LANDMARK UNIVERSITY CELEBRATE 2017 INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY MAKING NOTABLE RESOLUTIONS

 

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FACULTY SEMINAR PRESENTATION

COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE

PRESENTER :Dr Aremu Dayo Reuben

TOPIC :Big Data: Unlocking the Future for Landmark                               University Agrarian Vision”.

DATE:16thFebruary, 2017,

TIME :3.00 pm prompt

VENUE :Computer Science Laboratory (First College Building)

Abstract

Agricultural research data is increasingly becoming complex. The data is characterized as having extreme or variable values of one or more of the following characteristics: (i)Volume  (size)[1]; (ii) Variety(structure)[1]; (iii) Velocity(acquisition rate)[1]; (iv) Veracity (uncertain quality or provenance); (v) Variability (in meaning)[2]; and (vi) Complexity(in relationships, sources, etc.)[3]. Big data applications are of great benefit to organizations, business, companies and many large scale and small scale industries, and can be of immense benefit to agrarian vision of Landmark University.However, analysing big data is very challenging. The traditional database management system can no longer cope with the analysis requirement of the complex data. The aim of this study is to develop object – based models for Big Data analysis. The specific objectives to realize this aim are to: (i) design MapReduce based algorithm for analysing Big Data; and (ii) simulate the MapReduce based algorithm designed. The methodology adopted for the study include: (1) an in-depth study of MapReduce -based algorithms including clustering, frequent pattern mining, classification, probabilistic modelling and graph analysis in the context of data mining; (2) object–oriented model design of big data. The modelling, which is divided into the following four(4) parts: (a) Architectural design; (b) Object design; (c) Mathematical formulation for big data; (d) Kernel Methods for Big Data analysis; and (e) Algorithm design for the model. The implementation of the designed models was carried out using Python programming language.

Keywords: Big Data, MapReduce,

About the Presenter

Dr Aremu Dayo Reuben holds a doctoral (Ph.D.) degree in Computer Science from University of Zululand, KwaDlangezwa, South Africa, Master of Science (M.Sc.) degree in Mathematics with specialization in Computer Science and Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree in Mathematics, both from University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria.  He started his career in November, 1989 as Education Officer II under Kwara State Education Management Board, Ilorin, Senior Programmer at the Department of Mathematics/Computer Science University of Ilorin in the year 2000 and presently a Senior Lecturer at the University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria. He is a member of Nigeria Computer Society (NCS), and Computer Professional of Nigeria (CPN).

As a Computer Scientist, his teaching and research interest are Software Engineering, Data Structure and Algorithm, Grid Computing, and Information Security. His current research focus is Big Data Analytics. He has published in both local and international journals in his area of research interest. He has supervised several Undergraduate, Master, and Doctoral research students, and taught many Computer Science courses at both Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels. Dr. Aremu Dayo Reuben is currently a Senior Lecturer on Sabbatical at the Department of Computer Science, College of Science and Engineering, Landmark University, Omu-Aran. He is married with children.

TITLE:MATHEMATICS: LOOKING AT IT IN THE AGRICULTURAL PERSPECTIVE

PRESENTER:DR. O. ADEBIMPE

DATE:THURSDAY 2ND FEBRUARY 2017

TIME:3-5PM

VENUE:MAIN PHYSICS LABORATORY(1stCollege Building)

ABSTRACT

Mathematics is conceived as a veritable means of proffering solutions to different kinds of problems. This paper attempts to justify the significance of Mathematics in Agricultural Science. Some areas of research which will be helpful in driving the actualization of the vision of the University as it relates to her agrarian revolution, shall be discussed.

Keywords: Mathematics, Agricultural Science, Areas of Research, Agrarian Revolution.

 

PROFILE OF DR. O. ADEBIMPE

Dr Olukayode Adebimpe is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Physical Sciences, Landmark University. He attended Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Ogbomoso, where he obtained B. Tech. in Pure and AppliedMathematics (2003), M. Tech. (2007) and Ph.D (2012) in Applied Mathematics respectively. His area of research is Mathematical Epidemiology (Mathematical Modelling of Infectious Diseases). He has attended and presented papers at conferences in Nigeria and overseas. He is a member of learned societies in his area of research like Nigerian Mathematical Societies (NMS), American Mathematical Society (AMS), European Society of Theoretical and Mathematical Biology (ESTMB). He is currently the Acting Head of Department, Physical Sciences, Landmark University.

TITLE:Optimal Stochastic Control Theory and Its Application in Factory Production and Investment Model

PRESENTER:Dr. N. K.Oladejo

DATE:Thursday 2nd February 2017

TIME:3-5pm

VENUE:MainPhysics Laboratory (1stCollege Building)

ABSTRACT

This paper deals with the optimal stochastic control theory and its application in natural and physical phenomena such as production and investment models. Here, Stochastic Differential Equations (SDE) is considered as an ordinary differential equation (ODE) driven by white noise. We justified the connection between the Ito’s integral and white noise in the case of non-random integrands, which are interpreted as cost functions. Numerical examples were given to further illustrate various demand cases.

Keywords:Optimal, Stochastic, Production, Investment, White Noise.

 

PROFILE OF DR. N.K. OLADEJO

B.Sc., M.Sc., MBA, CPA, Ph.D.

