Ms Ijeoma Noella Ezeji

Position: Lecturer
Phone: +27 35 902 6085
Email: ezejii (at)
Building &Room: D-block office 109


Mrs Ijeoma Noella Ezeji is a lecturer at the Department of Computer Science. She holds an MSc Computer Science degree from the University of Zululand and is currently working towards her PhD. She co-ordinates the honours Computer science programme and is the leader of the Context Awareness and Personalization research group.

She currently lectures Data Structures and Algorithms and Distributed Systems Development respectively at undergraduate level and Advanced Software and Distributed Computing Techniques at Honours Post graduate level. Previously, she had taught Databases and Information Management II.  At some point as part-time Lecturer in the Department of Library and Information Studies in the Faculty of Arts, she had taught modules such as Computer Literacy, Computer Mediated Communication, Electronic Publishing, Assembling and upgrading of computers, Networks and networking. In addition, she has consistently volunteered to teach the Database section of the module; Information Retrieval, Indexing and Abstracts in the Department of Information studies.

Mrs Ezeji is also a member of the Telkom Centre of Excellence for mobile e-services.

Lecture’s the following modules:

Data Structures and Algorithm (4CPS501) 

Distributed Systems Development  (4CPS312 ) 

Advanced Software and Distributed Computing Techniques (4CPS501) —A

a BSc Hons, U Calabar (Nigeria), MSc (UNIZULU)

Research interests: 
Her interests revolve around Cloud Computing with a special interest on Mobile Cloud Computing, the cloudlet, small data, personalization and smart healthcare. An extension to my research is as it pertains to Scholarship of Teaching and Learning(SOTL) is on Inclusive education.

List of  Recent Publications

  • Sphelele C. Fakude, Ijeoma Noella Mba, Alaba Akingbesote,and Matthew Adigun (2016). “Cache Pre-fetching Mechanism For Data Availability Provisioning In Ad-Hoc Mobile Cloud” Proceedings of Southern Africa Telecommunication Networks and Applications Conference (SATNAC) 2016: 4-7 September 2016, Fancourt, George.
  • Siphelele C. Fakude, Ijeoma Mba, Olukayode Oki, Matthew O. Adigun (2015) “On Supporting Disconnected Operation in Ad hoc Mobile Cloud Computing” Proceedings of Southern Africa Telecommunication Networks and Applications Conference (SATNAC) 2015: 6 – 9 September 2015, Arabella, Hermanus, Western Cape, South Africa. 
  • Ayotuyi T. Akinola, Matthew O. Adigun, Alaba O. Akingbesote and Ijeoma N. Mba (2015) “Optimal service selection in Ad-Hoc mobile market based on multi-dynamic decision algorithms” 2015 World Symposium on Computer Networks and Information Security (WSCNIS) Pages: 1 – 6, DOI: 10.1109/WSCNIS.2015.7368303
  • Ijeoma Noella Mba and Matthew O Adigun (2011). “Comparative Study of Web Services Platforms in a GUISET environment” Proceedings of Southern Africa Telecommunication Networks and Applications Conference (SATNAC) 2011: 4-7 September 2011, East London Convention Centre, East London