Department of Architecture

1.

Names in full:

ADEDEJI, Yomi Michael Daisiowa

2.

Place and Date of Birth:

Mahintedo, Nigeria; 12 August

3.

Nationality:

Nigerian

4.

Marital Status:

Married

5.

Number and Ages of Children:

Three(18, 17 and 15)

6.

7.

Permanent Home Address:

Present Postal Address:

1, College Road, Mahintedo,

Ilaje L. G. A., Ondo State, Nigeria. Department of Architecture,

Federal University of Technology,

P.M.B. 704, Akure, 340001, Nigeria.

Email: yomi_adedejiy2k@yahoo.com

Tel: +234-806-468-1423

8. Present Employment, Status and Salary (both in level and amount);

Reader, CONUASS 06/4 N2, 063,924.00

9.

Educational Institutions Attended (with Dates):

a)

Primary: St. Barnabas Anglican Primary, School, Mahintedo, Ondo State,

1970 – 1975

b)

Secondary:

i) All Saints Secondary Modern School, Ilutitun , Ondo State,

1975 - 1978

ii) Community Grammar School, Igbobini, Ondo State, 1978 – 1982

c) Tertiary:

i)

Edo State University, Ekpoma,

1992 – 1997

ii)

Federal University of Technology, Akure,

2002 – 2007

10. Qualifications(with dates):

a) Academic:

i) M.Sc. Architecture, Jan. 1997 ii) Ph. D (Architecture), Aug. 2007

11. Distinctions:

(i) Departmental Prize for Best Student in Professional Admin. and Law

M. Sc. I (Edo State University, Ekpoma) – 1994/95

(ii) Prize for Best Student in M. Sc. Architecture Programme – 1995/1996 (iii)Part-Time University Study Staff Development for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy

(Ph. D) in Architecture, by The Federal University of Technology, Akure, 2000-2007.

12. Membership of Professional Bodies:

a.

M. AARCHES: Member – Association of Architectural

Educators in Nigeria (AARCHES) (M 145)

- 2000

b. c.

d. e.

Full Membership – Nigerian Environmental Society (NES) Full Membership, Nigerian Institute of Architects (M.N.I.A.) M 2257

Full Registration with Architects Registration Council of

Nigeria (A.R.C.O.N.) F 2259

General Member, International Network for Traditional

Building, Architecture and Urbanism (INTBAU), London, UK -

- 2003

- 2006

- 2006

2006

13.

Review of Academic and Professional Journals:

(i) (ii)

Research & Technical Journal, Ondo State Polytechnic, Owo, Journal of Environmental Sustainability and Conservation, Federal

2006

University of Technology, Akure.

(iii)Construction Management and Economics Journal, U.K, 2008 till date.

14. External Examinership:

(i) Department of Architectural Technology, Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo, (2011-2013).

15. Work Experience:

a) University

(i) Assistant Lecturer, Department of Architecture, The Federal University of Technology,

Akure; October 2000 – September 2003.

(ii) Lecturer II, Department of Architecture, The Federal University of Technology, Akure; October 2003 – September 2006.

(iii) Co-Project Architects, School of Earth and Mineral Sciences, The Federal University of

Technology, Akure; 2005.

(iv) Lecturer I, Department of Architecture, The Federal University of Technology, Akure; October 2006 – 2009.

(v) Senior Lecturer, Department of Architecture, The Federal University of Technology, Akure; October 2009 – 2012.

(vi) Reader, Department of Architecture, The Federal University of Technology, Akure; October 2012 – till date.

(vii) Adjunct Lecturer, Joseph Ayo Babalola University, Ikeji, Arakeji, 2014-till date

(viii) Adjunct Lecturer, Caleb University, Lagos, 2014-till date

(ix) Reader, Department of Architecture, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife; October 2014

– till date.

b) Others:

(i) Technical – Principal Instructor II, Ondo State Polytechnic, Owo, (1990-1997). (ii) Lecturer II, Ondo State Polytechnic, Owo, (1998-.2000).

(iii) Project Architects, Oduduwa Hall, Ondo State Polytechnic, Owo, Nigeria, (1997-1999).

16. Courses Taught at the University Level

(a) Undergraduate Level

First Semester: Construction Detailing II (ARC 405), Advanced Architectural Design (ARC

501A), Independent Research Project (ARC 509).

Second Semester: Housing Seminar (ARC 508), Advanced Architectural Design (ARC

501B).

