Olabanji Simon Olukayode Profile

PROFESSOR OLABANJI SIMON OLUKAYODE


Department:
Industrial Physics

Email:
olabanji.simon@lmu.edu.ng

1.FullName: OLABANJI, Simon Olukayode

2.Date of Birth: April 1, 1948.

3. Contact Details:

(a) Physical Address: Chalet 3C Landmark University Staff Quarters

(b) E-mail address:> skayode2002@yahoo.co.uk

© Mobile Phone Numbers: 08035321791

4.Nationality : Nigerian

5.State of Origin : Kwara State

6.Senatorial District: Kwara South

7.Local Government Area: Irepodun LGA

8.Permanent Home Address: Ojomu’s Compound, Okesanlu, Esie, Kwara State.

9.Marital Status: Married

10.Number of Children and their Ages: 5; 38, 38, 36,1/3,5/12.

11.Next of Kin: Mrs. Victoria Moromoke Olabanji

12.Date of Assumption of Duty: December 14, 2015

B Educational Background:

1.Higher Educational Institutions Attended with Dates:

(i)University of Ibadan, Nigeria, Sept. 1971 – June 1975.

(ii)University of Manchester, England, Oct. 1977-Sept. 1978.

(iii) University of Manchester, England, Oct. 1978 – August 1981.

2.Academic/Professional Qualifications and Distinctions Obtained with Dates:

(i) B. Sc. (Hons) Physics, Ibadan, 1975 (Second Class Upper Division).

(ii) Dip. Adv. Stu. Sc. Manchester, 1978.>

(iii) Ph. D. Manchester, 1981.>

Other Distinctions and Awards (with dates) :

(a) Scholarship style="font-size: 12.0pt; font-family: 'Times New Roman','serif'; mso-fareast-font-family: 'Times New Roman';">.

National

(i) Best Student in Physics Upper Six Science 1969>

(ii) 2nd Place Winner, John F. Kennedy Memorial Essay Competition (H.S.C. School Level) 1969

(b) Fellowship

International

(i)I was the coordinator for Africa’s network on Accelerators for Sustainable Development in Africa (ASDA) effective from April, 2006 till September, 2010.>

(ii) I was a Senior Associate of the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics from January 1, 2001 until August, 2008.

1. S.O. Olabanji,O.R. Omobuwajo, D. Ceccato, M.C. Buoso, M. de Poli and G. Moschini(2006).Analysis of some medicinal plants in South-western Nigeria using PIXE technique.

Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry Vol. 270, No. 3(2006)515-521.

2.O.A. Ige, S. O. Olabanji, D. Ceccato(2006)

PIXE analysis of muscovite samples from tourmaline bearing granite pegmatites of south western Nigeria.

Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry Vol. 268 No.1(2006)47-51.

3.S.O. Olabanji,O.A. Ajose, N.O. Makinde, M.C. Buoso, D. Ceccato, M. De POLI, G. Moschini(2005).Characterization of Human Fingernail Elements using PIXE Technique.

Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B Vol. 240, Issue 4,(2005)895-907.

4.S. O. Olabanji, O.A. Ige, C. Mazzoli, D. Ceccato, E.O.B.Ajayi, M.De Poli,

G. Moschini(2005).Quantitative elemental analysis of industrial mineral Talc, using Accelerator-based analytical technique.

Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B Vol. 240, Issues 1-2, (2005)327-332.

5.S. O. Olabanji, O.A. Ige, C. Mazzoli, D. Ceccato, J.A. Akintunde, M.De Poli,

G. Moschini(2005).Accelerator-based analytical technique in the evaluation of some Nigeria's natural minerals: Fluorite, tourmaline and topaz.

Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B Vol. 240,Issues 1-2, (2005)350-355.

6.S. O. Olabanji, P. Olubunmi, M. C. Buoso, D. Ceccato, G. Moschini(2005).

Evaluation of Nigerian Animal Feeds by Particle-Induced X-Ray Emission.

Biological Trace Element Research Volume 107, Issue No 2(2005)pp 181-198.

7.S. Balzan,M. C. Buoso, D. Ceccato, M. De Poli, V. Giaccone, G. Moschini, E. Novelli,S. O. Olabanji, P. Passi, V. Tepedino(2004).

Quantitative measurement of essential and none essential metals in muscular, hepatic and renal tissue of horses by means of PIXE technique,

Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B 219-220(2004)72-76.

8.S. O. Olabanji, O. V. Makanju, D. Ceccato, M. C. Buoso, A.M. I. Haque, R. Cherubini, G. Moschini(1997).PIGEPIXE analysis of Medicinal Plants and Vegetables of Pharmacological Importance.

Biological Trace Element Research 58(1997)223 236.

9.S. O. Olabanji, O. V. Makanju, A.M. I. Haque, M.C. Buoso, D. Ceccato, R. Cherubini, G. Moschini(1996).PIGE-PIXE Analysis of Chewing sticks of Pharmacological Importance. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B 113(1996)368-372.

10.S. O. Olabanji, M. C. Buoso, D. Ceccato, A.M.I. Haque, R. Cherubini, G. Moschini (1996). PIGE-PIXE Analysis of Human Milk.

Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B 109/110(1996)258-261.

11.S. O. Olabanji,, A.M.I. Haque, S. Zandolin, R. T. Ajayi, M. C. Buoso, D. Ceccato, R. Cherubini, G. Moschini(1996)Applications of PIXE, PIGE, SEM and EDAX Techniques to the Study of Geological Samples.

Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B 109/110(1996)262- 265.

12.S. O. Olabanji, A.M.I. Haque, S. Fazinic, R. Cherubini, G. Moschini(1994)

PIGE-PIXE Analysis of Nigerian Tar Sands.

Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry 177(1994)243-252.

13.S. O. Olabanji, A.M.I. Haque, S. Fazinic,, R. Cherubini, G. Moschini and D. Zafiropolos,(1991).PIGE Analysis of Esie Museum Soapstone Sculptures.

 

Nuclear Instruments MethodsB56/57(1991)726-729.

1. S.O. Olabanji, G.A. Osinkolu, D. Pelemo, E.I. Obiajunwa, A.T. Oladele, PIXE analysis of Thaumatococcus danielli in Osun State of Nigeria.

Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B 318 (2014)182-186.

2. S.O. Olabanji, A.C. Adebajo, O.R. Omobuwajo, D. Ceccato, M.C. Buoso, G. Moschini, PIXE analysis of some Nigerian anti-diabetic medicinal plants (II). Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B. 318(2014) 187-190.

3. S.O. Olabanji, O.R. Omobuwajo, D. Ceccato, A.C. Adebajo, M.C. Buoso,

G. Moschini, Accelerator-based analytical technique in the study of some anti- diabetic medicinal plants of Nigeria.

Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B 266 (2008) 2387-2390.

4. S. O. Olabanji, S. K. Adesina, D. Ceccato, M. C. Buoso and G. Moschini, PIXE Analysis of Some Medicinal Plants Used in cleaning teeth in Southwestern Nigeria. Biological Trace Element Research Vol. 116 (2006) 171- 184.

PHY 241 Analytical Mechanics

PHY 442  Renewable Energy Sources

MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES

(i) Invited to be a member of New York Academy of Science (1995)

(ii) Member of Nigerian Institute of Physics

(iii) Member of Science Association of Nigeria

(iv)Member of American Physical Society.

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