Dr. Philip Oguntunde

Country of current residence

Nigeria

Current position

Deputy Vice Chancellor (Development), Professor of Agricultural & Environmental Engineering

Current institute employer

Federal University of Technology, Akure

Since

1996

Till

-

Previous positions

Post-doc at TU Delft, Netherlands

Awards

DAAD Scholarship, 2000-2004 Water Research Grant, TU Delft: 2004-2005 WOTRO Partinership grant, 2005-2006

Professional memberships

Nigerian Society of Engineers; Nigerian Institution of Agricultural Engineers; American Society of Civil Engineers; COREN Registered (Nigeria)

Skills

GIS based modelling MATLAB, SPSS, Suffer

Profession

Hydrologist

Specialisation

Water Management/ Ecohydrology

Degrees / expertise

Bachelor of Agricultural Engineering (First class hon., 1994), Master of Soil and Water Engineering (Distinction, 1998) from the Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria

 

Dr. ing. (University Bonn, Germany)

Professional experience

Engineer II. Plateau State, Nigeria (1994-95); Graduate Assistant (1996-98); Assistant Lecturer (1998-till date ), School of Engineering, Federal University of Technology, Akure.

 

Member of the Nigerian Society of Engineers, Member Nigerian Institution of Agricultural Engineers

2006

Oguntunde, P.G., A. E. Ajayi and N. van de Giesen.  2006.  Tillage and surface moisture effects on bare-soil albedo.  Soil and Tillage Research, 85   : 107-114   .

2005

Oguntunde, P.G.  2005.  Whole-plant water use and canopy conductance of cassava under limited available soil water and varying evaporative demand.  Plant and Soil, 278   : 371-383   .

2004

Oguntunde, P.  2004.  Allocating Water Resources for Agricultural and Economic Development in the Volta River Basin.  Doctoral thesis at  Faculty of Agriculture, University of Bonn.  Further Information
Oguntunde, P.G., M. Fosu, A. E. Ajayi and N. van de Giesen.  2004.  Effects of charcoal production on maize yield, chemical properties and texture of soil.  Biology and Fertility of soils, 39   : 295-299   .
Oguntunde, P.G., N. van de Giesen, P.L.G. Vlek and H. Eggers.  2004.  Water flux in a cashew orchard during a wet-to-dry transition period: analysis of sap flow and eddy correlation measurements.  Earth Interactions, 8 (15)   : 1-17   .

2000

Olufayo, A. A. and P.G. Oguntunde.  2000.  Leaf temperature, growth and biomass yield of maize under differential water applications.  Journal of Applied Science, 3 (2)   : 952-966   .
Olufayo, A.A. and P.G. Oguntunde.  2000.  Estimating Evapotranspiration Potentials Under Tropical Conditions of Africa.  Journal of Agricultural Engineering, 36 (4)   : 49-57   .

1999

Oguntunde, P.G. and A.A. Olufayo.  1999.  Impact of weather parameters on some models to predicting Potential Evapotranspiration.  West Indian Journal of Engineering, 22 (1)   : 1-10   .
Oguntunde, P.G., F.I. Alao and A.A. Olufayo.  1999.  Sensitivity and error analysis of Blaney-Morin-Nigeria Evapotranspiration Model.  Nigerian Journal of Mathematical Physics, 3   : 350-359   .

Additionals, Curriculum Vitae
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Research themes
  • Ecosystem services
Research countries
  • Ghana
Professional experience
Engineer II. Plateau State, Nigeria (1994-95); Graduate Assistant (1996-98); Assistant Lecturer (1998-till date ), School of Engineering, Federal University of Technology, Akure. Member of the Nigerian Society of Engineers, Member Nigerian Institution of Agricultural Engineers
Degrees

Bachelor of Agricultural Engineering (First class hon., 1994), Master of Soil and Water Engineering (Distinction, 1998) from the Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria

 

Dr. ing. (University Bonn, Germany)

Research partners

Water Management, TU Delft, Netherlands

Philip Oguntunde

Former Guest Researcher

Former Department :
ZEFConsult

Office E-Mail:
pgoguntunde(at)futa.edu.ng