Dr. Adesola S. Ademiloye joined Zienkiewicz Centre for Computational Engineering (ZC2E), Swansea University in October 2018. Prior to this, Dr. Ademiloye was a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the City University of Hong Kong. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) degree in Civil Engineering with first class honors from Ekiti State University, Nigeria. He was awarded a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in Civil Engineering (Computational Mechanics) by the City University of Hong Kong in October 2017. Dr. Ademiloye’s research interest includes structural engineeringcomputational mechanicsmultiscale modelingbiomechanics and numerical methods. His studies have been published in prestigious journals, including Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and EngineeringJournal of the Mechanics and Physics of SolidsApplied Mathematical Modelling and Applied Mathematics and Computation, and presented at many leading international conferences.

Dr. Ademiloye is a recipient of various academic and research awards, such as Ekiti state government scholarship for talented studentsCityU postgraduate studentship, CityU research tuition scholarshipCityU outstanding academic performance award and best student paper award at the 2016 IAENG International Conference on Scientific Computing, Hong Kong SAR. Most recently, his doctoral thesis was granted the 2017 Outstanding Research Thesis Award (among a total of 6 awardees) by the City University of Hong Kong in September 2017. In addition, he is a reviewer for some prestigious international journals and has served as organizing and programme committee member for various international conferences such as IMECS 2016 and IEEE BIBE 2017.

Areas of Expertise

  • Civil/Structural/Medical Engineering
  • Computational Biomechanics
  • Multiscale Modelling
  • Numerical Methods
  • Red blood cells

Publications

  1. & Meshfree and Particle Methods in Biomechanics: Prospects and Challenges. Archives of Computational Methods in Engineering
  2. & A multiscale framework for large deformation modeling of RBC membranes. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 329, 144-167.
  3. & (2017). Element-free multiscale modeling of large deformation behavior of red blood cell membrane with malaria infection. Presented at Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Computational and Mathematical Biomedical Engineering (CMBE2017),, 316-319. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA: 5th International Conference on Computational and Mathematical Biomedical Engineering (CMBE2017). doi:10.1101/136648
  4. & A multiscale Cauchy–Born meshfree model for deformability of red blood cells parasitized by Plasmodium falciparum. Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 101, 268-284.
  5. & A three-dimensional quasicontinuum approach for predicting biomechanical properties of malaria-infected red blood cell membrane. Applied Mathematical Modelling 49, 35-47.

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Teaching

  • EG-225 Structural Mechanics IIb

    This module continues from EG-221 and introduces some advanced topics in Structural Analysis; matrix stiffness methods for trusses and frames, moment distribution method for continuous beams and basic theory on influence lines for both statically determinate and indeterminate structures. Furthermore, experimental testing of various structures and familiarization with a commercial structural analysis package will also be carried out.

  • EGA100 Numerical Methods for Biomedical Engineers

    The course provides a practical foundation for the use of numerical methods to solve biomedical engineering problems. It will review MATLAB programming techniques and apply these techniques to a range of biomedical engineering problems. By the end of the course students should 1) feel comfortable in a programming environment 2) be able to translate numerical formulations into a program, 3) solve biomedical engineering problems computationally.