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Cliffton M Masedi: Computational Modelling of Materials Researcher
Cliffton holds a BSc degree in Physics and Chemistry and a BSc Hons (Physics). His MSc was upgraded in the year 2013 at University of Limpopo (Turfloop Campus), and he is currently studying towards a PhD. During his post-graduate studies, he served as a Research Assistant at the Materials Modelling Centre, a dedicated research centre in University of Limpopo. His thesis entails the computational modelling of advanced materials which are applied in energy storage technologies. Part of his research focus is on the discharge products of rechargeable lithium batteries, which could play a key role in the advancement of next-generation batteries.
In July 2011, he joined the Centre for High Performance Computing (CHPC) as a part of his MSc studentship. He has successfully coordinated some outreach and public awareness programmes through the CHPC. In March 2014 he was the first person to represent Limpopo and the CHPC at the International FameLab South Africa competition; his presentation was about the benefit of using High Performance Computing in the development of energy storage technologies. Cliffton has presented his research findings at local, national and international conferences. The excellence of his academic efforts has rewarded him with awards; this includes a best MSc research paper award in 2011 and a best MSc research paper award in 2013 both from the Faculty of Science and Agriculture Research Day at University of Limpopo.
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