Adedayo Adedeji specializes in energy and environment research, his focus spanning areas such as lifecycle analysis in energy production, emission estimations, atmospheric chemistry, earth observation, and climate change assessments. He holds a B.Tech in Chemical Engineering obtained in 2010 and earned his MSc in Energy Studies in 2014. Adedayo pursued his doctoral research in Systems Engineering, concentrating on air quality assessment in Southeast Asia. His work utilized advanced data analytics to inform and influence policymaking in the region, aligning environmental considerations with developmental objectives.
In 2020, Adedayo joined the Wolfson Atmospheric Chemistry Laboratories, University of York as a Research Associate. Here, his research was pivotal in interpreting field observations of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and enhancing the chemical modelling capabilities of GEOS-Chem by extending its chemistry and integrating new VOCs data in the model.
Presently, Adedayo has joined the Earth Observation and Wildfire Research Group at King’s College London, where his research primarily revolves around wildfire emissions estimation and the development of near real-time emissions product using satellite datasets. He is exploring methodologies for developing trace gas emissions from wildfires and is actively involved in air quality impact assessments using advanced atmospheric models like WRF-Chem/GEOS-Chem, utilizing the newly developed fire emissions inventory.
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