Dr. Ademola Abdulkareem
Senior Lectrurer; Dept. of Electrical and Information Engineering
PhD, M,Sc, B.Eng, M.N.S.E, R.Engr (COREN)
Main research interest include: Power system quality, power system analysis, power system security and reliability, power system investment planning, Electric energy industry restructuring and high voltage cable and Machines
Electrical Power Systems, Electrical Machine, Control Systems, Electrical Measurements & Instrumentation and Advanced Instrumentation
Selected Publications (22)
2nd EIE International Conference held on 21st -23rd November, 2012 at Covenant University, Cannanland, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria
Ademola Abdulkareem, C. Etukudor, C. Ekechi (2016) “Design and Analysis of a Solar-Wind Hybrid Renewable Energy for Electricity generation” Energy Systems Conference 21st Century Challenges. 14 -15 June 2016, QEII Centre, Westminster, London, UK
Ademola Abdulkareem and Awosope C. O. A. “Renewable Energy Potentials of West-African Super Grid” Energy Systems Conference 21st Century Challenges. 14 -15 June 2016, QEII Centre, Westminster, London, UK
A. S Alayande, C. O. A. Awosope, Ademola Abdulkareem “Faster Approaches for Critical bus Identification for Power System Voltage Security Assessment” Energy Systems Conference 21st Century Challenge 14-15 June 2016, QEII Centre, Westminster, London, UK
A. S Alayande, C. O. A. Awosope, Ademola Abdulkareem, "Graph-Theoretical Approach for Solving Loss Allocation problem in Interconnected Power Grid” 3rd International Conference on African Development Issues (CU-ICADI), Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria 9th – 11th May, 2016.
Summary of Profile
He has a wide degree of industrial knowledge through having worked with the largest power and telecommunication cable manufacturing company in Nigeria (Nexans Kabemetal Nigeria Plc) for 11 years (1994 -2005). He also worked with MicCom Cable and Wire Limited as a Factory Manager. While at Nexans Kabelmetal Nigeria Plc, he was sent on overseas training to Hannover and Vacha in Germany for the process technology of high and medium voltage cables. He is currently working on the locally sourced materials as alternative for the construction of high voltage cables. His main research interest include: Power systems analysis, design and control, Reliability studies, High voltage equipment (e.g. Electrical Cables and Wires), Renewable energy integration to power system and Smart Grid Net work. He has published articles in several learned journals.