Staff Directories - Federal University of Lafia (FULafia)
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Physics, Faculty of Science

Mr. Joseph Omojola

Lecturer II

Broad area of Space science: Space physics and Microgravity science. High energy astrophysics/Astrophysical plasma through Multiwavelength/Multimessenger observations and Computer simulation using kinetic particle-in-cell simulation.   

Profile

Bachelor of Technology in Physics/Electronics from Federal University of Technology Minna.

Masters of Science in Physics from University of Abuja and University of Ilorin respectively.

Presently taking his PhD at the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa through ASTD. 

RESEARCH GRANTS

1
Zero Gravity Instrument Project
United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs

Under the Human Space Technology Initiative
Donation of Clinostat 
2013
Principal Investigator
2
Plants Response and Synthesis of Nanomaterial in a Simulated Microgravity Condition
TETFUND Institutional Based Research
2015
Principal Investigator

 

Selected Publications in Scientific Journals

    1. Omojola,J. and Adewumi, T.(2019). Journal of Earth and Space Physics. doi:10.22059/jesphys.2019.259772.1007014

    2. Omojola, J., Akomolafe, G.F., Et al., (2018). Green synthesis of silver nanoparticles in a simulated microgravity condition. Monograph of Atmospheric Research. Pp.14-18. Available at https://carnasrda.com/2018monograph/

    3. Abimbola, O. J., Falaiye, O. A., Omojola, J. (2017). Estimation of precipitable water vapour in Nigeria using NIGNET/GPS NCEP-DOE reanalysis II and surface meteorological data. J.Phys.Sci. 28(2), https:/doi.org/10.2131/jps2017.28.2.2.

    4. Gbenga  F. Akomolafe, Joseph Omojola, Ezekiel S. Joshua, Seyi C. Adediwura, Elijah T. Adesuji, Michael O. Odey, Oyinade A. Dedeke, Ayo H. Labulo (2017).   Growth and Anatomical Response of Lycopersicon esculentum (Tomatoes) under Microgravity and Normal Gravity Conditions. International Science Index, Bioengineering and Life Sciences Vol. 11(5). waset.org/publication/10007007.

    5. Omojola, J., Adediwura, S. C., Joshua, E.S., Mustapha, A. M. (2016).  NeQuick model predictions and the observed Total Electron Content (TEC) over Nigeria.  FULafia Journal of Science and Technology Vol. 2; No 1, pp 106 – 110. Available at http://www.fulafiajst.com.

    6. Falaiye, O. A., Abimbola, O. J., Omojola, J., Akinyanju, D. S. (2016).  Spacio-temporal variation of radio refractivity in Lafia, Nasarawa State using CM SAF ATOVS satellite data, FULafia Journal of Science and Technology Vol. 2; No 1, pp 111 – 116. Available at http://www.fulafiajst.com.

    7. Labulo A. H., Adesuji T. E., Oseghale C.O., Omojola J., Bodede O. S., Dare E. O., Akinsiku A. A. (2016) Biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles using Garcinia kola and its antimicrobial potential. African Journal of pure and applied Chemistry.  Vol.10 (1), pp. 1-7, January. doi:10.5897//AJPAC2015.0650.

    8. Omojola, J. and Abimbola, O. J. (2015). GNSS Positioning Accuracy over Nigeria during Geomagnetic Storm of October 24 - 27, 2011 and October 7-10, 2012 Indian Journal of Radio & Space Physics Vol. 44, pp 138–146. Available at: http://nopr.res.in/handle/123456789/33400. 

    9. Falaye, B.J., Shi-Hai Dong, Oyewumi, K. J., Falaiye, O.A.,  Joshua, E.S., Omojola, J., Abimbola, O.J, Kalu, O., Ikhdair, S.M. (2015). Triangular libration points in the R3BP under combined effects of oblateness, radiation and power-law profile. Advances in Space Research 57, pp 189–201 available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.asr.2015.10.030

Skills

Administrative97%
Research98%
Lecturing Skill99%