Lecturer, Dar Es Salaam University College Of Education

Lappeenranta University of Technology – Finland Ph.D. (Science) (2014)


  • Linear Algebra
  • Ordinary differential equation
  • Numerical analysis
  • Partial differential equation
  • Mathematical Statistics
  • Abstract algebra
  • Linear Programming
  • Functions of single and Several Variables
  • Complex Analysis
  • Optimal Control Methods
  • Dynamical systems


Mathematical Epidemiology: - modeling the dynamics and effects of diseases such as; HIV/AIDS, Malaria, TB,  Banana Wilt, Newcastle, Brucellosis, and Schistosomiasis. I also have great interests in modeling within-host disease dynamics. Furthermore, I have interest in the application of Optimal control approach to disease models. My research interest also extends to the applications of Bayesian Methodology to disease models.


  • Open Source Software and Web-based Technologies to Enhance Early Grade Teaching and Learning. Funding: DUCE Competitive Research and Innovation Grants – 2020. Duration: 1 year (January – December 2021). Researchers: Dr. Elimboto Yohana, Dr. Gasper Mwanga, Dr. Zubeda Musa, Dr. Florene Kyaruzi and Mr Ambokile Okey.
  • Gasper G Mwanga Participate as Secondary Proposer of the European COST project titled:  Investigating Avant-garde Mosquito Repellent Nano-technologies as Control Measures for Mosquito Transmitted Disease. The COST Action CA 16227 (IMAAC) is supported by the EU Framework Programme Horizon 2020.


  • Ongodia, E., & Mwanga, G. G. (2020). Modelling Optimal Control of Heavy Alcohol Consumption on the Transmission Dynamics of HIV/AIDS. Journal of Education, Humanities and Sciences (JEHS), 9(2).
  • Chuma, F. M., & Mwanga, G. G. (2020). Bifurcation Analysis of Newcastle Disease Eco-epidemiological Model in the Presence of Vaccination: A Case of the Backyard Chicken. Journal of Education, Humanities and Sciences (JEHS), 9(2).
  • Lambura, A. G., Mwanga, G. G., Luboobi, L., & Kuznetsov, D. (2020). Mathematical model for optimal control of soil-transmitted helminth infection. Computational and mathematical methods in medicine, 2020.
  • Lambura, A. G., Mwanga, G. G., Luboobi, L., & Kuznetsov, D. (2020). Modeling the Effects of Helminth Infection on the Transmission Dynamics of Mycobacterium tuberculosis under Optimal Control Strategies. Computational and mathematical methods in medicine, 2020.
  • F.M Chuma, Gasper G. Mwanga, Stability analysis of Newcastle disease transmission model in village chicken.  I.J.Mathematical Sciences and Computing, 2019, 2, 1-18
  • F Chuma., Mwanga, G. G., & Masanja, V. G. Application of Optimal Control Theory to Newcastle Disease Dynamics in Village Chicken by Considering Wild Birds as Reservoir of Disease Virus. Journal of Applied Mathematics, 2019.
  • Furaha, C., Gasper, G.,& Damian, K. Modeling the Role of Wild Birds and Environment in the dynamics of Newcastle Disease in Village Chicken. Asian Journal of Mathematics and applications. Volume 2018.
  • Tonny Kinene, Livingstone S. Luboobi, Betty Nannyonga, Gasper G. Mwanga, A mathematical model for the dynamics and cost effectiveness of the current controls of cassava brown streak disease in Uganda, Journal of Mathematical and Computational Science, Vol 5, No 4 (2015), 567-600.
  • B. K. Nannyonga, G.G Mwanga, and L.S. Luboobi (2015). An optimal control problem for ovine brucellosis with culling.  Journal of biological dynamics, 9(1), 198-214.
  • Gasper G. Mwanga, Heikki Haario  andVicenzoCapasso (2015). Optimal control problems of   epidemic systems with parameter uncertainties: Application to a two-age-classes transmission model for malaria transmission with asymptomatic carriers. Mathematical Biosciences, 261, 1-12
  • Mwanga, G. G. (2014). Mathematical modeling and optimal control of malaria. PhD. Thesis, Lappeenranta University of technology, Finland.
  • Gasper G Mwanga, Betty K. Nannyonga and Heikki Haario (2014) Optimal control of malaria  model with drug resistance in presence of parameter uncertainty. Applied Mathematical  Sciences,   Vol. 8, (55), 2701 – 2730.
  • Betty Nannyonga, Gasper G Mwanga, Heikki Haario, Isambi S Mbalawata and MattiHeilio (2014). Determining parameter distribution in within-host severe Plasmodium  falciparum malaria.  Biosystems, 126, 76-84
  • Gasper G. Mwanga and Heikki Haario. Optimal control of two age structured malaria model with model parameter uncertainty. Submitted to 11th World Congress on Computational Mechanics (2014).
  • Gasper G Mwanga, Betty K. Nannyonga and Heikki Haario (2012): Spread of  Antimalarial  Drug Resistance in a Population with Superinfection, Applied  Mathematical Sciences, Vol. 6,  (118), 5877 – 5900.
  • Gasper G Mwanga, 2007. Dynamical models of acute HIV infection: application to interpretation of seronegativity. M. Sc. Dissertation, University of the Witwatersrand.