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PROF. MALO J. OTIENO PROFILE

Joseph Otieno Malo

Title: Professor

Date of Birth: 14th. April 1941

Marital Status: Married with 2 children and Three Grandchildren

Address: P.O. Box 49056 Code 00100, Nairobi, Kenya

Mobile  254 20722 346  829      

Fax: 254 020 4449616

E-mail: ‘jomalo@uonbi.ac.ke, morfar2007@yahoo.com, farmor2007@hotmai.com

Publications


Submitted

OTIENO, PROFMALOJ.  Submitted.  A Review of Spectral Line Shapes and Widths in Plasmas.. Kenya Journal of Sciences.. : University of Nairobi Press Abstract
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OTIENO, PROFMALOJ.  Submitted.  Traditional Quantum Mechanics vs. Local Hidden vs, Local Hidden Variables. Nuovo Cimento. 8. : University of Nairobi Press Abstract
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OTIENO, PROFMALOJ.  Submitted.  On the Effect of an External Magnetic Field on Dynamical Properties of the OCP. In Three Dimension, Phys. Rev.. : University of Nairobi Press Abstract
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OTIENO, PROFMALOJ.  Submitted.  The effects of Intermolecular Interaction in Line Broadening Phenomena.. J. Molecular Physics.. : University of Nairobi Press Abstract
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2008

Maumba, GO, Monyonko NM, Malo JO.  2008.  The flatness problem as a natural cosmological phenomenon. Website

2005

OTIENO, PROFMALOJ.  2005.  Statistical thermodynamics for a System of Two-Dimensional Rigid Rotator.. AJST vol. 6. : University of Nairobi Press Abstract
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OTIENO, PROFMALOJ.  2005.  Kenya International Radio Observatory,. Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series p488 to 492. : University of Nairobi Press Abstract
OBJECTIVES. The purpose of this study was to identify health-care seeking and related behaviors relevant to controlling sexually transmitted diseases in Kenya. METHODS. A total of 380 patients with sexually transmitted diseases (n = 189 men and 191 women) at eight public clinics were questioned about their health-care seeking and sexual behaviors. RESULTS. Women waited longer than men to attend study clinics and were more likely to continue to have sex while symptomatic. A large proportion of patients had sought treatment previously in both the public and private sectors without relief of symptoms, resulting in delays in presenting to study clinics. For women, being married and giving a recent history of selling sex were both independently associated with continuing to have sex while symptomatic. CONCLUSIONS. Reducing the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases in Kenya will require improved access, particularly for women, to effective health services, preferably at the point of first contact with the health system. It is also critical to encourage people to reduce sexual activity while symptomatic, seek treatment promptly, and increase condom use.

1999

OTIENO, PROFMALOJ.  1999.  Construction of the Quantum Lagrangian Density in the Nonsymmetric Gravity Theory and Evaluation of Conserved Currents.. Journal Mathematical Physics. : University of Nairobi Press Abstract
OBJECTIVES. The purpose of this study was to identify health-care seeking and related behaviors relevant to controlling sexually transmitted diseases in Kenya. METHODS. A total of 380 patients with sexually transmitted diseases (n = 189 men and 191 women) at eight public clinics were questioned about their health-care seeking and sexual behaviors. RESULTS. Women waited longer than men to attend study clinics and were more likely to continue to have sex while symptomatic. A large proportion of patients had sought treatment previously in both the public and private sectors without relief of symptoms, resulting in delays in presenting to study clinics. For women, being married and giving a recent history of selling sex were both independently associated with continuing to have sex while symptomatic. CONCLUSIONS. Reducing the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases in Kenya will require improved access, particularly for women, to effective health services, preferably at the point of first contact with the health system. It is also critical to encourage people to reduce sexual activity while symptomatic, seek treatment promptly, and increase condom use.

1998

OTIENO, PROFMALOJ.  1998.  A composite Space-Time Curvature Model.. Modern Physics Letters Vol. 13 (1998) 677-683.. : University of Nairobi Press Abstract
OBJECTIVES. The purpose of this study was to identify health-care seeking and related behaviors relevant to controlling sexually transmitted diseases in Kenya. METHODS. A total of 380 patients with sexually transmitted diseases (n = 189 men and 191 women) at eight public clinics were questioned about their health-care seeking and sexual behaviors. RESULTS. Women waited longer than men to attend study clinics and were more likely to continue to have sex while symptomatic. A large proportion of patients had sought treatment previously in both the public and private sectors without relief of symptoms, resulting in delays in presenting to study clinics. For women, being married and giving a recent history of selling sex were both independently associated with continuing to have sex while symptomatic. CONCLUSIONS. Reducing the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases in Kenya will require improved access, particularly for women, to effective health services, preferably at the point of first contact with the health system. It is also critical to encourage people to reduce sexual activity while symptomatic, seek treatment promptly, and increase condom use.
BUERS, DRAWUORJOHN, OTIENO PROFMALOJ.  1998.  A Composite Spacetime Curvature Model. Mod Phys. Lett. A, Vol 13, No 9 (1998)677 - 683.. : University of Nairobi Press Abstract
OBJECTIVES. The purpose of this study was to identify health-care seeking and related behaviors relevant to controlling sexually transmitted diseases in Kenya. METHODS. A total of 380 patients with sexually transmitted diseases (n = 189 men and 191 women) at eight public clinics were questioned about their health-care seeking and sexual behaviors. RESULTS. Women waited longer than men to attend study clinics and were more likely to continue to have sex while symptomatic. A large proportion of patients had sought treatment previously in both the public and private sectors without relief of symptoms, resulting in delays in presenting to study clinics. For women, being married and giving a recent history of selling sex were both independently associated with continuing to have sex while symptomatic. CONCLUSIONS. Reducing the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases in Kenya will require improved access, particularly for women, to effective health services, preferably at the point of first contact with the health system. It is also critical to encourage people to reduce sexual activity while symptomatic, seek treatment promptly, and increase condom use.

