Mr Nosakhare William Akhionbare

Mr Nosakhare William Akhionbare

Assistant Lecturer

 


Area of Specialization

  • M.Sc. Project Management Technology, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, (2008).
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA), University of Benin, Benin City (1987).
  • B.Sc. (Hons.) Chemical Engineering, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife (1981).
  • Diploma in Agriculture, School of Agriculture Akure (1976).
  • WASC, Edo College, Benin City (1973).
  • Registered Engineer with COREN (R.6988).

Membership of professional bodies

  • Member, Nigerian Society of Engineers, NSE.
  • Member, Nigerian Society of Chemical Engineers, NSChE.
  • Consultant: European Union (EU)/FGN Microprojects Scheme for Six States (MPP6) in Imo State, 2004- 2008.

Publications

  • Akhionbare, S.M.O., Nwoke-Ekpo, O.A., Akhionbare, W.N. and Ac-Chukwuocha, N. (2009), “Effect of Temperature and Time on the Pyrolysis of Low-Density Polyethylene in Waste Management”, Global Journal of Engineering and Technology (GJET), Calcutta, Vol 2 (2):263-269.
  • Akhionbare, W.N., Ukwuoma, F.P.O. and Akhionbare, S.M.O. (2010), “Environmental Impact Analysis of a Water Supply Project – The Case of Ikpoba River Dam Waterworks, Benin City, Nigeria”, Journal of Applied Sciences Research, INSInet Publication, Punjab, Pakistan, 6((12): 2081 – 2084.
  • Akhionbare, S.M.O., Ebe, T. E., Akhionbare, W.N. and Ac-Chukwuocha, N. (2010), “Heavy Metal Uptake by Corn (Zea mays) Grown on Contaminated Soil”, Research Journal of Agriculture and Biological Sciences, INSInet Publication, Punjab, Pakistan, 6(6): 993 – 997.
  • Akhionbare, W.N. and Akhionbare, S.M.O. (2009), “Institutional Challenges in Water Supply Development and Sustainability in Developing Countries (A Case of Edo State of Nigeria)”, Inter-world Journal of Science and Technology, Vol. 6 (5): 350-360.
  • Akhionbare, S.M.O.; Akhionbare, W.N. and Ubuoh, E.A. (2010), “Determination of the Susceptibility of Otamiri River to Pollution by Watershed Activities”, Global Journal of Engineering and Technology (GJET), Calcutta, India, Vol. 3 (3): 467 – 480.
  • Ubuoh, E.A., Akande, S.O., Anyadike, R.N.C., Akhionbare, W.N., Igbojionu, D.O., Njoku, J.D. and Akhionbare, S.M.O. (2010), “Atmospheric Corrosion of Roofs in Selected Parts of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria”, Global Journal of Engineering and Technology (GJET), Calcutta, India Vol. 3 (2), 317 – 324.
  • Akhionbare, S.M.O. and W.N. Akhionbare (2004), “Effect of Impoundment on the Temperature-Oxygen Regime of Ikpoba River, Nigeria”, International Research Journal in Engineering, Science and Technology (IREJEST), 1(1): p 46 – 58.
  • Akhionbare, S.M.O., Nwaogwugwu, C.D., Uzor, U.E.Q. and Akhionbare W.N. (2008), “The Use of Pyrolysis in the Management of Waste Low-Density Polyethylene Water Satchets”, International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences (IJNAS), 4 (3): 348-352.
  • Akhionbare, S.M.O. and W.N. Akhionbare (2005), “The Composition, Seasonal Variation and Distribution of Bacteria in a Small West African Lake”, International Research Journal in Engineering, Science and Technology, IREJEST, 2 (1): p 102-110.
  • Ac-Chukwuocha, N., Akhionbare, S.M.O., Akhionbare, W.N. and Chukwuocha, A.C. (2008), “Source Water Assessment: An Imperative for Protection of Public Water Supply”, International Journal of Geography and Regional Planning (IJGRP), Vol. 1 (1): 33-36.
  • Akhionbare, S.M.O., Okieimen, F.E. and Akhionbare, W.N. (2002), “Appropriate Water Treatment Systems for Owan Community, Nigeria”, Accepted for publication by Nigerian Journal of Applied Sciences (NJAS), Benin City.

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