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2018 CISRG Seminar

Reawakening, Re-engagement and Application of Yorùbá Intellectual Resources

Venue: AJÓSÈ Lecture Theatre, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.

Date: 19th March, 2018

Time: 9am

Organizers: Computing and Intelligent System Research Group (CISRG) in collaboration with African Language Technology Initiatives (ALT-i)

Speakers: Prof. Sophie Bosede Oluwole
                 Prof. Omotoye Olorode
                 Prof. Kola Owolabi

                 Dr. Tunde Adegbola (Africa Language Technology Initiatives)

Categories: Staffs

                   Postgraduate Students

                   Undergraduate Students

                   Others.

 

To register for this seminar, click here

Note: First 100 participant to register will be catered for.


 


Dear All,

      The next research group meeting is scheduled as follows 

         Date:   Tuesday, 13th  February, 2018.

         Venue: CISR LAB Room 003, Computer Building

         Time: 9.00am. prompt

          Agenda:

 1. Seminar Presentation

    

a.      OLOMOLA Johnson Olalekan (TP15/16/H/2437).

         Topic: Development of a Predictive Model for risk of Stroke in African Patient 

        Supervisor:  Dr. K. C. Olufokunbi..

 

b.     ADEGOKE-ELIJAH Adenike(TP14/15/H/0782).

       Design and Implementation of a lexical ambiguity resolution system for standard Yoruba sentences.

        Supervisor: Dr . O. A. Odejobi.

 

c.      AWOYELU Tolulope Moyo (TP15/16/H/2448).

         Development of a Predictive Model for the Risk of Depression.

         Supervisor: Dr. A. R. Iyanda.

 

d.       IBRAHIM Waliyulah  (TP15/16/H/1871).

           Development of arabic-to-Yoruba Machine Translation System.

           Supervisor Dr. S. I. Eludiora.

 

e.        OLORUNFEMI Temitope (TP14/15/H/0084).

           Design & Implementation of a Computational Mechanism for the Formalization of Logic in Yoruba Language Expression.

            Supervisor: Dr. O. A. Odejobi.

 

 

 2.      A.O.B.

   

 Your regular attendance at the seminar is advised.

 Please be punctual.  

Thank you.

 

O. D. Ninan


 

 

Research Group Meeting and Seminar

   

Please attend the first research group meeting in the semester scheduled for Tuesday, 14th  November, 2017.

         Venue: CISR LAB Room 003, Computer Building

         Time: 11.00am. prompt


 

 Agenda:

    1. Seminar Presentation 

        a.     AYANLADUN Mary Taiwo (TP14/15/H/0786).

                 Topic: Development of a Yoruba Spell Checker/Corrector 

                 Supervisor: Dr. F. O. Asahiah.

 

      2.            A.O.B.

Your regular attendance at the seminar is advised.

Please be punctual. 

Research Group Meeting and Seminar

   

Please attend the first research group meeting in the semester scheduled for Tuesday, 24th  October, 2017.

         Venue: CISR LAB Room 003, Computer Building

         Time: 11.00am. prompt


 

 Agenda:

    1. Seminar Presentation 

        a.    AYILARA Oluwatobiloba Adedamola (TP15/16/H/2184)

             Topic: Development of an Improved Game Theory for Ayo Game.

                Supervisor: Dr. O. A. Odejobi.

 

       b.      ALADE Samuel Mayowa.  (TP15/16/H/1847).

                Topic:  Design and Implementation of KR Scheme for Yoruba Folktale Narratives

                Supervisor: Dr. O. A. Odejobi.

 

        c.       ONI Olalekan Joseph (TP15/16/H/4090).

                  Topic: Computational Modelling of Optical Character Recognition System for Yoruba Printed Image.

                  Supervisor: Dr. F. O. Asahiah..

2.            A.O.B.

Your regular attendance at the seminar is advised.

Please be punctual. 


 

Research Group Meeting and Seminar

   Welcome back  from the brief holiday to 2016/2017 Rain Semester.

 

    Please attend the first research group meeting in the semester scheduled for Tuesday, 10th  October, 2017.

         Venue: CISR LAB Room 003, Computer Building

         Time: 11.00am. prompt

 

 Agenda:

    1. Seminar Presentation 

 

        a.    OSUNWUSI Adetunji Ayodeji  (TP15/16/H/1857)

             Topic: Development of Residential Property Price Forecast Model Using Machine Learning

                Supervisor: Dr. S. A. Bello.

 

       b.      JIMOH Kudirat Oyewumi.  (TP14/15/H/1298).