(b) Postgraduate Level

First Semester: Specification Writing (ARC 803), Advanced Architectural Design (Project)

(ARC 899).

Second Semester: Construction Detailing (ARC 706), Design Seminar, Nature and Philosophy of Architecture (ARC 831), Advanced Architectural Design (Project) (ARC 899), Design Seminar (ARC 802).

(a) Postgraduate Courses:

Course Code Title

(a) ARC 651 Advanced Architectural Design (Project) I (b) ARC 652 Advanced Architectural Design (Project) II (c) ARC 667 Building and Environmental Evaluation

(d) ARC 637 Earth Construction Technology and Design

17. Postgraduate Supervision

(a) Masters degree:

a. By Research

(i) Fasuyi, S.O. (M. Arch, 2011). An appraisal of housing transformation and its implications on

Erekesan area of Akure Urban core.

(ii) Aluko, O.O. (M. Phil, 2012). Climate and Performance of External Building Finishes in

Akure, Nigeria.

(iii)Ganiyu, S.A. (M. Phil, 2012). Recommending Acoustic Guidelines for Architectural Design of Residential Estates in Akure, Nigeria.

(iv)Adegbie, M.O. (M. Phil, 2012). Architectural Approach to Low-energy Building Design for

Thermal Comfort in Residential Buildings in Akure, Nigeria.

(v) Afolami, J. A. (M. Phil, 2012). Calculation of the Carbon Footprint of the Senate Building, Federal University of Technology, Akure.

b. By Long Essay.

(i) Adebusoye, A.A. (M. Tech., 2009). Coastal Hotel Complex, Olokola.(Completed

2011).

(ii) Adesipe, A.O. (M. Tech., 2009). Orthopaedic Hospital, Ado-Ekiti.(Completed 2011). (iii) Mohammed, S. (M. Tech., 2009). Proposed Furniture Factory (Structural Stability in

Industrial Buildings). (Completed 2011).

(iv) Odubena, O.O. (M. Tech., 2009).Micro-Finance Bank Headquarters, Abuja.(Completed

2011).

(v) Akanle, O.A. (M. Tech, 2010): Demonstration Secondary School for Ado-Ekiti. (vi) Oso, O.O. (M. Tech, 2010): Home for the Paraplegics, Lagos. (Completed 2011).

(vii) Adesipe, A. O. (M. Tech, 2010). An Orthopaedic Hospital for Akure (The benefits of landscaping elements in hospitals, its effect on the recovery of patients). (Completed

2010).

(viii) Raheem, O.F. (M. Tech, 2010) Proposed Ultra-Modern Shopping Complex, Oshogbo. (Completed 2010).

(ix) Kehinde, J. A. (M. Tech, 2010). Senate Building, Ondo State University, Akungba, Akoko. (Completed 2010).

(x) Ajayi, S. E. (M. Tech, 2011). Proposed Destination Tourist Resort, Ero-omonla, Kwara

State. (Completed 2011).

(xi) Sofela, S. O. (M. Tech, 2011). Accommodation for Refugees. (Completed 2011).

(xii) Rotimi, O. O. (M. Tech, 2010). Faculty of Engineering Complex, Elizade University, Ilara-Mokin. (Interlocking masonry: strategies for cost-effectiveness in building construction. (Completed 2011).

(xiii) Oladokun, S. D. (M. Tech, 2011). Library Complex for Joseph Ayo Babalola

University, Ikeji, Arakeji. (Daylight efficiency in library buildings). (Completed 2011). (xiv) Faleye, S.O. (M. Tech, 2011). Proposed Hostel Complex for LAUTECH Medical

School, Oshogbo. (Completed 2011).

(xv) Ayo-Bello, G. (M. Tech, 2011). Women Development Centre for Ibolo Community, Kwara State. (Completed 2011).

(xvi) Adegun, O.B. (M. Tech. 2011). Sport Complex for University of Ado-Ekiti, Ado-Ekiti. (Completed 2011).

(xvii) Abiodun, S.O. (M. Tech, 2011). Ondo State Exposition Centre, Akure (The use of new materials initiative as a panacea to modern architecture). (Completed 2011).

(xviii) Olaoye, T. S. (M. Tech, 2012). Ekiti State Tourist and Conference Centre, Ipole-Iloro, Ekiti State (Enhancing Sustainable Architecture with Economic Impact in View). (Completed 2012).

