Patrick Ezepue

Patrick Ezepue nsIn hmolscience, Patrick Ezepue (c.1965-) is a Nigerian-born English researcher noted, in business thermodynamics, for his 2004 thermodynamics conceptualized career advancement model.

Overview
In 2004, Ezepue began working out a version of “human thermodynamics” (his term usage) of what he calls the soft mathematical “state equations” to quantify the movement of a student, productively and creatively, through the university and eventually, as a professional, through the corporate academic model, who sell their intellectual work as a business. Ezepue defined “human thermodynamics” as the application of thermodynamics principles to ergonomics and productivity-enhancing factors in man-machine systems, especially with the thinking and production of creative mental and physical artifacts. [1]

Education
Ezepue completed his BS in statistics in 1985 and his MS in statistics in 1989 both at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, and completed his PhD in stochastic modelling at the University of Sheffield, UK, in 1999. Ezepue currently an Adjunct Associate Professor in Applied Statistics at the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Nigeria, where he co-leads multidisciplinary mathematical sciences research developments in Statistics, Mathematics and Computer Sciences. He is the Research Lead in Business Intelligence and Quantitative modelling at Sheffield Hallam University (SHU), United Kingdom. [1]

References
1. (a) Ezepue, Patrick O. (2004). “Optimizing Behavior and Complexity Theory in Academic Career Planning”, Proceedings of the 3rd Hawaii International Conference on Statistics, Mathematics, and Related Applications, June 9-12, Honolulu Hawaii, USA.
(b) Ezepue, Patrick O. (2008). “The Dimensions of Creativity and Critical Thinking: Implications for Entrepreneurship-Focused Pedagogic Innovations in (Afircan) and Higher Educational Institutions”, Proceedings of the First Chike Okoli.
(c) Ezepue, Patrick O. (2009). “A Model-Based Approach to Knowledge management and Capacity Building in Developing Economies: Part I: Theoretical Foundations”, Proceedings of the 2009 Knowledge Management.
2. Patrick Oseloka Ezepue (about) – Glosstra.co.uk.

External links
Patrick Ezepue (faculty) – Sheffield Hallam University.
Patrick Oseloka Ezepue –AfriHero.org.uk.

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