Engr. Mrs. E. E. Atimati, received her B. Eng degree Electrical and Electronic Engineering, from the University of Benin, Benin City and a Masters in Communication Engineering, from Federal University of Technology Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria in 2007 and 2012 respectively. She currently works as a Lecturer in the Federal University of Technology Owerri, and is pursuing her PhD degree in communication engineering at the University of Strathclyde, UK. Her research interest is in conducting purposeful research in wireless communication that can have a direct positive impact on her immediate community. She has great passion in grooming young engineers for the future and has worked corporately and personally towards encouraging young girls to achieve their hidden potentials. She has several technical publications and some gender related publications. She’s happily married with children.
- Bachelor of Engineering(2008)
- Masters in Engineering (2012)
- Schlumberger Faculty for the Future fellowship, 2018/19, for PhD, Electrical/Electronic Engineering, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK.
- Federal Government Scholarship for M.Sc programme, Federal University of Technology Owerri.
- Best Graduating Student in the Department of Elect/Elect Engineering 2002, ND, Auchi Polytechnic Auchi.
Membership of Professional Bodies
- Member IEEE, Membership no.: 90868127
- Member Nigerian Society of Engineers NSE, 2013. No.: 21853
- Member Council for the Regulation of Engineering COREN, 2016. No.: 32565
- Member Association of Professional Women Engineers Nigeria.
Course Code and Curses assigned to teach (2018/19):
- ECE 409: Multimedia Systems and Technologies;
- COE 513: Data Communication;
- ENG 214 -Computer Programming for Engineering Application;
- COE 514: Antenna Measurement and Design
Over ten years of teaching Experience in Federal University of Technology Owerri, Imo State.
Cognitive radios, Television White Space, Dynamic Spectrum Access (DSA), Software Defined Radios, Digital Signal Processing and Wireless Communication.
- Atimati E. E., Joe-Uzuegbu, Onojo J. O., Achumba I. E., Chukwudebe G. A. (2019), “Solar-Inverter System Design Strategies and Considerations”. 2019 IEEE PES/IAS PowerAfrica Conference, Abuja. August 2019.
- Agubor C. K., Akwukwuegbu I. O., Olubiwe M., Onyebuchi C. N., Atimati E. E., Akande A. O., Okozi S. O., Ezema L. S., Okeke C. B. (2019). “A Comprehensive Review on the Feasibility and Challenges of Millimeter Wave in Emerging 5G Mobile Communication”. Advances in Science, Technology and Engineering Systems Journal Vol. 4, No. 3, 138-144. May 2019
- Atimati E. E., Ezema L. S., Agubor C. K. and Iwuchukwu U. C. (2019). “Towards Vehicular Controlled Robots Using HandHeld Gestures” Proceedings of 2019 IEEE 1st International Conference on Mechatronics, Automation and Cyber-Physical Computer System (IEEE MAC 2019)March 2019. Pg 218 – 224.
- Atimati E. E., Ezema L. S., Iwuchukwu U. C., Paulinus-Nwammuo C. F., Ezugwu O. (2019) Reliability Indices Evaluation of Distribution Networks for Automation. International Journal of Power Systems, Vol. 4. Pgs 14 – 21.
- Agubor C. K., Atimati E. E. and Akande A. O (2018). “5G Wireless Network Mobility Management and Security Issues: An Overview of Existing Technologies”. FUTO Journal Series (FUTOJNLS) Volume-4, Issue-2, pp- 84 – 93. Dec. 2018.
- B. U. Obulor, E. E. Atimati, U. C. Iwuchukwu, C.K.A. Joe-Uzuegbu, L. S. Ezema (2017). “Performance Evaluation of Ahoada and Egi Power Distribution Networks For Smart Grid Automation” Proceedings of 2017 IEEE 3rd International Conference on Electro-Technology for National Development (NIGERCON 2017) Nov. 2017. Pg 1067 – 1074
- L. S. Ezema, E. E. Atimati, G. Ononiwu, N.C. Oniekwusi and W. E. Mbonu (2017) “Conceptual Framework for Mobile Location-Based Services (LBS) in Nigeria”. Proceedings of 2017 IEEE 3rd International Conference on Electro-Technology for National Development (NIGERCON 2017) Nov. 2017.
- Iwuchukwu, U.C, Opara, F.K., Atimati, E.E, Ezeh, G.N, Agubor, C.K. (2017). “Design of an Adapted Cloud using Stack Ops Distro Community Edition”. IEEE EXPLORE (NIGERCON 2017) Nov. 2017. Pg 525 – 531
- Iwuchukwu, U.C., Atimati, E.E., Ndukwe C.I., Iwuamadi O. C. (2017). “The State Of Cloud Computing In Nigeria”. IOSR Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (IOSR-JEEE), Volume 12, Issue 3 Ver. 2 (May. – June. 2017). Pg. 84 – 93.
- Agubor C.K.*, Chukwuchekwa N.C, Atimati E.E., Iwuchukwu U.C., Ononiwu G.C. (2016). “Network Performance and Quality of Service Evaluation Of GSM Providers In Nigeria: A Case Study of Lagos State”. International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology, Vol 3(9). Sept. 2016 pg 256 – 263
- E. E. Atimati, L. S. Ezema, G. N. Ezeh, U. C. Iwuchukwu, C. K. Agubor (2015), “A Survey on the Availability of TV White Spaces in Eastern Nigeria. (FUT Owerri, As Case Study)”. International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 6, Issue 12, December-2015. pg 609 – 614
- U. M. Mbanaso, G. A. Chukwudebe and E. E. Atimati (2015), “Nigeria’s Evolving Presence in Cyberspace”. The African Journal of Information and Communication, ISSUE 15, Thematic Edition.Johannesburg South Africa. Pg 106 – 113.
- Agubor, C. K., Nosiri, O. C., Ononiwu, G. C., Atimati, E. E & Onyishi, D. U. (2015), “Techniques in Performance Improvement of Mobile Wireless Communication Systems – A Review”. European Journal of Engineering and Technology. Vol. 3 No. 3, Progressive Academic Publishing, UK. Pg 88 – 100
- U. M. Mbanaso, G. A. Chukwudebe and E. E. Atimati (2015), “A Critical Assessment of Nigerian Presence on the cyberspace”. CyberAbuja 2015 conference and workshop. 4th – 7th November 2015
- G. Chukwudebe and E. E. Atimati (2014), “The impact of E-Governance and ICT Infrastructure on Sustainable Economic Development”. World Engineering Conference on Sustainable Infrastructure WECSI Nov. 2014. Best presented paper award.
- E. E. Atimati, G. A. Chukwudebe and U. C. Iwuchukwu (2013), “Analysis of Spectrum Maximization of Advanced Modulation and Coding Techniques”. Proceedings of 2013 IEEE International Conference on Emerging & Sustainable Technologies for Power & ICT in a Developing Society (NIGERCON). Pg 59-67