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Professor Anthony Ogbonnaya Ibe is the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Administration) of the University.Professor Ibe joined the University of Port Harcourt in October, 1985 as a Lecturer I in the Department of Electrical/Electronic Engineering.  Through hardwork he rose to become the first Professor of Electrical Engineering of this University in 2009.  He was Head of Electrical/Electronic Engineering for fourteen years (1990-2012 and 2004 – 2006).  He later served as Director, ICTC for three and half years.  Professor Ibe was elected into the Governing Council of the University in June, 2013.  And in April, 2015 he became the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Administration).

 

Prof. Ibe holds a B.Eng, 1st Class honours (1979) from University of Nigeria, Nsukka and a PhD, DIC (1984) from Imperial College of Science and Technology, London.

 

Prof. Ibe is a member of Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE) and a Senior Member, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE).  He is also a COREN registered Engineer.

 

He has published over 40 articles and four books in Electrical Engineering.  He has supervised over 50 masters’ degree students and PhD students.  Prof. Ibe is an external examiner and assessor to a couple of Universities (some of them outside Nigeria).

 

Prof. Ibe is happily married to Mrs. Chika U. Ibe, who is a 1984 pharmacy graduate of University of Nigeria, Nsukka.  The marriage is blessed with fourchildren.

 

Publications

I           THESES

  1. IBE, A.O. (1979):  “Advanced Fault Analysis program for Assymmetrical Faults”, B. Eng. Thesis, Electrical/Electronic Engineering Department University of Nigeria.

 

  1. IBE, A. O. (1984):  “Travelling Wave – Based Fault Location Algorithms for Power Systems”, PhD Thesis, London.

 

II          JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

 

  1. IBE, A.O. and Cory, B.J. (1986): “A Travelling Wave-Based Fault Locator for Two and Three Terminal Networks”, IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, Vol. PWRD-1 No. 2, pp 283-288.

 

  1. IBE, A. O. and Cory, B.J. (1987): “Fault – Location Algorithm for Multi-Phase Power Lines”, IEE Proceedings, Vol. 134, Part C, No. 1, pp. 43-50.

 

  1. IBE, A. O. and Edereka, H. (1994): “Failures in Nigeria’s Electricity Industry – A Case Study”. Journal of Engineering for Development. Vol. 3. Pp 37 – 44.

 

  1. IBE, A. O. (1996): “Siiiiiiiiiimulation of Electromagnetic Transients in Power Systems”. Nigerian Journal of Technology Vol. 17 No. 1, pp 1-11.

 

  1. IBE, A. O. (2002):  “Management and Control of Distribution System Faults in Nigeria”, Journal of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp 35 – 42.

 

  1. IBE, A. O. (2003): “Electric Power Supply in an Offshore Oil Production Platform”, Global Journal of Engineering Research Vol. 2, No. 1 and 2, pp 35 – 40.

 

  1. Uhunmwangho, R., Ofodu, J. C., and IBE, A. O. (2003): “Performance Evaluation of Automatic Voltage Regulators”, Global Journal of Engineering Research Vol. 2, No. 1 and 2, pp 49-58.

 

  1. IBE, A. o. and Akerkpev, D. (2005): “Econometric Modeling of Electricity Consumption Trends in a Non-Deregulated Electricity Supply Industry”, Nigerian Journal of Engineering Management Vol. 6 No. 3, pp 25 – 34.

 

  1. IBE, A. o. and Uzonwa, N. K. (2005): “Power System Simulation for Short Circuit Current in the Selection of Switchgears”, Nigerian Journal of Industrial & Systems Studies, Vol. 4 No. 3, pp 9 – 16.

 

  1. IBE, A. O. and Eruotor, F. O. (2005): “Load Flow Study for Power Distribution Upgrade”, Scientia Africana – an International Journal of Pure and Applied Science, Vol. 4 Nos. 1 & 2, pp 38-49.

 

  1. IBE, A. O. and Chigbata, C. I. (2006): “Adequate Protection Scheme for a 33/11kV Injection Substation”, Nigerian Journal of Industrial and System Studies, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp 24-31.

 

  1. IBE, A. O. and Orji, C. K. (2006): “Comparative Analysis of the Cost of Production of Electric Power in Nigeria”, Nigerian Journal of Engineering Management, Vol. 7 No. 4, pp23-35.

 

  1. IBE, A. O. and Ihedoro, S. E. (2007): “The Impact of Regulating Transformer on Power Flows”, Nigerian Journal of Industrial & Systems Studies, Vol. 6 No. 1, pp 1-9.

 

  1. IBE, A. O. and Ntuen, A. E. (2007): “Improving Electricity Supply in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria”, Scientia Africana, International Journal of Pure and Applied Science, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp 49-55.

