Inkindi Mutoni Sabine

STEM Subject Lead, University of Rwanda
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About Inkindi Mutoni Sabine

I am a graduand of Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering at the University of Rwanda. I am also the STEM Subject Lead. My Laidlaw research project is about bringing a system that could help in minimizing the number of high-school and primary students who bring cell phones at school since it's one of the major sources of distraction. I am very interested in IoT (Internet of Things) related fields. I enjoy challenging myself because it always helps me to step out of my comfort zone. 

I am a/an:

Undergraduate Scholar

Area of Expertise

Engineering Technology

Research Topic

Engineering Technology

Laidlaw Cohort Year

2019

University

Rwanda University

I am from:

Rwanda

I speak:

English Kinyarwanda

My hobbies/interests are:

Meditation

I am open to participating in mentoring/buddy programmes

Yes

Intro Content

Blog Technology

Reflection On Research Journey

My supervisor told me, "Don't skip any step!"

Influencer Of

Topics

Channels contributed to:

Leadership STEM Scholars' Stories Research

Rooms participated in:

University of Rwanda re_action for education STEM

Recent Conversations

Recent Comments

Replying to Fatima Formuli

Great tips for group work! I think this will be me when I'm doing my thesis next year 😅

So glad you found them helpful! Good luck Fati!!

Hi Mary! such amazing reflections, can't wait to hear more about your project... & get to read your detailed report:)

Replying to Inkindi Mutoni Sabine

Hi Jess! I am enjoying reading your progress! Like in week 2, you have been able to put into practice your new coding skills, THIS is huge!! And also it's so great that you keep the energy: being positive:) Can't wait to hear more!

Aww! Thanks, Jess:)

Replying to Inkindi Mutoni Sabine

Hey, Edwards, thanks for sharing your research reflections:) Didn't it happen to you that when you realized that you first had to understand the existing materials brought you back and maybe slowed down your research? I mean I also had the same experience when I started my Laidlaw research: I thought that I was going to follow a straight path, read new materials and then implement my project. But, I noticed that it was very necessary to first understand the materials I was given in class before adding more and this somehow slowed down the process and implementation of my project (which made me think that I am not doing the right thing)... How did you just manage to first understand the existing materials and believe that it's what you should first do?

Yeah, I understand. That's so helpful.

Hey, Edwards, thanks for sharing your research reflections:) Didn't it happen to you that when you realized that you first had to understand the existing materials brought you back and maybe slowed down your research? I mean I also had the same experience when I started my Laidlaw research: I thought that I was going to follow a straight path, read new materials and then implement my project. But, I noticed that it was very necessary to first understand the materials I was given in class before adding more and this somehow slowed down the process and implementation of my project (which made me think that I am not doing the right thing)... How did you just manage to first understand the existing materials and believe that it's what you should first do?

Hi Hammad! What a great reflection! I enjoyed reading everything, thanks for sharing how you are constantly learning and how you are experiencing the positive change of mindset... This is so inspiring:)

Hi Ellen! Hope you recover soon and keep doing your project:) Are you still coding in ObserverXT?

Hi Jess! I am enjoying reading your progress! Like in week 2, you have been able to put into practice your new coding skills, THIS is huge!! And also it's so great that you keep the energy: being positive:) Can't wait to hear more!