AUM Faculty & Staff
Associate Professor | College of Business
Dr. Dong-Yop Oh is teaching Business Quantitative Methods at the College of Business, Auburn University at Montgomery as an associate professor. He received his Master’s and Ph.D. in Applied Statistics from the University of Alabama. Dr. Oh has conducted research in the area of Time Series and in particular, the development of unit root and cointegration tests. Another research interest lies in Ensemble methods for classification problems which attempt to build predictive models that can be used to optimally assign observations to classes or categories. He is involved in service by refereeing journals as an editorial review board member and a reviewer. Dr. Oh has published research articles in journals including Applied Economics, Communications in Statistics-Simulation and Computation, Computational Statistics, Empirical Economics, et al.
Professor | College of Sciences
Ph.D. (1994): University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland
M.S. (1989): University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland
B.S. (1985): University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Nigeria
Professor Okeke is a Distinguished Research Professor of Industrial and Environmental Microbiology in the Department of Biology and Environmental Science. His research interests include: biofuel and co-products, biosensors, bioremediation, enzyme biotechnology, effects of pollutants on microbial communities, indicators of microbiological safety of water and food, and genetic engineering of microbes. He teaches industrial microbiology, environmental microbiology, special topics biotechnology, general microbiology and directed research. Professor Okeke did postdoctoral work at the University of California, Riverside; Gifu University, Japan; and the International Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Trieste, Italy. Dr. Okeke has 60 research papers in peer reviewed journals, three US patents, two books, numerous conference abstracts and several research grants including a million dollar grant for research on fuel ethanol from biomass. His excellence awards include Alumni Professor, Ida Belle Young Endowed Professorship. He is the founding Director of the Bioprocessing and Biofuel Research Lab (BBRL). Dr. Okeke served as Associate and Assistant Editor for two peer reviewed international journals; the Journal of Environmental Quality and Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology.