Cyril Attiogbe, HOD Mathematics and Statistics FBC.

 

PhD, North Carolina StateUniversity:AlgebraMinor in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Linear/Lie Algebras, functional Analysis and Abstract Algebra

Background      Undergraduate Course Outline 2020                                     Course Allocations 20 B
 
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics offers the following programs: Diploma in Mathematics and Statistics, Bachelor of Science General, Bachelor of Science with Honors in Mathematics, Bachelor of Science with Honors in Statistics, Post Graduate Diploma in Statistics, Post Graduate Diploma in Mathematics. Master of Science in Statistics, Master of Science in Mathematics, A PhD in Mathematics or in Statistics is possible if there is a Supervisor interested in your work.
 
Staff List
NAME TITLEPHOTOQUALIFICATIONSRESEARCH INTEREST
Cyril Attiogbe HOD Mathematics and Statistics . PhD, North Carolina State University:
AlgebraMinor in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Linear/Lie Algebras, functional Analysis and Abstract Algebra
Dr. Olutola Fagbolu Senior Lecturer1. B. Tech, Computer Science, LAU Tech, Ogbomoso, Nigeria
2. M.Tech, Computer Science, FUTA, Akure, Nigeria
3. PhD, Computer Science, FUTA, Akure, Nigeria
Natural Language processing, Quantum Computation and Software Development and Security
Dr. Mohamed Abdulai Koroma Senior Lecturer 1. BSc, Mathematics, FBC, USL
2. MSc, Applied Mathematics, ELE-IFE, Nigeria
3. PhD, Harbin Institute of Technology, N.E. China
Fluid flow Theory and Numerical Application to Fluid Flow
Mr. Momodu Samuel Cen Kamara
Senior Lecturer B.Sc(Hons), Mathematics, FBC, USL, M.Sc(Statistics), Njala, USL Experimental Designs, Hamiltonian Mechanics
Dr. Abdul KamaraLecturer 1PhD, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, People’s Republic of China. Statistics(Pure and Applied), Disease Modeling.
Mr. Mohamed Sellu
Lecturer 2BSc, MSc, FBC, USL Epidemiology
Dr. S. SamuraLecturer 1PhD, Anhui University, People’s Republic of China. Probability Limit Theory of dependent variables, non parametric and semi parametric statistical models, linear and non linear statistical models.
Mr. Michael Sevalie
Lecturer 1BSc, MSc, FBC, USL Epidemiology
Mr. Alpha Ibrahim Turay



Lecturer 1 1. BSc(HONS), Mathematics, FBC, USL
2. MSc(Mathematics), University of Guelph, Ontario Canada
Statistical Mechanics of Fluids, Number Theory, Algebra
Mr. Sallu Gerald Kaikai Lecturer 1 HTC(Sec), BSc, MSc FBC, USL, PhD Candidate, USL A general Wilcoxon Model to test  differences in birth rates among women in the Glouster and Brookfields communities of the Western Area of Sierra-leone
Mrs. Mabinty Conteh Clarke Grade 2 Milton Margai College of Education, CSS-Certificate Secretarial Studies, NDSD
Dr. E. O. CarewDean and Associate Professor.PhD, University of Wales, Swansea, UK