ADESEMUYI Emmanuel Adeboye

ADESEMUYI Emmanuel Adeboye

LECTURER II

Biography

PERSONAL DATA:

Sex:                                         Male

Nationality:                             Nigerian

 

EDUCATION BACKGROUND:

      Institutions Attended with dates

*          Oludaye Grammar School, Oba Akoko, Ondo State.                        1982-1987

*          Imade College, Owo, Ondo State                                                      1988

*          University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Oyo State                                            1992-1998

*          Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko, Ondo State                 2001-2005

*          Federal University of Technology, Akure, Ondo State                      2005-2008

*          Federal University of Technology, Akure, Ondo State                      2011-date

           

 Academic Qualifications (with dates)

    West African School Certificate                                                              1988

 *    Bachelor of Science (Soil Science)                                                          1998

 *    Post Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE)                                        2005

 *     Masters of Agricultural Technology

(Soil Management)                                                                                          2008

   Doctor of Philosophy (Soil Survey and Classification)                           2011 - 2016                     

                                   

LIST OF ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

1.      Ewulo, B.S. and Adesemuyi, E. A. (2012). Effect of cocoa period of establishment at         CRIN and plant intercrop at NIFOR on soil physical and chemical properties.           Proceedings of School of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology. FUTA 6th      Annual Conference. Nov. 6th – 9th, 2012. 29 –36.

2.      Adesemuyi, E. A . (2014). Suitability assessment of soils for maize (Zea mays)      production in a humid tropical area of South-western Nigeria. International           Journal of Advanced Research. Vol. 2, Issue 2, 538 – 546. 

3.      Adesemuyi, E. A. (2014). Characterization, classification and management of selected    soils of Akure, South-western Nigeria. Journal of Sustainable Agriculture and        the Environment.  Vol. 15 (1): 18-31.

4.       Adesemuyi, E. A., Ewulo, B.S. and Ojeniyi, S. O. (2014). Classification and Evaluation       of Soils for Maize Cultivation in Western Part Akoko Southwest Local Government Area of   Ondo State, Nigeria. Journal of Applied Tropical          Agriculture. Volume 19, No 1: 10- 17.

5.       Nsor, M.E and Adesemuyi, E. A. (2015). Morphology, Taxonomy and Land Capability    Evaluation for Arable and Non-arable farming of Selected Soils of Ikwuwano       LGA, Abia State, Nigeria. Journal of Science of Agriculture, Food Technology       and the Environment. Vol. 14. 7 – 15.

6.      Eluwa, N.C., Osodeke V.E. and Adesemuyi, E.A. (2015). Effect of cocoa pod ash on           NPK uptake and tuber yield of cocoyam (Colocasia esculenta and      Xanthosoma    sagitfolia) in an Ultsol of South-eastern Nigeria. (Accepted for publication in             Journal of SSSN).

7.      Nsor, M.E and Adesemuyi, E. A. (2016).  Characteristics of Soils along a Toposequence             in Ishiagu, Eastern Nigeria and its Relation to Potential Agricultural Landuse. Nigeria Journal of Soil Science, 78-86

8.     Ewulo, B.S., Adesemuyi, E. A and Ojeniyi, S.O. (2015). Characterization, Classification and Evaluation of Selected Soils for Cassava Cultivation in Eastern Part of Akoko      Southwest Local Government Area, Ondo State. (Accepted for publication in the            Journal of Sustainable Agriculture and the Environment.  Vol. 15 (2):

 

 Thesis/dissertation:

       Adesemuyi E. A., (2007).  Use of Geographic Information Systems Techniques in Soil Mapping                    of the Federal University of Technology Akure Oil Palm Plantation (M Sc Project).

      Adesemuyi E.A., (1998). Response of Grain Amaranth (Amaranthus cruentus) to Nitrogen and          Phosphorus Fertilization (B Sc Project).

 

           RESEARCH INTEREST

Soil survey and land evaluation for sustainable agricultural production.

Effects of land use on soil properties.

 

CONFERENCES/WORKSHOPS  ATTENDED

1.      Soil Science Society of Nigeria (SSSN) - Annual Conference. 2011 – Date.

2.      SoilDoc System - A training workshop organized by the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (FMARD) on the use of Laboratory in a box Soil Test Kit held between 10th and 20th of August, 2015, Ibadan.

 

EXPERIENCE:

Post: Lecturer II

Department:  Soil Science and Meteorology, Michael Okpara University of Agriculture,

                         Umudike, Abia State.

Date:  2011 to date 

             Courses taught:

             Farm Practice (UGC 111, 121)

             Principles of Soil Science (SSA 212)

             Introduction to Pedology and Soil Physics SSA 311)

             Soil Chemistry and Microbiology (SSA 321)              

             Farm design, Survey and Land use planning (CCS 413)

             Agricultural Meteorology and Harvesting (CCS 414)

             Soil Genesis and Classification (SSA 512)

            Irrigation Agronomy and Wetland Management (SSA 522)

            Soil Physics (SSA 524)

             Soil Survey and Land use Planning (SSA 525)

             Students Project (Undergraduate)

            Student Seminar (SSA 501)

            Student Project (PGD)

            Student Seminar (PGD)

            Soil Genesis and Classification (SSA 712)

            Soil Survey and Land use Planning SSA 724)

 Other Assignment in the College;

             Exam Officer, 200L (Soil Science)

             SERVICOM  (College Rep.)

Membership of professional Bodies:

                                                Soil Science Society of Nigeria (SSSN)

                                                International Union of Soil Sciences (IUSS)

Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN)                

 

Co-curricular Activities: Federal Road Safety Corps (Special Marshal)

 

REFEREES:

             

(i)         Professor S.O. Ojeniyi
            Department of Crop, Soil and Pest Management,
            Federal University of Technology, Akure, Ondo State.

           

 (ii)        Dr. B.S. Ewulo   

Department of Crop, Soil and Pest Management,
      Federal University of Technology, Akure, Ondo State.

 

 (iii)      Professor V. E. Osodeke

Department of Soil Scienceand Meteorology,

 Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Abia State.