(xix) Ogunmakinde, O.E. (M. Tech, 2012). Proposed Conference Centre, FUTA (Effective use of curtain walls in contemporary buildings). (Completed 2012).

(xx) Aribisala, E.A. (M. Tech, 2012). FCT Technical and Vocational Institute, Abuja. (Completed 2012).

(xxi) Olatunbosun, B.C. (M. Tech, 2012).Orthopaedic Complex for Federal Medical Centre, Owo. (Completed 2012).

(xxii) Adedeji, O. O (ARC/03/1485). Resort Centre, Ibeshe (Completed 2012). (xxiii) Adeyinka, A. (ARC/06/8483). Abuja Exposition Centre (Completed 2012).

(xxiv) Ola, Moyinoluwa Aanu (ARC/07/0985). Motorway Services Plaza, Ore. (Effective use daylighting in food courts (Completed 2014).

(xxv) Idris, Ngozi Mercy (ARC/04/4321). Gynaecology and Obstetrics Specialist Hospital, Oda Road, Akure, Ondo State. (Enhancing comfort for patients through ventilation) (Completed 2014).

(xxvi) Asawe, Abiodun Ebenezer (ARC/ 07/0942). Skill Acquisition Centre for Ekiti State, Nigeria- Space-Function Resolution in a Skill Acquisition Centre (Completed 2014).

(xxvii) Adewole, Nathaniel Adeleke (ARC/ 06/9468). Library Building for Federal University,

Oye-Ekiti: Functional, Spatial Flow and Development in a Learning Environment. (Completed 2014).

(xxviii) Onifade Paul Kehinde (EDMP12/13/H/2027). Library for Oke-Ogun Polytechnic, Saki. (Completed 2015).

(xxix) Ayanwusi, Victor (EDMP12/13/H/2556). Destination Resort for Erin-Ijesha Waterfall,

Osun State, Nigeria. (Completed, 2015).

(xxx) Assoumane, B. (EDMP12/13/H/2032). Resort Hotel, Niamey City, Niger Republic. (Completed, 2015).

(xxxi) Afolayan, J.O. (EDMP12/13/H/2674). The Ecumenical Worship Centre for CAN,

South-west Chapter, Ibadan, Oyo State.

(xxxii) Ojo, Peter Ayodele. Cultural Building, Ekiti. (Completed, 2015).

(xxxiii) Iji, Kelvin Ilesanmi (ARC/00/7649). Proposed Three-Star Hotel, Okitipupa

(Enhancement of Hotel Scenery through Landscaping) (Completed, 2015).

(xxxiv) Akinwumi, Olufemi (ARC/07/7359-M. Tech). Library for Caleb University, Lagos

(Ongoing).

(xxxv) Oladunni, Kabir Ayodeji (ARC/10/1147- M. Tech). Heritage Hotel for Odu’a Groups Companies, Bodija, Ibadan. Enhancing Natural Comfort and Spatial Configuration in Hotel Buildings. (Ongoing).

(xxxvi) Tomoye, Omobolaji Omolara (EDMP 13/14/H/2385). Art Centre for Ile-Ife (Ongoing).

(xxxvii) Omidiora, Olubukola Pat (EDMP 13/14/H/2401). Indoor Sport Hall for Ile-Ife

(Ongoing).

(xxxviii) Akinpelu, Ifedayo Oluwatosin (EDMP 13/14/H/2431). Civic Centre for Osun State

(Ongoing).

(xxxix) Hasan, Habeeb Adeniyi (EDMP 13/14/H/2547-MSc.). Telecom House for Orange

Mobile Telecom, Abuja (Ongoing).

(xl) Oviasogie, Akube Collins (ARC/12/2892. M. Phil.). The significance of climatic element in planning humid urban environments: A case study of Benin City. (Ongoing).

(xli) Oke, Emmanuel Olugbenga (ARC/04/3211-M. Phil.). Impact of ecodiversity in

sustainable community neighbourhoods in Akure (Ongoing).

(b) Ph. D Degree

Major-Supervision

(i) Abimaje, J. (ARC/11/7737). Solar Orientation and interior air temperature of houses in the middle belt of Nigeria: A case study of Idah, Kogi State (Ongoing).

(ii) Adelakun, F. O. (ARC/00/7626). Design option as adaptation to climate change in the Niger

Delta region of Nigeria: Focus on Ayetoro, Ondo State (Ongoing).

