The CSIR and Aerosud Innovation Centre, an aeronautical engineering and manufacturing company, have developed an advanced 3D printer for metal components as part of project Aeroswift.
Prof Thokozani Majozi (Chairperson)
Thokozani Majozi is a full professor in the School of Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering at Wits University where he also holds the NRF/DST Chair in Sustainable Process Engineering. Prior to joining Wits, he spent almost 10 years at the University of Pretoria, initially as an associate professor and later as a full professor of chemical engineering. He was also an associate professor in computer science at the University of Pannonia in Hungary from 2005 to 2009.
The CSIR has developed a solution to deliver unbroken video streams over mobile networks from 2.5G (rural) – 4G (Wi-Fi) at data costs ranging from as low as R2 up to R50 per viewing hour.
Previous studies on tree water use quantified the water requirements of apple orchards, but these were not exceptionally high-yielding orchards.
Ilse Kotzee holds a PhD in Conservation Ecology from Stellenbosch University. She joined the CSIR in 2010 as a research intern, and started a PhD studentship in 2011.
The special operations capability of the South African National Defence Force enlists a particular brand of soldier to operate under difficult circumstances.
The CSIR has developed a novel, supercritical fluid-based encapsulation technology for encapsulation of sensitive actives such as probiotics.