Femi Ekanoye

The International Centre for IT and Development


Asst. Professor Femi Ekanoye

Asst. Professor Femi Ekanoye is currently a Doctoral Candidate with The ICT University, and a Research Scholar with International Center for Information Technology and Development at The College of Business of Southern University and A&M College, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. USA. He is a scholar and an entrepreneur with special interest in Information and Communication Technology of wireless communication devices type approvals.He is the Chief Executive Officer of Resonance Compliance International Limited Nigeria and a knowledge investor to various allied companies. He holds a Master degree in Communication Management from Buckinghamshire New University, High Wycombe, England, and a Post graduate diploma in Strategic Business Information Technology from National Computing Center, Manchester, England. He is Master Project Manager(MPM) and Certified international Project Manager(CIPM) licensed by the American Academy of Project Management (AAMP). Asst. Professor Femi has been working with the Management Information Systems undergraduate students’ of Southern University and A&M College is developing scholarly publications in the area of Telemedicine and in the area of Electronic Health Records. He is currently working on articles that relate to the emergence of robust Mobile virtual Network operators in Africa and how telecommunications companies in United States can tap into the realities of these new markets. His professional and investigative skills in ascertaining declaration of conformity (DOC) of wireless communication devices from approved laboratories like NTS, ITC, UL, Intertek, SGS and other globally acclaimed wireless communication device laboratory gave birth to his continuous compliance research in standards and use of terminal equipment in Africa. He has been a Co- Principal investigator in research grant sponsored by the Louisiana Board of Regents on the grant titled “Southern University Health Information Technology”. He is worked on a Thurgood Marshall grant for the development of STEM related programs in Historical Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) in the United States. He has made key features in the UL Silicon Valley, San Francisco on matters relating to the operating frequencies and Dynamic frequency Selection (DFS) of 5Ghz within the Nigeria wireless communication environment. He is constantly liaising, researching and providing advice for recognized laboratories in the area Specific absorption rate (SAR) for mobile devices, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), Radio
frequency (RF) and Health and Safety of terminal equipment to be manufactured for use in the African markets.

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