(iii)Ewemade, F. O. (ARC/11/7739). Impact of contemporary landscaping on open spaces qualities of Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria (Ongoing).

(iv)Use of expanded polystyrene in achieving affordable housing for low-income earners in

Ondo State, Nigeria (Ongoing).

Co-Supervision

(i) Aluko, O.O. (ARC/09/9598). Climate and Performance of External Building Finishes in

Akure, Nigeria. (Ongoing).

(ii) Ganiyu, S.A. (ARC/99/2384). Recommending Acoustic Guidelines for Architectural Design of Residential Estates in Akure, Nigeria. (Ongoing).

(iii)Adegbie, M.O. (ARC/01/0465). Architectural Approach to Low-energy Building Design for

Thermal Comfort in Residential Buildings in Akure, Nigeria. (Ongoing).

18. Research in Progress

(a) On-going Research:

Use of Innovative low-carbon materials for the development of sustainable housing in

Nigeria.

(b) Research completed but not yet published:

(i) Adedeji, Y.M.D. & Fasakin, J.O. Investigation of Acceptability Indices of Interlocking

Masonry for Low-Income Housing in Nigeria

(ii) Adedeji, Y.M.D. Sustainable housing provision: Preference for the use of interlocking masonry in housing delivery in Nigeria.

(c) Manuscripts submitted for publication:

(i) Adedeji, J. A., Fadamiro, J. A. & Adedeji, Y. M. D. (2015). Residential fencing and house gating: An overview of social inequality in Ilorin, Nigeria. In: B. Aluko, H. Odeyinka, D. O. Amole, S. A. Ademuleya & O. P. Daramola (Eds.), The Proceedings of Environmental Design and Management International Conference, Obafemi Awolowo, University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria, 9th-12th March, 483-492. [Nigeria, 30% Contributions].

(ii) Adedeji, Y. M. D. & Adegun, O.(2015). It’s cheaper, Comfortable and cleaner: Earth-based construction for sustainable urban housing in Africa. HBRC Journal

(iv) Olotuah, A. O. Taiwo, A. A. & Adedeji, Y. M. D. (2015). Sustainable Housing

Development in Nigeria: the ecological housing approach. Building and Environment.

19. Fellowship Awards:

None

20. Research Grants and other Grants (specify amount)

(a) National

None

(b) International

None

21. Publications

(a) Thesis

(i) Adedeji, Y. M. D. (2007). Materials preference options for sustainable low-income housing in selected cities in Nigeria. Ph. D Thesis, Department of Architecture, Federal University of Technology, Akure.

(ii) Adedeji, Y. M. D. (1997). Conference Centre for Federal University of Technology, Akure.

M.Sc. Thesis, Department of Architecture, Ambrose Ali University, Ekpoma.

(b) Books (peer reviewed):

i. Authored Books

None

ii. Edited Books

None

iii. Contribution(s) to Books:

1. Adedeji, Y.M.D., Taiwo, A.A., Olotuah, A. O. & Fadairo, G. (2011). Architectural education and sustainable human habitat in Nigeria. Book of Readings on Sustainability Today, WIT Transactions on Ecology and Environment (WIT Press),

167: 89-99. [United Kingdom, 40% contribution].

2. *Fadairo, G. & Adedeji, Y. M. D. (2012). Menace of public toilet in institutional housing: Case studies of selected universities in South-West, Nigeria. Book of Readings on Design and Nature VI, WIT Transactions on Ecology and Environment (WIT Press),

160: 125-135. [United Kingdom, 40% Contribution].

3. *Taiwo, A.A., Fadairo, G., Adedeji, Y. M. D. & Olotuah, A.O. (2012). Sustainable housing development in Nigeria: Using low-carbon technology. Book of Readings on Environmental Impact, WIT Transactions on Ecology and Environment (WIT Press),

162: 149-156. [United Kingdom, 30% Contribution].

4. *Adedeji, Y. M. D., Taiwo, A. A., Fadairo, G. & Olotuah, A. O. (2013). Promoting sustainable waste minimisation in the built environment: A case study of urban housing in Akure, Nigeria. Book of Readings on Sustainable Development and Planning VI, Transactions on Ecology and Environment (WIT Press), 173: 615-626. [United Kingdom, 40% contribution].

