About Mufaro Kanganga
Mufaro Kanganga is an Industrial and Manufacturing Engineer with a strong focus on sustainable engineering practices. She holds a lecturer position at Gwanda State University. Mufaro's dedication to sustainability is evident in her role as a Safer End of Life Champion at the Royal Academy of Engineering. She specializes in the circular economy of metal waste within the mining industry to emphasize the environmental benefits of a circular approach to industrial activities. Mufaro is an E4C Fellow, collaborating with Arizona State University on circular supply chain modelling for electrical distribution equipment. In her pursuit of knowledge, Mufaro is also a Ph.D. candidate in Metallurgical Engineering at the University of Pretoria. Her research work focuses on the fatigue enhancement of Ti6Al4V aeronautic parts using laser shock peening. Other research interests include circular economy principles, and sustainability practices and engineering education.
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Enriching the field of engineering with constructive contributions serves as a source of motivation. Recognizing the enduring significance of engineering in sustaining the world's welfare and functionality, including the well-being of its inhabitants, underscores the import of my efforts. Consequently, whether my input is modest or substantial, it bears the potential to yield a meaningful impact, thereby propelling me towards the pursuit of excellence.
In our highly industrialised world, waste and losses are produced throughout the input-to-output system. To minimise the environmental impact of industrial and residential activities, waste management technologies and Artificial Intelligence can be used to improve decision-making, optimise resource use, and regulate the injection of waste and losses back into the system.
The ability to think in mathematics - I believe that the globe can be balanced by an equal symbol. However, I am not so naive to think that everything is mathematical, but I know it can be modeled mathematically.