Dr. Olugbenga Oluseun Oluwagbemi

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Dr. Olugbenga Oluseun Oluwagbemi

  B.Sc (Computer Science) - Unilorin; M.Sc (Computer Science) - Unibadan; Advanced Certificate- (Rochester,USA); PhD ((Sandwich)Johns Hopkins University));Fulbright Certificate -USA, PhD(Computer Science) - CU
  Faculty
  olugbenga.oluwagbemi@fulokoja.edu.ng

Faculty


Science

Department


Computer Science

Research Interests


Computer science and applied computing, artificial intelligence, expert systems, informatics,  software engineering, computational  modeling and simulation, bioinformatics, computational systems biology, infectious and communicable disease research using computational tools and techniques.

Awards & Honours


  1. Senior Reviewer Certificate Award, The International Academic Forum (IAFOR) European Conference on Sustainability, Energy and the Environment (ECSEE2017) for thoroughly reviewing close to 20 scientific abstracts for the international conference, The Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront, Brighton, United Kingdom, July 11th, 2017. ; https://54510681-892161951914582990.preview.editmysite.com/uploads/5/4/5/1/54510681/senior_review_certificate_olugbenga_oluwagbemi.pdf
  2. Certificate of Participation as an Exhibitor (representing Federal University Lokoja, Nigeria) in the 7TH Federal Ministry of Science and Technology (FMST) TECHNO Innovation Exposition and Exhibition, at Eagles Square, Abuja, Nigeria. April 3rd to April 7th, 2017;

           http://www.fulokoja.edu.ng/news-view.php?id=279&t=b51e711a2772a3712a5553465eacd863

  1. Elsevier 5 Topmost downloaded articles in Informatics in Medicine UnlockedJournal between January – July 2016 (AMAHD (1st position) and Ebinformatics (5th position) papers respectively listed); http://olugbengaoluwagbemi.weebly.com/uploads/5/4/5/1/54510681/awards-most_downloaded_articles_in_informatics_in_medicine_unlocked.pdf
  2. Young Researcher Award (Postdoctoral category), 4th Heidelberg Laureates Forum, (2016) – Award Certificate, Workshop Grant, Conference Support Grant and Travel Grant recipient of the Heidelberg Laureate Forum Foundation, Heidelberg, Germany (September 2016) – Awarded to the best 100 young Computer Science researchers and the best 100 young Mathematics researchers selected from all over the world.
  3. Advanced Course Training Grant and Travel Grant recipient (2015) of the University of Florida International Clinics on Infectious Diseases, Dynamics and Data (ICI3D) on the Clinic on the Meaningful Modeling of Epidemiological Data, African Institute of Mathematical Sciences (AIMS), Muizenberg, Capetown, South Africa ( June 2015).
  4. Richard Tapia Scholarship Award recipient and ACM SIG Travel Grant recipient on Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing, Boston, United States of America, (2015).
  5. Richard Tapia Scholarship Award recipient and ACM SIG Travel Grant recipient on Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing, Washington D.C., United States of America, (2013).
  6. Wellcome Trust and H3ABIONET Computational Biology/Bioinformatics Travel Grant and Workshop Grant to an ISCB-ASBCB International Scientific Conference in Casablanca, (2013).
  7. National Computer Programming Contest (Mentor) – 5th Place, National Mathematical Center, Abuja, Nigeria (2012).
  8. ACM (Association for Computing Machinery)-ICPC (International Collegiate Programming Contest) 13th South African Regional Computer Programming Contest, Certificate of Achievement (Mentor) – 5th Place & 6th Place for Covenant University, October (2011); Kindly check the Result in the link below:

http://icpc.baylor.edu/public/worldMap/publicStandings.icpc?contestId=750

  1. National Computer Programming Contest (Mentor) –Certificate of Merit - 3rd Place- Bronze Medal Winner, National Mathematical Center, Abuja, Nigeria (2011).
  2. Scientific Project B – 2nd Position in 2011 Fulbright Enrichment Project Competition, New York City, United States of America, (2011).
  3. Fulbright Research Scholar Award to Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, United States of America – (2010-2011).
  4. Fulbright Summer Program Award to Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York, USA – (2010).
  5. European Science Foundation Award – Belgium- (2009).
  6. Certificate of Merit, Most Efficient Student, National Association of Computer Science Students, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria (1999).
  7. Oyo State Government Post-primary School Scholarship Award – Nigeria (1987-1993).
  8. 3rd Place in Oyo State JETS (Junior Engineer and Scientists) Competition (1992).
  9. Certificate of Merit & 2nd Place in STAN (Science Teachers Association of Nigeria) National Science Competition held in Enugu State, Nigeria (August 1992).