1995

OTIENO, PROFMALOJ.  1995.  On the Coordinate, Energy and Angular Momentum Preparation of the Density Matrix.. African Journal of Science and Technology (AJST) Series B Vol. 7 No. 1 P73. : University of Nairobi Press Abstract
OBJECTIVES. The purpose of this study was to identify health-care seeking and related behaviors relevant to controlling sexually transmitted diseases in Kenya. METHODS. A total of 380 patients with sexually transmitted diseases (n = 189 men and 191 women) at eight public clinics were questioned about their health-care seeking and sexual behaviors. RESULTS. Women waited longer than men to attend study clinics and were more likely to continue to have sex while symptomatic. A large proportion of patients had sought treatment previously in both the public and private sectors without relief of symptoms, resulting in delays in presenting to study clinics. For women, being married and giving a recent history of selling sex were both independently associated with continuing to have sex while symptomatic. CONCLUSIONS. Reducing the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases in Kenya will require improved access, particularly for women, to effective health services, preferably at the point of first contact with the health system. It is also critical to encourage people to reduce sexual activity while symptomatic, seek treatment promptly, and increase condom use.
OTIENO, PROFMALOJ.  1995.  Statistical Thermodynamics of a Two-Electron System.. African Journal of Science and Technology (AJST) Series B Vol. 7, P65 No.2. : University of Nairobi Press Abstract
OBJECTIVES. The purpose of this study was to identify health-care seeking and related behaviors relevant to controlling sexually transmitted diseases in Kenya. METHODS. A total of 380 patients with sexually transmitted diseases (n = 189 men and 191 women) at eight public clinics were questioned about their health-care seeking and sexual behaviors. RESULTS. Women waited longer than men to attend study clinics and were more likely to continue to have sex while symptomatic. A large proportion of patients had sought treatment previously in both the public and private sectors without relief of symptoms, resulting in delays in presenting to study clinics. For women, being married and giving a recent history of selling sex were both independently associated with continuing to have sex while symptomatic. CONCLUSIONS. Reducing the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases in Kenya will require improved access, particularly for women, to effective health services, preferably at the point of first contact with the health system. It is also critical to encourage people to reduce sexual activity while symptomatic, seek treatment promptly, and increase condom use.

1994

1991

1985

OTIENO, PROFMALOJ.  1985.  Molecular Structure Calculations Based on Many Body Scattering Theory II.. Proc.International Colloquium on Group Theoretical Methods in Physics.. : University of Nairobi Press Abstract
OBJECTIVES. The purpose of this study was to identify health-care seeking and related behaviors relevant to controlling sexually transmitted diseases in Kenya. METHODS. A total of 380 patients with sexually transmitted diseases (n = 189 men and 191 women) at eight public clinics were questioned about their health-care seeking and sexual behaviors. RESULTS. Women waited longer than men to attend study clinics and were more likely to continue to have sex while symptomatic. A large proportion of patients had sought treatment previously in both the public and private sectors without relief of symptoms, resulting in delays in presenting to study clinics. For women, being married and giving a recent history of selling sex were both independently associated with continuing to have sex while symptomatic. CONCLUSIONS. Reducing the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases in Kenya will require improved access, particularly for women, to effective health services, preferably at the point of first contact with the health system. It is also critical to encourage people to reduce sexual activity while symptomatic, seek treatment promptly, and increase condom use.

