akinsanmi

Professor

Olaitan Akinsanmi

He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (BEng, 1997) degree from the University of Ado-Ekiti, Master of Science (MSc, 2005) degree and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD, 2012) degree from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria.      

Professionally, Engr. Dr. Akinsanmi is a registered Engineer with the Council for The Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN), Professional Member, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), and Corporate Member of The Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), Associate Member, The Nigerian Institute for Biomedical Engineering (NIBE), Fellow of the Nigerian Institute of Natural Resources and Human Development, Associate Member: Nigerian Institute of Management Chartered (NIM), and National Association of Educational Managers and Planners (MNAEMP) among others.                       

Dr. Akinsanmi is a recipient of Award of The Pillar of Nation Builder in the Academics from The Nigerian Strategic Institute for Natural Resources and Human Development in 2013

 He has acquired over Seventeen year of research and development with different organizations and over 15 years of effective teaching and administrative experience at the University level. He is a specialist in Computational Electromagnetics, Neural Network Soft Computing in Artificial Intelligence and Reliability of Engineering systems.

Dr. Akinsanmi has several published journals at both national and international level. The following are some of his publications to mention a few:

Publications/Articles

In  Peer Reviewed Journals

1.Emmanuel Okafor, M.B. Mu’azu and Akinsanmi O. (2014) “Modeling and Linearization of a Modified RC Based Micro-Coaxial Helicopter Using Small Perturbation Technique”, Zaria Journal of Electrical Engineering Technology, Ahmadu Bello University Zaria Vol.2, pp13-19.

2.Akinsanmi O., Ekundayo K.R. and Okorie P.U. (2013) “Reliability Assessment of Electronic System: A case study of Nokia N1650 Mobile Phone charger in Zaria, Nigeria”, Journal of Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 824, pp.170-177, Trans Tech Publications Switzerland, doi:10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.824.170

3.Uwaechia A.N. and Akinsanmi O. (2013), “Reliability Assessment on the Performance Model of Ahmadu Bello University Data Network Repositories for Storage Area Network Design”, International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology, Indian, July 2013, Vol. 2, Issue 7,pp .3311 – 3315, ISSN: 2319-8753, www.ijirset.com

4.Akinsanmi O. and Ekundayo K.R(2013);“Neural Network based Electrostatic Fields Distribution Modeling for Harmattan Season in Zaria, Nigeria”, International Journal of Computer Applications, Vol. 76 (10), pp. 39-45, doi: 10.5120/13287-0891, August 2013,ISBN:973-93-80877-40-8,Published by Foundation of Computer Science, New York, USA.http://www.ijcaonline.org/archives/volume76/number10/13287-0891.

5.Akinsanmi O. (2013);“Neural Network based Modeling of Electrostatic Fields Distribution Pattern in Non-Harmattan Season in Zaria, Nigeria”, Nigerian Journal of Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, Kaduna-State, Vol. 20, No. 1, Pp. 6-10,   Sept., 2013, ISSN:0794 - 4756

6.Akinsanmi O., Ajayi S.T., and Ekundayo K.R., (2013) “D.C Motor Speed Controller with a Digital Tachometer”, Zaria Journal of Electrical Engineering Technology, Ahmadu Bello University Zaria Vol.2, pp13-19.

7.Akinsanmi O, Adegboye B.A. Olarinoye G.A. and Soroyewun M.(2011) “Neuro-Fuzzy Based Modeling of Electrostatic Fields for Harmattan Season in Zaria”, International Journal of Engineering Research in Africa, Switzerland, Vol. 4, pp. 75-85,ISSN: 1663-3571 www.scientific.net/JERA.4.75

8.Akinsanmi O., Bajoga B.G., Abdoulie M.S.T., Abdullahi S.Y. (2011), “Neuro-Fuzzy Based Modeling of Electrostatic Fields for Non-Harmattan Season in Zaria”, Journal of Emerging Trends in Engineering and Applied Sciences (JETEAS), Dept of Computer and Communication Engineering University of Greenwich, United Kingdom, Vol. 2 (2), pp. 45-251, http://www.jeteas.scholarlinkresearch.org

9.Akinsanmi O. Agbaji O.T.R. and Soroyewun M.B. (2010), “Development of an E-Assessment Platform for Nigerian Universities” ResearchJournal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, Birmingham, small Health, UK Vol. 2 (2), pp.170-175, http://www.maxwellsci.com

10.Akinsanmi O., Olarinoye G.A. (2010) “Modeling of Electrostatic Fields for Non-Harmattan season in Northern Nigeria” Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, Pakistan, Vol. 4(8), pp. 3190-3201.

