Mr. Akintunde Oludayo Ayodeji is presently a doctoral student of Earth Physics at the University of Lagos with a kin interest in Subsurface Data Analysis and Machine Learning in Geophysics. He holds a Master’s degree in Atmospheric and Earth Physics and a Bachelor’s degree in Pure and Applied Physics.
Over the past three years, He has taken focal responsibilities in the workshop and laboratory practice for undergraduate students and a field laboratory assistant in the environmental physics instrumentation laboratory for post-graduate students. He has authored and co-authored an A level JUPEB practice solution material in different federal, state, and private universities.
He is an active member of the Nigeria Institute of Physics (MNIP) as well as the America Institute of Physics (MAIP). Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG), Nigerian Association of petroleum Exploration (NAPE), Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s), Nigerian Association of Physics Student (NAPS). Currently, he lectures physics to the first year at the Pan Africa University.
He is a research fellow at the Hardware Laboratory Developmental Centre, winning the NASA App Challenge (Nigeria Unit) and would equally do more at the School of Science and Technology.
Publicationss in Learned Journals
Olorode DO Aregbede AS and Akintunde OA (2016). Effects of Pressure on Attenuation of Seismic Waves through consolidated Sedimentary Rocks from Ewekoro Formation, Nigeria. Journal of the Association of Mathematical Physics. Volume 35, 2016. Pp 30 – 310.
Olorode DO and Akintunde OA (2016). Geophysical and Hydrological Investigation of Groundwater Condition. Nigeria. Journal of the Association of Mathematical Physics. Volume 35, 2016.pp 491-498.
Olorode DO and Akintunde OA (2018) Interpretation of subsoil corrosivity condition along Gas pipe route using the Electrical Resistivity Imaging at Obasanjo Farm, Obada Oko in Ogun state. Nigerian Journal of Physics Special Edition. Vol 39(2) pp.148 – 156.
Olorode DO, Akintunde AO and Adedayo AS (2016). Application of Geotechnical and Geophysical Methods to Investigate Tilt Buildings at Lagos State, Nigeria. IOSR Journal of Applied Geology and Geophysics (IOSR-JAGG) e-ISSN: 2321–0990, p-ISSN: 2321–0982.Volume 4, Issue 5 Ver. II (Sep. - Oct. 2016), Pp. 21 – 28.
Akintunde OA (2017). Hydro-geophysical Analyses and Estimation of Aquifer Hydraulic Conductivity, Overburden Vulnerability and Transmissivity at Ejinrin-Ijebu, Ikorodu Lagos. Journal of Water Resource and Protection, accepted not yet published
Ozebo VC, Olatinsu OB, Akintunde OA, Ugwoke C and Adeniji (2018). Integration of Geophysical Techniques for Near-Surface and Lithospheric Studies of Electrical Conductivity and Groundwater Potential Investigation in Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria. SN Applied Science Springer (Accepted not yet Published)
Akintunde A. O and Ozebo V.C (2019) Groundwater Quality around upstream and downstream area of the Lagos lagoon using GIS and Multispectral Analysis. Journal of Applied Water Science Springer. (Under Review)
Akintunde A.O, Ozebo V.C and Oyedele K.F (2020) Electrical Resistivity, Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System Approach for Mapping Groundwater Potential Zones in Coastal Aquifers Around of Lagos Lagoon. Environment Earth Science Springer. (Under Review)