Prof. OGBOGU SAMMY O. E.

B Tech., M Sc., PhD.

Prof.OgboguProf. OGBOGU SAMMY O. E.

Professor

Biography

Ogbogu S. O. E. is a chartered Electrical Engineer who is currently a Professor of Power and Control Engineering in Electrical Electronic Engineering, Federal University of Technology, Owerri. He is an external examiner in both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in a good number of universities in Nigeria. He has to his credit a few books in Control Engineering and Basic Electrical Electronic Engineering as well as Power Electronics and Motor Control. He is also a visiting professor to some universities. He has supervised and produced a number of PhD candidates. He has been in the accreditation team for both COREN and NUC to a few high institutions.

Academic and Professional Qualification

  • B.Tech University of Bradford, United Kingdom. (1981)
  • M.sc University of Bradford, United Kingdom. (1981)
  • PhD University of Bradford, United Kingdom. (1986)

Membership of professional bodies

  • Member, Nigeria Society of Engineers
  • Member, Institute of Electrical Engineering, U.K.
  • Senior Member, Institute of Electrical Electronic Engineers (USA).
  • Member, Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria.
  • Associate Member, Institute of Measurement and Control

Publications

  • Factors Affecting Electromagnetic Stirring of Molten Metal. Inter Research Journal in Engr. Sc. And Tech (IREJEST) Vol.4 No.2 2007.
  • Systems and Control Engineering. Text Book. 2006.
  • The Stability Region in Crude Oil and Gas Separation Process. Journal of Environmental Management and Education, Vol.2 No.1 August 2005.
  • Automatic Control Systems for Engineers. Text Book. 2004. Evaluating the Technology of Building a Small Wind Machine. African Journal of Engineering Research Vol. 1 No. 1 and 2, 2003.

Working Experience

Maintenance Engineer Ugo Chemical Industries, Onitsha. Instrument/Electrical Engineer NEPA, Ogorode, Sapele. Electrical Supervisor, Nigermike Limited, Warri.

 
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