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Kamilu Adedokun | Applied Mathematics Award | Best Researcher Award

Kamilu Adedokun, Michigan technological university, United States

🌟 Kamilu Adedokun, a dedicated mathematician with a passion for applying calculations to enhance global health. Currently pursuing a Ph.D. at Michigan Technological University, he holds a Master’s in Applied Mathematics from Osun State University. With expertise in biomathematics, his research focuses on innovative solutions to health challenges. Kamilu’s contributions include pioneering models for diseases like tuberculosis and COVID-19, showcased in prestigious publications. As a committed educator, he has enriched minds in Nigeria and the USA, nurturing future mathematicians. Kamilu’s journey reflects a blend of academic excellence, research prowess, and a heart for community service. 📊✨


Publication Profile

🎓 Academic Journey:

Kamilu Adedokun embarked on an academic journey driven by a fervent desire to revolutionize healthcare through mathematics. Starting with a Bachelor’s in Mathematics from Osun State University, Nigeria, in 2016, he maintained an impressive CGPA of 4.27. His pursuit of excellence led him to obtain a Master’s in Applied Mathematics, graduating as the best student in the field in 2020. Currently, he’s on the path towards a Ph.D. in Philosophy at Michigan Technological University, USA, focusing on applied mathematics with a keen interest in biomathematics.

🧮 Research and Work Experience:

Throughout his career, Kamilu has blended academia with practical experience. He has served as a Graduate Teaching Assistant at Michigan Technological University, honing his skills in guiding budding mathematicians. Previously, he contributed significantly as an Assistant Lecturer and Graduate Teaching Assistant at Osun State University, Nigeria. His research endeavors, particularly in tuberculosis and epidemic modeling, have garnered attention and recognition, evident through his publications in esteemed journals.


Kamilu’s dedication and academic prowess have been duly rewarded. He has received numerous accolades, including departmental and faculty prizes for academic excellence. His commitment to excellence has been consistent throughout his academic journey, marking him as a standout scholar in his field.

Research Focus:

Kamilu Adedokun’s research primarily focuses on mathematical modeling and analysis of infectious diseases, with a specialization in applying fractional calculus methods. His work spans various diseases, including tuberculosis, COVID-19, and HIV-malaria co-infection dynamics. Through innovative approaches like the Laplace Adomian decomposition method and modified homotopy perturbation method, he delves into the intricate dynamics of disease transmission and evaluates the effectiveness of control strategies. With a blend of mathematical rigor and practical applicability, Kamilu contributes significantly to the field of epidemiology, paving the way for more effective disease management and control strategies. 🦠📊


Publication Top Notes :

📚A Caputo fractional order epidemic model for evaluating the effectiveness of high-risk quarantine and vaccination strategies on the spread of COVID-19by KA Adedokun et al., published in Beni-Suef University Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences in 2022. 📊 Cited by 19.

📚Modified homotopy perturbation method and its application to analytical solitons of fractional-order Korteweg–de Vries equation by KA Adedokun et al., published in Healthcare Analytics in 2023. 🩺 Cited by 16.

📚 A novel tuberculosis model incorporating a Caputo fractional derivative and treatment effect via the homotopy perturbation methodby KA Adedokun et al., published in Bulletin of the National Research Centre in 2023. 🦠 Cited by 4.

📚 The modified homotopy perturbation method and its application to the dynamics of price evolution in Caputo-fractional order Black Scholes model by KA Adedokun et al., published in Results in Control and Optimization in 2024. 🔬

Mathematical Analysis of Sensitive Parameters on the Dynamical Transmission of HIV-Malaria Co-infection

Pembuktian Kasus Malpraktek Di Indonesia

On the Solution of Volterra Integro-differential Equations using a Modified Adomian Decomposition Method

Optimal control analysis on mathematical model of dynamical transmission of hiv-malaria co-infection

Kamilu Adedokun | Applied Mathematics Award | Best Researcher Award

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