Idowu, M.A: Conferences Attended

Papers in Referred Conference Proceedings

(xxi) M.A. Idowu and F.B. Kue (1998). Effect of Post-harvest Handling Conditions on the Quality of Clarias Gariepinus – a fresh water fish. In: Food Security and the survival of Food and Agro-allied Industries in the next Millennium” S.V.A. Uzochukwu, C.F.I. Onwuka and M.A. Idowu (Eds.). Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Conference of the Nigerian Institute of Food Science and Technology. Vol. 1: Technical papers pp. 97 – 99.

(xxii) M.A. Idowu, O.O. Lasekan and M.O. Kassim (1998). Process Technology, Characteristics and Storage Stability of Sweet Potato Jam. In: “Food Security and the survival of Food and Agro-allied Industries in the next Millennium”. S.V.A. Uzochukwu, C.F.I. Onwuka and M.A. Idowu (Eds.) Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Conference of the Nigerian Institute of Food

Science and Technology. Vol. 1: Technical Papers pp. 143 – 145.

(xxiii) M.A. Idowu, L.O. Sanni and O.B. Farore (2001). Development and Storage Stability of some Traditional Snack Foods from Sweet potato. In: “Root Crops: The Small Processor and Development of Local Food Industries for Market Economy. “M.O. Akoroda (Ed) Proceedings of the 8th Triennial Symposium of the International Society for Tropical Root Crops – African Branch (ISTRC-AB), IITA Ibadan. Pp 205 – 207.

(xxiv) M.A. Idowu, L.O. Sanni and O.A. Osunbitan (2001). Effect of Processing Methods and Storage Conditions on the Qualities of Fried Sweet-potato Chips. In: “Food Crops: The Small processor and Development of Local Food Industries for Market Economy”. M.O. Akoroda (Ed). Proceedings of the 8th Triennial Symposium of the International Society for Tropical Root Crops – African Branch (ISTRC-AB). IITA Ibadan. Pp 222 – 224.

(xxv) Babajide, J.M., Idowu, M.A. and Adesuko, M.A. (2002). Proximate and Sensory properties of instant cassava-wheat noodles. In: “Biotechnology in food processing.” C.N. Ubaonu, O.S. Eke and A. Uzomah (Eds.). Proceedings of the 26th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Institute of Food Science and Technology Pp 136 – 138.

(xxvi) Ogundele, K., Idowu, M.A., Awonorin, S.O., Atanda, O.O. and Akpan, I. (2006). Effect of processing method on stability of Sheabutter (Vitellaria paradoxa) during storage.

In:  Reforms in the Food Industry for meeting future challenges in Africa”. O.A.T. Ebuhi (Ed.) Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Institute of Food Science and Technology Pp 94 – 95.

(xxvii) Ogundele, K., Idowu, M.A., Awonorin, S.O., Atanda, O.O. and Akpan, I. (2006). Effect of processing method on the yield of Sheabutter (Vitellaria paradoxa). In: “Reforms in the Food Industry for meeting future challenges in Africa”. O.A.T. Ebuhi (Ed.) Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Institute of Food Science and Technology Pp 96– 97

Papers under review

(i) M.A. Idowu, I.A. Adeyemi and A.A. Babajide. Effect of packaging Material and storage condition on quality of “Orunla” {Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus)} powder (International Journal of Food properties).

(ii) M.A.Idowu, I.A, Adeyemi and E.C. Ejimofor. Effect of storage of okra fruits (Abelmoschus esculentus) on the nutrient composition and quality of “orunla” powder (ASSET)

(iii) M.A. Idowu, and O.O. Odubanjo. Iron contamination of some dry milled foods in Abeokuta and Odeda Local Government areas of Ogun State, Nigeria (ASSET).

(iv) Quality evaluation of some Commercial Baker’s yeast in Nigeria (Nigerian Food Journal).

(h) Research completed but not yet published

(i) Process technology and storage stability of “aadun” – a maize based Nigerian Snack.

(ii) Effect of different packaging materials on “pupuru” flour.

(iii) Development and sensory evaluation of “Ampla” – A breakfast meal from a mixture of roasted maize and soyabean.

(iv) Chemical and Phytochemical composition of some uncommon vegetables in Nigeria.

CONFERENCES, WORKSHOPS, TRAININGS AND EXHIBITIONS ATTENDED

(i) In-House Staff Development Workshop on Curriculum Studies based on Behavioural objectives. Organized by the Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro (11th – 15th Oct. 1982)

(ii) Educational Technology Course. Organized by the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) and held at University of Ilorin, Ilorin (12th Aug. – 4th Oct. 1985).

(iii) First Workshop on Polytechnic Management, Sponsored by the British Council/NBTE under the Four Polytechnic Project and held at Kaduna Polytechnic, Kaduna (26th – 30th September, 1988).

(iv) Laboratory Techniques and Industrial attachment. Sponsored by the British Council under the Four Polytechnic Project and held at the Department of Science, Bristol Polytechnic, Bristol and Campden Food Research Association, Chipping Campden, Great Britain (30th January – 28th July, 1989).

(v) Second Workshop on Polytechnic management, sponsored by the British Council/NBTE under the Four Polytechnic project and held at Institute of Management Technology (IMT), Enugu (25th – Sept. – 7th October, 1989).

(vi) In-House Workshop on Update of Techniques in Science and Technology for Staff of School of Applied Science, Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro. (26th – 28th March, 1990).

(vii) Twenty second Annual Conference/General meeting of the Nigerian Institute of Food Science and Technology held at University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria (23rd – 26th November, 1998).

(viii) First Annual Workshop on Research Methodology Organized by the Nigerian Institute of Food Science and Technology and held at University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria (24th – 28th July, 2000).

(ix) 30th Annual Conference/General meeting of the Nigerian Institute of Food Science and Technology, held at Sheraton Hotel & Towers, Ikeja and ASCON Conference Centre, Badagry, Lagos (23rd – 27th October, 2006).

(x) Workshop on Student’s Intellectual Property Protection Initiative. Organized by a Non-Governmental organization and sponsored by the National Universities Commission, Abuja (18th – 19th September, 2007).

(xi) 32nd Annual Conference/General meeting of the Nigerian Institute of Food Science and Technology, held at Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso (13th – 17th October, 2008).

(xii) Second Management Training (MADEV) workshop organized by the Association of African Universities (AAU), held at Mzumbe University, Morogoro, Tanzania (1st – 14th March, 2009).

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