Teaching Areas


TEACHING: Courses Taught (Undergraduate Level (BSc))

            CIS 111        Introduction to Computer Science                               2 Units  

           CSM 211        Mathematical Methods I                                             2 Units

            CSM 221        Mathematical Methods II                                           2 Units

           CSC 215         Use of Software Packages                                         1 Units

           CSC 221         Visual C++/C++ Programming                                  2 Units

           CSC 222b        Computer Electronics                                               3 Units

           CSC 222a        Visual C++/ C++ Practicals                                      2 Units

           CSC 312         Data Structures and Algorithm                                   2 Units

           CSC 316         Logic Programming                                                   3 Units

            CSC 318         Compiler Construction I                                           2 Units

           CSC 413        Algorithm Analysis                                                     3 Units

           CSC 422         Introduction to Bioinformatics                                    3 Units

           CSC 424           Modeling and Simulation                                         3 Units

           CSC 425         Computer Graphics                                                  3 Units

             CSC 423         Concepts of Programming Languages                      3 Units

           ITP 304           Management Theory                                                2 Units

           ITP 506           Introductions to Mobile Computing                            3 Units

           CSC 401         Software Development and Engineering                      3 Units

           CSC 412         Compiler Construction 2                                            3 Units

 

Courses taught at the Postgraduate Level (MSc and PhD)

           CSC 715         Discrete Structures                                                   2 Units

           CSC 722          Bioinformatics                                                         2 Units

            BLD 813         Computing and Information Technology                     3 Units

           CIS 811           Computational Biology/Bioinformatics I                     2 Units

           CIS 824           Computational Biology/ Bioinformatics II                   3 Units

           CSC 822         Concepts of Programming Languages                         2 Units

           CSC 807         Artificial Intelligence                                                 3 Units

Selected Publications


SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS (PEER-REVIEWED) - JOURNALS/BOOKS/CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

 

  1. Olugbenga Oluwagbemi, Folakemi Oluwagbemi, Olatunji Fagbore, (2017), Malavefes: A computational fuzzy voice-enabled anti-malarial drug informatics software for correct dosage prescription of anti-malaria drugs, Journal of King Saud University - Computer and Information Sciences; Pages 1-13; Published by Elsevier (Science Direct)   (In press); Available online at:

           http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1319157817301064

 

  1. Olugbenga Oluwagbemi, Folakemi Oluwagbemi, and Chisom Ughamadu, (2016). Android Mobile Informatics Application for some Hereditary Diseases and Disorders (AMAHD): A Complementary framework for medical practitioners and patients, Informatics in Medicine Unlocked 2(2016): 38-69, Published by Elsevier (Science Direct)

            http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352914816300028

            https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.manish.customnew&hl=fil

 

  1. Olugbenga Oluwagbemi, Folakemi Oluwagbemi and Oluyemi Abimbola, (2016), Ebinformatics: Ebola Fuzzy Informatics Systems on the diagnosis, prediction and recommendation of appropriate treatments for Ebola Virus Disease (EVD), Informatics in Medicine Unlocked 2 (2016): 12–37. Published by Elsevier (Science Direct) 

            http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352914816000034

            http://olugbengaoluwagbemi.weebly.com/uploads/5/4/5/1/54510681/debug.zip

  1. Fatumo SA, Adoga MP, Ojo OO, Oluwagbemi O, Adeoye T, Itunuoluwa Ewejobi, Marion Adebiyi, Ezekiel Adebiyi, Clement Bewaji and Oyekanmi Nashiru (2014) Computational Biology and Bioinformatics in Nigeria. PLoS Computational Biology 10(4):e1003516; doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1003516; Published by PLOS (Public Library of Science)(Impactfactor=4.867); http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24763310 United States of America
  2. Oluwagbemi Olugbenga, Marion Adebiyi, Segun Fatumo, Geoff Macintyre. (2014). Paving the Way towards a Successful and fulfilling Career in Computational Biology, PLoS Computational Biology 10(5):e1003593 , Published by PLOS (Public Library of Science) (Thomson ISI),   (Impact factor = 4.867);

           http://journals.plos.org/ploscompbiol/article?id=10.1371/journal.pcbi.1003593         United States of America

