Akindeju Oluyemi, a PhD staff candidate in the department of Urban and Regional Planning of the University of Lagos, holds BSc (2005) and MSc (2010) degrees in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Lagos, with research bias for Urban Morphology, Science of Cities, Complexity Modelling and Environmental Planning. Prior to taking up academic appointment, he engaged in urban planning practice as a registered Town Planner for five (5) years in the private sector. As an academic, he teaches such courses as Pollution Control, Planning for Urban Infrastructure, Landscape Architecture, Planning Design, Tourism Planning and Management amongst others at the undergraduate level. He’s currently undertaking a PhD programme researching on the “Morphological implication of Space delimitation on the growth of Urbanized Islands in developing nations”. He has attended both local and international conferences and has few publications to his credit. He’s currently researching into the complexity of the city dynamics and the emerging virtual space of the digital era.
- B.Sc URP (Lagos)
- M.Sc., URP (Lagos)