MAJOR CONFERENCES, WORKSHOPS AND COURSES ATTENDED

  1. Laser Optics Conference, Brighton, April, 1982.
  2. International Gas Turbine Conference, London, May, 1982.
  3. Course entitled 'NUMERICAL METHODS IN HEAT AND FLUID FLOW' University of Manchester Inst. of Sci. & Tech., June, 1982.
  4. Solar Energy Forum at ONERSOL in Niamey as a Lecturer in Heat Transfer, April, 1984.
  5. Annual Conference of the Nigerian Society of Engineers, Kano, December 1994.
  6. National Solar Energy Forum, Enugu, June, 1985.
  7. Fourth International Conference on Laminar and Turbulent Flow, Swansea, U.K., 1985.
  8. Workshop and Conference on the Physics of Non-Conventional Energy Sources and Materials Science for Energy, Trieste, Italy, September, 1985.
  9. Annual Conference of the Nigerian Society of Engineers, Ilorin, December, 1985.
  10. National Solar Energy Forum, Zaria, 1986.
  11. Fire Seminar organised by the Nigerian Society of Engineers, Kano, July, 1986.
  12. Direct Labour Training Workshop organised by the Kano Branch of Nigerian Society of Engineers, Kano, September, 1986.
  13. Annual Conference of the Nigerian Society of Engineers, Warri, December, 1986.
  14. Seminar on Rural Development for Self Sufficiency, Kano, June, 1987.
  15. National Solar Energy Forum Lagos, April, 1987.
  16. First International Conference on Large Scale Systems, University of Benin, August, 1987.
  17. British Council visitor to the Open University, Cranfield Inst. of Technology, Brighton Polytechnic, Reading University, Sir Williams Halcrow & Partners at Swindon, Centre for Alternative Technology at Machynlleth, University College Cardiff and University of Birmingham all in the United Kingdom. The visit which occurred between 20th September and 7th October, 1987 was focused on the Energy Programmes of these institutions.
  18. National Solar Energy Forum, Kaduna May, 1989.
  19. DFFRI Conference and Exhibition on the Local Manufacture of Components for Rural Electrification, 16th-18th November, 1988 Durbar Hotel, Lagos.
  20. National Solar Energy Forum, Nsukka, May 1989.
  21. National Solar Energy Forum, Sokoto, June, 1990.
  22. World Renewable Energy Congress, University of Reading, United Kingdom, 23-28 September, 1990.
  23. International Workshop on Rural Energy Planning, Nigerian Institute for Oceanography and Marine Research, Lagos, 12th-16th November, 1990.
  24. Environmental Management Workshop for Socio-Economic Development in Nigeria, Sheraton Hotel, Abuja, 15-17 May, 1991.
  25. Nigerian National Committee of the World Energy Council's Conference on "Energy Issues in Nigeria - Today and Tomorrow", Nigerian Inst. of International Affairs, Lagos, 22-24, 1991.
  26. National Solar Energy Forum, Zaria, 22-25 October, 1991.
  27. National Solar Energy Forum, Sokoto, 9th-12th September, 1992.
  28. Nigerian National Committee of the World Energy Council's Conference on "Energy Pricing and National Development", N.I.I.A., Lagos, 19th-21st May, 1993.
  29. World Energy Council's Regional Energy Forum on "Energy, Innovation and Co-operation into the 21st Century", Hotel du Golf, Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire, 27th June-lst July, 1993.
  30. Annual Conference of the Nigerian Society of Engineers, Kaduna, 30th November, 1993.
  31. National Solar Energy Forum, Bauchi, 1st-4th December, 1993.
  32. United Nations Colloquium on Renewable Energies for Environment and Development: Post UNCED Capacity Building in Developing Countries, Castel Gandolfo, Italy, 6-8th December, 1993.
  33. 3rd World Renewable Energy Congress, Reading United Kingdom, 11th - 16th September, 1994.
  34. Visited Universities in Washington, Kentucky and Pennsylvania all in the U.S.A. under the sponsorship of NUC/USAID. The visit which was to show 9 newly appointed Vice-Chancellors and Directors of Language Centres modern ways of University management took place between 5th-18th May, 1996.
  35. National Congressional Conference on "Economic and Development Issues in Nigeria", Organised by the Federal Government of Nigeria in Collaboration with the World Bank Group and the Development Policy Centre, Congress Hall, NICON Hilton Hotel, October 7-8, 1999.
  36. Solar Energy Forum, Abuja, 2007.
  37. National Institute of Mechanical Engineers Conference, Kaduna, 2007.
  38. National Workshop on Jatropha for Sustainable Energy Development, Kano 2008.
  39. 2nd NAEE/IAEE Annual Conference in Abuja, Nigeria, 23 – 24 April, 2009.
  40. 3rd Annual NAEE/IAEE International Conference Abuja, Nigeria April 19-20, 2010.
  41. National Association of Illumination Professionals, (NAIP) Abuja, Nigeria, 2011.
  42. World Renewable Energy Congress, Denver, Colorado, USA, May 2012.
  43. World Engineering Forum, Ljubljana, Slovenia, September 2012.
  44. New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Forum on Renewable Energy at Grand Renewable Energy 2014, Tokyo, Japan, July 2014.
  45. World Renewable Energy Congress, Kingston, London, UK, August 2014.
  46. World Engineering Conference on Sustainable Infrastructure, Abuja, September 2014.