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CO-OPERATION AND CONTRACT RESEARCH

The ITI has three main research thrusts, viz. Managing the Dynamics of Technological Change;
Technology Transfer and Diffusion and Technology Policy Issues.

The ITI co-operates with other departments at the University of Pretoria , other universities as well as industry and governmental departments, both locally and abroad. The ITI also welcomes opportunities to conduct contract research for and in conjunction with such organizations. a. Graduate (None);
b. Postgraduate. Many students perform research at the Institute at master's and doctoral level. Since the ITI is not a degree-granting unit of the University of Pretoria, the students are all enrolled in other departments of the University. Students with an engineering background usually enrol for master's or doctoral degrees in the Management of Technology in the Department of Engineering and Technology Management, but the ITI also welcomes students from other departments – including the Natural and Social Sciences and Humanities – to participate in its research projects. Multidisciplinary research is strongly encouraged.
 

ITI STUDENTS 2007 (in alphabetical order)

Mr Martin Kaggwa

Curriculum Vitae: MCom Economics at Wits in 2004; BSc Economics (Hons) at Makerere University, Uganda in 1994. Title of PhD: "Modelling South Africa Automotive Incentives: The case of productive asset allowance."
E-mail: [email protected]  

Ms Eiman Karar

Curriculum Vitae: BSc (Botany) at the University of Khartoum in 1989; Master's from the same university on the potentials and prospects of subsistence agriculture in the Red Sea regions, Sudan in 1993. Title of PhD: "Impacts of research on water policy."
E-mail: [email protected] 

Mr Tshoganetso Kepaletswe

Curriculum Vitae: MSc in Telecommunication and Information Systems, University of Essex, Colchester, United Kingdom from 1999–2000; BEng in Telecommunication Systems Management and Design at the Anglia Polytechnic University and Cable and Wireless College, United Kingdom from 1992–1994. Mr Kepaletswe has two published articles to his name. Title of PhD: "The impact of technology innovation on regulatory framework and competition on the telecommunication market. "
E-mail: [email protected]  

Mr Louis Lubango

Curriculum Vitae: MSc in Catalytic Processes (Solid-state Chemistry), BSc Honours in Industrial Chemistry, Certificate in Reactor Synthesis (Process and Materials Engineering), Advanced-level Certificate in Physics, Mathematics Chemistry, Biology and Philosophy. Title of PhD: "Industry specific know-how, inventiveness, and research performance of universities’ entrepreneurs : a cross-national patent portfolio analysis". Email: [email protected]  

Mr Mohohlo Molatudi

Curriculum Vitae: MSc at the University of Natal in 1998 with the title: "A molecular study of Î&&³3;3;-amino butyric acid synthesis in Arabidopsis thaliana under abiotic stress." A BSc (Honours) from the University of Natal in 1995. Mr Molatudi has one published article. Title of PhD: "A comparative analysis of a young and a mature innovation system – the case of biotechnology and mining."
E-mail: [email protected] 

Mr Dhesigen Naidoo

Curriculum Vitae: BSc in Chemistry and Biochemistry at Durban-Westville in 1987; BSc Hons in Biochemistry at Durban-Westville in 1988; MSc Chemical Pathology at UCT in 1992; Postgraduate Diploma in Health Management at UCT in 1995. Title of PhD: "An examination of the inter-relationship between the multilateral and national environments and its implications for the development of the National System of Innovation."
E-mail: [email protected] 

Mr Manoli Piperakis

Curriculum Vitae: BEng (Electronic) at the University of Pretoria. BEng (Hons) (Electronic & Computer), Master of Electronic & Computer Engineering degree in Computer Control Systems. Mr Piperakis has co-authored one paper. Title of PhD: "The Development of ICT Indicators in Developing Countries. "
E-mail: [email protected]  

Ms Anthea Van Zyl

Curriculum Vitae: BIS at the University of Pretoria in 2003. BIS (Honours) in Information Science at the University of Pretoria in 2004. Master's in Information Science & Knowledge Management at the University of Pretoria in 2006. Ms van Zyl has two published articles. Title of PhD: "The barriers, success factors and challenges of knowledge transfer between universities and industry R&D partners in South Africa."
E-mail: [email protected]  

Ms Marlett Balmer

Curriculum Vitae: MA Development Studies: 1993 at RAU; BCom (Hons) in Energy Studies in 1995 at RAU; BA (Hons) in Development Studies cum laude in 1991 at RAU; BA Political Studies (cum laude) in 1989 at the Northwest University. Mrs Balmer has 17 published articles. Title of PhD: "Assessment of the socio-economic impact of electrification through solar home systems on households in a non-grid concession area."
E-mail: [email protected]

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