 

  1. IBE, A. O. andOkedu, E. K. (2007): “Optimized Electricity Generation in Nigeria”, Nigerian Journal of Engineering Management. Vol. 8. No. 4. Pp 7-16.

 

  1. IBE, A. O. and Okedu, E. K. (2008): “Electricity Demand Projection Using Simple Exponential Smoothing and Box-Jenkins Forecasting Techniques”, Nigerian Journal of Industrial and Systems Studies, vol. 7, No. 1, pp 1-10.

 

  1. IBE, A. O. , Moronu, E. C. &Mbipom, D. E. (2009): “A Teleremote Power Switching Device”, Scientia Africana, International Journal of Pure and Applied Science, vol. 8, No. 2, pp 66-78.

 

  1. IBE, A. O. and E. K. Okedu (2009): “A Critical Review of Grid Operations in Nigeria”, Pacific Journal of Science and Technology (PJST) vol. 10 No. 2 pp 486 -490.

 

  1. IBE, A. O. and Odia A. (2010): “Transient Stability Assessment of the Nigerian 330KV Network”.  International Journal of Engineering (IJE) Vol. 4 No. 5.

 

  1. Odia, Ameze; Ibe, A. O. and Omorogiuwa, E. (2010): “Overload Conditions of the Nigerian 330kV Network”, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, pp398-403.

 

  1. IBE, A. O., Sofimieari, I. E., and Uma, Uzubi (2010): “Computer-Based Model for Design of a 132/33kV Substation Earthing System”, Journal of Research in National Development. Vol. 8 No. 2.

 

  1. IBE, A. O. Ogbogu, N. O. and Akhikpemelo, A. (2010): “Reliability Assessment of Port Harcourt 33/11kV Distribution System”, Journal of Research in National Development. Vol. 8 No. 2.

 

  1. IBE, A. O., Sofimieari, I. E., and Uma, Uzubi (2011): “Computer-Based Model for Selection of Lightning Arrester for 132/33kV Substation”, International Journal of Engineering Science.

 

  1. IBE, A. O., Esobinenwu, C. S. and Ogbogu, N. O. (2011): “Optimal Location of Distributed Generation for Loss Minimization in Distributed System”, Scientia Africana – An International Journal of Pure and Applied Science, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp 102 – 111.

 

  1. IBE, A. O., Sofimieari, I. E. and Oputa, Osita (2011): “Nigerian Electric Power Supply Quality Improvement”, Scientia Africana – An International Journal of Pure and Applied Science, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp34-40.

 

  1. IBE, A. O., and Yorkor, B. (2011): “Optimal Utilization of Electric Power in a Petrochemical Industry in Nigeria”, Scientia Africana – An International Journal of Pure and Applied Science, Vol. 10, No. 2 pp 105-123.

 

  1. IBE, A. O., Adefarati, T., and Esobinenwu, C. S. (2014): “Computational Algorithms for the Solution of Economic Load Dispatch in Interconnected Power System”, IOSR Journal of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Vol. 9, No. 4, pp1-11.

 

  1. IBE, A. O.,Uchejim Eldorado E., and Esobinenwu, C.S. (2014) “Optimal and Dispatch in the South/South Zone of Nigeria Power System by Means of Particle Swarm”, International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Vol. 5, No. 11, pp 128-139.

 

  1. IBE, A. O., Oke. M. J. Esobinenwu, C. S (1015): “Off-Grid Solutions to the Electricity Needs of the Riverine Areas of Rivers State”, Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management, Vol. 2 No. 6, pp 182-199.

 

 

III.        BOOKS

  1. IBE, A. O. and UHUNMWANGHO, R. (1997): “Basic Electrical Engineering”, CSS Press, Port Harcourt.

 

  1. IBE, A. O. (2002): “Power System Analysis”, ODUS Publishers, Enugu.

 

  1. IBE, A. O. (2007): “Basic Circuit Laws & Theorems”, ABIC Books Ltd, Enugu.

 

  1. K. E. Okedu and A. O. Ibe (2010): “Assessment of Electrical Energy Demand in Nigeria”, Lambert Academic Publishing LAP GmbH and Co KG Germany, ISBN: 978-3-8433-7561-0.

 

 

 

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION:

 

PRIMARY SCHOOL:

St. Michael’s Primary School, Aba, 1959 – 1964.  Qualification – First School Leaving Certificate (Credit).

 

 

SECONDARY SCHOOL:

  1. Iheme Memorial Grammar School, Arondizogu(1965 – 1969).

 

  1. National Secondary School, Nnewi(1970 – 1972).  Qualification – West African School Certificate (Grade One with Distinction).

 

POST SECONDARY:

  1. University of Nigeria, Nsukka, (1974 – 1979).  Qualification – B.Eng (1st Class), Electrical/Electronic Engineering.

 

  1. Imperial College of Science and Technology, London (1981 – 1984).  Qualification – PhD, DIC in Power Systems.

 

 

 

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