ESPTAEE 2008 NATIONAL CONFERENCE 25 – 27 JUNE 2008, University of Nigeria, Nsukka

ESPTAEE 2008 NATIONAL CONFERENCE

PROGRAMME OF EVENTS

Wednesday 25 June 2008

 

8:00 – 09:00                REGISTRATION

 

09:00 – 1:30                OPENING AND PLENARY SESSION – Niger Hall CEC

 

09:00 – 09:05              Opening Prayer

                                    Ven. Rev. Engr. Dr. T.C. Madueme

 

09:05 – 09:15              Welcome address

                                    Engr. Dr. Ogbonnaya I. Okoro

 

09:15 – 09:30              Keynote address

                                    The Vice – Chancellor, University of Nigeria

 

09:30 – 10:00              Plenary session One

Prof. Alex O. Animalu, Emeritus Professor of Physics, University of Nigeria, Nsukka

 

10:00 – 10:30              Plenary session Two

Engr. Prof. Ogbonna U. Oparaku. Director, National Centre for Energy Research and Development, Universiy of Nigeria, Nsukka.

 

10:30 – 11:00              Plenary session Three

Prof. Val. O. Ekechukwu. Director, Research and Development, National Universities Commission(NUC), Abuja.

 

11:00 – 12:00              Discussions and Questions

 

12:00 – 1:30                Break/ Refreshments

 

 

 1:30 – 4:30         Technical Session One. Venue: Niger Hall CEC

 

Time

Communications, Electronics, Renewable Energy, Computer Science & Structure

                                                         Chair:  Engr. Dr. M. U. Agu

1:30

GSM SS7 Signaling Traffic Quantification

Engr. K.U. Ugwuanyi, University of Nigeria

2:00

Enhancing Broadband wireless access in Mobile networks using SMART antenna option as part of the millennium development goal(MDG)

Engr. C. Ihekweaba, Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike. P.

2:30

Renewable Resources in dispersed generation: Solution to Nigeria’s Electrc Energy crisis.

Engr. C. A. Nwosu, University of Nigeria. P.

3:00

Financial Fraud watch: A Neural network automatic fraud detection system.

Dr. F.S. Bakpo, University of Nigeria P.

3:30

Digital Electronics Primer with Practical Application.

Engr. E.J. Jiagbogu, Projects Development Institute(PRODA), Enugu

4:00

Using Neural Networks for Banking frauds detection: A feasibility study.

Dr. F.S. Bakpo, University of Nigeria P.

4:30

Dynamic analysis of one bay industrial building subjected to two degrees of freedom.

Engr. J.N. Ugwuanyi, University of Nigeria P.

6:00

 

 

Cock Tail Party at CEC quadrangle

(Please be punctual)

 

 

 

 Thursday, 26 June 2008

Technical Session Two. Venue: NCERD Conference Hall

 

Time

Electrical machines, Computer simulation and Control systems

                                                 Chair:   Engr. Dr. O.I.Okoro

9:00

MATLAB Simulation of Totally enclosed fan cooled(TEFC) Induction machine.

Engr. F.C. Okonkwo, Projects Development Institute(PRODA), Enugu P.

9:30

Applicability of Micro-controllers in process monitoring and control of manufacturing Engineering.

Engr. C.B. Mbachu, Anambra state University, Uli P.

10:00

Simulation of D.C. machines Transient Behaviours: Teaching and Research.

Engr. C.U. Ogbuka, University of Nigeria, Nsukka P.

10:30

Simulating Asynchronous Machine with Saturation effect.

Engr. E.J. Akpama, Cross River University of Technology, Calabar P.

11:00

Model-free predictive control of systems using self organizing polynomial neural networks.

Engr. O.M. Anubi, University of Lagos P.

11:30

A review of the application of the lumped parameter and finite-element methods in the Thermal analysis of electrical machines.

Engr. E.O.Nwangwu, Akanu Ibiam Federal Polytechnic, Unwana P.

12:00

Techniques for Improving the efficiency of Telecommunication Networks using MATLAB as a simulation Tool; Case Study: Fuzzy logic controlled Asynchronous Transfer Mode Transmission network.

