Abraham Osinuga

Graduate Research Assistant 
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Email:  aosinuga2@huskers.unl.edu

  • Developing comprehensive computational modeling and data integration platforms, robust and efficient in simulating the dynamic changes and response of human and animal systems (hosts) to infections (casual/agents).

About Me:

I am a first-year doctoral student in UNL’s Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering program, concentrating on Systems and Synthetic Biology (SSbio). In 2020, I graduated with a BS in chemical engineering from Obafemi Awolowo University. I also conducted research at the Smart Agriculture Innovation Center at Kyungpook National University in the Republic of Korea. I assisted in research with the Process Systems Engineering (PSE) Laboratory during my undergraduate studies.

The convergence of systems/control engineering and artificial intelligence (AI) is a powerful paradigm that has resulted in significant advances in optimal system design and control in general. This sparked my current interest in the role of modern engineering in solving cutting-edge bio/health-systems problems within the interdisciplinary fields of AI.

At the SSbio Lab, I hope to create robust and efficient computational modeling and data integration platforms for simulating the dynamic changes and responses of human and animal systems (hosts) to infections (casual/agents). It will be interesting to see how modern engineering can significantly reduce the burden of pathogenic (viral, bacterial, and so on) and non-pathogenic (cancers, and so on) infections.

Furthermore, I am interested in and have a background in computational research, which includes using computer-assisted methods and models to design, control, and optimize process systems, as well as research on algorithm optimization, design, and testing.

I like to watch movies, listen to music, and hang out with my friend

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