HOD: Engr. Prof. J. O. Dada, Ph.D. (Germany, 2001), M.Eng. (Unilorin, 1991), B.Eng. (Unilorin, 1987)

Brief Profile:

This Electrical/Electronic Engineering department was established in September 2010. The programme has seasoned senior academic staff in different areas of specialization to contribute their expertise towards the growth of the programme and the department. In accordance with COREN requirements, each student has a personal computer to ease information dissemination for academic homework and practical improvements on computer literacy. Each lecturer is also well equipped necessary physical and intellectual resources to facilitate efficient course delivery.

Philosophy:

The purpose of the Electrical/Electronic Engineering degree programme is to produce competent Engineers who are of high moral standard. This will be achieved through the familiarization of students with the basic theoretical and practical tools and techniques required for excellent performance in their future professional work.

Objectives:

The program educational objectives are:

  • To provide a highly motivated academic environment that encourages the academically minded to pursue further studies and research in Electrical/Electronic Engineering.
  • To demonstrate leadership potentials and professional dexterity in the industries
  • To contribute to the supply of academic and professional Electrical/Electronic Engineers both for Nigerian Universities and Industries.
  • To help become solution providers to the world’s technical and technological challenges using well defined engineering principles and techniques.

Laboratory Information:

The department currently has eight laboratories as listed below

  • Computer Software Engineering Laboratory
  • Computer Hardware Engineering Laboratory
  • Microprocessor and Digital System Laboratory
  • Communication and Networking Laboratory
  • Instrumentation and Process Control Laboratory
  • Prototyping Workshop and Demonstration Laboratory
  • Data Acquisition and National Instrument Laboratory
  • FESTO Laboratory

Selected Student Projects:

  • Design and Implementation of an Electrical Energy Monitoring and Management System
  • Smart Satellite Tracking with Inverter Saving
  • Design and Modelling of a Coupled Tank System for Experimental Purpose
  • Design and Construction of Intelligent Traffic Light
  • Design and Construction of a 1KV Fuel-Less Generator
  • Harmonic Analysis of a Single Phase Inverter
  • Design of Led Display for Information and Communication Using GSM Module
  • 10 Channel Infra-Red Remote Control for House Hold Appliances
  • Wireless Sensor Network for Air Pollution
  • Development of A Wireless Network System Monitor Variation in River Level
  • Wireless Sensor Network for Water Leakage Detector
  • Design Plant Irrigation Robot Using Zigbee Technology
  • Biometric and Keypad Lock for Door Design with An SMS Model and Construction
  • Design and Construction of An Energy Efficient Wireless Sensor Network for Heat Monitoring and Fire Detection
  • Design and Construction of a Rechargeable Energy
  • Hybrid Inverter with Solar Battery Charging
  • Autonomous Heart-rate Detection System with GSM Module
  • Design and Implementation of a Web Based Timetable Management System
  • Design of Radio Frequency Boosting Device
  • Design and Simulation of Tri-Band Microstrip Antenna for Wireless Communication
  • Design and Construction of an Automated Door Lock System
  • Enhancing an Optical Microscope Within HDMI Output and Save Capability
  • Design and Construction of an IOT- Based Farm Monitoring System
  • GSM-Based Wireless Sensor Network for Automated Irrigation System
  • Development of An Arduino-Based  Door Intercom for Household
  • Simulation and Construction of Automatic Temperature Sensor Calibrating System
  • Design and Construction of Automatic Transfer Switch
  • Gait Analysis

Research Areas:

  • Intelligent Systems
  • Embedded System and Robotics
  • Wireless Sensor Network
  • Power System Engineering
  • Control Engineering
  • Electrical Drives and Machines