Professor Michael Adeyeye Oshin is a Senior Research Fellow at the Sheridan College, Australia. He served as a software engineer for The Serval Project at Flinders University, before joining Sheridan College. He worked as a Senior Lecturer/Research Fellow at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa and a Research Associate at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, where he earned his second Master and Ph.D. degrees, before moving to Australia. He also carries out his other academic (professorial/fellowship) duties at the University of Namibia and the University of Zululand.
He has published extensively in the academia, supervised a number of postgraduate students/projects and delivered speeches on various topics across the globe. He served as the Lead Developer and Project Coordinator for new IT systems at the US Embassy in Nigeria and has also been a software consultant for the Mozilla Corporation since 2008.
His research interests include business informatics, telephony/sensor technology and Next Generation Network (NGN) services. He is a member of the IEEE and a sustaining member of the Internet Society, to mention a few. He now works on an European Union smart city research project at the University of Montpellier, France.