     

  1. de Ridder J, Meysman P, Oluwagbemi O, Abeel T (2014) Soft Skills: An Important Asset Acquired from Organizing Regional Student Group Activities. PLoS Computational Biology 10(7): e1003708, Published by PLOS (Public Library of Science) (Thomson ISI),   (Impact factor = 4.867)                                                                     United States of America

            http://journals.plos.org/ploscompbiol/article?id=10.1371/journal.pcbi.1003708

  1. Denye Ogeh, Segun Fatumo, Olugbenga Oluwagbemi, Olumide Adenmosun. (2016), Informatics tools supporting biomedical research and healthcare outcomes in Africa: current utilization and strategies to improve access   –   European Journal of Scientific Research 138(2):137-151 – (Scopus Indexed), Seychelles

           http://www.europeanjournalofscientificresearch.com/issues/EJSR_138_2.html

  1. Olugbenga Oluwagbemi, Denye Ogeh,, Adewole Adewumi, Segun Fatumo (2016), Computational and Mathematical Modeling: Applicability to Infectious Disease Control in Africa   –   Asian Journal of Scientific Research 9(3):88-105; ISSN 1992-1454; DOI: 10.3923/ajsr.2016 – Published by the Asian Network for Scientific Information (Science Alert, Dubai, United Arab Emirates),  (ISI Indexed and Scopus Indexed)  United  Arab Emirates (UAE); http://scialert.net/fulltext/?doi=ajsr.2016.88.105
  2. Olugbenga O. Oluwagbemi, Christen M. Fornadel, Ezekiel F. Adebiyi, Douglas E. Norris, and Jason Rasgon (2013), AnoSpEx: A Stochastic, Spatially -Explicit Computational Model for Studying Anopheles Metapopulation Dynamics, PLoS ONE 8(7):e68040. Published by PLOS (Public Library of Science)(Thomson ISI), (Impact factor = 4.09)       United States of America

          http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0068040

  1. Olugbenga Oluwagbemi, Samuel Imolorhe, Victor Agozie, (2014). BengaSaVex: A Computational Genetic sequence extraction tool on DNA repeats of multiple gene sequences, African Journal of Biotechnology Vol. 13(21): 2103-2112, Published by Academic Journals in Mauritius, Nigeria and Kenya. (Scopus Indexed), (Impact Factor: 0.573) Kenya

           https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajb/article/viewFile/120043/109516                                                                                          

 

  1. Olugbenga Oluwagbemi, Adewole Adewumi and Esuruoso Abimbola, (2012), MACbenabim: A Multi-platform Mobile Application for searching keyterms in Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, BIOINFORMATION 8(16); PMCID: PMC3449390; Published by Biomedical Informatics Ltd., India     ; http://www.bioinformation.net/008/97320630008790.pdf
  2. Oluwagbemi, Olugbenga Oluseun, (2012), Development of a prototype hybrid-grid-based computing framework for accessing bioinformatics databases and resources, Scientific Research and Essays 7(7): 730-739; (Scopus Indexed), by Academic Journals in Mauritius, Nigeria and Kenya                            http://www.academicjournals.org/journal/SRE/article-abstract/942DF5C29380
  3. Olugbenga Oluwagbemi, (2012), Promoting public health and safety: A predictive modeling software analysis on perceived road fatality contributory factors, IEEE African Journal of Computing and ICTs, Published by the Computer Chapter of the Nigeria Section of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Inc, New York, USA; http://www.ajocict.net/uploads/AJOCICT_-_Vol_5_Sep_2012.pdf

           http://www.ajocict.net/vol_5_no_5_september__2012.html

             

