Engineering Education in Africa

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Stellenbosch, Western Cape, South Africa\nUniversity of Stellenbosch\nDepartment of Electrical and Electronic Engineering\nJoely Andriambeloson (Madagascar), PhD, post-doc funded by\nSKA, Square Kilometer Array radio telescope.\nLooking at 3-D printed antenna he helped develop for detecting radio freqeuency interference at SKA. \nMay 2015\n© 2015 Don Boroughs Rwanda, Huye (formerly Butare)\nNational University of Rwanda\nApril 2011\nEmmanuel Tuyisenge, agriculture student, (in striped gray shirt),  in workshop of mechanical engineering department, Faculty of Applied Sciences (engineering). Working on seed planter prototype. With Joseph Ademola Maborukoje, Nigerian lecturer and head of electro-mechanical lab. (in gray jacket) \n© Don L. Boroughs 2011 Stellenbosch, Western Cape, South Africa\nUniversity of Stellenbosch\nElectrical and Electronic Engineering\nDavid Smith, PhD, post-doc funded by SKA, Square Kilometer Array radio telescope\nworks in anechoic chamber to prepare test of antenna design\nMay 2015\n© 2015 Don Boroughs Oodi, near Gaborone, Botswana\nBotswana International University of Science & Technology (BIUST)\nMosimanegape Thobega, teaching assistant, in blue shirt, with first year students. Founding class of BIUST. \nElectricity laboratory. Using multimeter.\nOn the campus of the Oodi College of Applied Arts and Technology, temporary teaching location until Palapye campus opens later in 2014.\nMarch 2013\n© 2013 Don Boroughs Johannesburg, Gauteng Province, South Africa\nUniversity of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment\nstudent Palesa Mathe sits on steps of a lecture hall in 2nd year civil engineering course. 178 students are registered for the course but the hall has seats for only 156. The number of students in the faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment has been growing very rapidly, and the University plans to expand its facilities for engineering students. \n19 March 2008\n© 2008 Don Boroughs Kigali, Rwanda\nApril 2011\nKigali Institute of Science and Technology, KIST\nBienvenu Ntampaka, 23, 3rd year Civil Engineering student, studies for exams on steps of KIST 4\n© Don L. Boroughs 2011 Johannesburg, Gauteng Province, South Africa\nUniversity of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment\n3rd year electronics laboratory for students of School of Electrical and Information Engineering.\nTwo South African girls of Indian descent work on an electronics lab project.\n19 March 2008\n© 2008 Don Boroughs Mekelle, Tigray Region, Ethiopia \nEthiopian Institute of Technology - Mekelle (part of Mekelle University) \nIndustrial engineering students welding\nDecember 2014\n© 2014 Don Boroughs Oodi, near Gaborone, Botswana\nBotswana International University of Science & Technology (BIUST)\nChemistry Laboratory. Beaker, buret.\nOgaufi Whtiney Setlhogile, in headband. Student of Energy Engineering. \nFirst-year students. Founding class of BIUST.\nOn the campus of the Oodi College of Applied Arts and Technology, temporary teaching location until Palapye campus opens later in 2014.\nMarch 2013\n\n© 2013 Don Boroughs Pretoria, South Africa\nUniversity of Pretoria\nclean room laboratory with wafer probe station\nDr. Tinus Stander, senior lecturer in electronic engineering\nThemba Luphuwana, laboratory intern\nJune 2015\n©  2015 Don Boroughs Rwanda, Huye (formerly Butare)\nNational University of Rwanda\nApril 2011\nCarine Umunyana, 2nd year Computer Science student, in computer lab. \nnew School of Information and Communications Technology building, Faculty of Applied Sciences (engineering) Officially opened in May 2011. Built with aid from Korea International Cooperation Agency of Republic of Korea. Equipped entirely with Korean technology. \n© Don L. Boroughs 2011 Gaborone, Botswana\nUniversity of Botswana\nFaculty of Engineering and Technology\nMachining workshop\nThapelo Moffat Sima, left. Lentsoe Noko, center, using calipers. Winkie Baisi, right. Mechanical Engineering students.\nMarch 2013\n© 2013 Don Boroughs