5. *Arum, C. & Adedeji, Y. M.D. (2014). Public infrastructure financing: traditional sources and current trends. In: J. A. B. Olujimi, O. O. Ogunsote and A.O. Awodele (Eds.). Book of Readings on Infrastructure, Economic Development and Built Environment, School of Environmental Technology (SET), 227-236. [Nigeria, 40% contribution].

6. *Adedeji, J. A. & Adedeji, Y. M. D. (2014). Sustainable energy efficient buildings: A case study of selected buildings in Ogbomoso, Nigeria. In: J. A. B. Olujimi, O. O. Ogunsote and A.O. Awodele (Eds.). Book of Readings on Infrastructure, Economic Development and Built Environment, School of Environmental Technology (SET),

425-430. [Nigeria, 40% contribution].

7. *Ayeni, D. A. & Adedeji, Y. M. D. (2014).Controlling urban sprawl through sustainable landscaping in Nigeria. In: J. A. Fadamiro, J. A. B. Olujimi and O. Okedele (Eds.), Book of Readings on Urban Environmental Sustainability: Liveable Cities, 147-166. [Nigeria, 40% contribution].

Note: * Publications after the last promotion

(c) Articles that have already appeared in learned Journals: (asterisk those that have appeared since your last promotion) – Please list all.

8. Adedeji, Y. M. D. (2000). Achieving effective housing in 21st century Nigeria. Journal of The Association of Architectural Educators of Nigeria (AARCHES-J), 1(5), 6-12. [Nigeria, 100% Contribution].

9. Adedeji, Y. M. D. (2002). Achieving affordable housing in South-west Nigeria through local building materials. Journal of Environmental Technology, 1 (2), 15-21. [Nigeria,

100% Contribution].

10. Adedeji, Y. M. D. (2002). Actualising a sustainable development through environmental and housing maintenance. Journal of The Association of Architectural Educators of Nigeria (AARCHES-J), 2(2), 36-41. [Nigeria, 100% Contribution].

11. Adedeji, Y. M. D. (2003). A design approach to restructuring urban motor parks. The Journal of Urban and Environmental Research, 3 (1), 8-14. [Nigeria, 100% Contribution].

12. Adedeji, Y. M. D. (2005). Sustainable low-cost housing technology in cities: Accelerated construction initiatives option. Journal of Land Use and Development Studies, 1(2),

66-73. [Nigeria, 100% Contribution].

13. Adedeji, Y. M.D. (2005). Outdoor space planning and landscape qualities of religious centre in Akure, Nigeria. Inter-World Journal of Science and Technology, 2 (1), 40-51. [Nigeria, 100% Contribution].

14. Adedeji, Y. M. D. (2006). Preference for the use of standardized timber for buildings in

Nigeria. The Nigeria Journal of Forestry, 36(1), 1-8. [Nigeria, 100% Contribution].

15. Adedeji, Y. M. D. (2008). Modelling dry masonry construction for sustainable low-income housing in Nigeria. International Journal of Engineering and Engineering Technology, 6(1), 97-104. [Nigeria, 100% Contribution].

16. Adedeji, Y. M. D. & Folorunso, C. O. (2009). Sustainable energy resource buildings: Some relevant features for built environment needs in Nigeria. Journal of The Association of Architectural Educators of Nigeria (AARCHES-J), (8)2, 106-112. [Nigeria, 60% Contribution].

17. Adedeji, Y. M. D., Falaye, T. A; Fadamiro, J. A. & Akinghohungbe, D. O. (2009).

Information technology effects on experience-based learning within the curriculum: A case study of architecture students, F.U.T. Akure. International Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences, 2(2), 60-66. [Ghana, 40% Contribution].

18. Adedeji, Y. M. D. & Folorunso, C. O. (2009). Panacea to infrastructure problems in schools of architecture in Nigeria. Journal of The Association of Architectural Educators of Nigeria (AARCHES-J), (8)2, 100-105. [Nigeria, 60% Contribution].

19. Adedeji, Y. M. D. & Aluko, O. O. (2009). Effects of new application in information and communication technology on architectural education in Nigeria. Journal of The Association of Architectural Educators of Nigeria (AARCHES-J), (8)2, 35-42. [Nigeria, 60% Contribution].

20. Aluko, O.O. & Adedeji, Y. M. D. (2010). Building collapse in Nigeria: Architects’ perspective. International Journal of Engineering and Engineering Technology, 6(2), 90-96. [Nigeria, 40% Contribution].

