MSc. (UB), PhD (UB)
Moletlanyi Tshipa earned both his MSc and PhD in Theoretical Physics at the University of Botswana in 2008 and 2018 respectively. He served as a teaching assistant from 2004-2005, and as a demonstrator from 2005-2009, in the University of Botswana. He then continued to serve as a lecturer from 2009 to present, in the same university. A theoretical physicist, his research interest range from quantum wires, quantum dots to special relativity and astronomy. He is currently a member of the Astronomical Society of Botswana.
Tshipa, M. (2020) Obtaining subatomic particle sizes from creation-annihilation processes. International Journal of Physics and Applications 2 (1), 1-5
Tshipa, M. (2019) Optical properties of GaAs nanowires with an electric potential that varies inversely with the square of the radial distance. Advances in Condensed Matter Physics 2019, 3478506
Tshipa, M. (2019) Diamagnetic susceptibility and optical properties of a spherical quantum dot: effects of the parabolic and the shifted parabolic potentials.Optical and Quantum Electronics 51 (7), 225
Tshipa, M. and Masale M. (2019) Optical transition rates in a cylindrical quantum wire with an inverse parabolic potential. Advances in Theoretical & Computational Physics, 2 (2), 1-5
Tshipa, M. (2016)The effects of Cup-like and Hill-like Parabolic Confining Potentials on Photoionization Cross Section of a donor in a Spherical Quantum Dot. European Physical Journal B 89, 177