Lagos University, Nigeria
Alake Adedamola has a Bsc in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Lagos, Lagos Nigeria. Currently working on an experimental research thesis in the production optimization in the enhanced oil recovery phase of the petroleum industry titled ‘’Enhanced oil recovery in reservoir formation rocks using a locally sourced material plamwine”. He has also co researched ‘’ Gas leak Detection Systems in Subsea pipelines [Oyedeji et al2016}. He is currently on his way to Conventry University in the Uk for a petroleum Engineering Masters Degree. He is a cofounder of INSTUCOM (Integrated student community) , a mobile and web application built for universities students, lecturers and respective industrial professionals. It’s a central hub for academic/professional networking systems to improve the crawling learning process and capability and expose the young undergraduates to their respective career fields through E mentoring in Nigeria and West Africa. He was the the secretary and Public relation officer of the society of Petroleum Engineers SPE (University chapter), currently an SPE member. Also an active member of shell idea 360 and cofounder of young innovative Engineers at his University. He has worked with Total Upstream Company in Nigeria at the Geosciences and Reservoir and Inspection Department.