Abayomi Obisesan

Abayomi Obisesan

Abayomi Obisesan received his Bachelors degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Covenant University, Otta Nigeria in 2008. He proceeded to earn an MSc degree in Safety and Reliability Engineering in 2012 and he is currently studying towards a PhD in the same discipline. His research interests lie in reliability-based optimal design of ships and offshore structures.

   
Salisu El-Hussein

Salisu El-Hussein

Salisu El-Hussein received his BEng degree in Mechanical Engineering from Nigerian Defence Academy in 1998 and MSc in Safety Engineering, Reliability and Risk Management from the University of Aberdeen in 2007. He has years of working experience as a Marine Engineer and teaching and management in the Naval Engineering College Delta, Nigeria. He has presented a conference paper titled “on the potential of guided waves for pipeline monitoring against vandalism” in Life beyond the PhD, A Cumberland Lodge Residential Conference 12-14 August 2013, Windsor, London. His current research interests include guided waves monitoring techniques, safety and reliability with particular interest in pipeline safety.  He is supervised by Dr A. Starkey and Dr J.J. Harrigan.

    
Nazila Fough

Nazila Fough

Nazila graduated with a BSc degree in Electronics Engineering and a MSc degree in Control Engineering and is currently undertaking post-graduate studies in University of Aberdeen with the aim to evaluate the impact of RTP Circuit Breaker (CB), as a congestion method, on real time video streaming, and furthermore proposing a method for advanced adaptive multimedia transmission over the IP network.

   
Moosa Esmaeili

Moosa Esmaeili

Moosa Esmaeili is a PhD candidate within the School of Engineering at the University of Aberdeen. He obtained his Master Degree in Mechanical Engineering at the Technical University of Malaysia, Malaysia (2011). He currently works on modelling of fishing gears on the seabed. His research interests include soil mechanics, mathematical modelling and finite element Modelling (FEM).

   
 Iain Learmonth

Iain Learmonth

Iain Learmonth is currently an undergraduate Computing Science student completing a year long industrial placement as a Research Assistant in the School of Engineering's Electronics Research Group. He has worked in the research group as both a systems administrator and researcher over the previous two Summer periods between teaching. Upon completion of the placement, he will graduate with a Master in Science degree in Computing Science (with Industrial Placement).
   
 Yasen Harrye

Yasen Harrye

  • Currently studying towards a PhD in Electrical Engineering (July 2012 - present).
  • MSc Eng,  University of Surrey (2006-2007).
  • BEng (Hons) Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Brunel University,. West London  (2003-2006)
   
Dr Mohammed Salah-Eldin Imbabi

Dr Mohammed Salah-Eldin Imbabi

School of Engineering, Postgraduate Research Coordinator