1979

OTIENO, PROFMALOJ.  1979.  An attempt to separate Long and Short Range forces by Gaussian Method.. J. Math. Phys. 20, 878. : University of Nairobi Press Abstract
OBJECTIVES. The purpose of this study was to identify health-care seeking and related behaviors relevant to controlling sexually transmitted diseases in Kenya. METHODS. A total of 380 patients with sexually transmitted diseases (n = 189 men and 191 women) at eight public clinics were questioned about their health-care seeking and sexual behaviors. RESULTS. Women waited longer than men to attend study clinics and were more likely to continue to have sex while symptomatic. A large proportion of patients had sought treatment previously in both the public and private sectors without relief of symptoms, resulting in delays in presenting to study clinics. For women, being married and giving a recent history of selling sex were both independently associated with continuing to have sex while symptomatic. CONCLUSIONS. Reducing the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases in Kenya will require improved access, particularly for women, to effective health services, preferably at the point of first contact with the health system. It is also critical to encourage people to reduce sexual activity while symptomatic, seek treatment promptly, and increase condom use.
OTIENO, PROFMALOJ.  1979.  The Study of the Influence of Stochastic Sources in Botzmann Kinetic Equation. Nuovo Cimento 35B, 1,. : University of Nairobi Press Abstract
OBJECTIVES. The purpose of this study was to identify health-care seeking and related behaviors relevant to controlling sexually transmitted diseases in Kenya. METHODS. A total of 380 patients with sexually transmitted diseases (n = 189 men and 191 women) at eight public clinics were questioned about their health-care seeking and sexual behaviors. RESULTS. Women waited longer than men to attend study clinics and were more likely to continue to have sex while symptomatic. A large proportion of patients had sought treatment previously in both the public and private sectors without relief of symptoms, resulting in delays in presenting to study clinics. For women, being married and giving a recent history of selling sex were both independently associated with continuing to have sex while symptomatic. CONCLUSIONS. Reducing the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases in Kenya will require improved access, particularly for women, to effective health services, preferably at the point of first contact with the health system. It is also critical to encourage people to reduce sexual activity while symptomatic, seek treatment promptly, and increase condom use.

1978

OTIENO, PROFMALOJ.  1978.  Application of Many Body Scattering Theory to Molecular Structure Calculations. 1.. Proc. International Symposium on Atomic, Molecular and Solid State Theory,. : University of Nairobi Press Abstract
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1977

OTIENO, PROFMALOJ.  1977.  On the Conventional Approaches to the BBGKY hierarchy.. Proc. Colloquia on Mathematical Physics,. : University of Nairobi Press Abstract
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OTIENO, PROFMALOJ.  1977.  The Quantum Theory Non-Relativistic Adiabatic Charged Particle Motion.. Pres. NATO Advanced Study Institute on Strongly Couple Plasma .. : University of Nairobi Press Abstract
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1976

OTIENO, PROFMALOJ.  1976.  On the Solution of Fokker . Nuovo Cimento 35B, 1,. : University of Nairobi Press Abstract
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OTIENO, PROFMALOJ.  1976.  Saturation Effects of Collision Broadened Rotational Lines. J. Chem. Phy. 65, 945,. : University of Nairobi Press Abstract
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OTIENO, PROFMALOJ.  1976.  Two relaxation Time Model for Orientational Motion of Molecules in a Gas Reservoir. J. Chem. Phy. 64, 2212. : University of Nairobi Press Abstract
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OTIENO, PROFMALOJ.  1976.  Statistical Thermodynamics of a Two Spin System.. Pres. International Symposium on Atomic, Molecular and Solid State Theory,. : University of Nairobi Press Abstract
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1974

Malo, O.  1974.  On a Certain Transformation of Boltzmann Equation. AbstractOn a Certain Transformation of Boltzmann Equation

An identical transformation of the Boltzmann equation leads directly to an equation of a purely stochastic process. A simple special case is obtained from the well-known formulae of neutron physics on the transition probabilities in velocity space representing the process of slowing down a neutron inside a stationary nucleus.

OTIENO, PROFMALOJ.  1974.  The Quantum Theory of Three Dimensional Rigid Rotator. Nuovo Cimento 21B, 162,. : University of Nairobi Press Abstract
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OTIENO, PROFMALOJ.  1974.  Quantum Statistical Response Function,. Nuovo Cimento 21B, 178. : University of Nairobi Press Abstract
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1973

OTIENO, PROFMALOJ.  1973.  On the Classical Partition Function by Gaussian Method.. Pres. International Conference in Theoretical Physics,. : University of Nairobi Press Abstract
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OTIENO, PROFMALOJ.  1973.  Order . Pres. International Conference in Theoretical Physics.. : University of Nairobi Press Abstract
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1972

OTIENO, PROFMALOJ.  1972.  Quantum theory of pressure broadening of rotational spectrum by three-dimensional rigid rotator, Ph.D. thesis.. University Microfilms . : University of Nairobi Press Abstract
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OTIENO, PROFMALOJ.  1972.  Collision Broadening of Rotational Spectrum. J. Chem. Phys. 57, 2229. : University of Nairobi Press Abstract
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1970

OTIENO, PROFMALOJ.  1970.  Transport Phenomenon in Strong Magnetic and Electric Field. Pres.. The winter College on the Theory of Imperfect Crystalline Solids,. : University of Nairobi Press Abstract
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