  1. Olugbenga Oluwagbemi and Yah Suh Clarance, (2012), Computational Predictive Framework towards the Control and Reduction of Malaria incidences in Africa, Egyptian Computer Science Journal ECS, 36 (2): 1-17, Published by the Egyptian Computer Science Society, Egypt, Available online at: http://ecsjournal.org/, (DBLP Indexed) -          Egypt                                                   
  2. Olugbenga Oluwagbemi, Maria Keshinro and Charles Ayo (2011), Design and Implementation of a Secured Census Information Management System, Egyptian Computer Science Journal 35(1):1-11, Published by the Egyptian Computer Science Society, Egypt,, Available online at: http://ecsjournal.org/ ; (DBLP Indexed). Egypt
  3. Oluwagbemi O.O, (2010) A Comparative Analysis of Different Neural Networks Performances in the Prediction of Superimposed Fraud in Mobile Phone Usage, Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences 4(8): 3025-3037, Published by the International Network for Scientific Information Publication (INSI), Jordan, Available online at: http://ajbasweb.com/old/ajbas_August_2010.html;

           http://ajbasweb.com/old/ajbas/2010/3025-3037.pdf          Jordan

  1. Olugbenga Oluwagbemi and Bukola Oladunni, (2010) Diagnosis and Recommender System for Some Neglected Tropical Diseases, International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences, 6(2):181-188. Published by the Tapas institute of Scientific Research and Development, Nigeria, Available online at:   https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ijonas/article/view/77021; Nigeria 
  2. Oluwagbemi O.O, (2010) Reducing Road-Traffic Accidents on African Roads through a Computer Simulation Programming Approach, Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, 4(8): 3016-3024, Published by the International Network for Scientific Information Publication (INSI), Jordan , Available online at  http://ajbasweb.com/old/ajbas_August_2010.html

           http://ajbasweb.com/old/ajbas/2010/3016-3024.pdf;(ScopusIndexed);  Jordan

                     

  1. Olugbenga Oluwagbemi, Tayo Ojutalayo and Nwinyi Obinna, (2010), Development of a Secured Information System to Manage Malaria Related Cases in South Western region of Nigeria, Egyptian Computer Science Journal 34(5):23-34, Published by the Egyptian Computer Science Society, Egypt, Available online at http://ecsjournal.org/; (DBLP Indexed)             Egypt                       
  2. Olugbenga Oluwagbemi and Tope Ogunmowoju, (2010), An in-silico approach towards the development of a prototype Clinical Information System for Pediatrics Sections, International  Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences, 6(3): 254-262; Published by the Tapas institute of Scientific Research and Development, Nigeria, Available Online at   https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ijonas/article/view/77148;   Nigeria
  3. Olugbenga Oluwagbemi, Uzoamaka Ofoezie and Nwinyi Obinna (2010), A Knowledge- based data mining system for diagnosing malaria related cases in Healthcare Management, Egyptian Computer Science Journal, 34(4):1-10, Published by the Egyptian Computer Science Society, Egypt, Available online at http://ecsjournal.org/; (DBLP Indexed)            Egypt        
  4. Oluwagbemi O.O and Akinsanya A (2010), Development of a Medical Staff Recruitment System for Teaching Hospitals in Nigeria, International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences 6(1):116-124. Published by the Tapas institute of Scientific Research and Development, Nigeria, Available online at https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ijonas/article/view/76825
  5. Olugbenga Oluwagbemi, Esther Tolulope Adeoye, and Segun Fatumo, (2009), Building a Computer-Based Expert System for Malaria Environmental Diagnosis: An Alternative Malaria Control Strategy, Egyptian Computer Science Journal, 33(1):55 – 69; Published by the Egyptian Computer Science Society, Egypt, Available online at http://ecsjournal.org/; (DBLP Indexed)                                     Egypt
  6. Oluwagbemi O.O and Omonhinmi Conrad, (2008), Evaluating the relationship between a Generic-based Filtering program and DNA sequences, Pacific Journal of Science and Technology, 9(2):647-657; Published by Akamai University, Hawaii, United States of America, Available online at http://www.akamaiuniversity.us/PJST_Arc.pdf; United States of America
  7. Oluwagbemi O.O, Adebiyi E.F, Fatumo S.A and Dawodu Ayo (2008), PQ Trees, Consecutive Ones Problem and Applications, International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences, 4(3): 262-277; Published by the Tapas institute of Scientific Research and Development, Nigeria, Available online at https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ijonas/article/view/49860; Nigeria
  8. J.O Daramola, V.C. Osamor, and O.O Oluwagbemi (2008) A Grid based framework For Pervasive HealthCare Using Wireless Sensors Networks: A Case for Developing Nations, Asian Journal of Information Technology, 7(6):260 – 267; Published by Medwell Journals, Pakistan, Available online at http://docsdrive.com/pdfs/medwelljournals/ajit/2008/260-267.pdf ; Asia                                                                                            
  9. Oluwagbemi O.O, (2008), Development and Implementation of an Online Distance Education Learning Tool for Bioinformatics in Africa, International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences, 4(3):256-262; Published by the Tapas institute of Scientific Research and Development, Nigeria, Available online at https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ijonas/article/view/49861; Nigeria
  10. Oluwagbemi O.O, (2008) Predicting Fraud in Mobile Phone Usage Using Artificial Neural Networks, Journal of Applied Sciences Research, 4(6): 707-715. Published by International Network for Scientific Information (INSI),                                                                                      Jordan

