The University of Southampton

Olabambo Oluwasuji

Postgraduate research student


As an academic staff of a leading university in Nigeria, I proceeded on acquiring a PhD from the University of Southampton's world-reknown Department of Electronics and Computer Science. I had acquired a Masters' degree in Automation and Control from Newcastle University. After my masters' degree, I worked in a manufacturing organization as an Automation Engineer for a couple of years. Together with my love for teaching, my  interest in contributing towards the development of students in all levels began to grow. For this reason, I moved into academia by becoming an assistant lecturer in the university back home.

Whilst studying for my PhD here, I have continued to develop my skills and interests- I have been trained as a demonstrator in the University of Southampton, having attended Introduction to Teaching Skills for PGRS Parts 1 & 2, among other related training.


Research interests

My research interests are formed off a quest for contributing towards energy stability in Nigeria. As a PhD student within ECS, my research interests are largely centred around developing tractable, scalable algorithms for shedding electric load on a grid, whilst optimizing grid performance (minimising social costs and maximising profits) and improving fairness.



MSc., Automation and Control

B.Tech, Electrical and ELectronics ENgineering


Oluwasuji, Olabambo, Ifeoluwa, Malik, Obaid, Zhang, Jie and Ramchurn, Sarvapali (2018) Algorithms to manage load shedding events in developing countries. 17th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems, Stockholm, Sweden. 10 - 15 Jul 2018. 3 pp. (In Press)

Oluwasuji, Olabambo, Ifeoluwa, Malik, Obaid, Zhang, Jie and Ramchurn, Sarvapali (2018) Algorithms for fair load shedding in developing countries. International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Stockholm, Sweden. 13 - 19 Jul 2018. 7 pp. (In Press)


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