Dr. Oladipo F. Agboola

Dr. Oladipo F. Agboola
Dr. Oladipo F. Agboola
Associate Professor
Department of Mechanical Engineering

BIO DATA

  1. Surname –               Agboola
  2. Other Names –               Oladipo Folounso
  3. Sex –               Male
  4. Date and Place of Birth –               25th April 1958, Kaduna
  5. Residential Address –               No 1, Kukawa Avenue, U/Rimi GRA, Kaduna
  1. State of Origin and Home Town –               Osun, Osogbo
  2. Local Govt Area –               Osogbo
  3. Nationality –               Nigeria
  4. Marital Status –               Married
  5. Number of Children –               One
  6. Language spoken –               English, Yoruba, Hausa, Russian

QUALIFICATIONS OBTAINED WITH DATES

  1.  Ph.D, Metallurgical Engineering                  2004
  2.  M.Sc, Metallurgical Engineering                 1985
  3.  Master of Business Administration              2001
  4.  Certificate in Computer Applicati                 2001
  5.  West African School Certificate                  1978
  6.  First School Leaving Certificate                  1972

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATION

  1. Corporate Member, Nigerian Metallurgical Society.
  2. Corporate Member, Nigerian Society of Engineers.
  3. Registered Engineer, (COREN).
  4. Member, Association of Iron and Steel Technology, USA

PUBLICATIONS

Total number: 16.

  1. Agboola, O.F. (2004). “Investigation and Optimization of the nature and morphology of non-metallic inclusions in High Strength Low alloy Streels, Moscow. (Monograph, Publication in Russian Language).
  2. Agboola, O.F., Dub, A.V. et.al., (2004), “Non-metallic inclusions in Micro alloyed steels”. Journal of Electric Steelmaking, MISIS, Moscow, No 11, Pp. 36-43. (Publication in Russian Language).
  3. Agboola, O.F. (2005). “Ladle Treatment of Mild Steel for Automobile Panel”. Spectrum Journal, Vol. 10, Nos 1&2, Pp. 198-204.
  4. Agboola, O.F. (2005). “The effect of process techniques on the Mechanical properties of V-Ni High Strength Low alloy Pipeline steels.  “The Academy Journal of Defence Studies, Vol. II, Pg. 143-151.
  5. Agboola, O.F. (2006). “Non-metallic inclusions in calcium treated deoxidized steels”.  Academy Journal of Science and Engineering, Vol. 4, No 1, Pp. 97-104.
  6. Agboola, O.F. (2009). “Characterization of non-metallic inclusions in hot rolled calcium treated steel”.  Academy Journal of Science and Engineering, Vol. 6, No 1, Pp. 60-66.
  7. Agboola, O.F. (2009). “The effects of calcium treatment on the size and number of inclusions in steel”.  Journal of Engineering and Technology (BUK), Vol. 4, No 2, Pp. 91-96.
  8. Agboola, O.F. (2009). “Characterization of non-metallic inclusions with complex structures in microalloyed steel”.  Journal of Engineering Science and Application (AAU), Vol. 6, No 1&2, Pp. 59-64.
  9. Agboola, O.F. (2010). “The role non-metallic inclusions in steel failure”.  American-Eurasian Journal of Scientific Research, Vol. 5, No 2, Pp. 130-133.
  10. Agboola, O.F. (2010). “Non-Metallic Inclusions and their Effects on Steel Properties”, Pyla-Mak Services Ltd., Kaduna.
  11. Garba. D.K., Alhaji, A.U., Agboola, O.F. (2013). “Determination of Suitable Locally Produced Steel in Nigeria as a Base Material for the Production of High Impact Resisting Panel Material”.  Global Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology, Vol. 2, No 4, Pp. 67-71.
  12. Akindapo, J.O., Oyinlola, A.K., Agboola, O.F. (2013). “Mechanical Properties of Polymer Matrix Composites Developed from Fibre Glass (E-Class) and Bisphenol-A-Co-Epichlorohydrine”, International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology, Vol. 2, Issue 12, Pp. 353-364.
  13. Akindapo, J.O., Oyinlola, A.K., Agboola, O.F., Yakubu, M.K. (2013). Impact Strength and Toughness Properties of Polymer Matric Composites
  14. Developed from Fibre Glass/3-D Cotton Fibre and Epoxy Resin”.  Academy Journal of Science and Engineering, Vol. 7, No 1, Pp. 43-54.
  15. Garba, D.K., Alhaji, A.U., Agboola, O.F. (2014). Development of High Impact Resisting Material using Nigerian Steel 65 Mn Steel as a Base Material”.  Global Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology, Vol. 3, No 1, Pp. 38-42.

AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS

  1. Best Student Award in Mathematics and Christian Religious Studies   -1978    
  2. Federal Government Overseas Scholarship Award  – 1979
  3. NDA Provost’s letter of Commendation for a successful Tenure as HOD, Department of Mechanical Engineering  – Nov 2008
  4. Service Award for Excellent Performance as HOD Department of Mechanical Engineering  -Oct 2013
  5. Academy Provost’s letter of Commendation for Exemplary Performance as member of organizing Committee for the NDA National Discourse on Peace Support Operations -Jul 2009
  6. Academy Registrar’s letter of Commendation for Successfully Reviewed the draft Code of Conduct for NDA Civilian Staff  -Apr 2015
  7. NDA Provost’s letter of Commendation for a successful Tenure as Dean, Faculty of Engineering  – Nov 2016

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED WITH DATES

  1. Moscow State Institute of Steel and Alloys (Technological University), Moscow, Russia – 2001-2004
  2. Moscow Institute of Steel and Alloys, Moscow, USSR – 1980-1985
  3. Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria – 1991-2001
  4. NextGen Computer Technology, Kaduna -2001
  5. Government College KatsinA – 1973-1978
  6. St. Augustine’s Primary School, Kaduna – 1966-1972

STUDENT’S INDUSTRIAL WORK EXPERIENCE SCHEME

  1. Cherepovets Integrated Metallurgical Industry, USSR. (Introductory Industrial Training): July – August 1981.
  2. Krivoy Rog Matallurgical Company, USSR. (Technological Industrial Training):  July – August 1982.
  3. Novolipetsk Matallurgical Complex, USSR. (Complex Industrial Training): June – August 1983.
  4. Novolipetsk Matallurgical Complex, USSR. (Pre-degree Industrial Practical): Feb – March 1985.

THESES PRESENTED

  1. O.F. Agboola, The Study and Optimization of Non-Metallic Inclusions Type and Morphology in Micro-Alloyed Steels, Ph.D Thesis, Moscow State Institute of Steel and Alloys (Technological University), Russia, 2004.
  2. O.F. Agboola, Design of a Basic Oxygen Furnace Steelmaking Section with an Annual Capacity of 5 Million Tones per Annum of Steel, M.Sc Thesis, Moscow Institute of Steel and Alloys, Moscow, USSR, 1985.
  3. O.F. Agboola, Working Capital Management in Insurance Firms: A Case Study of Selected Insurance Companies in Nigeria, MBA Thesis, ABU, Zaria, 2001.

RESEARCH AREA/ INTEREST

  1. Production/Physical Metallurgy.
  2. Materials Development
  3. Quality Control of Steel and Alloys
  4. Corrosion of Metals