Damilola Oladeji is a final year student of Remote Sensing and Geoscience Information Systems at Federal University of Technology, Akure. He is a geospatial analyst and research fellow with passion in space technology. He is a former intern at the GIS unit of the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, a member of Space Club Futa and has taken part in several projects organized by the club. His major interests are Earth observation for disaster monitoring and mitigation, agricultural monitoring, urban planning and hydrologic studies. He likes programming, graphics design and artwork and loves to take on responsibilities. He is an SGAC Web Editor.
Damilola was nominated by Oniosun Temidayo Isaiah (Africa RC);
“Since he joined the web team. He has been very instrumental to the team, he has been helping with timely delivery of duties. He has also been very instrumental to the AF-SGW organizing team, assisting with managing the event web page and database management.”
Here’s Damilola’s reaction:
“I am sincerely honored to be recognized as Member of the Month. I feel privileged to be part of such a wonderful community and to contribute to the development of global space exploration and technology. Being a member of the Web team has indeed helped me to hone my skills and handle tasks more effectively. I will continue to actively contribute and grow with the organization.”
From SGAC Chair, Ali Nasseri:
“Many SGAC teams work hard behind the scenes to make sure SGAC activities are a success. Our website is one of our main tools to showcase our activities and I am happy to see a member of our web team be selected as member of the month. In the past few months, Damilola has contributed to both AFSGW and management of our webteam, in some cases taking initiatives and using observations to make sure any needed content is properly implemented and goes out. I am happy to see him being recognized as the MoM. Congratulations Damilola! Well deserved!“