Sekazi Mtingwa



S.B degrees in math and physics from MIT in 1971

M.A and Ph.D (1976) both from Princeton University

Professor of Physics at North Carolina A&T University.

Dr. Sekazi Mtingwa was Martin Luther King visiting professor in the MIT's department of physics from fall 2001 to June 2003, working in the Laboratory for Nuclear Science. His research interest have been mainly in the area of high energy particle acceleration. He made important contributions to the design and construction of the accelerator systems used in the discovery of the top quark at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.

Dr. Sekazi Mtingwa was NSBP President, 1992-1994.

references: MIT 's : ML King Visiting Professors and scholars

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