You are highly welcome to this page. This is my personal space in the University of Eastern Finland Wiki. Here you are going to read briefly about my profile, academic journey research interest among others.

Brief Info

I am currently a doctoral student in the School of Computing, University of Eastern Finland. Before enrolling for doctoral programme at University of Eastern Finland, I  completed my Masters degree in Computer Science from the University of Ilorin, Nigeria and Bachelor degree in Computer Science from the University of Jos. I am a member of edTech research group, IMPDET-LE, and Finnish UniPID DocNet Researcher. I fully began my lecturing career at the Salem University Lokoja in 2018.  Before then, I have worked as the Head of ICT, Social Investment Programme office Lokoja, Kogi State.  For over 4 years, I have been developing web applications that cut across financial management system, integrated payroll system, school and student portals.

I have also organised tutorials for computer science students at higher institution in Nigeria including Federal University Lokoja, where I co-taught Introduction to Computer Science, Digital Logic Design and Introduction to Programming (with Visual Basic and Java).

Contact Details

Emailsfridaya(at) or agbofredonline(at)



Research Interest

 My research interests span across educational technology, smart learning environment, computational thinking, problem solving and algorithmic design. Currently, I am working on my PhD research entitled: design and development of mobile smart learning environment for programming education.

I am being supervised by:

i. Dr. Solomon Sunday Oyelere 

ii. Dr. Jarkko Suhonen  

iii. Prof.  Markku Tukiainen



Grant and Award

S/NDateAwardFunding OrganisationPurpose
18.1.20191,500 EuroSchool of Computing UEFResearch travel grant


  1. F.J. Agbo, S.S. Oyelere, (2018) Smart mobile learning environment for programming education in Nigeria: Adaptivity and context-awareness component concern. Computing Conference 2019, London UK

  2. S.A. Olaleye, S.S. Oyelere, I.T. Sanusi, F.J. Agbo, (2018). Experience of Ubiquitous Computing Technology Driven Mobile Commerce in Africa: Impact of Usability, Privacy, Trust, and Reputation Concern. International Journal of Interactive mobile Technologies (iJIM), Vol. 12 No. 3

  3. F.J. Agbo, S.E. Adewumi, I Olalekan, K. Sunday, (2015). Computer Viruses: A Framework for Modeling Infection Susceptibility of Workstations. Advances in Computer Science and Engineering Vol. 4 No.2.
  4. R.G.Jimoh, S. Kinssinger, F.J. Agbo, M. AbdulRaheem, R.A. Tomori, I.R. Salimonu, (2017). A Semantic Framework for E-Commerce Using Web Ontology Language 2. Al-Hikmah Journal of Pure & Applied Sciences Vol.4: 7-14

  5. F.J. Agbo, R.G.Jimoh, S. Kinssinger, (2016). Design of Intelligence Gathering Model: a Semantic Web Approach. Swift Journal of Mathematics and Computer Science Research. Vol 1(1) pp. 001-007.
  6. F.J. Agbo, S. Kinssinger, (2015). Employing Semantic Web Technologies to Leverage Learning and Research. International Journal of Computer and Information Technology (ISSN: 2279 – 0764) Volume 04 – Issue 04.
  7. S. Kinssinger, F.J. Agbo. Leveraging Semantic Web Technologies for Learning & Research - A BBF Approach. In proceedings of 4th iSTEAMS Research Nexus Conference, Unilorin, Nigeria. pp.313-320. 2015.
Smart mobile learning environment for programming education in Nigeria: Adaptivity and context-awareness component concern


  1. F.J. Agbo (2017) Semantic Web Based Model for Intelligence Gathering Using Thematic, Spatial and Temporal Components. Masters Degree thesis at the department of computer science, school of postgraduate, University of Ilorin, Nigeria.
  2. F.J. Agbo (2013) Design and Implementation of Christian Health Association of Nigeria (CHAN) Human Resource Database Management System. Bachelor Degree project at the department of computer science, University of Jos, Nigeria


Paper Reviewed for:

  1. Constructionism 2018 (Sub-reviewer), " Constructionism, Computational Thinking and Educational Innovation"