Distinguished African Researchers London Conference
Event Reference : DARLC01
Event Chair: Dr. Yahuza Ibrahim
Distinguished African Researchers London Conference is one of PRID's multidisciplinary events that targets presenters and audience from diverse background. Presentations about concluded, on-going or future research that are of relevance to africa or any country in africa are welcomed. As well as experienced researchers, early career researchers and students are welcomed to make presntations at the event.
Presentations by each speaker will last for 15 minutes; presentations and discussions (question and answer).
Presenter 1 18.15-18.30
Presenter 2 18.30-18.45
Presenter 3 18.45--19.00
Presenter 4 19.00-19.15
Presenter 5 19.15-19.30
Presenter 6 19.30-19.45
Presenter 7 19.45-20.00
Presenter 8 20.15-20.30
Presenter 9 20.30-20.45
Presenter 10 20.45-21.00
Presenter 11 21.00-21.15
Presenter 12 21.15-21.30
Closing remarks 21.30-21.40
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Confirmed Presenters at the event include:
Dr Yahuza Ibrahim
Dr Yahuza Ibrahim was a former Lecturer and researcher in Nigeria, Banker (NYSC-with the Central Bank of Nigeria), and trainee agronomist (on placement) with the Sokoto State Agricultural Development Project (SADP). He is currently an independent researcher and event convener with Proficient Research, Innovation & Development (PRID) which he founded. Dr Yahuza is a global expert in Agronomy and Crop Ecology with specialization in theorethical production ecology. He has particular interest in exploring yield-density equations in both sole crop and intercrops. Dr Yahuza’s other research interest include but not limited to: resource capture and the efficiency of resource capture by crops; low input and sustainable production systems; climate change mitigations and adaptations in agricultural systems (crops); organic farming and related ecological production systems; adaptation of crops and varieties at locations other than of origin or of wider cultivation, and socio-economics of agricultural systems (mainly crops).
Dr Yahuza’s papers have been cited in a number of resources including but not limited to : Tree –Crop interactions, 2nd Edition (2015; a Book published by CABI); Plant Ecology (2016; published by Springer); American Journal of Experimental Agriculture (2016; published by SCIENCEDOMAIN international); Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (2015; published by Elsevier); The Rangeland Journal (2015; published by CSIRO, Australia); Theoretical Ecology (2014; published by Springer) ; Grass and Forage Science (2014 published by Wiley); Journal of Applied Research of Plant Ecophysiology (2014); Journal of Al-qadisiyah for Pure Science (2013; published by Al-Qadisiyah University, Iraq); Field Crops Research (2013; published by Elsevier); Albanian Journal of Agricultural Science (2013) and Pesiquise Agropecuaria Brasileira (2012; published by ScELO, Brasil).
Dr Yahuza has participated in over 300 events of academic, professional, business or educational relevance at various locations in the UK. He also made presentations at some of the events he participated in, including at the universities of Cambridge, London and Edinburgh.