FELIX AIBUEDEFE AISIEN

Designation: 
Engineer
Qualifications: 
B. Sc. (Biochemistry), PGD. M. Eng. and Ph.D (Chemical Engineering) in 2003 from University of Benin.
Sex: 
Male
Biography: 

He is a Scientist and an Engineer involved in Chemical and Environmental Engineering teaching, researching and consultancy with the Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Benin, Benin City. He obtained B. Sc. (Biochemistry), PGD. M. Eng. and Ph.D (Chemical Engineering) in 2003 from University of Benin. He has about one hundred scientific research publications to his credit both in local, national and international Journals. He is a peer review for Waste Management Journal, USA. Academic Science Research Journals, Italy, African Journal of Biotechnology, African Journal of Food Science, Nairobi, Kenya., and International Journal of Engineering Research in Africa. His research, teaching and consultant interest areas includes: Solid and liquid waste management, Environmental management and control, Water, Soil and air Pollution management and control, Corrosion Engineering and Renewable Energy Studies, Materials Recycling, Material and Energy auditing, Separation Processes and Biochemical Processes. He had held so many administrative positions including Chairman and members of some committees, boards and governing councils within and outside the University. He is currently the Dean, Faculty of Engineering, University of Benin, Benin City. He is a member of Nigerian Society of Chemical Engineers (NSChE), Nigerian Institute of Biomedical Engineering (NIBE), Solar Energy Society of Nigeria (SESN), New York Academy of Science and World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology (WASET) and Regd. Engr. COREN.

Salutation: 
Prof
Faculty: 
Faculty of Engineering
Publications: 

1 Aisien, F.A.; Hymore F.K. and Ebewele, R.O. (2003) “Potential Application of Recycled Rubber in Oil Pollution Control” Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 85: No 2. pp.175-190. Kluwer Academic Publishers Netherlands.
2 Aisien, F.A.; Hymore F.K. and Ebewele, R.O. (2006) “Comparative Absorption of Crude Oil from Fresh and Marine Water Using Recycled Rubber” Journal of Environmental Engineering. Vol. 132, No. 9. ASCE publication. pp. 1078 – 1081.
3 Aisien, F. A.; Okeke U. F. and Aisien, E. T. (2007) “Recycling of Discarded Sachet Water Bags (LDPE) to Useful Home Utensil (Bowl)” The Journal of the Nigerian Institution of Production Engineers, Vol. 8, pp. 258 – 266.
4 Aisien, F. A. and Aisien, E.T. (2008) “Low Cost Biogas Unit for rural Populaces in Nigeria” Nigerian Journal of Biomedical Engineering. Vol. 6, No.1. pp. 46 – 50.
5 Audu, T.O.K.; Aisien, F. A. and Eyawo, E.O. (2003) “Biogas from Municipal Solid Waste Nigeria Journal of Engineering Management, Vol. 4, No.1, pp. 26-30.
6 Aisien, F. A.; Odafin, C. A. and Aisien, E. T. (2007) “Application of Cassava Wastewater Sludge as a Liquid Fertilizer” Journal of Civil and Environmental Systems Engineering. Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 31 – 39.
7 Aisien, E. T.; Usi U. C.; Olafuyi, O. A.; and Aisien, F. A. (2007) “Biogas from Palm Oil Mill Effluent” Journal of Civil and Environmental Systems Engineering. Vol. 8, No. 1,pp. 65 – 72.
8 Aisien, F. A., Aguye, M. D. and Aisien, E. T. (2010) “Blending of Ethanol from Cassava Waste Water with Gasoline as a Source of Automobile Fuel” Electronic Journal of Environmental, Agricultural and Food Chemistry Vol. 9,(8) pp. 445 – 450.
9Aisien, F. A., Faleye, O. and Aisien, E.T. (2010) “Phytoremediation of Heavy Metals in Aqueous Solutions” Leonardo Journal of Sciences, Issue 17, pp 37 – 46.
10 Aisien, F. A. and Aisien, E. T. (2010) “Kinetic Model for Used Oil Absorption using Recycled Rubber from Scrap Tyres” Electronic Journal of Environmental, Agricultural and Food Chemistry Vol. 9,(11) pp. 1731 – 1738.
11 Aisien, F. A., Ebewele, R. O. and Hymore, F. K. (2011) “Mathematical Model of Sorption Kinetics of Crude Oil by Rubber Particles from Scrap Tyres” Leonardo Journal of Sciences, Issue 18, pp. 85 – 96.
12 Aisien, F. A. and Aisien, E. T. (2012) “Application of Activated Recycled Rubber from Used Tyres in Oil Spill Cleanup” Turkish Journal of Engineering and Environmental Sciences Vol. 36, No. 2 pp. 171 – 177.
13 Aisien, F.A., Oboh I. O. and Aisien, E.T. (2012) “Phytotechnology - Remediation of Inorganic Contaminants ‘’ In: Naser et al (Eds.) Phytotechnologies: Remediation of Environmental Contaminants, CRC Press, Florida, USA. pp.75 - 82.
14 Aisien, F. A.; Amenaghawon, N. A. and Akhidenor, S. A. (2013) “Adsorption of Ethylbeneze from Aqueous Solution Using Recycled Rubber from Scrap Tyre” Journal of Scientific Research & Reports 2 (2) 497 – 512.
15 Aisien, F. A.; Amenaghawon, N. A. and Onyekezine, F. D. (2013) “Roofing sheets produced from cassava stalks and corn cobs: Evaluation of physical and mechanical properties” International Journal of Scientific research in knowledge (IJSRK). 1 (12) 521 – 527.
16 Oghenejoboh, K. M.; Aisien, F. A. and Ihoeghian, N. (2013) “Photocatalytic degradation of chlorobenzene in aqueous solutions - Comparison of TiO2 and periwinkle and snail shells’ powder as photo catalyst” British Journal of Applied Science & Technology, 4 (5), 1 – 1.
17 Aisien, F. A.; Amenaghawon, A. N. and Adeboyejo, A. R. (2013) “Application of recycled rubber from scrap tire in the removal of phenol from aqueous solution” Pacific Journal of Science and Technology. 14(2):330-341.
18 Amenaghawon, N. A., Aisien, F. A. and Agho, O. E. (2013) “Application of Recycled Rubber from Scrap Tyres in the Adsorption of Toluene from Aqueous Solution Journal of Applied Science Environ. Manage. Vol. 17 (3) pp. 411 – 417.
19 Aisien, F. A.; Amenaghawon, A. N. and Assogba, M. (2014) “Heterogeneous photocatalytic degradation of naphthalene using Periwinkle shell ash: Effect of operating variables, kinetic and isotherm study” South African Journal of Chemical Engineering vol. 19, No. 1, 31 – 45.
20 Aisien, E.T.; Aisien, F.A. and Okoduwa, G. I. (2015) “Improved Quality of Abattoir Wastewater through Phytoremediation‘’ In: Sarvajeet et al. (Eds Phytoremediation: Management of Environmental Contaminants Volume 1, Springer Press, New York, USA.