Education Background

Dr. Kimuli is a Part-time Lecturer in the Department of Mathematics. He holds a PhD in Mathematics, Master of Science in Mathematics and a Bachelor of Science in Education – all of Makerere University.

He boasts of vast working experience as a teacher/trainer/facilitator of Mathematics in different capacities and as a researcher. He has facilitated in Bio-mathematics at the African Institute for Strategic Services and Development (AFRISA) under the College of Veterinary Medicine, Animal Resources & Biosecurity, Makerere University (2014 – 2019); lectured at Bugema University (2016 – 2018 ) and taught mathematics at Taibah International School (2009 – 2013). Currently, he is a Trainer/Facilitator in Algebra and Number theory at the Uganda Mathematical Society (2017 – to date).

Dr. Kimuli has been at the centre of several developments in the Department of Mathematics including (but not limited to) teaching both graduate and undergraduate students; curriculum reviews and developments for BSc. (Education) mathematics component, BSc. Statistics and MSc. Mathematics programs.

He has also participated in over twenty International Summer Schools on Pure and Computational Mathematics plus a number of Seminars, Colloquia, and Invited Talks. In July 2016, he won the best East African University Mathematics Program (EAUMP) Summer School Project on Dedekind Rings (held at the University of Rwanda).

He is an active member of the Eastern Africa Algebra Research Group (EAALG) and the Uganda Mathematical Society (UMS).

Research interests

His research is mainly in Algebra: Rings and Module theory, Near-ring theory, Radical theory, Torsion theory, Path algebras, Local Cohomology and Cousin Complexes. He also has interest in Algebraic Geometry and Applied Graph Theory.

Current Research Projects

Selected ongoing Research Projects include:

(a) The theory of reduced modules,
(b) Modules with reduced endomorphism rings.

Other Skills

(a) Computer Skills in

(i) (Intermediate) Matlab, Latex, Sage, PARI, Mathematica;
(ii) (Miscellaneous) Windows, Office, Ubuntu Desktop.


[Peer reviewed]
Bamunoba, A. S., Kimuli, P. I., & Ssevviiri, D. (2020). Morphic Elements in Regular Near-rings. Kyungpook Mathematical Journal, 60(4), 839-851.

Kimuli, P. I., & Ssevviiri, D. (2022). Weakly-morphic modules. Rendiconti del Circolo Matematico di Palermo Series 2, 1-16.

Community Engagements

(i) Trainer in Algebra and Number theory at Uganda Mathematical Society (2018 – to date)

(ii) Coordinator of the Uganda Mathematical Society (UMS) in the greater Luwero and Luwero district. (2017 – to date)

Upcoming Events

Looking forward to persue aPhd in mathematics.


Tel: +256-703617534 /+256-784282300