Department of Physics and Electronics

The Department of Physics and Electronics pioneers a rich research environment, bridging theoretical knowledge with practical applications. Our faculty and students engage in innovative research in fundamental and applied physics and electronics. The dynamic blend of academic programs that the department offers in physics and electronics and groundbreaking research positions our department at the forefront of technological advancements and scientific exploration.
The National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) has accredited all of our undergraduate and postgraguate degrees.
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Dr. Justice Peter-Stanley Mlatho

-Head of Department

Physics and Electronics Department

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Mr. PAUL STONE BROWN MACHESO

-STAFF ASSOCIATE/ASSISTANT LECTURER

Physics and Electronics Department

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Dr. Steven Charles Wandale

-SENIOR LECTURER

Physics and Electronics Department

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Mr. Bernard Mmame

-LECTURER

Physics and Electronics Department

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Mr. Vincent Masika Peheliwa

-STAFF ASSOCIATE/ASSISTANT LECTURER

Physics and Electronics Department

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Mr. Gracian Tiyamike Taulo

-STAFF ASSOCIATE/ASSISTANT LECTURER

Physics and Electronics Department

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Latest Projects

Standalone Camera System for zoological and Forensic science

The Standalone Camera System is an innovative technology that has revolutionized the way zoological and forensic science studies are conducted. This system is designed to provide high-quality, detailed multimedia that are essential for research and analysis. One of the key benefits of this camera system is its ability to operate independently without the need for external power or connectivity. This makes it ideal for use in remote locations where access to electricity and internet connectivity is limited. Our system comprises an affordable 5.4W TAPO C-200 smart camera which utilizes mains ele...

Stand-Alone PV Systems (SAPVS)

Stand-Alone PV Systems (SAPVS) which offers an alternate method of electrification in remote settings where there is no connection to the utility grid and also for power backup. Such systems provide electrical energy for small power applications (i.e. charging phones, laptops, lights etc.) and also other applications like irrigation technologies. The system is used to teach photovoltaics related courses for demonstration and practice for installation and other technical aspects. The mobile SAPVS provides a solution since it can be moved place to place for various applications. Our SAPVS uses s...

Student Exchange Programmes | Collaborations

Each year, we enthusiastically embrace a vibrant community of visiting students from our partner universities worldwide. If you are interested in learning more about our various programs, we invite you to explore the opportunities available for studying with us.