Department Head, Associate Professor Department: Petroleum Engineering Technology and Safety Management
Specialization: Petroleum and Environmental Engineering
Address: Office Phone: 985-448-4747 Office Location: 333 Gouaux Hall 906 E 1st St, Thibodaux, LA 70301, USA
Institutional Profile Link: https://www.nicholls.edu/petsm/faculty/dr-milton-saidu-phd/
Saidu, M., Hall, S., Kolar, P., Schramm, R., and Davis, T., 2011. Efficiency for Controlled Temperature in Recirculating Aquaculture Tanks, AE-09058-2011, In Press. Saidu, M., Hall, S. and Davis, T. 2008. Temperature Fluctuations affect biofilter performance in Preliminary studies. Global Aquaculture Advocate 11 (6): 54. Saidu, M., Hall, S. and Tiersch, T. 2006. Automated Temperature-Controlled Recirculation Systems. Global Aquaculture Advocate 9 (3): 40. Modeling Biofilter Performance in Varying Temperature Regimes, Presented at World Aquaculture Society (WAS), February 2011, New Orleans, LA. Effects of Temperature Regime on Nitrogen Degradation: Laboratory and Modeling Results. Presented at World Aquaculture Society (WAS), February 2009, Seattle WA. Effects of Environmental Temperature Fluctuations on Biofilter Performance. Presented at World Aquaculture Society (WAS), February 2008, Orlando FL. Process Control Transient Temperature Effects on Biofiltration of Recirculation Systems. Paper presented at the Institute of Biological Engineers (IBE) Meeting, March 2007, Saint Louis, Missouri. Controlled Temperature Effects on Biofiltration of Recirculation Systems for Oyster Studies. Paper presented at World Aquaculture Society (WAS), February 2007, San Antonio TX. Temperature and Environmental Control Effect in Recirculation Aquaculture Systems. Paper presented at World Aquaculture Society (WAS), February 2006, Las Vegas, NV. Design and Testing of Improved Process Control System for Time -Temperature Studies with Eastern Oysters – Crassotrea Virginica. Paper presented at the American Fisheries Society (AFS), Louisiana Chapter Meeting, February 2006, Natchez, MS. Use of Temperature Control to improve Sustainability via Studies of Biological Effects in Aquatic Species. Paper presented at American Society of Agricultural Engineers (ASAE), Paper # 054148, Summer Meeting, July 2005, Tampa, FL.