Prof. Johnnie Ben-Edigbe
“Power of a nurtured mind is unimaginable”
Prof. Dillip K. Das Pr.Eng
“Planning living habitats”
Prof. Mohamed M.H. Mostafa Pr.Eng
”Together, we can grow”
Mr. Senzo L. Shange Pr.Eng
“Never stop learning”
Mr Nathan Chilukwa, BEng (Civil), UNZA, MScEng (Civil/Pavement), Stellenbosch, (Supervisor: Prof MMH Mostafa). Mr Nathan Chilukwa’s doctoral research work is focused on investigating the performance of Nano-material stabilised road layers
Mr Sibuso Ndebele, BSc (Civil) MSc Eng (Civil), Supervisor: Prof J Ben-Edigbe. The key focus of Mr Ndebele’s doctoral research work is Modelling Durban Commuters Modal Choice along BRT Corridors.
Mr Samuel Fatukasi, BSc (Civil) MSc Eng (Civil), Supervisor: Prof J Ben-Edigbe. Mr Fatukasi’s doctoral research work is centred around understanding the Influence of Highway Vertical Profile on Quality of Service and Their Implications for Driver Behaviour.
Ms Janet Oyaro, BSc (Civil), MSc Eng (Civil), Supervisor: Prof J Ben-Edigbe. Janet’s doctoral research work is centred on understanding the Influence of Rainfall on Capacity Loss and Service Quality at Signalised Intersection.
Mr PH Bhengu, MTech (Civil), DUT, (Supervisor: Prof MMH Mostafa), Optimization of aggregate shape and waste rubber crumb for the development of asphalt concrete
Mr Yajur Jeawon, MSc (civil) (Supervisors: Prof G Drosopoulos and Prof MMH Mostafa), Optimization of Nano-composite materials using the finite element method
Mr Samkelo Mpembe, MSc (civil), (Supervisors: Prof D Kalumba, Dr F Aneke and Prof MMH Mostafa), An Investigation of Soil Uplift Resistance Reduction and Ground Deformation Around Buried Pipeline in Liquefiable Soil
Mr Washington Ifeanyi Noble Okezie, [Supervisors: Dr Mulemwa Akombelwa and Prof DK Das), Public Transportation System Network Analysis for Improved Accessibility in a South African City: A Case of Durban
Mr Deveshan Pillay, BSc Eng (Civil), UKZN, Supervisors: Professor MMH Mostafa (Main), Dr OB Olalusi (Co-Supervisor)). Mr Deveshan Pillay obtained his BScEng (Civil) degree from the University of KwaZulu-Natal in 2018. Mr Pillay’s research work is centred on investigating the viability of pulp and paper mill waste ash as an alternative binder material in rigid pavements.
Ms Khadija Mohsin Arbee, BSc (Hons) Eng. Geology, UKZN, BSc Geological Sciences, UKZN, Supervisor: Dr. Frank Aneke, Prof MMH Mostafa (Co-Supervisor). Ms Arbee’s research is focused on Modelling the Effects of Soil Variability on Natural and Engineered Slopes.
Mr Mischen Naicker, BSc Eng (Civil), UKZN, Supervisor: Prof MMH Mostafa. Mr Naicker’s research focuses on reducing the swelling in expansive road subgrades using a plastic waste material (HDPE) as a stabilising agent.
Mr Okem Samuel Eche, B.Eng (Civil), Federal University of Agriculture Makurdi, Supervisor: Prof MMH Mostafa. Mr Okem’s research work is centred on the use of nano-emulsions as a subbase stabilizer.
Mr Marcus Naidoo, BScEng (Civil), UKZN: (Supervisors: Prof DK Das and Prof MMH Mostafa), Perspective Impact of Public Transport on Developing Sustainable Cities in South Africa: A Case of Go!Durban Project, Durban
Mr Ryle Koopman, BScEng (Civil), UKZN: (Supervisors: Prof DK Das and Prof MMH Mostafa), Impact of Decentralisation of Urban Activity Centres and Variable Work Hours on Travel Behaviour in the Cities of South Africa: A Case of Durban
Ms Nikkita-Leigh Chetty, BScEng (Civil), UKZN: (Supervisors: Prof DK Das and Prof MMH Mostafa), Investigation of the Impact of Congestion on the Road Traffic Accidents in a South African City: The city of Durban
Ms Salome Naicker, BSc Eng (Civil), UKZN, BEng (Hons), UP, Supervisor: Professor MMH Mostafa. Ms Naicker’s research project investigates the feasibility of a Network Materials Utilization Plan.
Ms Alicia Mustapha, BSc Eng (Civil). Supervisor: Prof. J Ben-Edigbe. Ms Mustapha’s research work is centred on investigating the Effectiveness of Multilane Highway Horizontal Simple Curves as a Speed Reduction Mechanism
Mr Nish Padayachee, BSc Eng (Civil), Supervisor: Prof. J Ben-Edigbe. Mr Padayachee’s research work is centred on the Comparisons of Traffic Signal Warrant Queue Length and Traffic Volume Evaluation Methods
Mr Siphesihle Bulose, BSc Eng (Civil), MSc Eng (Civil) completed. Supervisor: Prof. J Ben-Edigbe. Mr Bulose’s research work aims to assess the influence of yellow intervals on aberrant driver’s behaviour at signalised intersections.
Mr S Rameshwarnath, BScEng (Civil), UKZN, (Supervisors: Professor MMH Mostafa (Main), Dr S Abejide (Co-Supervisor)). Smart Transport: An application of embedded sensors together with an Artificial Neural Network to aid sustainable pavement design and road rehabilitation