Prof OKIKE, Benjamin

Born 22ND NOVEMBER, 1970
Prof.

OKIKE

Benjamin

W.A.S.C. – 1987
B.Sc.(COMPUTER & STATISTICS.) – 1993
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M.Sc.(COMPUTER SCIENCE ) – 1998
Ph. D. (COMPUTER SCIENCE) – 2006

Professor Okike Benjamin is an Organized Lecturer skilled in classroom management and curriculum presentation. Strong history of increasing student engagement and fostering learning outcomes demonstrated for over 20 years of experience. Charismatic Lecturer offering proven history of faculty collaboration and commitment to research illustrated in academic roles. Highly-rated Professor specializing in Computer Science. Excellent public speaker and class administrator. Structured academic professional demonstrating proven success in fostering student learning outcome through creative and innovative curriculum delivery methods. Adept in driving thought-provoking class debates to promote students engagement and learning. Accomplished University Computer Science Lecturer successful at teaching both graduate and undergraduate students. Meticulous academic professional adept in maintaining student engagement and participation in both online and in-classroom contexts. Offering a solid foundation of delivering engaging students’ lectures and assignments. Results-oriented Professor capable of thriving under pressure both individually and as part of a team. Excellent in presentation, interpersonal and communication skills. Experienced manager with excellent client and project management skills. Actionoriented teacher with strong ability to communicate effectively with technology, executive, and business audiences.
Gender: Male
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State of Origin: Abia State
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Profession Lecturer
Working Experience LECTURER UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA ASSISTANT LECTURER 2000 – 2004 , LECTURER UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA LECTURER II 2004 – 2006 , LECTURER UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA LECTURER I 2006 – 2009 , LECTURER UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA SENIOR LECTURER 2009 – 2012 , LECTURER UNIVERSITY OF GHANA VISITING SCHOLAR 2013 – 2014 , LECTURER UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 2012 – 2016 , LECTURER UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA PROFESSOR 2016 – Date , RESEARCHER FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY, USA RESEARCH SCHOLAR 2016 - 2017

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
NIGERIA COMPUTER SOCIETY (NCS)
NIGERIA INTERNET GROUP (NIG)

MARY SLESSOR SEC. SCHOOL., AROCHUKWU - 1983-1987 UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA - 1988-1993 UNIVERSITY OF BENIN, BENIN CITY - 1995-1998 ABUBAKAR TAFAWA BALEWA UNIVERSITY - 2001-2005
Tertiary
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PUBLICATIONS

REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES
1. OKIKE, B. (2015). Deployment of Electronic Banking System: The Nigerian
Experience, American Journal of Computation, Communication and Control
Vol. 2, No. 3, Pp. 29-32, http://www.aascit.org/journal/ajccc)
2. OKIKE, B. & GARBA, EJD, (2015). The Effect of the Internet on the Academic
Performance of Nigerian Students (A Case Study of University Of Abuja),
American Journal of Mathematical Modeling & Applied Computing, Vol.2, No.
1, Pp. 1-8, http://ajmmac.com/
3. OKIKE, B. & GARBA, EJD, (2015). Development of Okike’s Merged Irregular
Transposition Cipher and Its Level Error, British Journal of Mathematics &
Computer Science, 7(3), PP. 229-240, www.sciencedomain.org
4. OKIKE, B. & GARBA, EJD, (2015). Pattern in Splitting Sequence in Okike’s Merged
Irregular Transposition Cipher for Encrypting Cyberspace Messages, American
Journal of Computation, Communication and Control, 2(2): PP. 7-11,
http://www.aascit.org/journal/ajccc
5. OKIKE, B. & GARBA, EJD, (2014). Determination of complexity level in Okike’s
Merged Irregular Transposition Cipher, American Journal of Computation,
Communication and Control, 1(4): PP. 61-65, http://www.aascit.org/journal/ajccc
6. OKIKE, B. & GARBA, EJD, (2014), Development of Okike’s 2-Tail Reversed Cipher
Algorithm, International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 5,
Issue 2: PP. 528 – 534, http://www.ijser.org
7. OKIKE, B. & GARBA, EJD, (2013), Application of Modulo-2 Arithmetic in Securing
Communicated Messages, International Journal of Scientific & Engineering
Research, Volume 4, Issue 11, PP. 1104 – 1108, http://www.ijser.org
8. OKIKE, B. (2012), Random Number Generators and their Applications in
Cryptography, National Mathematical Centre, Abuja, Nigeria, Vol. 2, 117 – 126.
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9. OKIKE, B. (2012), The Effects of Social Networking on Nigerian Universities Research
Works (A Case Study of University Of Abuja), Oriental Journal of Computer
Science and Technology, Vol. 5(1), http://www.computerscijournal.org , 15 – 22.
10. OKIKE, B. (2012), The Effect of Web 2.0 on the Teaching and Learning
Processes in a Developing Country’s Universities, Oriental Journal of
Computer Science and Technology, India, Vol. 5(1), Pp. 87 – 92.
http://www.computerscijournal.org,
11. OKIKE, B. & HAMMAWA, M.B. (2007), Implementing Role Based Access for
Government Transactions, Technology and Development Journal, 2007 June/July
Edition, pp. 175 – 184.
12. HAMMAWA, M.B. & OKIKE, B. (2007), Modeling and Telecommunication
Technologies (ICTs) for Effective and Secure Banking Transactions in Nigeria,
Abuja Management Review, Vol. 4, Issue No. 1, pp. 15 – 21
13. OKIKE, B. (2005), Deployment of Digital Signature in Information Security,
Zuma – journal of Pure and Applied Sciences, Vol 7 No. 1, pp. 194 – 197
14. OKIKE, B. (2004), Application of Firewall in Protecting an Organisation’s Internal
Network (Intranet), Zuma – journal of Pure and Applied Sciences, Vol 6 No. 2, pp. 80 –
87.
15. OKIKE, B. (2003), Information Encryption and Decryption, Zuma – journal
of Pure and Applied Sciences, Vol 5 No. 2, pp. 95 – 100.
16. OKIKE, B. (2003), Information Security: An African Initiative, JORDA –
Journal of Research and Development in Africa, Vol 2 No. 1, pp. 136 – 143.
17. OKIKE, B. (2003), Enhancing University Administration Using Computer Network,
AJE – Abuja Journal of Education, Vol 5 No 1, pp. 34 -53
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE PAPER PRESENTATIONS
18. Breaking of Digital Divide and Social Integration, Lisbon, Portugal, 22-24 April,
2009, http://www.formatex.org/micte2009/book/13-15.pdf
19. Effect of Internet on Linguistic Diversity, Penang, Malaysia, 17-20 May, 2010,
http://www.aace.org/confe/glean/
20. Distance /Flexible Learning Education in a Developing Country, Toronto,
Canada, 29th June – 2
nd
July, 2010, http://www.editlib.org/p/34771

21. Higher Education as Empowerment Tool – A Case of National Open
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University of Nigeria, 2011, P.31

Click to access NR-Abstracts.pdf


BOOKS
22. OKIKE, B. (2007). Fundamentals and Principles of Computer Science, Panache
Publishing House, Federal Capital, Abuja
23. OKIKE, B. (2007). Introduction to Basic Programming and Database Management
System, Panache Publishing House, Federal Capital, Abuja
24. OKIKE, B. (2012). Some New Encryption Techniques Using Firewalls and Random
Generators, Lamert Academic Publishing, Germany.
25. OKIKE, B. (2013). Deployment of Information and Communication Technology in
Curbing Corruption in Africa, Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United
States of America
LOCAL SEMINARS/CONFERENCE PAPER ATTENDANCE
Application of Encryption and Firewalls Techniques in Information Security
and Protection within a Networked Environment, ATBU, Bauchi
Development of a 2-Tail Reversed Cipher in Information Security and Protection
within a Networked Environment, ATBU, Bauchi
Deployment of Merged Irregular Transposition Cipher Technique in Securing
Web Information, ATBU, Bauchi
Effects of Irregular Transposition Cipher Techniques in Information Security
Within Network Systems, ATBU, Bauchi

Application of Modulo-2 Arithmetic in Securing Communicated Messages t
throughout the Globe, ATBU, Bauchi
UNIVERSITY NEWS JOURNAL: ARTICLES
Computer Crime
Information Security
Digital Signature

XI. UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY SERVICE
STUDENTS’ ADVISER
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STUDENTS’ PROJECTS CORDINATOR
CENTRE FOR DISTANCE LEARNING ACADEMIC CORDINATOR FOR COMPUTER
COURSES
XII. MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
NIGERIA COMPUTER SOCIETY (NCS)
NIGERIA INTERNET GROUP (NIG)
XIII. RESEARCH PROJECTS
COMMUNITY POLICING IN FCT AND KOGI STATE

No 1 BENJAMIN OKIKE STREET, G/LADA,
ABUJA, NIGERIA

Skills
 Online learning tools
 Student research guidance
 Technology-based curriculum
 Class instruction
 Thesis advisement
 Data collection and analysis
 Academic research
 Student records management
 Continuing education
 Classroom presentations
 Conference presentation
 Clear communicator of complex ideas
 Data management
 PowerPoint Presentation Expert
 E-learning programs
 Research and analysis

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