EMMANUEL APOYI OGUJOR
Engr. Emmanuel Apoyi OGUJOR is a Professor of Electrical/Electronic Engineering (Power Systems and Machines Engineering Specialty) in the Department of Electrical/Electronic Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria. He obtained the National Diploma in Electrical/Electronic Engineering from Auchi Polytechnic, Auchi; B.Eng. (Hons.) - Electrical/Electronic Engineering, M. Eng. and PhD degrees in Power Systems and Machines Engineering from the University of Benin, Nigeria. In 1999, he joined the services of the University of Benin as a Graduate Assistant and rose steadily with one accelerated promotion to become a Professor in 2013. He has published over fifty (50) research papers in both national and international peer-reviewed journals with focus on Power Engineering, Reliability/Protection, demand side management and Non-Conventional Energy Resources. He has being a resource person in training workshops and a reviewer/member of the Editorial Boards of several national and international peer-reviewed journals. Engr. Prof. Ogujor has over sixteen years of field experience in Power Engineering Research and Teaching that has attracted several commendation letters. He has also supervised several Undergraduate, Masters, Doctoral students’ research work and a Visiting Professor to some Nigeria Universities. An acting Head of Department from March,2010 to June,2012; Chairman of the Federal University of Petroleum Resources’ Electrical Power Committee that successfully connected the University’s network to the national grid that hitherto has burnt three 2.5 MVA,33/11 kV transformers; Coordinator of the Diploma in Computer Engineering (DICE) Programme in the 2006/2007 and 2007/2008 Academic Sessions; Chairman of the University of Benin Committee on Electrical Supply Problems from July 1st, 2013 to June 30th, 2014 and the Faculty of Engineering Representative in School of Postgraduate Board from June, 2012 to March,2014 etc. He is a member of the Nigerian Society of Engineers (MNSE), Nigerian Institute of Biomedical Engineering (MNIBE), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (MIEEE) and the Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN).He is married with children.
(1) Ogujor, E.A and Ubeku, E.U (2004) “Improving Automatic Voltage Stabiliser Performance in highly Inflammable Environment” Journal of Electrical/Electronic Engineering (JEEE). 9(1):52-59.
(2) Ogujor, E.A and Kuale, P.A (2007) “Reliability-Based Electricity Billing System” Journal of Electrical/Electronic Engineering (JEEE). 11(1): 22-29.
(3) Ogujor, E.A and Kuale, P.A (2007) “Using Reliability Indices-Markov Model in Electric Power Distribution Reliability Assessment” International Journal of Electrical and Power Engineering (IJEPE). 1(4): 416-420.
(4) Ogujor, E.A and Kuale, P.A (2007) “Fault Events Reduction in Electric Power Distribution Reliability Assessment using Pareto Analysis” International Journal of Electrical and Power Engineering IJEPE). 1(4): 463-467.
(5) Ogujor, E.A, Ubeku, E.U and Aikhoje, P.T (2008) “Application of Pareto Analysis to Faults Identification in Electrical Distribution Network: A Case Study of Ugbowo 11kV Feeder, Benin City, Nigeria” Advances in Materials and System Technologies II. 62-64:75-81.
(6) Ubeku, E.U and Ogujor, E.A (2008) “Design and Parameter Estimation of a Three-Phase Induction Motor Using a User-Interactive Computer Programme” Advances in Materials and System Technologies II. 62-64: 126-134.
(7) Ogujor, E.A. and P.O. Otasowie (2010). “The impact of the Pre-Paid Meter on Revenue Generation in Nigeria”. The Pacific Journal of Science and Technology (PJST).11 (1):138-142.
(8) Omorogiuwa E. and Ogujor E.A (2012) “Determination of Bus Voltages, Power losses and flows in the Nigeria 330 kV Integrated Power System” International Journal of Advances in Engineering & Technology. 4 (1): 94-106.
(9) Ogujor E.A., Olalekan D. and Esenogho E. (2013) “Load Flow Simulation for Loss Minimization in Power Systems” Journal of the Nigerian Association of Mathematical Physics (NAMP).23:409-416.
(10) Ogujor A. E, Esenogho E. and Esekhile A. A. (Accepted: May, 2013) “Effect of Second Hand (Used) Equipment on Electrical Power Demand: A Study of Selected Residents in University of Benin” The University of Benin Journal of Science and Technology. 2(1): 57-61
(11) Ogujor A. E., Omoruyi S., Idiagi S. N. (2013) “Electric Power Demand Congestion Management in the Nigeria 330 kV Transmission Ring Network” .The Journal of the Nigerian Institution of Production Engineers (NIPRODE).14: 134-146.
(12) Ogujor A. E. and Amaize P. A. (2013) “Simulating Three-Phase Induction Motor Performance under Unbalance Voltage Condition” Engineering and Technology Quarterly Journal (ETQJ).1(1):11-21.
(13) Ogujor A. E, Esenogho E. and Esekhile A. A. (2013) “Effect of Second Hand (Used) Equipment on Electrical Power Demand: A Study of Selected Residents in University of Benin” The University of Benin Journal of Science and Technology. 2(1): 57-61.
(14) Michael S. Okundamiya, Joy O. Emagbetere, and Emmanuel A. Ogujor (2014) “Design and control strategy for a hybrid green energy system for mobile telecommunication sites” Journal of Power Sources (ELSEVIER), 257: 335-343.
(15) Otuagoma, S.O., Ogujor E. A. and Kuale, P.A. (2015) “Comparative Measurement of Stream Flow in the Ethiope River for Small Hydro Power Development” Nigerian Journal of Technology.34(1): 184-192.