Dr Daniel Kwayisi


 Dr. Daniel Kwayisi is a highly knowledgeable professional in the field of Geology. He has a solid background in petrology and tectonics. He earned a Master of Philosophy in Geology from the University of Ghana and a Doctoral degree in Geology from the University of Johannesburg, South Africa. Dr. Daniel Kwayisi has been conducting extensive research on the Precambrian geology of Ghana for over a decade. Some of his projects include studying the architecture of the Buem Structural Unit and its implications for the tectonic evolution of the Pan-African Dahomeyide Orogen, as well as the geological evolution of the granitoids of the Suhum basin and Lawra belt and petro-hydrogeological studies of crystalline aquifers in the Pan-African Dahomeyide belt. His academic contributions are evident in the numerous publications he has written in both local and international journals. Currently, he serves as a Postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa, where he focuses on the evolution of plate tectonics in the Paleoarchean. Moreover, Daniel Kwayisi is an active member of the geological community. Member, Ghana Institute of Geoscientists, Member, Geological Society of South Africa, Member, European Association of Geochemistry, Life Member, Geological Society of Africa.