Dr. Nathaniel Kayode Oladejo is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Physical Sciences, Mathematics Programme, Landmark University. He attended University of Ado Ekiti, Nigeria; University of Ilorin, Nigeria; and Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana, where he obtained B.Sc (2001), M.Sc (2005) and Ph.D (2013) in Mathematics respectively. He worked at the University for Development Studies (UDS) Ghana, before he joined the service of Landmark University. Dr. Oladejo has published 26 Articles/Papers in various international journals, and four textbooks. His research interest is in Control Theory and Optimization. He is happily married with Children.

Every 1st of December the United Nations joined by various bodies in the world commemorates World AIDS Day across the globe to raise awareness on the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS). The day is also set aside to mourn those who have died of the disease since 1988. It is also meant to show support for people living with HIV/AIDS. Today, it has become an obligation for Governments and health officials, non-governmental organizations and individuals around the world to observe the day, often with education on AIDS prevention and control. It is worthy of note that the World AIDS Day is one of the eight official global public healthcampaigns marked by the World Health Organization (WHO).The theme for the year 2016 is “Accelerating Momentum in HIV Prevention.”

As a way of joining the rest of the world to make the day memorable in the annals of history, on Thursday, 1st December, 2016 Landmark University through her “Word Casters” platform, a student group that uses inspirational quotes, words, poems, drama, and rhymes to inform and motivate all and sundry, most especially the ‘amazing Landmark University’ community presented a piece at the Chapel service to further sensitize the University community on issues pertaining to HIV/AIDS.

The poem below as presented by the members of the Word Casters shows the need for all to be aware of the HIV/AIDS epidemic and to stand up against the plague that is threatening human existence.  It also calls for an end to the blame game in our society about the menace and urged all to take full responsibility towards seeking an end to the disease.

THE POEM

Has the Doctor ever told you that you have AIDS?

Have you ever gone for a checkup                                                                              have you ever been tested?

Do you know your status                                                                        

Do you know where you stand                                                                                  

Isn’t it ironic that AIDS is one of the few things in which being positive is bad and negative is good.

Let me be the bad one here and advise “Stay Negative”.

Shall we blame someone who says his mother murdered him from start with this terrible disease?

Or is it his fault, he was negligent?

Has the local nurse, using the same needle or blade

Shall we also blame the youth,

who don’t even know the meaning

of safe sex or abstinence

Why do we find it easier pointing fingers

rather than giving out handshakes and hugs?

For how long shall we continue to aid AIDS in killing our people?

So on this 1st day of December 2016, it’s WORLD’S AIDS DAY

Today, we stand with the 78million people

infected and 3.5million that have died.

Can we stop with the discrimination!

And realize that this criminal in our nations

should be the one we should look away

and not its patients.

Then we can see that until this war ends

let us be smart, vigilant and play safe.

So let’s join the fight lets live and love

Because I know AIDS is not on the Calendar

but trust me, its days are numbered.

 

BY: WORD CASTERS FAMILY

PRESENTED BY:

 

 

King Chukwuma Odera (Chemical Engineering 300L)& King Ichagba Robert (Civil Engineering 300L) making their presentation during the Thursday Chapel Service, 1st December, 2016


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13-02-2016
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LANDMARK UNIVERSITY FLAGS OFF A ZERO TOLERANCE FOR UNETHICAL PRACTICES IN EXAMINATIONS

The Management of Landmark University led by Professor Aize Obayan launched a campaign tagged “Zero Tolerance for Unethical Practices in Examinations” as part of her frantic efforts towa

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12-02-2016
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NEW STUDENTS CAUTIONED AGAINST EXAMINATION MALPRACTICE

The Vice-Chancellor of Landmark University, Professor Aize Obayan has advised the 100 level students against involvement in examination malpractice and other misconducts. The admonition came ahead o

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01-02-2016
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LANDMARK HOST KWARA STATE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (KWIRS)

On 14th January 2016, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Aize Obayan hosted a team of the Kwara State Internal Revenue Service (KWIRS) who came to pay a courtesy visit to the University. Professor Oba

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01-02-2016
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NYSC SENSITIZES PROSPECTIVE LANDMARK UNIVERSITY PATHFINDERS

On Friday 15th of January 2016, a team of delegate from the National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) held a sensitization program for prospective graduates of the 2016 class of the Landmark University. Th

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25-01-2016
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APPROVED INSTALMENTAL FEE PAYMENT FROM 2016/2017 ACADEMIC SESSION

The Management of Landmark University has approved instalmental payment of school fees as scheduled below:   SN INSTALLMENT PERCENTAGE WHEN TO MAKE THE PAYMENT 1. 1st 50% Pay

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22-01-2016
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LANDMARK UNIVERSITY HOLDS 6TH MATRICULATION CEREMONY

On Friday, 8th January 2015, the University held her 6th Matriculation Ceremony at the University Multipurpose Hall, where 513 new intakes who were successful in the 2015 Computer-based Unified Tert

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21-01-2016
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THE VICE CHANCELLOR’S INTERVIEW WITH THE PRESS, AT THE 6TH MATRICULATION CEREMONY, 8TH JANUARY, 2016

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Aize Obayan, disclosed to Press men in a brief interview the agri-business and agri-preneurship focus of the University. She prides in the capacity of the University

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20-01-2016
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