                Topic:  Design and Implementation of an Automatic Edge Detection System for Hardware Embroidery Patterns

                 Supervisor: Dr. O. A. Odejobi..

 

        c.       AYANLADUN Mary Taiwo (TP14/15/H/0786).

                 Topic: Development of a Yoruba Spell Checker/Corrector 

                 Supervisor: Dr. F. O. Asahiah.

2.            A.O.B.

Your regular attendance at the seminar is advised.

Please be punctual.


Research Group Meeting and Seminar

   Welcome back  from the brief holiday to 2016/2017 academic session.

 

    Please attend the first research group meeting in 2016/2017 session scheduled for Tuesday, 20th  June, 2017.

         Venue: CISR LAB Room 003, Computer Building

         Time: 1.30pm. prompt

 

 Agenda:

    1. Brief review of last session and projection for this session.

    2. Seminar Presentation

 

        a.   ELESEMOYO Isaac O.  (TP15/16/H/1785)

              Topic: Design and Implementation of a Number in Context Translation System in an English to Yoruba Text-to-Text.

              

              Supervisor: Dr. O. A. Odejobi.

      

 b.   UCHE Omanma C.  (TP15/16/H/1839).

       Design and Implementation of a Computer Assisted Igbo Language Learning System.

 

       Supervisor: Dr. O. A. Odejobi..

 

c.   ABEGUNDE Omolayo.  (TP15/16/H/2441).

        Sentiment Analysis: Opinion Detection System in Yoruba Phrases . 

          Supervisor: Dr. A. R. Iyanda.



2016 CISRG Symposium Human Language Technology: A major Computing Frontier

Venue: ICT Centre Hall, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.

Date:7th November, 2016

Time: 10am

Organizers: Computing and Intelligent System Research Group

Speaker: Dr. Tunde Adegbola (Africa Language Technology Initiatives)

You can Register to participate at:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdUYbs0n2wrYOK8PWuH2A09rXeiLHhVWhv1vap2U7VRojJdnw/viewform?c=0&w=1&usp=mail_form_link

This Symposium is Funded by TeTFund


Wednesday, 19th of October, 2016.
Please attend the research group meeting slated for Wednesday, 19th of
   October, 2016.

       *Venue:* CISR LAB Room 003, Computer Building
       *Time:* 12:00 pm

       *Agenda:*

  1. Book project
  2. PG/UG Presentations
  3. Symposium
  4. A.O.B.

     Please be punctual.

   Thank you.


Wednesday, 28th of September, 2016
Please attend the research group meeting slated for Wednesday, 28th of
  September, 2016.

      *Venue:* CISR LAB Room 003, Computer Building
      *Time:* 12:00 pm

      *Agenda:*

 1. Book project

 2. A.O.B.

    Please be punctual.

  Thank you.

Wednesday, 31st of August 2016

Please attend the research group meeting slated for Wednesday, 31st of
August 2016.

    *Venue:* CISR LAB Room 003, Computer Building
    *Time:* 12:00 pm
    *Agenda:*
Presentation by the following students

   (a) Design and implementation of VLAN for Data and Voice
        by ANTHONY Ademola o. TP14/15/H/1417
   (b)  Development of a software for exam supervision schedulling
        By ADEGUNLEHIN Abayomi. TP14/15/H/0787.
   (c)  Development of a tutoring system for a basic OS.
        by DADA Oluwatimilehin  A. TP13/14/H/1925.

 2. A.O.B.

  Please be punctual.


September 14 2016 Seminar

Presenter 
1. Ayetigbo M. O.

Tuesday 16 February Seminar

Please be informed of the research group meeting slated for Tuesday,
  16th of February 2016.

      *Venue:* CISR LAB Room 003, Computer Building
      *Time:* 2:00 pm

      *Agenda:*

  1. M.Sc. Work Presentation by
 (i) ADEGBITE Adewuyi A.
    Topic: Design and Implementation of a Computational Model for
    Articulatory Mechanism of Yoruba Voiced Speech

 (ii) UWADONE Emmanuel C.
    Topic: Design and Implementation of an English to Ukwani Macine
    Translation System

 

Tuesday 12 January. 2016 Research Group Meeting

Agenda:

1.  Review of 2015 activities

     Research Activities review

    Teaching activities review

    Others: Semina, visit, books, etc.

