Dr. Tina Dzigbordi Wemegah

Dr. Tina Dzigbordi Wemegah

Head of Department, Civil Engineering

Dr. Tina Dzigbordi Wemegah started her teaching career as a lecturer, Department of Civil Engineering, Accra Technical University, from 2008 to 2015 and currently she is Senior Lecturer, Department of Civil Engineering, Accra Technical University.  She obtained her PhD (2018) from Wuhan University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, China in Traffic and Transportation Engineering. She also holds Masters certificate in Geoinformation Science and Earth Observation, ITC, from Enschede, Netherlands (2002) and BSc. Geodetic Engineering, from KNUST, Kumasi (2000). 

She has been a supervisor of one (1) MSc student in the field of Civil Engineering and also under her direct supervision, eighty-five (85) undergraduate students have successfully completed their project. Dr. Wemegah, as part of her outreach programmes, has served on Government Boards and partook in consultancy services.

She is passionate about the application of organisational behaviour and psychological concepts to national development, human capital development, corporate governance, and individual dimensions of work-life and the leveraging of organisational structures, cultures and processes for institutional growth and efficiency


1. Tina Wemegah and Charles Atombo, (2020) ” Geographical Information System in Transportation (GIS-T) and Big Data Analysis, an Overview, Benefits and Challenges of Increasing Number of Private Taxi Services”, International Federation of Surveyors, FIG Working week 2020 – Conference on Smart surveyors for land and water management, https://www.fig.net/resources/proceedings/fig_proceedings/fig2020/papers/ts06e/TS06E_wemegah_atombo_10315_abs.pdf

2. Wemegah TD, Zhu S, Yeboah G, Atombo C (2018) “Explorative analysis of vehicular movement patterns using RFID-based transport data: An eulerian perspective”. Advances in Transportation Studies 44:47-62. Doi: 10.4399/97888255143464.

3. D. Wemegah and S. Zhu, “Big data challenges in transportation: A case study of traffic volume count from massive Radio Frequency Identification(RFID) data,” in 2017 International Conference on the Frontiers and Advances in Data Science (FADS), 2017, pp. 58-63.DOI: 10.1109/FADS.2017.8253194 (published in IEEEXplore, http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8253194/

4. Atombo, C. Wu, H. Zhang, and T. D. Wemegah, “Perceived enjoyment, concentration, intention, and speed violation behaviour: Using flow theory and theory of planned behaviour,” Traffic Injury Prevention, vol. 18, pp. 694-702, 2017/10/03 2017.

5. Wemegah TD, Zhu S, Atombo C. Modeling the effect of days and road type on-peak period travels using structural equation modelling and big data from radio frequency identification for private cars and taxis[J]. European Transport Research Review, 2018,10(2): 39.

6. Accuracy Checks in the Production of Orthophotos ((Journal of Environment and Earth Science), iiste.org, ISSN 2224-3216 (paper) ISSN 2225-0948 (online). Vol 3, No.12, 2013.

7. Crime Mapping and Analysis in the Dansoman Police Subdivision, Accra, Ghana- A Geographic Information System Approach. ( Journal of Environment and Earth Science) www.iiste.org, ISSN 2224-3216 (Paper) ISSN 2225-0948 (Online) Vol.4, No.20, 2014

8. Land Grabbing in the Oil and Gas Regions of Ghana– Emerging Problems and Challenges ( Presented at the International Federation of Surveyors (FIG) Congress, Kula Lumpur, Malaysia 16th to 21st June 2014 )

9. GNSS Supported Survey and Open Source Web GIS for Forest Inventory and Its Management(Presented at the International Federation of Surveyors (FIG) Congress, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 16th to 21st June 2014 )

10. Optimizing the workflow in a hybrid production system of Analytical and Digital photogrammetry (Conference Paper, ISPRS,5th International Symposium Spatial Data Quality 2007, ITC, Enschede, The Netherlands, ISPRS Archives – Volume XXXVI-2/C43, 2007)