Rinda Bauldwin Monie

Website Manager
+233 (0) 303 937 523
AFRICSIS, C/o Ghana Atomic Energy Commission, Accra, Ghana
Rinda Bauldwin Monie joined AFRICSIS as Website Manager in January 2014. He specializes in web programming, with a focus on cloud computing and Human Machine Interface (HMI) for supervisory control and data acquisition systems (SCADA) involving critical infrastructures. He has advanced working knowledge of data modeling, database design concepts, and web application engineering and debugging. He has website development skills and is proficient in MySQL, C++, C#, HTML, CSS, PHP and JavaScript. Rinda belongs to many professional organizations and participates in international conferences relevant to cyber security and issues regarding the safety of critical infrastructures. He is an organizing committee member of the inter-university PERSIK conference at the Department of Computer Systems and Network at Kharkiv Aviation Institute. Additionally, he is one of the founders of the International Safety and Security club in his present university. The club enhances knowledge sharing among aerospace, avionics and computer engineering students on critical infrastructure safety and security issues, including stuxnet cyber-attacks, Fukoshima nuclear accident analysis, and airplane crashes. Rinda attends and participates in many international scientific conferences and workshops, including the international Critical Infrastructure Safety and Security (CrISS-DESSERT’13) conference. He also presented an analysis on the future trends of information technology's impact on small modular reactors at the 2013 V International Scientific-Technical Conference in Kharkiv, Ukraine. Rinda is a second year graduate student studying Computer Engineering at New Mexico State University, USA. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Engineering from the Kharkiv Aviation Institute in Ukraine in 2015. He also received a Higher National Diploma (HND) in Thermal and Energetic Engineering from Cameroon’s Institute of Technology at the University of Ngoundere 2011.