21. Adedeji, Y. M. D. (2010). Technology and standardised composite cement fibres for housing in Nigeria. Journal of the Nigerian Institutes of Architects, 1, 19-24. [Nigeria,

100% Contribution].

22. Adedeji, Y. M. D. (2011). Sustainable housing in developing nations: The use of agro- waste composite panels for walls and ceiling. The Built and Human Environment Review, 4, 36-47. Available online: http://www.ibher.org/index.phb/ibher/issue/view/6 [United Kingdom, 100% Contribution].

23. Adedeji, Y. M. D. (2011). Housing economy: Use of interlocking masonry for low-cost housing in Nigeria. Journal of Construction Project Management and Innovation, 1 (1): 46-62. Available online: reference.sabinet.co.za/webx/access/electronics.../jcpmi

_v1_n1/a3.pdf [South Africa, 100% Contribution].

24. Olotuah, A. O., Adedeji, Y. M. D. & Odeyale, T. O. (2012). Re-visiting curriculum design in architectural education in Nigeria: The information technology factor. Education Research Journal, 2(4), 127-131. [Ghana, 40% Contribution].

25. *Adedeji, Y. M. D. & Ogunsote, O.O. (2012). Anticipated contributions of modern building materials to sustainability: Climate change scenario in hot and humid regions of Nigeria. Scientific & Academic Publishing (SAP): Architecture Research, 2(4), 55-

59. Available online: http://journal.sapub.org/arch [USA, 60% Contribution].

26. *Adedeji, Y. M. D. & Olotuah, A. O. (2012). An evaluation of accessibility of low-income earners to housing finance in Nigeria. European Scientific Journal, 8(12), 80-95; ISSN: 1857 – 7881 (Print) e - ISSN 1857- 7431. [United Kingdom, 60% Contribution].

27. *Adedeji, Y. M. D. (2012). Sustainable housing provision: Preference for the use of interlocking masonry in housing delivery in Nigeria. Scientific & Academic Publishing (SAP): Architecture Research, 2(4), 55-59. Available online: http://journal. sapub.org/arch [USA, 100% Contribution].

28. *Kashim, I. B., Fadairo, G. & Adedeji, Y. M. D. (2013). Mosaic tiles and interlocking blocks as alternatives to tropical weather effects on painted wall surfaces of public buildings in Akure, South-West, Nigeria. European International Journal of Science and Technology, ISSN: 2304-9693, 2(6), 85-92. [United Kingdom, 30% Contribution].

29. *Taiwo, A. A. & Adedeji, Y. M. D. (2013). Stabilized earth housing delivery through the public-private partnership: Panacea to inadequate housing provision for the low- income in Nigerian cities. International Journal of Engineering, IJET, 5 (3), 413-415, June 2013.Retrieved from http://www.ijetch.org/list-49-l.html DOI:

10.7763/IJET.2013.V5.586 [USA, 40%Contribution].

30. *Owoeye, J. O. & Adedeji, Y. M. D. (2013). Poverty, sanitation and public health nexus- Implication on high density residential neighbourhood of Akure, Nigeria. International Journal of Developing Societies, 2 (3), 96-104[USA, 40% Contribution]. Available Online: http://www.worldscholars.org

31. *Ayeni, D. A; Olotuah, A.O. & Adedeji, Y. M. D. (2013). Appraising landscape design education in architecture departments in Nigerian universities. International Journal of Education and Research, 1(5), 187-196 [Australia, 30% Contribution].

32. *Adedeji, Y. M. D., Aluko, O. O. & Ogunsote, O. O. (2013). Application of landscaping for sustainable green housing in tropical climates: A case study of Akure, Nigeria. International Journal of Decision Sciences (IJDS), 4 (2), 121-129. Available online: www. serialsjournals.com [USA, 40% Contribution].

33. *Ogundiran, I. A. & Adedeji, Y. M. D. (2014). Sustainable construction: Comparative advantages of expanded polystyrene (EPS) fascia in housing delivery in Nigeria. Civil and Environmental Research, ISSN 2224-5790, 6(10), 66-75. Available online: www.iiste.org [USA, 40% Contribution].

34. *Owoeye, J. O. & Adedeji, Y. M. D. (2015). Urban land acquisition for sustainable housing delivery in Akure, Nigeria. International Journal of Developing Society, 4 (1)

10-20. [USA, 40% Contribution]. Available Online: http://www.worldscholars.org

35. *Adedeji, Y. M. D. and Olotuah, A. O. (2015). Waste reduction in built environment in Nigeria: Deconstruction strategy. Journal of Sustainable Technology, 5 (2), 80-90. [Nigeria, 60% Contribution].

