Lecturer II, Software Engineering Department

Dr Charles O. Ikerionwu

Dr Charles O. Ikerionwu

Lecturer II

PhD-MCA-MSc-(IT)-AD(IT)-BSc.

Email: charles.ikerionwu@futo.edu.ng

Biography

Charles Ikerionwu is a Lecturer and Researcher at the School of Computing and Information Technology. He holds a PhD in Software Engineering from Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland, UK; BSc, MSc(IT) and MCA from Panjab University, and Punjab Technical University, India.  He had a successful involvement in the IT industries before joining academia. He has won several research grants centred on solving problems through core computing. Charles offers consultancy services for BPO-IT and DevOps. His current research interests include but not limited to Software process improvement, Machine learning, Data Science, IoT and Blockchain technology.

Qualifications
Honours/Awards
Affiliations
Courses Assigned to Teach
Experience
Research Interest
Publications

Academic Qualification

PhD, MCA, MSc (IT), AD(IT),BSc

Honours/Awards

National Information Technology Development Agency’s (NITDA) 2010/2011 PhD scholarship. Through exam and interview, I won the single seat for South East geo-political zone.

Won research grant from TetFund

Membership of Professional Bodies

  • Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (MIEEE)
  • British Computer Society (MBCS)
  • Association of Outsourcing Professionals of Nigeria (MAOPN)
  • International Council on Systems Engineering (MINCOSE)
  • Computer Professionals Registration Council of Nigeria (MCPN)
  • Nigeria Computer Society (MNCS)

Courses Assigned to Teach

  • 501: Software Engineering
  • CIT  305: Introduction to Software Engineering
  • IMT 405: Web Design and Programming
  • IMT 505: Web Server Administration
  • IMT 305: Procedural programming
  • IMT 902: Software Design and Implementation
  • IMT 905: Advanced Computer Graphics
  • IMT 813: Object-Oriented Programming
  • IMT 705: Computer Architecture

Work Experience

  • Lecturer & Researcher: 2009 – present
  • School of information and communication technology, FUTO
  • Lecturer: INTO Glasgow Caledonian University, UK 2015-2016
  • Department of computing
  • Lecturer & Researcher: Glasgow Caledonian University, UK 2011-2016
  • Software Application Developer: Clazbyte Integrated Technologies, Lagos. 2006-2008
  • Lecturer: Lighthouse Polytechnic, Benin. Nigeria. 2004-2005
  • Hardware Engineer: Prime Technologies, East of Kailash, New Delhi 2001-2004
  • Human Resources manager: Egbe Electronics Ltd, Lagos. 1993-1997

Research Interest

Software process improvement, IoT, Machine learning, Blockchain, Data Science.

Publications

  1. Adu, Folashade,  Ikerionwu Charles & Henry Nonyelu (2020) Classification Method For Mitigating Phishy E-Mails. International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, Volume 10, Issue 2. DOI: 10.29322/IJSRP.10.02.2020.p98107
  2. C. Etus, G.C. Eheduru, U.F. Eze, C.O. Ikerionwu, & O.Nwokonkwo  (2019). Development of Hybrid Result Processing and Management System for Nigerian Universities. International Journal of Innovative Research and Development. Vol.7(8). DOI: 10.24940/ijird/2019/v8/i7/JUL19040
  3. Okpala Izunna & Ikerionwu Charles (2019) Decision-Making Framework Using a Growth Hacking Model for Computerized Decision Support. International Journal of Systems Science and Applied Mathematics. Vol. 4, No. 2, 2019, pp. 24-30.
  4. B. C. Asiegbu, C. O. Ikerionwu and N. C. Ajanwachuku (2019), An Intrusion Detection System using Support Vector Machine and Infinite Latent Feature Selection Approach. Afr. J. Comp. & ICT Vol. 12, No. 3, September 2019, pp. 74 – 84
  5. Ikenna Uzoma Ajere and Charles Ikerionwu (2019), A Survey of Wireless Communication Technologies for IoT-based Health Care Systems. Afr. J. Comp. & ICT Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 1 – 18. ISSN 2006-1781
  6. C. Etus, G.C. Eheduru, U.F. Eze, C.O. Ikerionwu, & O.Nwokonkwo  (2019). Multivariate Analysis of Performance of Hybrid Result System Model for Nigerian Universities. International Journal of Science & Technology. Vol.7(7). DOI: 10.24940/theijst/2019/v7/i7/ST1907-021
  7. Ikerionwu C. & Isonkobong C. (2018). The Application of Selective Image Compression Techniques, Journal of Software EngineeringVol. 6, No. 4, 2018, pp. 116-120. DOI: 10.11648/j.se.20180604.12.  
  8. Anyiam, K., Ikerionwu, C. & Nwandikom, U. (2018). Business-to-Customer (B2C) Multi-Shop E-commerce Application. International Journal of Research in Information Technology. Vol. 6 No. 2 12-22. (IJRIT). ISSN:2001-5569. 21st October.

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