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Chrisland University’s 2nd Inaugural Lecture to focus on scaling computing metaphors
 
From: CEOAFRICA REPORTER: Boluwatife Oparinde
Thu, 20 Jun 2024   ||   Nigeria,
 

Chrisland University Owode, Abeokuta, Ogun State Nigeria is set to hold her 2nd inaugural lecture titled “‘Who Are These That Fly As Cloud?’ Scaling Computing Metaphors”.

Scheduled to hold at the University's auditorium on Thursday 18th July 2024 by 11am, the inaugural lecture which is set to scale computing metaphors will be delivered by the Inaugural lecturer, Prof. Isaac Ayodeji Odun-Ayo.

Prof. Odun-Ayo graduated from the University of Benin for a Diploma in Data Processing, after which he also bagged a BSc in Computer Science in 1993. He went further acquiring an MSc degree in 1998 and a PhD in 2014 in the same course and same University. Sometimes in 2008, the scholar had attended the National Defence University, Beijing, China, for a Diploma in Defence and Strategic Studies.

His interests surround Cloud Computing, Data Analysis etc. with expertise in cloud computing, virtualization, information security, network security, applied artificial intelligence, advanced machine learning, computer networks security etc.

With a professional summary of Systematic mapping studies in cloud computing, he has over 70 scholarly publications and has supervised quite a lot of graduate and postgraduate students in his chosen area of expertise. In 2022, he was appointed as Head of Department, Computer Science at Chrisland University.

He has wealth of academic experience spanning over two decades from other reputable organizations including Covenant University, Ota where he has held several top positions among them, as member, Covenant University Administrative Board.

Hosting this event is the university’s Vice Chancellor, Prof. (Mrs) Chinedum Peace Babalola. Members of the university Community, friends and well-wishers are invited to this outstanding event as the lecture promises to shed light on scaling computing metaphors.

 

 

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