Alfred Z. Msezane


place: South Africa

B.Sc. and B.Sc. (Hons) from the University of South Africa in 1962 and 1964 respectively, and his M.Sc. in Physics from the University of Saskatchewan (1968).

Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Western Ontario (1973)

Professor of Physics Clark-Atlanta University; Director at Clark-Atlanta Center for Theoretical Studies of Physical Systems

Naturalized in 1985, Dr. Msezane immigrated to the United States from South Africa via Canada for postdoctoral research. He has worked at Witwatersrand University (South Africa, 1968 - 1969), Georgia State University (1974 - 1976), the University of New Brunswick (1976 - 1978), Louisiana State University (1978 - 1980), Morehouse College (1980 - 1983), Atlanta University (1983 - 1989) and Clark Atlanta University (1989 - Present). He has carried out research at ITAMP (Harvard) and consulted at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Dr. Msezane was honored with the D.Sc. by Fort Hare University (South Africa, 1998) recognized by The Atlanta Journal Constitution and is a recipient of a World University Service Scholarship.



Msezane's current research includes electron/photon interactions, particularly non-dipole effects in atoms and the elucidation of small-angle electron scattering through innovative theoretical approaches.



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