    29.   Olugbenga Oluwagbemi, (2013). A Stochastic Computational Model for Anopheles metapopulation dynamics: Towards malaria control and insight for possible      eradication, VDM Publishing Group, ISBN: 978-3-659-41990-4   (Pages: 184) Germany; Kindly check here: https://www.morebooks.de/store/gb/book/a-stochastic-computational-model-for-anopheles-metapopulation-dynamics/isbn/978-3-659-41990-4

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

    30. Oluwagbemi Olugbenga, Adewumi, Adewole and Akindun, Fisayo (2013), Insights from computational modeling and simulation towards promoting public health among    African countries, ICT4 Africa International Conference, , Zimbabwe, pages 1-13; Available online at:     http://www.ictforafrica.org/attachments/section/4/ict4africa2013_submission_29.pdf

31. Olugbenga Oluwagbemi, Sanjay Misra, Adewole Adewumi, Folakemi Majekodunmi, Luis Fernandez-Sanz. (2013). An Analysis of Scripting Languages for Research in Applied Computing; 2013 IEEE 16th International Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, 3rd - 5th December 2013, Sydney,   Australia - pages 1-7

http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/6755355/

http://www.swinflow.org/confs/cit2013/;

TECHNICAL REPORT

32. Spencer Fox, James Wilbach, Olugbenga Oluwagbemi, Mahasa Mketpsa, Eva, John Hargrove, (2016). Modeling mortality rate in immature Tsetse fly. A Technical paper for (ICI3D) of the International Clinic on the Meaningful Modeling of Epidemiological Data (ICI3D) Workshop,@African Institute of Mathematical Sciences (AIMS), CAPTETOWN, SOUTH AFRICA

Conferences Attended


1.  Awe Olaitan, Olugbenga Oluwagbemi and Segun Fatumo (2015), A Comparative Analysis of the Genetic Relationships Between the Pathogens of Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever, Marburg Virus, HIV, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, Hepatitis D, and Hepatitis E, ISCB Africa ASBCB Conference on Bioinformatics , March 09-11, 2015,                                                                                            Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

2.   Olugbenga Oluwagbemi, (2014), TrypanoSpEx: Trypanosomiasis spatially- explicit computational model towards eradicating sleeping sickness, presented at the 16th International Congress on Infectious Diseases, April 2nd- 5th, 2014 South Africa

https://www.xcdsystem.com/icid/ISE.064.html

3. Olugbenga Oluwagbemi, Sanjay Misra, Adewole Adewumi, and Folakemi Majekodunmi, Luis Fernandez-Sanz (2013). An Analysis of Scripting Languages for Research in Applied Computing 2013 IEEE 16th International Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, 3rd - 5th December 2013, Sydney, Australia. http://www.swinflow.org/confs/cit2013/

4. Olugbenga Oluwagbemi and Adewole Adewumi (2013), A Cross-platform mobile application for storing and accessing fundamental Omics knowledge in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, Presented at the 2013 Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing Conference, February 7-10, 2013, Washington, D.C., USA

5. Olugbenga Oluwagbemi and Adewole Adewumi (2013), A Novel Cross-platform mobile application for storing and accessing fundamental knowledge in transcriptomics, proteomics, metagenomics and metabolomics, Presented at the ISCB-ASBCB 2013 International Conference, March 13-15, 2013 Casablanca, Morocco [http://cdn.f1000.com/posters/docs/253158811]

6. Olugbenga Oluwagbemi, Ezekiel Adebiyi, Jason Rasgon, (2012), Integrating Novel Genetic Control Methods into AnoSpEx: an advanced mathematical simulation model for malaria eradication campaign, Presented at the Malaria World Day Symposium, Covenant University, Nigeria – April 25th, 2012

7. Olugbenga Oluwagbemi, Christen Fornadel, Ezekiel Adebiyi, Douglas Norris and Jason Rasgon, (2011), AnoSpEx: A Stochastic Spatially-explicit Computational Model to Simulate Anopheles gambiae Metapopulation Dynamics, Presented at the Malaria World Day Conference, Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute (JHMRI), Baltimore, Maryland, USA      (April 25th, 2011).

