Oluseyi O. Olurotimi


place: Nigeria

BS (1981) in Electrical and Electronics Engineering University of Ife, Nigeria; MS (1986) Stanford University

Ph.D(1990) both in electrical engineering from Stanford university

assitant professor in the department of electrical and computer engineering at George Manson university

URL: http://bass.gmu.edu/electronics/olu.html OR http://www.gmu.edu/catalog/95-96/fac_o.html

He worked in the applied physics laboratory and STARLab, both of Stanford University, where he was involved in software development. He joined George Mason University in September 1990 as an Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering.


His current research interests include image processing in acoustic scanning microscopes, control systems and electromagnetics.


  1. Olurotimi, O. "Recurrent Neural Network Training with Feedforward Complexity," IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks, Vol. 5, No. 2 (March 1994).
  2. Dembo, A., O. Farotimi (Olurotimi), and T. Kailath. "High Order Absolutely Stable Neural Networks," IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems, Jan. 1991.
  3. Olurotimi, O., C. V. Stewart, and R. Novack. "Finite-Precision Discrete-Time Neural Network Data Associator," SPIE Proceedings, Vol. 1709 (April 1992), 351-362.
  4. Farotimi (Olurotimi), O., A. Dembo, and T. Kailath. "A General Weight Matrix Formulation Using Optimal Control," IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks, Vol. 2, No. 3 (May 1991).
  5. Olurotimi, O. "A Discrete-Time Neural Network Multitarget Tracking Data Association Algorithm," ANNA-91 Conference Proceedings (1991), 96-109.
  6. Farotimi (Olurotimi), O., A. Dembo, and T. Kailath. "Neural Network Weight Matrix Synthesis Using Optimal Control Techniques," Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 2, Morgan Kaufmann, 1990, 348-354.
  7. Farotimi (Olurotimi), O. and R. Raghavan. "Learning in A Recognition Network: A Synthesis of Model-Based and Data-Driven Approaches," Proceedings of IJCNN, San Diego, 1990.
  8. Farotimi (Olurotimi), O., A. Dembo, and T. Kailath. "Absolute Stability and Optimal Training for Dynamic Neural Networks," Proceedings of the 23rd Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers, 1989.


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