36. *Ayeni, D. A. & Adedeji, Y. M. D. (2015). Strategies for mitigating building collapse in Nigeria: Roles of architects and other stakeholders in the building industry. Civil and Environmental Research, ISSN 2224-5790, 7(8), 140-148. Available online: www.iiste.org [USA, 40% Contribution].

37. *Ebehikhalu, N., Abegunde, A., Olaleye, D. O., Adedeji, Y. M. D. & Badiora, A. I. (2015). Causes and effects of building collapse in Nigeria: The community planners’ perspective. Journal of Environmental Design and Management (JEDM), 7(1), 66-80. [Nigeria, 20% Contribution].

(d) Published conference proceedings:

38. Adedeji, Y. M. D. & Ajayi, B. (2008). Cost-effective composite building panels for walls and ceilings in Nigeria. In: C. Negro, A. Moslemi, M.C. Monte, E. Fuente & A.

Blanco (Eds.), Proceedings of 11th International Inorganic-Bonded Composite

Conference, Madrid, Spain, Nov 4th-7th, ii, 151-159. [Spain, 60% Contribution].

39. Adedeji, Y. M. D., Aluko, O. O. & Ogunsote, O. O. (2010). Sustainable landscaping and green housing in tropical climates: A case study of Akure, Nigeria. In: J.B. Olujimi, M.O. Bello, E. B. Ojo, A. O. Olotuah, M. A. Adebayo & F. K Omole (Eds.), Proceedings of the 1st International Conference of The School of Environmental Technology, Federal University of Technology, Akure, 25th- 27th October, 2010, 204-

213.[Nigeria, 40% Contribution].

40. Adedeji, Y. M. D. & Folorunso, C. O. (2010). Pollution management in housing environments and health of urban dwellers (a case study of residential core area of Akure city in south-western Nigeria). In: J.B. Olujimi, M.O. Bello, E. B. Ojo, A.O. Olotuah, M. A. Adebayo & F. K Omole (Eds.), Proceedings of the 1st International Conference of The School of Environmental Technology, Federal University of Technology, Akure, 25th- 27th October, 2010, 427-434. [Nigeria, 60% Contribution].

41. Ogunsote, O. O., Adedeji, Y. M. D. & Prucnal-Ogunsote, B. P. (2011). Combating environmental degradation through sustainable landscaping in emerging mega cities: A case study of Lagos, Nigeria, In: L. Cox (Ed.), Proceedings of The 24th World Congress of Architecture “UIA2011 TOKYO”, September 25-October 1, 16-21. [Japan, 30% Contribution].

42. Ganiyu, S. A. & Adedeji, Y. M. D. (2011). A study of the sources of noise pollution and their impacts on the built environment. In: Laryea, S., Agyepong, S. A., Leiringer, R. and Hughes, W. (Eds) Procs 4th West Africa Built Environment Research (WABER) Conference, July 19-21, Accra, Ghana, 59-63. [Ghana, 40% Contribution].

43. Adedeji, Y. M.D., Arum, C., & Ajayi, B. (2011). Affordable housing initiative in Nigeria: Use of composite panels. In: Laryea, S., Agyepong, S. A., Leiringer, R. and Hughes, W. (Eds) Procs 4th West Africa Built Environment Research (WABER) Conference, July 19-21, Accra, Ghana, 79-89. [Ghana, 40% Contributions].

44. Ogundiran, I. A. & Adedeji, Y. M. D. (2012). Urban housing delivery polystyrene panels initiative in Abuja. In: Laryea, S., Agyepong, S. A., Leiringer, R. and Hughes, W. (Eds) Procs 4th West Africa Built Environment Research (WABER) Conference, July

19-21, Abuja, Nigeria, 1033-1042. [Nigeria, 40% Contributions].

45. *Adedeji, Y. M. D. & Taiwo, A. A. (2012). Sustainable building finishes: Use of renewable standardized wood-based material in Nigeria. Advanced Materials Research

587, 134-138.Retrieved from http://www.scientific.net doi:10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.587.134 [Switzerland, 60%Contribution].