8. Oluwagbemi Olugbenga, Yah Suh and Korede Olubajo, (2009), An Alternative Malaria Control Strategy for Malaria Research in Africa: An Artificial Neural Network Approach. Presented at the 17th Annual International Conference on Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology (ISMB) and the 8th European Conference on Computational Biology (ECCB), Stockholm International Fairs (Stockholmassan), Stockholm, Sweden (July 27th - July 2nd, 2009)

9. Oluwagbemi Olugbenga and Yah Suh, (2009), Exploring the Potency of Neural Networks in Analyzing Cases of Malaria Occurrence in Africa, The European Science Foundation International Conference on Infectious Diseases: From Basic to Translational Research Venue: NH The Lord Charles Hotel, Somerset West, Cape Wine land, Cape town , South Africa (April 4th -9th, 2009).

10. Ezekiel Adebiyi, Gbenga Oluwagbemi, Seydou Doumbia. , (2008), Modeling the Malaria Parasite-Mosquito Midgut Cell Interactions Rocky 2008 Conference Proceedings, 6th Annual Rocky Mountain Bioinformatics Conference, Aspen/Snowmass, December 4th-7th, 2008, Colorado, United States, 6, 47 (2008)

11. Oluwagbemi Olugbenga,Yah Clarence and Adebiyi Ezekiel, (2008). Comparison of ABC Transporter Genes of Plasmodium Species: A Search in Elucidating New Discoveries toward Malaria Parasite. Poster Proceedings at European Molecular Biology Network [EMBnet] Conference 2008 - 20th Anniversary Celebration. Leading Applications and Technologies in Bioinformatics, Martina, Franca, Italy, Sept 18-20, 2008.p 34

12. The International Conference on 3G Mobile Networks, Venue: Centre for Learning Resources, Canaanland, Ota, Km10 Idiroko Road, Ota, Covenant University, Nigeria, January 2007.

Summary of Profile


Olugbenga trained as a Computer Scientist at the Department of Mathematics of the University of Ilorin, before completing a M.Sc Computer Science postgraduate training at the Department of Computer Science of the University of Ibadan, Nigeria.  He also has a postgraduate advanced certificate in English from the Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York, USA. He won a Fulbright fellowship that spanned 2010-2011 for his PhD research in the United States of America.During his joint PhD training at Covenant University , Nigeria and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University,  United States of America, Olugbenga developed an Anopheles Spatially-Explicit Computational Model for the metapopulation dynamics of Anopheles mosquitoes towards the control of malaria. The results of the simulation and modeling of his model have been tested and validated with field data.

Olugbenga is interested in developing and implementing computational methods used in health research especially in the control of communicable diseases. He is particularly interested in communicable and infectious diseases that affect the African population. His research interests centers around artificial intelligence, expert systems, computational health, computational biology, software engineering, computational modeling and simulation, bioinformatics, application of computational techniques and methods to solving problem caused by infectious and communicable diseases.  Olugbenga’s present research focuses on the development of bioinformatics and informatics tools for the control of diseases such as Ebola, Malaria and HIV, amongst others.

Furthermore, as a result of Olugbenga’s research commitments, he has taught bioinformatics, computational biology, mobile computing, mathematical methods, computer programming in C++, Data structures, Discrete Structures and Compiler Construction at Covenant University for about ten years and supervised both undergraduate and postgraduate students. Olugbenga is presently a faculty and researcher at the Department of Computer Science, Federal University Lokoja, Nigeria.

Olugbenga is currently a member of the International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB). He was previously the vice-president of the International Society for Computational Biology-Regional Student Group (ISCB-RSG-WA) West Africa. He is a member of the African Society for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (ASBCB).He is also a member of the Nigerian Computer Society (NCS).He plays prominent role in the development of informatics tools in health, and bioinformatics in the scientific community. Prior to this, he was the webmaster of the Regional Student Group (West African region), which is affiliated to the International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB).

Curriculum Vitae



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