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Sir Ahmadu Bello
Sir Ahmadu Bello (1910–1966)


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110 Departments

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22 Research Patent

Featured Staff

Good greetings to you; I am Professor MB Mu’azu, Professor specialising in Computational Intelligence at the Computer Engineering Department of ABU Zaria.
This area falls under one of the thematic areas in the Department that focuses on “any science-supported approaches and technologies for analyzing, creating, and developing intelligent systems” We work with several nature-inspired computing techniques and have indeed developed our own unique one. We invite you to join us on this journey exploring use of nature to solve computational problems and indeed into the world of computational thinking.
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