Abdulkarim Oloyede is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Telecommunication at the University of Ilorin and an ALAC member.
Oloyede teaches modules on Internet Protocols, Cybersecurity, Internet Governance, Networking and DNS at the University of Ilorin. As a post-doctoral researcher for the University of York, he is also working on broadband deployment strategies for developing countries and emergency situations. In particular, Oloyede is researching how the High Altitude Platform (HAP) can solve telecommunication problems in Africa.
ICANN and Internet Governance Participation
Oloyede has a bachelor's from Bayero University Kano and a master's and a doctorate from the University of York, all in Electrical Engineering.
- Energy Efficient Short Term Spectrum Auction Using the Concept of Green Payments Economic modeling with green resource management for future wireless broadband networks
- Energy efficient soft real-time spectrum auction
- Energy Efficient Learning Based Auction Process for Cognitive Radio Systems
- Energy efficient soft real-time spectrum auction for dynamic spectrum access