Akinwonmi Akintoba, Emmanuel (Basic Profile)
Surname AKINWONMI
Other Names Akintoba, Emmanuel
Post Assistant Lecturer
Email Address aeakinwonmi[at]futa.edu.ng, tobapro[at]yahoo.com,
Telephone 8066245801
Nationality NIGERIA
Affiliations Membership of Professional Bodies: Nigeria Computer Society (NCS) (Membership No: 07200) Research in Progress (a) On-going Research: Development of a Yorůbá Text-To-Speech Synthesizer Using Unit Selection Method and Hidden Markov’s Model for Prosody Realization (Ph.D) (b) Research completed but not yet published: Akinwonmi, A. E., Kuboye, B. M. , Thompson, A. F. and Alese, B. K. A Neural Network Based System for Political Party Candidates Rating and Selection for Elective Offices in Nigeria, (Already presented for Software Engineering and Intelligent Systems Conference, Covenant University, Sango-Otta, Nigeria. July 5 – July 9, 2010) ( c) Manuscripts Accepted for Publication: 19 Fellowship Awards: None University Awards: Vice Chancellor’s Special Award for Productivity - November 2010 20 Research Grants and other Grants (Specify amount): National: None International: None 21 Publications (a) Thesis/Dissertation i. Design of a Neural Network Based Optical Character Recognition System for Musical Notes. – 2007 (M. Tech) ii. Laboratory Management Information System: A Case Study of the Biochemistry Laboratory of The Federal University of Technology, Akure. – 1995 (PGD) iii. Effects of Protein-Energy Malnutrition during Pregnancy and Lactation on the Development of Bones and Skin in the Young. – 1988 (B.Sc) (b) Books (peer-reviewed) (i) Authored Books: None (ii) Edited Books: None (iii) Contributions to Books: None (c) Journal Articles (asterisk those that have appeared since your last promotion) 1. Akinwande AI, Ebuehi OA, and Akinwonmi AE 1996. Effect of maternal protein deficiency during pregnancy and lactation on the organic matrix composition of the bone and skin of the sucklings of rat. African Dental Journal. 1996;10:12-8. [Nigeria, 30% Contribution] 2. Akinwonmi, A. E., O.S. Adewale, B.K. Alese, and O.S. Adetumbi, 2008 “Design of a Neural Network based Optical Character Recognition System for Musical Notes” , Pacific Journal of Science and Technology. 9(1): (45 – 58). [USA. 35% Contribution] 3. *Adeyemo, A. B. and Akinwonmi A. E. “Artificial Neural Network Model for Diagnosis of Diabetes Mellitus” African Journal of Computer and ICTs (A Journal of the IEEE Nigeria Computer Section). [NIGERIA. 50% Contribution] (d) Papers already accepted for publications (only in the last 3 years): (e) Published Conference Proceedings: 1. Akinwonmi, A. E., Kuboye, B. M. , Thompson, A. F. and Alese, B. K. A Neural Network Based System for Political Party Candidates Rating and Selection for Elective Offices in Nigeria, (Software Engineering and Intelligent Systems Conference, Covenant University, Sango-Otta, Nigeria. July 5 – July 9, 2010) (f) Monographs/Technical Reports: None 22. Conference Attended With Dates/or Papers Presented(Non-Scorable): i. Computer Literacy Training for Ondo State Primary Education Board (SPEB) Staff. As a Resource Person February Feb. 2004 ii. ETF Sponsored Information and Communications (ICT) Capacity Building Programme , FUTA. As participant May-June 2004 iii. Training for ICT Liaison Officers in the Federal University of Technology, Akure. As participant October 2006 iv NCS National Conference (Realizing a Stable Democratic Political System in Nigeria) at Asaba from Monday 26th to Friday 30th July, 2010. July 2010 ii. CPN (Computer Professionals of Nigeria) Executive Registration Training at A.kure, November 2011.
Education i. Ph. D Computer Science In - View ii. M. Tech., Computer Science (Ph. D Grade {CGPA : 4.80/5.00}) 2007 iii. Post-Graduate Diploma, Computer Science (Distinction {4.67/5.00}) 1995 iv. B.Sc., Biochemistry (1988) (Second Class Lower Div.)
Background Work Experience: a) University: Assistant Lecturer, Computer Science Department, Federal University of Technology, Akure (January 20, 2010 – till date) Registry, Federal University of Technology, Akure i. Systems Programmer II (Academic Affairs Division) (April 1997 to Sept. 2000) ii. Systems Programmer I (Academic Affairs Division) (Oct. 2000 to Sept. 2003) iii. Senior Systems Programmer (Academic Affairs Division) (Oct. 2003 to Sept. 2006) iv. Principal Systems Programmer (Academic Affairs Division) (Oct. 2006 to Jan. 13, 2008) v. Principal Systems Programmer (Exams and Records) (Jan 14, 2008 to Oct. 2009) vi. Chief Systems Programmer (Exams and Records) (Oct. 2009 to Jan. 2010) b) Others: i. Olofin (Ang.) Gram. School, Idanre (Laboratory Assistant) 1982-1984 ii. National Youth Service Experience s (Lecturing at the Chemistry Dept, Fed. College of Education, Katsina.) 1988 -1989 ii. P.P.S.M.B.(Now TSC), AKURE (Classroom Teacher) 1990 - 1997 Extra Curricular Activities (a) Within the University: i. Lectured the following Courses in Industrial Design Department: 1999 a. Computer Aided Design and Presentation b. Film Animation and Cartooning. ii. Programmer Team Member: (University Initiative Innovations Fund) Project, Funded by United State Embassy in Nigeria). 2004 iii. Computer Proficiency Skill Assessor: Assessed candidates who applied to the University for the Post of Confidential Secretary I July, 2003 iv. Member, Smarty Software Team i. Management of Smarty Software and Central Examination Result Database for 100, 200 300 and 400 levels (b) Outside the University: Data Collector Public Opinion Poll on Government Activities in Ondo State held by Prime People Publications in February, 1990. JAMB UME Experience UME Invigilator 1998 Special Assistant to State UME Coordinator 1999 – 2002 UME Supervisor 2004/2003 Special Assistant to State UME Coordinator 2005 UME Supervisor at Muslim High School, Oke-Aro Akure 2006 Special Assistant to State UME Coordinator (All UME centres in Ode-Aye, Ilutitun and Okitipupa) 2007 UTME Supervisor at Adegbola Comprehensive High School, Akure 2010 UTME Supervisor at Akure Secondary Commercial School, Akure 2012 National Open University of Nigeria Facilator with the National Open University of Nigeria, Akure Study Centre where I lectured/examined the following courses 2009 i. CIT 731 – Software Engineering Methodologies - at Master’s level ii. CIT 752 – Data Communication (I marked TMA) - at Master’s level iii. CIT 634 – Object Oriented Technology - at PGD level iv. CIT 246 – Computer Organization - at undergraduate level