46. *Adedeji, Y. M. D., Taiwo, A. O., Olotuah, A.O. Fadairo, G. & Ayeni, D.A (2013). Low- carbon construction materials and techniques for sustainable housing development in Nigeria. In: Chimay, J. A. and Ali, M. M. (Eds) Proceedings of the 2013 Architectural Engineering National Conference, State College, Pennsylvania, USA, April 3-5, 643-651. [USA, 30% Contributions].

47. *Adedeji, J. A., Fadamiro, J. A. & Adedeji, Y. M. D. (2015). Residential fencing and house gating: An overview of social inequality in Ilorin, Nigeria. In: B. Aluko, H. Odeyinka, D. O. Amole, S. A. Ademuleya & O. P. Daramola (Eds.), The Proceedings of Environmental Design and Management International Conference, Obafemi Awolowo, University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria, 9th-12th March, 483-492. [Nigeria, 30% Contributions].

(e) Monographs/ Technical reports

None

22. Conference(s) Attended with Dates and / or Papers Presented (non-scorable)

(i) 2004 Architectural Research, A Seminar of AARCHES, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife, 9 December.

(ii) 2005 Architectural Research, A Seminar of AARCHES, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife, 14 April.

(iii) 2005 International Conference, Federal University of Technology, Akure14-19 August.

Adedeji, Y. M. D. & Ogunsote, O.O. (2005). Modern techniques of using timber in building structures and components in Nigeria. Proceedings of International Conference on Science and Technology at The Federal University of Technology, Akure. [Nigeria, 60% Contribution].

(v) 2007 Association of Architectural Educators of Nigeria (AARCHES) Conference, Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria, 17-19 October.

(vi) 2008 IIBCC-11th International Inorganic-Bonded Composite Conference, Madrid, Spain, Nov 4th-7th.

(vii) 2009 49th Biennial General Assembly / Conference of the Nigerian Institute of Architects, Abuja, 18th – 21stNovember.

(viii) 2010 FUTA SET 2010. 1st International Conference of School of Environmental Technology, The Federal University of Technology, Akure, 25th- 27th October, 2010.

(ix) 2011 Economy conference held between 6-8 July, 2011, Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom. Housing economy: use of interlocking masonry for low-cost housing in Nigeria.

(ix) 2011 Sustainable Development and Planning V Conference, Wessex, Institute of

Technology, Ashurst, New Forest, United Kingdom.

(x) 2012 Environmental Impacts and Development Conference, Wessex, Institute of

Technology, Ashurst, New Forest, United Kingdom, July 3-5.

(xi) 2012 Waste Management 2012 Conference, Wessex, Institute of Technology, Ashurst, New Forest, United Kingdom, July 4-6.

(xii) 2012 International Summer School, Lincoln School of Architecture, University of

Lincoln, UK, July 8-21

(xvii) 2013 Architectural Engineering Institute (AEI) Conference, 2013, Penn State, University Park, PA, USA, April 3-5.

(xviii) 2013 The Higher Education Academy (HEA) STEM: Annual Learning and Teaching

Conference, 2013, The University of Birmingham, UK, April 17-18.

*Taiwo, A. A.; Adeboye, A., Adedeji, Y. M. D., Ayeni, D.; Fadairo, G. & Olotuah, A. O. (2013). Inculcating housing sustainability into architectural education in Nigeria. HEA STEM: Annual Learning and Teaching Conference, 2013, The University of Birmingham, UK, April 17-18.

23. Professional Practice (A Selection of Projects)

(i)

AutoCAD 3D Model

2007

(ii)

5-Bedroom Duplex, Lekki, Lagos

2007

(iii)

4 - Bedroom Flat

2006

(iv)

Residential Development, Ondo

2005

(v)

Coordinators’ Charlet, Deeper Life Camp

2005

(vi)

A Family House, Oshogbo

2005

(vii)

Deeper Life Pastorium, Akure

2004

(viii)

Female Dormitory, Deeper Life Camp, Akure

2003

(ix)

4 - Bedroom Bungalow, GRA Ijebu, Owo

2002

(x)

A Residential Building, Akure

2001

(xi)

A Family House, Alaba Layout, Akure

2000

(xii)

3 - Bedroom Bungalow, Akure

2000

(xiii)

6 -Bedroom Duplex, Oka-Akoko

1998

(xiv)

4 - Bedroom Duplex, Ilesha

1998

(xv)

3 - Bedroom Flat, Oyo

1997

(xvi)

Residential Buildin