Engr. C. Ihekweaba, Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike P.

 

12:30- 1:30

 

 

 

Tea Break

 

 

 Thursday, 26 June 2008

Technical Session Three. Venue: NCERD Conference Hall

 

Time

Electrical Machines, Power Systems and Renewable Energy

                                           Chair:   Engr. Prof. S.T. Wara

1:30

Impact and Assessment of Solar Photovoltaic systems in Kpassa community, Ghana.

Engr. S.O. Nwaogaidu, University of Oldenburg, Germany P.

2:00

Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution.

Engr. Dr. Ralph C. Ezeoma, Chevron Nigeria Limited, Lagos P.

2:30

Data-Based Analysis of Power System crisis in Nigeria.

Engr. Dr. T.O. Akinbulire, University of Lagos P.

3:00

Power Electronic control of Universal motor.

Engr. F.C. Okonkwo, Projects Development Institute(PRODA), Enugu P.

3:30

Dynamic Analysis and Computer Simulation of Induction Machine with Stator Transients Neglected.

Engr. E.J.Akpama, Cross River University of Technology, Calabar P.

4:00

Deregulation of Electric Power Sector in a Third World econonmy.

Engr. P.O. Oluseyi, University of Lagos P.

 

4:30-5:00

 

 

Tea Break

 

 

5:00

Speed Control of Induction Machine using MATLAB/SIMULINK.

Engr. M.N.A. Humphrey, RWTH Aachen, Germany P.

 

 Friday, 27 June 2008

Technical Session  Four. Venue: NCERD Conference Hall

Time

Computer Simulation, Engineering Education, Communications &Computer Science.

                                                  Chair: Engr. Dr. Ralph C. Ezeoma

9:00

System Modelling and Computer Simulation: A Necessary Tool for Engineering Education.

Engr. Dr. O.I.Okoro, University of Nigeria P.

9:30

Performance Analysis and Modeling of Click-based systems using Petri nets.

Dr. F.S. Bakpo, University of Nigeria P.

10:00

GPS Resource allocation Technique: Comparison of PGPS and CDGPS.

Engr. Joseph M. Mom, University of Nigeria P.

10:30

User support : Issues and Intervention strategies for People with special needs.

Dr. F.S. Bakpo, University of Nigeria, Nsukka P.

11:00

Role of Engineering Infrastructure in the economic and Technological Development of Nigeria: The missing link.

Engr. C.B. Mbachu, Anambra State University, Uli P.

11:30

Solving Electrical circuits Transient problems with MATLAB® and SIMPLORER®.

Engr. C.U. Ogbuka, University of Nigeria P.

12:00

What best predicts computer proficiency? Implications for developing internationally acceptable software.

Dr. F.S. Bakpo, University of Nigeria P.

12:30-1:30

Conference Lunch

 

 

1:30

Communiqué

Engr. Dr. O.I.Okoro

2:00

Vote of Thanks

Engr. Dr. M.U.Agu

2:30

Closing prayer

Ven. Engr. Dr. T. C. Madueme

 

 

 

Dear Sir,

 

 

ESPTAEE 2008  NATIONAL CONFERENCE

ESPTAEE Conference: 25 – 27 June 2008

 

 LETTER OF INVITATION TO ESPTAEE 2008 CONFERENCE

 

I am very pleased to invite you to participate in our ESPTAEE conference to be held at the Conference hall of the department of Electrical Engineering, University of Nigeria, Nsukka.

 

The 3-day National Conference promises to bring experts together from academia and industries with the aim of brainstorming and proffering enduring solution to the problem of Energy sector and the future of Engineering Education.

 

The arrangements for the conference are progressing well.  We have received well-prepared papers from experts in many Universities and Industries.  I trust that the conference will be of interest to you and that you will be able to make valuable contacts.

 

We hope you will be able to make necessary travel arrangements to enable you participate in both the plenary and technical sessions.

 

Please let us know by return of mail (email), whether you will make it to the conference to enable us make adequate preparation for your accommodation.

 

 

I look forward to seeing you at the conference.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Engr. Dr. O.I. Okoro      

Conference Chairman   

(+234-8037751492 or +264-855656593)

 

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