Dr Onesmus Maweu, BSc (Panjab), MSc (Allahabad), PhD (Egerton).Senior Lecturer, Department of Physical sciences. Specialization area is Experimental Physics. Has over 20 years’ working experience in higher education.
- Elemental Analysis of 238U, 234TH and 40K and measurement of Radiations in soils due to FertilizerUsage: A case study in farms in Kitui Central Sub county.
- Measurement of Medical Radiations Dose in two representative public hospitals in Kitui.
- PhD – Egerton University (2006)
- M.Sc – Allahabad Unversity (1987)
- B.Sc – Panjab University (1985)
Research, Scholarly, Professional and Scientific Activities
- Mang’are, P. A., Maweu, O. M., Ndiritu, F. G. and Vulule, J. M, (2015). Investigation into 35Khz-60khz frequency range of the naturally generated ultrasound of the African Bat, C.Afra, eliciting optimal evasive response in the African A. gambiae S.S. American research Journal of Physics. Vol. 1, Issue 1 : 9-25
- Mang’are, P. A., Maweu, O. M., Ndiritu, F. G. and Vulule, J. M, (2015). Analysis of the 35 Khz-60Khz Ultrasound of O. Tormota Evolking optimal Startle response in the African A. Gambiae S.S. International Journal of Advanced Research in Physical sciences.Vol.2. Issue. 2: 1-17
- Gwaro J.O, Maweu O.M, Kirui M.S.K. (February, 2014). Factors affecting signal quality in single mode optical fiber ISBN-978-3659522673. (LAP Lambert Academic Publishing GmBH & Co. KG, Germany)
- Mang’are, P. A., Maweu, O. M., Ndiritu, F. G. and Vulule, J. M, (2013). The combined Predator Ultrasound acoustic startle response in the Female A. gambiae. International Journal of Biophysics 3(1): 15-25
- Mang’are, P. A., Maweu, O. M., Ndiritu, F. G. and Vulule, J. M, (2012). Comparative study of the transmission parameters of the sound of mosquito predators and EMR, International Journal of Biophysics 2(4): 53-67.
- Mang’are, P. A., Maweu, O. M., Ndiritu, F. G. and Vulule, J. M, (2012). The Startling Effect of the Sound of C. afra and A. tormotus on the Female A. gambiae. International Journal of Biophysics 2(3): 40-52.
- Maweu O. M., Muia L. M., Deng A. L. (2011). Transmission Parameters of an Audio-Rate Frequency Modulated Sound of a Female Mosquito. Rom. J. Biophys. Vol. 21, No.4, p 297-302. Bucharest.
- Chombah J.M, Gwaro J.O, Maweu O.M, Kirui M.S.K, Nyaaga D.M. (2011). Coefficient of optical signal in multi-mode (Graded. Index) 50/125μm cable at common frequency. International journal of physical Sciences. Vol 3, No. 1 (1-7)
- Gwaro J.O, Maweu O.M, Kirui M.S.K. (2010). Attenuation Losses Due to Changes in Curvature, Temperature, and Pressure in Optical Fiber Cables. Indonesian Journal of Physics, Vol.21 No.4 (93-99)
- Maweu O.M, (Oct, 2010). Reactive near field analysis of mosquito sound- ISBN-978-3-8383-1568-3 (LAP Lambert Academic Publishing GmBH & Co. KG, Germany)
- Maweu O.M, Muia L.M, (July, 2010). Introduction to Electronics – ISBN-9966-05-694-7 (Egerton University Press)
- Maweu O.M, (2009). Basic Computer Organization, Design and Interfacing –ISBN-9966-05-272-0 (Egerton University Press)
- Maweu O. M, Deng A. L. Muia L. M. (2009). A comparative study of anopheles gambiae male mosquito’s response to frequency modulated [FM] and pulse Modulated [PM] waves at different acoustic frequencies and distances. Indonesian Journal of Physics, Vol.20 No.4. (81-84)
- Gwaro J.O, Maweu O.M, Kirui M.S.K. (2009). The effect of pressure on the quality of the output signal generated by Laser on single mode optical Fiber. International Journal of Engineering Science. Vol 1 No.2 (31-34).
- Maweu O. M, Deng A. L. Muia L. M. Modeling and Synthesis of a male Mosquito antenna using the log- periodic array ( LPDA) method.( Submitted to the Romanian Journal of BioPhysics)
- Maweu O.M, Elements of Digital Electronics ( in press)
- Maweu O. M, Deng A. L. Muia L. M . Modeling and Synthesis of a male mosquito antenna using the log-periodic array (LPDA) method. Egerton research week- 16-18 Sept-2008
- Maweu O. M, Analysis of Acoustic Transmission parameters of simple Chowning FM waves of a female mosquito using an Helmhotz resonator model. Egerton research week- 17-21 July 2006