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Ademola Bolarinwa is a PhD candidate at the Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand. His research interests include but not limited to computational geomechanics, soil liquefaction and associated mechanisms, soil characterization, impacts of geotechnical engineering on the environments, etc. Ademola is currently working on soil liquefaction mitigation mechanisms while studying some varied reconstituted samples.
1. Bolarinwa, A. and Ola, S. (2016). A Review of the Major Problem Soils in Nigeria. FUOYE Journal of Engineering and technology, Vol 1, No 1. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46792/fuoyejet.v1i1.20 2. Bolarinwa, A., Kalatehjari, R., and Ogunwole A. D. (2018). Classification of piles based on the results of low strain pile integrity tests–Case studies of selected piles in Lagos and Port-Harcourt, Nigeria. The Journal of Deep Foundations Institute (DFI). pp 50-56, https://doi.org/10.1080/19375247.2017.1422336 3. Bolarinwa A., Adeyeri J. B., and Okeke T. C. (2017). Effects of a Municipal Dumpsite on Groundwater Quality in Ikole Ekiti Area, Southwest Nigeria. FUOYE Journal of Engineering and Technology, Vol 2, No 2 4. Bolarinwa A, Adeyeri J. B., and Okeke T. C. (2017).Compaction and consolidation characteristics of lateritic soil of a selected site in Ikole Ekiti, southwest Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Technology 36 (2), 339-345 5. Bolarinwa, A. (2017). Geotechnical Properties of Major Problem Soils of Nigeria. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing Please refer to my google sholar citation page for full list: https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=xMnMgJoAAAAJ