Brief Profile

Dr. Dayo Reuben AREMU

POSITION/STATUS:  LECTURER I

FACULTY: Communication and Information Science

DEPARTMENT:   Computer Science

OFFICE:PHONE:  +2348033608919

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EDUCATION:

·    Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Computer Science (2008) - University of Zululand, KwaDlangezwa, South Africa.
·    M.Sc. Mathematics, Option in Computer Science (1998) -  University of Ilorin, Nigeria.
·    B.Sc. (Hons). Mathematics (1989) -  University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria.
·    West African School Certificate (1981)  – West African Examination Council

AWARD AND HONOURS:
·    National Research Foundation (NRF) Scholarship Award for Ph. D. Degree Programme (2005 – 2007) - Centre of Excellence (CoE), University of Zululand, South Africa.
·    Staff Development Award to undertake Ph. D. studies in Computer Science at University of Zululand, South Africa (2005 – 2009) -  University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria.
 


PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: SOFTWARE ENGINEERING, GRID COMPUTING, MOBILE COMPUTING WEB SERVICES AND INFORMATION SECURITY.


PUBLICATIONS:

(1)    Aremu D. R. & Adesina O. O., (2011) “Web Services: A Solution To Interoperability Problems In Sharing Grid Resources”, ARPN International Journal of Systems and Software Vol.1 No.4, July 2011. Published by ARPN publisher www.scientific-journals.org (International). 

(2)    Aremu D. R., (2011), “Incentives for Resource Sharing and Cooperation in Grid Computing System” , International Journal of Current Research, Special issue, August, 2011. Published by IJCR publisher www.journalcra.com (International).

(3)    Adesina O, O, & Aremu D. R. (2011)  “Framework for Integrating Software Applications in Grid Computing Environment”, International Journal of Current Research, Vol. 3, Issue, 8, pp.082-089,August, 2011. Published by IJCR publisher www.journalcra.com (International).

(4)    Aremu D. R,. (2009) “Towards An Optimal Coordination Framework for Sharing Resources in a Grid Computing Environment“ABACUS Journal of  Mathematical Association of Nigeria Vol. 36 No.2 Pages 108 -113. Published by Mathematical Association of Nigeria (National).

(5)    Aremu D. R,. (2003) “An Object-Oriented Database Management System Design for Nigerian Drug Revolving Scheme” ABACUS Journal of  Mathematical Association of Nigeria Vol. 31 No.2A Pages 136 -143. Published by Mathematical Association of Nigeria (National).

(6)    Aremu D. R,. (2003) “Some Basic Subroutines for Computing the Spectrum of an Algebraic Eigen-Value Problem”, Nigerian Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences Vol. 18 Pages 1516 – 1527. Published by Faculty of Science, University of Ilorin, Nigeria (Home – Based).

(7)    Aremu D. R., (2003) “A Conversion Studies of  Disk Operating System Utilities”.  Nigerian Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences Vol. 18 Pages 1542 – 1548.  Published by Faculty of Science, University of Ilorin, Nigeria (Home – Based).

(B).    Accepted Journal Paper for Publication:

(8)    Aremu D. R., (2011) “Cooperative Market for Trading Grid Resources”.  International Journal of Information Processing and Communication. Manuscript Number: 0013/11 (International).

(C).    Edited Conference Proceedings:

(9)    SALAKO R. J. & Aremu D. R. (2011) “Comparative Study of Software Complexities of Tree Search Algorithms ”Proceeding of The 2011 International Conference On Grid Computing & Applications.WORLDCOMP’2011. Las Vegas Nevada, USA.(International)

(10)    ADESINA O. O.  & Aremu D. R. (2011) “Software Infrastructure for Grid Computing ” Proceeding of The 2011 International Conference On Grid Computing & Applications.WORLDCOMP’2011. Las Vegas Nevada, USA (International).

(11)    Aremu D. R. & M. O. Adigun, (2008), “ A Coordination Framework for Sharing Grid Resources” Proceeding of The 2008 International Conference On Grid Computing & Applications, WORLDCOMP’08. Las Vegas Nevada, USA (International).

(12)    Aremu D. R. & M. O. Adigun, (2007) “A Grid-Enabled e-Business Resource Sharing Model in a  Cooperative Market Setting ”  Proceeding of The 2007 International Conference On Grid Computing & Applications. Pages 25 - 31 WORLDCOMP’07. Las Vegas Nevada, USA (International),