Chemical Engineering Department, Landmark University

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Engr. Oshin Temitope

Assistant Lecturer

Landmark University

Temitope Alaba Oshin holds a Master’s degree in Process Systems Engineering from Cranfield University where he was awarded the Mike Sanderson Prize for overall best performance in the Master’s programme. His award-winning Master’s degree research is published in the book Automation in Anaesthesia by Lambert Academic Publishing. He obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Lagos, graduating in the Second-Class Upper division as a “university scholar”. Temitope’s research interests are in the application of chemical engineering principles to solve problems in biomedicine. Particularly, he researches in the cross disciplinary fields of biomedical process control, cardiovascular biomechanics and physiological systems’ modeling and simulation. He uses the Chemical Engineering tools of process control, fluid mechanics and transport phenomena to study physiological systems.

Professionally, Temitope holds memberships of the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) and the Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS) of the IEEE. As an avocation, he combines voluntary youth-related services, inclusive of career guidance and teaching with professional engineering interests. He inspires young people in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines. In addition to volunteering commitments, Temitope finds engaging in creative writing and singing pleasurable outside the technical sphere. He is the author of Consecration and Celebration: A Collection of Poems published in 2018 by WestBow Press.

Areas of Specialization: Biomedicine, biomedical process control, cardiovascular biomechanics and physiological systems, Modeling and simulation

List of Publications:

  1. Oshin, T. A. (2016). Automation in Anesthesia. Lambert Academic Publishing, Saarbrucken, Germany.
  2. Oshin, T. A. (2014). Abatement of Odorous VOC Emissions in Biogas Power Plants by Biofiltration: A Review. Environmental Research Journal, 8: 21-29.