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Dr IKUBANNI STEPHEN OLUWOLE
Ikubanni Stephen is a Physicist. He is one of the pioneer members offaculty in Landmark University. He undertook his undergraduate and graduate studies at the University of Ilorin, where he won some awards. He recently bagged a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree in Space Physics with interest in Aeronomy and specializing in Space Weather effects on radio wave propagation, ionospheric variability and modelling. With a good track of publications in reputable journals, from which he has presented at learned scientific conferences within and outside Nigeria, Stephen stands as out a young researcher destined to contribute substantially to unraveling some mysteries about our life-friendly planet and other planets. He has served meritoriously as invited reviewer for some of these reputable specialized journals (such as "Journal of Geophysical Research - Space Physics", "Earth, Planet and Space", "Annali de Geofisica") and willing to serve again and again for the love of science. He is a public speaker, a motivator and a science advocate. He is lover of music and creative art, which he engages in at leisure.
Ikubanni S.O.* and Adeniyi J.O. (2017): Relationship between ionospheric F2-layer Critical Frequency, F10.7, and F10.7P around African EIA trough, Adv. Space Res.,59(4), 1014–1022. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.asr.2016.11.013
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Ikubanni S.O.*, Adeniyi J.O., and Obrou O.K. (2014): Monthly mean foF2 model for an African low-latitude station and comparison with IRI. Advances in Space Research, 53(4), 635–646 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.asr.2013.12.016
Adeniyi J.O., Adebesin B.O., Adimula I.A., Oladipo O.A., Olawepo A.O., Ikubanni S.O., and Reinisch, B.W. (2014): Comparison between African equatorial station ground-based inferred vertical E x B drift, Jicamarca direct measured drift, and IRI model. Advances in Space Research, 54(8), 1629–1641.http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.asr.2014.06.014
Adebiyi S.J., Odeyemi O.O., Adimula I.A., Oladipo O.A., Ikubanni S.O., Adebesin B.O., and Joshua, B. (2014): GPS derived TEC and foF2 variability over an equatorial station and the performance of IRI model. Advances in Space Research, 54(4), 565–575. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.asr.2014.03.026
Adebiyi S.J., Adimula I.A., Oladipo O.A., Joshua B.W., Adebesin B.O., and Ikubanni S.O. (2014): Ionospheric response to a magnetic activity at low and mid-latitude stations. Acta Geophysica, 62(4), 973–989, http://dx.doi.org/10.2478/s11600-014-0205-x
Adebesin B.O., Adekoya B.J., Ikubanni S.O., Adebiyi, S.J., Adebesin O.A., Joshua B.W., and Olonade K.O. (2014): Ionospheric foF2 morphology and response of F2 layer height over Jicamarca during different solar epochs and comparison with IRI-2012 model. Journal of Earth System Science, 123(4), 751–765. ISSN: 0973-774X.
Adebesin B.O., Ikubanni S.O., Kayode J.S., and Adekoya B.J. (2013): Variability of solar wind dynamic pressure on solar wind parameters during intense and severe storms. African Review of Physics (formerly African Physical Review), Vol. 8:0019, 119–128.
Ikubanni S.O.* and Adeniyi J.O. (2013): Variation of saturation effect in the ionosphere F2 critical frequency at low latitude. Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics, 100/101, 24–33. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jastp.2013.03.012
Ikubanni S.O.*, Adebesin B.O., Adebiyi S.J., and Adeniyi J.O. (2013): Relationship between the F2-Layer critical frequency and some solar activity indices during different solar epochs. Indian Journal of Radio and Space Science, 42, 73–81. NISCAIR-3/4(RSP-755)/2013, PACS Nos: 94.20.dj; 96.60.qd
Adebesin B.O., Ikubanni S.O., Adebiyi, S.J., and Joshua, B.W. (2013): Multi-station observation of ionospheric magnetic disturbance of March 9 2012 and comparison with IRI-model. Advances in Space Research, 52(4), 604-613.
Adeniyi J.O. and Ikubanni S.O.* (2013): Determination of the threshold value of F10.7 in the dependence of foF2 on solar activity. Advances in Space Research, 51(9), 1,709–1,714. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.asr.2012.12.005
Ikubanni, S.O. and Adeniyi, J.O. (2016): Nighttime ionospheric saturation effect estimation in the African Equatorial Anomaly trough: A comparison of two approaches, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 120, http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/2015JA021763, (Published by: ‘John Wiley and Sons, Inc’ for ‘American Geophysical Union, AGU’)
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