The University of Aberdeen
RM 170, Fraser Noble Building
School of Engineering
University of Aberdeen
Emmanuel graduated from the Federal University of Agriculture Makurdi Nigeria, with bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering in 2009 as the best graduating student from the department of Civil Engineering. He proceeded to the University of Ibadan Nigeria, to obtain a master’s degree in Structural and Materials Engineering in 2015 with distinction. Towards the end of his studies in Ibadan, he was awarded TETFund scholarship to The University of Sheffield UK, where he finished a second master’s degree in Structural Engineering with bias in Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics in 2016. He then embarked on a PhD at the University of Aberdeen, UK in 2018. He is a Registered Civil Engineer (COREN), a Member of the Nigerian Society of Engineers and the Nigerian Institution of Civil Engineers. Emmanuel is currently investigating the innovative use of natural fibres for producing environmentally friendly concrete. His Doctoral research is being sponsored by the Nigerian Petroleum Technology Development Fund (PTDF). He won the University of Aberdeen 3-Minutes Thesis for 2018 and went on to represent the University through to the last round of the UK-semi finals of the competition. He is passionate about public engagement, teaching and adding value to students. He is also a jazz trumpeter and saxophonist and relaxes with his music during his spare time.
- RESEARCH ASSISTANT
- DEMONSTRATOR for Geotechnics (EA3027) AND Engineering Mechanics (EG1510)
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- Momoh, EO, Osofero, AI & Menshykov, O 2020, 'Bond Behaviour of Oil Palm Broom Fibres in Concrete for Eco-friendly Construction', Construction Materials. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1680/jcoma.19.00097
- Momoh, EO, Osofero, AI & Menshykov, O 2020, 'Physico-mechanical Properties of Treated Oil Palm Broom Fibres for Cementitious Composites', Journal of Material in Civil Engineering.
- Momoh, EO, Osofero, AI, Martinez-Felipe, A & Hamzah, F 2020, 'Physico-mechanical behaviour of Oil Palm Broom Fibres (OPBF) as eco-friendly building material', Journal of Building Engineering, vol. 30, 101208. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jobe.2020.101208
- Momoh, EO & Osofero, AI 2020, 'Recent developments in the application of oil palm fibers in cement composites', Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering, vol. 14, pp. 94-108. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11709-019-0576-9
- Momoh, EO & Osofero, AI 2019, 'Behaviour of Oil Palm Broom Fibres (OPBF) Reinforced Concrete', Construction and building materials, vol. 221, pp. 745-761. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2019.06.118
- Momoh, EO & Osofero, AI 2019, Use of Oil Palm Broom Fibres for Eco-friendly Concrete. in P Claisse, E Ganjian & T Naik (eds), Sustainable construction materials and technologies., 5073, International Committee of the SCMT conferences, Fifth International Conference on Sustainable Construction Materials and Technologies (SCMT5), London, United Kingdom, 14/07/19. <> [Online] DOI: http://www.claisse.info/2019%20papers/5073.pdf