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First name


Last name

Anthony (Tony)




Cellphone number

083 304 7329

Work number

012 305 5692

Home number

012 661 7771

Postal Address

Necsa, Building P-1500, PO Box 582 , Pretoria , 0001, South Africa

Affiliated organisations

Member of the South African Institute of Electrical Engineers (SAIEE)


B.Sc (Elec. Eng. ); registered Professional Engineer in South Africa

Current areas of expertise/activity

Electronic radiation instrumentation development; Convener: South African Synchrotron Initiative (SASI)

Previous relevant areas of activity/expertise

Electrical and electronic Engineer on the former South African Tokamak plasma physics facility, "Tokoloshe".


Hope to see the establishment, within ten years, of an "African Institute for Synchrotron Studies" in Gauteng , South Africa , centred on an advanced multi-user, multi-disciplinary synchrotron light source.


  1. A. Joel, G. Nothnagel, The South African Light Source Proposal for a Feasibility Study for the Establishment of an African Synchrotron Radiation Facility, NECSA, 13 August 2003 .
  2. A. Joel, The South African Synchrotron Initiative - The South African Light Source : A Synchrotron for Africa Strategic Plan, NECSA, 16 January 2004.
  3. A. Joel, The South African Light Source : A Synchrotron for Africa, Elektron - Journal of the SAIEE, January 2004, p12.

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