11.Akinsanmi, O, Dajab D.D. and Adegboye B.A. (2010) “Modeling of Electrostatic Fields For Harmattan Season in Northern Nigeria”, Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering & Technology, Vol. 2(1), pp. 93-101, http://www.maxwellsci.com

12.Akinsanmi O., Sha’aban Y., Ayo B.S (2009) ‘’Reliability Assessment of an Electronic Accessory: A Case Study of a Nokia 2610 Mobile Phone Charger in Nigeria’’, Journal of Applied Science Research, Pakistan, Vol. 5(12), pp.2357 – 2361, http://www.insinet.net

13.Akinsanmi O.(2009) ‘’Determination of the Comparative Reliability of a Nokia 1200 Mobile Phone Charger’’ Journal of Applied Science Research, Pakistan, Vol. 5(11), pp. 1992 – 1997, http://www.insinet.net

14.Akinsanmi O.(2009) ‘’Assessing the Reliability of a Universal Mosbile Charger in Nigeria’’ Journal of Applied Science Research, Pakistan, Vol. 5(12), pp. 2362 – 2368, http://www.insinet.net

15.Senananyake H.B, Akinsanmi O., Mu’azu M.B (2009) “An Experimental Autonomous Path Tracking Mobile Robot”, Journal of Advanced Materials Research and Systems Technology II,   Tran Tech Publications Switzerland,Vol. 62-64, pp. 181-186.

16.Akinsanmi. O., Bajoga. B.G and Dajab D.D, (2009), “Comparative Analysis of Electric field measurement in Zaria”, Journal of Advanced Materials Research and Systems Technology II, Tran Tech Publications Switzerland, Vol.62-141-146,www.scientific.net

17.Akinsanmi .O, Bajoga B.G, Adegboye B.A, Farayola K.S and M.B Mua’zu (2007), “Measurement and Analysis of Electric Field in Zaria” Journal of Applied Science Research, Pakistan, Vol. 3(11) /1377-1382, http://www.insinet.net

18.Akinsanmi.O, Bajoga .B.G, Farayola .K.S, Adegboye .B.A and Mua’zu M.B (2007), “Measurement and Analysis of Electric Field in Non-Harmattan Period in Zaria”, Journal of Applied Sciences Research, Pakistan, Vol. 3(12), pp. 1900-1911, http://www.insinet.net

19.Kolawole .S.F andAkinsanmi .O (2007), “Assessing the Reliability of a Compact Electronic Fluorescent Lamp”, Journal of Applied Science Research, Pakistan, Vol. 3(12), pp. 1864 – 1870, http://www.insinet.net

20.Abdullahi .M.I,Akinsanmi .O, Mua’zu .M.B, Yusuf Jibril, Abdullahi .M.I (2007), “Reliability Assessment of an Electronic System: A Case Study of a British Siren in Nigeria”, Journal of Applied Sciences Research Pakistan, Vol. 3(12), pp. 1671 – 1675, http://www.insinet.net

21.Akinsanmi O. (2005), “Assessing the Reliability of Electronic Systems by Part Count Method”, Nigerian Journal of Scientific Research, Faculty of Sciences, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. Vol. 5(2), pp. 56-62.

22.Akinsanmi O. and Taylor, P.F.U (2005), “A Model for Assessing Reliability of UPS in Developing Countries”, Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, N-W.F.P University of Engineering and Technology Peshawar - Pakistan Vol. 24(1) pp. 21-33.

23.Akinsanmi O. (2005), “Internet Facilities on Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM) devices”Journal of Sustainable Development, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Vol. 2,9-14.

24.Akinsanmi O. and Taylor P.F.U (2003), “A Review of Health Hazards of GSM Technology on Users”, NigerianJournal of Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Vol. 11 (24), pp. 96-103.

 

 

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