Oluwole O. Oyetoke

Work place: The University of Leeds, Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, LS2 9JT, Leeds, United Kingdom

E-mail: oluwoleoyetoke@gmail.com


Research Interests: Computational Engineering, Computer systems and computational processes, Embedded System, Engineering


Oluwole O. Oyetoke is a citizen of Nigeria, who studied Information and Communication Engineering (B. Eng., First Class Honours, 2014) from the department of Electrical and Information Engineering, Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria and is currently on postgraduate studies in Embedded Systems Engineering at the University of Leeds, United Kingdom (2016/2017). He is a core Java and Embedded C programmer with vast experience through engagement in various enterprise level projects. He is also a certified IT Service Management Professional (ITIL Foundation).

He has worked on various community development projects including the development of an open-source school management system which is currently used in various schools across Africa, USA and parts of South Asia. Also, in May 2015, he developed an Open-Source Computer-Based Testing System to serve as a practice platform for prospective Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) candidates in Nigeria. Most recently, he worked on the design of a Computer Controlled Embedded Energy Management System aimed at regulating energy usage in African homes through a dynamic and automated load shedding mechanisms.

Mr. Oyetoke is a student member of NSE (Nigerian Society of Engineers) and has published findings in over 7 learned journals. He has bagged various awards over the course of his career till date. These includes the Covenant University Award of Academic Excellence (2014), Procter and Gamble ‘Power of You’ award, an award for being one of the most strategic employees in the first quarter of the 2014/2015 Fiscal Year in Nigeria, the British American Tobacco Bronze Medallion Award (2016), and the prestigious British Government’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office’s Chevening Scholarship Award in August 2016.

Author Articles
A Practical Application of ARM Cortex-M3 Processor Core in Embedded System Engineering

By Oluwole O. Oyetoke

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijisa.2017.07.08, Pub. Date: 8 Jul. 2017

Embedded Systems Engineering has grown in recent years to become an integral part of our daily living as it finds striking applications in various spheres of our lives. These range from Manufacturing, Electronic Health, Telecommunications, Construction and Robotics to numerous other fields. Primarily, Embedded Systems are usually a combination of selected electrical and electronic components functioning together under the direct control of a programmed controller. They serve fundamentally as additional units incorporated within already existing infrastructures with the sole aim of providing dedicated services to the larger infrastructure. Many of the controllers used operate on uniquely designed processor cores, instruction sets, and architecture profiles. This paper seeks to elucidate the application of the ARM Cortext-M3 processor based NXP LPC 1768 Microcontroller unit in the design and development of a Temperature Monitoring and Logging System. The write-up starts off with an overview of the principal ARM processor core families, architecture profiles, instruction sets and subsequently, demonstrates its utilization in the design of a Temperature Monitoring and Logging System. The paper shows how the NXP LPC 1768 Microcontroller Unit successfully serves as the brain of the temperature logger device through its standardized interfacing with a TMP102 temperature sensor using the Inter- Integrated Circuit (I2C) protocol. The Microcontroller is programmed using Embedded C while other unique functionalities of the ARM Cortex-M3 core such as Interrupt Handling and System Tick Timer efficiency are also explored.

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Leveraging Information Technology in Automating School Management and Student Activities by Successfully Integrating a Javabased School Management Application Software

By Oluwole O. Oyetoke

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijitcs.2016.01.03, Pub. Date: 8 Jan. 2016

Considering the rapidly growing world population and increased enrolment in full course primary school education around the world, this paper elucidates key means of leveraging Information Technology for the effective and efficient management of the increasing pressure associated with schools' administrative functions and students' basic activities. Primarily narrowing down to the basic African education framework, this paper sheds more light on the methods which can be adopted for the development of such processes through improved Information Technology platforms. In doing this, the design and implementation of the Jasper School Management System (a school management solution developed by the author) will be used as a case study. Also, a brief highlight of the impact this Information Technology initiative will have on institutions where it is deployed. The Jasper School Management Software being referenced was built using Java Programming Language in conjunction with MySQL. It was produced to help improve management activities of schools especially in developing countries of the world, with 8 major school management modules incorporated into it. Also, the software is open-source i.e., open to adaptations, improvements and free to download.

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