Victor Oluleti

Victor Oluleti

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Obafemi Awolowo University
IEEE Region
Region 8 (Africa, Europe, Middle East)
Technical Area
Artificial Intelligence, Systems Engineering, Target Tracking Systems
Spoken Languages

English, British


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Oluleti Victor is an exceptional talent, poised to graduate with top honors. He is recognized for his outstanding contributions and dedication to making a positive impact on society. Born and raised in Ede town, Osun State, Nigeria, Victor developed a passion for engineering at a young age. His relentless drive and innovative mindset propelled him to success in various projects. During his secondary school education, he held the post of president of the JET club and won several prizes upon graduation. In his undergraduate years at Obafemi Awolowo University, he participated in many projects aimed at implementing engineering prototypes using microcontrollers and FPGAs.

Under his leadership, he coordinated several group projects such as the development of an analog electronics trainer kit, image processing and detection on microcontrollers and FPGAs, energy management systems with FPGAs for the Innovate FPGA contest in 2022, actively participating in the OAU ILABS research group on areas of photogrammetry and extended reality (particularly mobile phone-based augmented reality) from his third year, smart attendance system on FPGA using the Viola-Jones algorithm in his fourth year, and PLC and SCADA based implementation of the three tank system, AMIRA model, among others.

He served as an intern at the Electrical and Instrumentation Engineering Department, Chevron Nigeria Limited, where he was trained on Chevron Engineering Standards for Instrumentation and Control, working on the design of process control systems, distributed control systems, and the use of PLCs in plant automation. As a dedicated undergraduate in the field of control systems, he has been exploring the intricacies of dynamic systems and their applications in various industries.

One of his proudest projects in the realm of process control is the ongoing development of a PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) and SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) based three-tank system. Beyond academic achievements, he has also shown commitment to his local student branch activities since his sophomore year, participating in the organization of general assemblies, professional skills development, and having a great interest in world policies and matters, participating in the IMUM conferences.

Looking ahead, he is excited to continue pushing the boundaries of robotics and process control, and exploring new frontiers in automation. He is driven by a relentless passion for discovery and innovation, determined to make meaningful contributions to the future of technology.

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