I am a PhD student of Computer Engineering under the supervision of Drs. Venkatesan, Khan and Gillard. My research is in the area of machine learning in oil and gas applications. I had my Bachelor and Master of Engineering from the Department of Electrical/Electronic Engineering in the University of Benin. I also have a Master of Science degree in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Benin where I worked on the use of machine learning for reservoir property prediction.
My research interests include computer architecture, machine learning and oil and gas.
- Osarogiagbon A. U., Khan F. and Venkatesan R. (November, 2016) “Achieving Long Distance Underwater Wireless Optical Communication”, The 25th Annual Newfoundland Electrical and Computer Engineering Conference (IEEE Newfoundland and Labrador Section).
- Osarogiagbon A. U. and Moloney C. (November, 2016) “Discrete Wavelet Transformation for Mud Pulse Detection”, The 25th Annual Newfoundland Electrical and Computer Engineering Conference (IEEE Newfoundland and Labrador Section)
- Osarogiagbon A. U., Udeze C.C., and Imorame I. J. (August, 2015) “Modeling Petrophysical Property Variations in Reservoir Sand Bodies Using Artificial Neural Network and Object Based Techniques”, Nigeria Annual International Conference and Exhibition held in Lagos, Nigeria, 4th to 6th August 2015. 178278-MS SPE Conference Paper.