MJASI (The Malawi Journal of Applied Sciences and Innovation) is an international biannual peer review open access full publication of The Faculty of Applied Sciences at the Polytechnic - University of Malawi. MJASI publishes original research and review articles on various aspects of Applied Sciences.

Aims and Scope

MJASI's policy is to disseminate, as widely as possible, well written, high quality articles on findings of applied scientific research, in such subject areas as Applied Biology, Applied Physics, Artificial Intelligence, Biochemistry, Built Environment, Information and Communication Technologies, Community Health, Computer Science, Ecology, Energy, Engineering, Entomology, Environment, Epidemiology, E-Services, Food Safety & Hygiene, Food Technology, Grid Computing, Infectious Diseases, Information Systems, Mathematics & Statistics, Microbiology, Nanotechnology, Nutrition, Occupational Health and Safety, Robotics, Telecommunications, Water Supply and Sanitation, Web Technology.

The journal is accredited by the University of Malawi. All submissions to MJASI are peer reviewed using the set criteria of relevance, quality, importance, originality, clarity and adherence to the journal's aims and scope.

Chief Editor

Journal Editor in Chief

Harold Mapoma, PhD

Faculty of Applied Sciences
University of Malawi, The Polytechnic
P/Bag 303,
Blantyre 3, Malawi.
Telephone: +265 1 870 411
Fax: +265 1 870 578
Email: mjasi@poly.ac.mw
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The Editors
  • Editor in Chief
    Harold Mapoma,PhD
  • Managing Editor
    Save Kumwenda,PhD
  • Editor
    Chikumbusko Chiziwa Kaonga,PhD
  • Editor
    Ishmael Bobby Mphangwe Kosamu,PhD
  • Editor
    Edward Chikhwenda,PhD
  • Editor
    Wales Utembe,PhD
  • Editor
    Christabel Kambala,PhD
  • Editor
    Mphatso Kamndaya,PhD
  • Editor
    Faidess Mwale,PhD
  • Editor
    Deliwe Lakudzala,PhD
  • Editor
    Mary Kamwaza,PhD
  • Editor
    John Mwaonanji,Msc
  • Editor
    Umali Leonard,Msc
  • Editorial Assistant
    Lameck Gausi
  • Editorial Assistant
    Fabiano Thulu