Adebimpe Olukayode Profile

DOCTOR ADEBIMPE OLUKAYODE


   

Physical Sciences (Mathematics Programme)

adebimpe.olukayode@lmu.edu.ng

I was born to a family of Late Prince and Mrs. G. L. Adebimpe of Alare's compound, Aperin road, Aremo, Ibadan. I attended St. Peters' Primary School, Aremo, Ibadan and then proceeded to Loyola College, Ibadan for my secondary education. I graduated from Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Ogbomoso, Nigeria in 2003 with B. Tech. Second Class Lower in Pure and Applied Mathematics. I had M.Tech. (Applied Mathematics) and Ph.D. (Applied Mathematics) from LAUTECH in 2007 and 2012 respectively. I had previous teaching experience with Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo (2006-2009) and Osun State University, Osogbo (2009-2013). I have attended and presented papers at home and abroad. I have also serve and still serving as reviewers to reputable journals across the globe. I am presently a Senior Lecturer in the department of Physical Sciences, Landmark University, Omu-Aran, Kwara State.

1. Olanrewaju,P.O.;Ayeni,R.O.;Ajala,A.O.;Adebimpe,O.andAjayi,A.O.(2006): On existence and uniqueness result for a two-step reactive-diffusive Equation with variable pre-exponential factor. Journal of the Nigerian Association of Mathematical Physics.vol.11.pp.403-408.

2. Adebimpe, O. and Ayeni, R.O. (2007): Effect of strong blowing in a secondary Flow on a Poiseuille flow. ABACUS, pp 417-426, vol.34, No.2A.

3. Adewale, S.O.; Ajala, A.O.; Obisesan, K.O.and Adebimpe, O. (2007): Impact of Exercise on Diabetics Subjects. Research Journal of Applied Sciences 2(6), pp708-711.

4. Olanrewaju, P.O.; Ayeni, R.O.and Adebimpe, O. (2007): Solving microwave heating model in a slab using shooting technique. Journal of Nigerian Association of Mathematical Physics.vol.11pp.529-532.

5. Okedoye, A.M; Adebimpe, O. and Ayeni, R.O. (2007): Temperature and Concentration Fields in MHD flow of a stretched surface with buoyancy in the presence of heat generation/absorption and a first order chemical reaction. West .Afr. Journal of Biophysics and Biomathematics. vol. 2 pp.21-33.

6. R.O.Ayeni, O.Adebimpe, T. O. Oluyo, S. A. Adewale, A.O. Popoola and A.W. Ogunsola (2010): Effect of transmission rate on a SIR epidemic model, Journal of Nigerian Association of Mathematical Physics (JNAMP). Vol.17, pp.157-164.

7. Ajala, O. A; Adeyemo, O.; Adebimpe, O; and Araromi, A. A. (2011): Effects of Variable Viscosity on Flow over a Porous Wedge. Journal of Nigerian Association of Mathematical Physics.vol.19 pp.255-258.

8. P.O.Olanrewaju, O.T. Arulogun and O.Adebimpe (2011): Internal Heat Generation Effect on Thermal Boundary Layer with a Convective Surface Boundary Condition, American Journal of Fluid Dynamics 2011; 1(1): 1 – 4.

9. B. Gbadamosi and O. Adebimpe (2011): Stability Analysis of an SIQ epidemic model with non-linear incidence rate, International Journal of Physical Science, volume 3, Number 5, pp 133-139.

10. B. Gbadamosi, O. Adebimpe, E.I. Akinola and I.A. Olopade (2012): Solving Riccati Equation using Adomian Decomposition Method, International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, volume 78, no. 3, pp. 409-417.

11. O.Adebimpe and B. Gbadamosi (2012): Behavioral Dynamics of a SEIV epidemic model with nonlinear incidence rate, International Journal of Research and Advancement in Physical Science, volume 2, number 1, pp. 76-84.

12. R.O. Ayeni, B. Gbadamosi, S. Olaniyi, I.A. Olopade and O. Adebimpe (2012): A series solution technique for optimal control of HIV infection dynamics. Science Focus,17(2) 2012,pp 154-159.

13. O.Adebimpe, M. O. Adeniyi and M .K . Kolawole (2013): Mathematical Model Describing The Effect of Vaccine on Hepatitis A Virus (HAV) Transmission Dynamics. International Journal of Mathematical Sciences, vol.12, no.1-2, pp.47-54.

14.O. Adebimpe (2014): Stability Analysis of a SEIV epidemic model with saturated incidence rate. British Journal of Mathematics and Computer Science, volume 4 (23), 3358-3368.

15. A.W. Ogunsola, O. Adebimpe and B.A.Popoola (2014): Dynamical Analysis of an epidemic model with saturated incidence rate and vaccination, International Journal of Advanced Mathematical Sciences, volume 2, issue 3, 137-143.

16. O. Adebimpe, B.O. Moses and O.J. Okoro (2014): Global Stability Analysis of a SEIR epidemic model with saturated incidence rate, International Journal of Mathematical Sciences, vol. 34(1), 1504-1512.

1. O.Adebimpe, K.A.Bashiru and T.A.Ojurongbe (2015): Stability Analysis of an SIR Epidemic Model with Non-linear Incidence Rate and Treatment. Open Journal of Modelling and Simulation, 3, 104-110

2. O. Adebimpe and O. M.Olawuyi (2015): A Mathematical Analysis of SEIV Epidemic Model with Saturated Incidence Rate, Science Focus, Vol.20 (1), pp.111-119

3. O. Adebimpe, O. M. Olawuyi and L. M. Erinle-Ibrahim (2015): Stability Analysis and Transmission Dynamics of Fowl Pox in Poultry with Nonlinear Incidence Rate, Science Focus, Vol. 20 (2), pp.7-11.

4. O.Adebimpe, L.M.Erinle-Ibrahim and A.F.Adebisi (2016): Stability Analysis of SIQS Epidemic Model with Saturated Incidence Rate. Applied Mathematics, 7, 1082-1086

Alpha Semester, 2015/2016

(i) Algebra and Trigonometry (MAT 111) 3units

(ii) Geometry

(iii) Introduction to Mathematical Modelling (MAT 319) 3units

(iv) Vector Field Theory (MAT 316) 3units

Omega Semester, 2015/2016

(i) Calculus (MAT 121) 3units

(ii) Vector (MAT 122) 3units

(iii) Statistical Methods (CSM 222) 3units

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