Faculty Profile

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Tajudeen Olasupo
(Nigeria)

Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering

Email: olasupot@spu.edu
Office: Otto Miller Hall 242


Education: BE, Federal University of Technology, Akure, 2005; PgD, Bible Theology, Redeemed Christian Bible College, Nigeria, 2010; MS, Florida Institute of Technology; PhD, Florida Institute of Technology, 2017. At SPU since 2017.

Dr. Tajudeen Olasupo joins Seattle Pacific University as assistant professor of electrical engineering in autumn 2017 to teach communication systems, electronics, and circuits. Prior to joining SPU, he was the instructor for computer communications, signals, and systems and communication laboratory, as well as teaching assistant for hardware/software design at Florida Institute of Technology. Dr. Olasupo worked as base station and electrical engineer in the cellular and construction industry, respectively, for over eight years. 

Dr. Olasupo is also an ordained minister of God (deacon) in the worldwide Redeemed Christian Church of God, where he has served as parish pastor and Sunday school teacher for over 20 years. His research interests include wireless sensor networks and the internet of things (IoT), electronic nodes, wireless communications, radio propagation, remote monitoring and control, big data, embedded and network programming, and evangelism. Dr. Olasupo has authored/co-authored two Christian books and several IEEE transactions and conferences.

Please see Dr. Olasuop's CV (PDF) for more information.


Selected Publications

  • Olasupo, T. O., Otero, C. E., "The Impacts of Node Orientation on Radio Propagation Models for Airborne-deployed Sensor Networks in Large-scale Tree Vegetation Terrains," IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics: System 2017 (accepted).
  • Olasupo, T.O., Alsayyari, A., Otero, C.E., Olasupo, K.O., Kostanic, I., “Empirical Path loss Models for Low Power Wireless Sensor Nodes Deployed on the Ground in Different Terrains,” IEEE Jordan Conference on Applied Electrical Engineering and Computing Technologies (AEECT) 2017 (accepted).
  • Olasupo, K.O., Kostanic, I., Olasupo, T.O., Otero, C.E., “Link Performance Modeling of Wireless Sensor Network for Mission-Critical Applications (Underground Deployment),” 16th Annual Mediterranean Ad Hoc Networking Workshop, IEEE Conference 2017 (accepted).
  • Olasupo, T. O., Olasupo, K. O., "Investigation of Factor that Determine the Performance of  Wireless Sensor Networks for Large-sacle on-demand Deploymnents," Universal Journal of Communications and Network, 2017.
  • Olasupo, T.O., Otero, C.E., Olasupo, K.O., Kostanic, I., “Empirical Path loss Models for Wireless Sensor Deployment in Natural Grass Environments,” IEEE Transactions on Antenna and Propagation, vol. 64, pp. 4012-4020, 2016.