2. Programme for 2016.

 

Congratulations to the following Research Group member On their PG Degree

1. Mr. Alade Mayowa, MSc(Computer Science)

2. Dr. (Mrs.) D.F. Ninna PhD (Computer Science) 

3. Dr. (Mrs.) K. C. Olufokunbi  PhD. (Computer Science)

4.   Dr. L. A. Akanbi PhD. (Computer Science)

 

Tuesday 17 Nov. 2015 Research Group Meeting

Agenda:

1.  Continuation of Research Methodology Lecture

    Dr. L. A. Akanbi to give lecture on LateX

    Dr. Ajayi to answer questions on Python (if any)

2. Dr. S. I. Eludiora to give presentaion on his attendance at an International Conference in the U.K.

 

Orientation for New Postgraduate students (August to November, 2015)

Between August and November, 2015, members of the research group will introduce new students into the culture of the research group as well as research   methodology in computing and intelligent systems. The topics to be covered and the resource persons are as follows:

1. Introduction (Dr. O. A. Odejobi: Two(2) Hours Lecture) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2. Research Literature (Dr(Mrs.) A. R. Iyanda ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3 Research Documentation (Dr. L. A. Akanbi ́ and Dr. F. O. Asahiah Two(2) Hours Lecture)

4 Research Communication (Dr. S. A. Bello: Two(2) Hours Lecture) . . . . . . . . . . . .

5 Managing Your Research (Mrs. D. F. Ninan & K. C. Olufokunbi: Two(2) Hours Lecture)

6 Research Ethics (Dr. S. I. Eludiora ) : Two(2) Hours Lecture) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

7 Programming in Intelligent Systems (Dr. A. O. Ajayi) : Two(2) Hours Lecture) .

 

Research Group Presentation (Wednesday, 2nd of September, 2015)

Please be informed of the research group Seminar Presenation meeting slated for Wednesday,
  2nd of September 2015.

      *Venue:* CISR LAB Room 003, Computer Building
      *Time:* 2:00 pm

      Presentations:

   1. M.Sc. Work Presentation by
     (i) AFONRINWO Adebayo S.
      Topic: Design and Simulation of an Improved Obstacle Avoidance Model
for Lawn Mower
      (ii) AIYETIGBO Mary D.
       Topic: Development of an Automated Grader for Theory Based Question
      (iii) AYANBOLU Ogochukwu G.
      Topic: Development of a Predictive Model for Student Academic
Performance

 

Research Group Meeting (Wednesday, 24th of June)

Please be informed of the research group meeting slated for Wednesday,
24th of June 2015.
*Venue:* CISR LAB Room 003, Computer Building
*Time:* 2:00 pm
*Agenda:*
   1. Fresh M.Sc. and Ph.D. Student
   2. Undegraduate Projects
   3. A.O.B.
    Please be punctual.
  Thank you.

 

PG seminar (Wednesday, 18th of March 2015)

(a) Computational modelling of Game-Theoretic Approach 
to e-Waste process dynamics, K. C. Olufokunbi

(b) Development of an evalutation scheem for multi-modal 
biometric identification system , G. A. Oyinlola

Venue: CISRG  Research lab.

Time : 2:00 pm

 


PG seminar (Wednesday, 4th of March 2015)

    (a) Formal Specification and Computational Modelling of African
        Folktales and Naratives. by NINAN D. O Ph.D.   Candidate
    (b) Design of a Numeral Scheme for English to Yoruba Machine
        Translation System AGBEYANGI Abayomi O. M.Sc. Candidate
    (c) Design and Implementation of English-Ukwani Machine Translation
        System by UWADONE Emmanuel Chidi M.Sc. CAndidtate

Venue: CISRG  Research lab.

Time : 2:00 pm

PG seminar

(a) Development of a Digital Animation Framework for Selected Yoruba
        Folktales by ALADE Samuel Mayowa M.Sc.  Candidate
(b) Computational Experiments on Speech Waveforms of Yoruba Vowels
        by ADEGBITE Adewuyi Adetayo M.Sc. Candidate
(c) Design and Implementation of English-Ukwani Machine Translation
        System by UWADONE Emmanuel Chidi M.Sc. CAndidtate

Date: Wednesday 18 February, 2015

Venue: CISRG  Research lab.

Time : 2:00 pm

 

Dr. Odejobi Awarded a British Commonwealth Fellowship

Dr. OdejobiDr. Odejobi of the Compter Science and Engineering Department, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-ife, has been  awarded a British Commonwealth Fellowship to conduct research at the University of Aston in Birmigham, United Kingdom.  By becoming a Commonwealth Fellow in the United kingdom, Odejobi is following in a tradition of almost 19,000 individuals since the scheme began over fifty years ago.