tejumolaDr. Tejumola Taiwo Raphael
Space Applications

Education

BEng Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria
PgD Satellite Communication, ARCSSTE-E, Nigeria
MEng Space Systems Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
PhD Space Systems Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan

Research Interest

Space Systems Engineering, Space Environment, Spacecraft Testing and Verification, Space Applications

Past Experience

Principal Engineer, National Space Research and Development Agency, Nigeria
Project Manager and Lead Systems Engineer, BIRDS Satellite Project
Payload Engineer, (Plasma Measurement System) HORYU-IV satellite

Journals

1.    Taiwo R. TEJUMOLA, Atomu TANAKA, Arifur KHAN, HORYU-IV Project Team, Mengu CHO, “Development of Low Cost Double Probe Plasma Measurement System for a Lean Satellite HORYU-IV”. Trans JSASS Aerospace Tech. Japan Vol. 14 No. Ists30 pp. Pr_39-Pr_46 (2016) doi:10.2322/tastj.14.pr_39

2.    Taiwo Raphael Tejumola, Guillermo Wenceslao Zarate Segura, Sangkyun Kim, Arifur Khan, Mengu Cho “Validation of Double Langmuir Probe in-Orbit Performance onboard a Nano-Satellite” Acta-Astronautica Vol. 144 (2018) 388-396
doi: 10.1016/j.actaastro.2018.01.016

International Conferences/Workshops
1.    Taiwo R. TEJUMOLA, Atomu TANAKA, Arifur KHAN, Mengu CHO “Development of Plasma Measurement System for Nano-Satellite” Asia Oceania Geosciences Conference; Hokkaido, Japan. July, 2014. (Conference paper and presentation).

2.    Taiwo R. TEJUMOLA, Atomu TANAKA, Arifur KHAN, HORYU-IV Project Team, Mengu CHO “Development of Double Probe Plasma Measurement System with Novel Probe Contamination Cleaning Technique for Nano-Satellite; 58th Space Science and Technology Conference, Nagasaki, Japan, November, 2014 (Conference paper and presentation).

3.    Taiwo Raphael TEJUMOLA, BIRDS Project Members, BIRDS Partners, Mengu CHO, “Joint Global Multi-Nation Birds: Developing Nations Testbed for Space Technology towards Sustainable Space Program ”, 7th Nano-Satellite Symposium, Kamchia, Varna, Bulgaria. October 2016. (Conference paper and presentation).

4.    Taiwo Raphael Tejumola, George Maeda, Mengu Cho “Lean Satellite Project as a Sustainable Model for Developing Countries Space Program” International Workshop on Lean Satellite Standardization, Tokyo. Japan. January 2017 (Presentation)

5.    Taiwo Raphael TEJUMOLA, BIRDS Project Members, BIRDS Partners, George Maeda, Sangkyum Kim, Hirokazu Masui, Mengu CHO “Overview of Joint Global Multi-Nation Birds Satellite Project” 8th Nano-Satellite Symposium, Matsumaya-Ehime, Japan, June 2017. (Conference paper and presentation).

6.    Taiwo Raphael Tejumola, George Maeda, Mengu Cho “Changing the Paradigm of Developing Countries Space Program: Lean Satellite Project as a Pragmatic Option” 68th International Astronautical Congress (IAC), Adelaide, Australia, September 2017. (Conference paper and presentation).

7.    TEJUMOLA Taiwo Raphael, BIRDS Project Team Members, Sangkyum Kim, George Maeda, Hirokazu Masui, Mengu Cho “BIRDS Satellite Project: 2017 AIRBUS GEDC Diversity Award Finalist” Global Engineering Dean Council Conference, Niagara, Ontario, Canada, October 2017. (Presentation)

8.    Taiwo Raphael TEJUMOLA, BIRDS Project Members, George Maeda, Sangkyun Kim, Hirokazu Masui, Mengu Cho
 “BIRDS Satellite Project as a Model for Capacity Building and International Cooperation towards Sustainable Space Program in Africa” UN/South Africa Symposium on Basic Space Technology, Stellenbosch, South Africa, December 2017. (Presentation)

9. Taiwo Raphael Tejumola, Guillermo Wenceslao Zarate Segura, Sangkyun Kim, Arifur Khan, Mengu Cho “Mission Report of Double Langmuir Probe Validation of Double Langmuir Probe in-Orbit Performance onboard HORYU-IV Satellite”  15th Spacecraft Charging Technology Conference, Kobe, Japan June 2018,

Awards

2017 Global Engineering Dean Council, Airbus Diversity Award in Engineering.
http://www.airbus.com/newsroom/press-releases/en/2017/10/gecd-airbus-diversity-award-2017.html