OTUNNIYI IYIOLA OLATUNJI (Basic Profile)
Surname OTUNNIYI
Other Names IYIOLA OLATUNJI
Post SENIOR LECTURER
Email Address iootunniyi[at]futa.edu.ng
Telephone +2348132970816
Nationality NIGERIA
Affiliations Registered Engineer with Council for Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN); Reg. #: R11419 (2005) Member, Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (SAIMM) # 703169 (2006)
Education Materials Science and Metallurgical Engineering Dept., University of Pretoria, South Africa (January 2006 to Nov 2009; PhD). Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria. (Nov. 2000 to Sep. 2003; M. Eng) Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria (1991/92 – 1996/97, Bachelor). Ph. D. Engineering (April 2010) M. Eng., Metallurgical and Materials Engineering (2003) B. Sc. (Hons.), Metallurgical and Materials Engineering (1998)
Background • 10 years in University Academics: Presently Lecturer I in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering Department, Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA), Nigeria; Formerly, Lecturer, Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa (July 2009 – August 2010); Taught - Applied Mineral Processing; Plant Design; Physical Metallurgy; Fuels, Furnaces and Refractories; Advanced Experimental Techniques; Mechanical Processing of Materials; Research - In refractory production and applied minerals processing; Supervision of Undergraduate and Postgraduate projects. • 15 publications as peer reviewed journals, conference proceedings, theses, etc. • Reviewed Science Direct manuscripts, Contributed to Wikipedia, etc. • Two years (cumulative) industrial experiences spanning oil pipeline corrosion monitoring and prevention, furnace design and construction, forming operations and desktop publishing. • Hands on with Electron Microscopy; Ultra Violet – VIS Spectroscopy; FTIR Spectroscopy; Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy; Sub-sieve PSD Analysis; Image Analysis; Light Optics Microscopy. • Various Computer Applications; Safety Trainings; Technical Visits to many Metallurgical Engineering Plants (numbering 15) in Nigeria, South Africa and Germany.