Distinguished  African  Researchers  London  Conference
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Distinguished  African  Researchers  London  Conference

Distinguished African Researchers London Conference

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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).

Provisional   Agenda  

Registration                            18.00-18.10

Welcome                                18.10-18.15

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

Break                                   20.00-20.15

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

Networking                       21.40-22.00

Depart                              22.00       

Paper   Presenters:     Participants   with presentations     should     send   them to: pridiorg@gmail.com   Please   quote  Event  Reference  : DARLC01   when you contact us.

First,    prepare     word   document   not exceeding   15 pages   with all relevant sections   and     send to us at   pridiorg@gmail.com before the deadline we gave.   Check   our website   pridglobal.com     for   guidance   and   further information about   how to prepare   word   documents   for   presentations   at   our events.    

Participants, whose presntations in word format are accepted,  will then be   required   to   prepare   power point presentations  which should range   between       5-16 slides       for     participants   with presentations.   They   are expected to send   their   presentations   to us at   pridiorg@gmail.com.   Check   our website   pridglobal.com     for   guidance   and   further information about   how to prepare   power point   documents   for   presentations   at   our events.    

Terms  and  Conditions:  Our  general  terms  and  conditions  for  payment  and registerations  apply. See pridglobal.com  for  further  details.  

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.    



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