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Currently resides in: Gauteng, South Africa
in Estcourt South Africa
Mr Gumede has about 15 years of varied work experience spanning a number of sectors and industries including manufacturing, mining, financial markets, consulting, solar energy, and the academia, and have been mostly doing scientific research and development project management. A physicist by training, his experience include weather and earthquake studies, nutrition management and high-temperature superconductivity; he is is also a keen community leader, seeking to directly contribute to the development of this country. Mr Gumede is a member of the Institute of Directors Southern Africa as well as South African Institute of Physics.
Travel, Tourism and Hospitality
Mining, Energy and Natural Resources
Academia, Education and Training
Accounting, Banking and Finance
Manufacturing and Industrial
Johannesburg, South Africa | 2006 - 2006
Geophysics Honours: Non-Degree Purposes - Potential Field, Electrical, & Seismic Methods
Pretoria, South Africa | 2002 - 2002
Advanced Mathematical Methods - Vector Analysis, Group Theory, Residues, Non-Linear Methods
Pietermaritzburg, South Africa | 1996 - 1998
MSc - Physics - Computational & Condensed Matter Physics, Monte Carlo Methods
Pietermaritzburg, South Africa | 1995 - 1995
Honours - Physics
Pietermaritzburg, South Africa | 1994 - 1994
Higher Diploma in Education (HDE) - Maths and Physical Science Education
Pietermaritzburg, South Africa | 1990 - 1994
BSc - Physics, Applied Physics, Soil Physics
"The African crust and mantle are amongst the least studied in the world," said Zibusiso Gumede, a geophysics researcher at the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, who is responsible for installing and maintaining the AfricaArray seismic stations.
Publication from MSc Thesis
Publication from MSc thesis
Ordinary Member, January 2014 - present
Ordinary Member, April 2004 - present
This organisation promotes study and research in physics and related subjects, and encourages applications thereof, as well as Entrepreneurship
"Superb editorial and proof reading ability" - 2013
"Good report writing skills" - 1999
"Exceptional comprehensive skills" - 2012
"Excellent piece of work" - 2002
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