Prof. Cedric Villani tips Rwanda on Tech-economics

Renowned Fields Medalist and mathematician, Professor Cedric Villani has tipped Rwandans to focus on developing a technology-based economy for the country to claim its place in global players. “Rwanda had already begun to position itself as a leading innovation and technology hub in Africa, with private-public partnerships encouraging investments in more opportunities for youth, including […]

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48 teachers acquire mathematical skills

Forty eight teachers have benefited from a mathematics skills training programme to upgrade their skills and improve their teaching in mathematics in the Wa West District of the Upper West Region. The training was sponsored by the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) and was facilitated by NOVAN Education. By Ghana News Agency Click here […]

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Kigali to host science centre of excellence HQs

The African Institute of Mathematical Sciences is set to establish a regional centre of excellence in the country. This was announced by the Institute’s founder Neil Turok while briefing journalists shortly after his meeting with President Paul Kagame at Urugwiro Village, yesterday. The centre of excellence will also serve as the institution’s headquarters on the […]

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The AIMS network through AIMS South Africa welcomes another Research Chair from outside the continent under the German Research Chair programme at AIMS

The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences through AIMS South Africa, one of its six existing Centres of Excellence, feels honoured to welcome Dr Bubacarr Bah, the German Research Chair in Mathematics with a Specialistion in Data Science, into its fold. The Research Chair programme at AIMS is one of the strategic initiatives aimed at attracting […]

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Next Einstein Forum announces NEF Fellows Class

The Next Einstein Forum (NEF), an initiative of the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) in partnership with Robert Bosch Stiftung, today, 18 November 2015, announced the 2015/2016 NEF Fellows Class – twelve of Africa’s top scientists and technologists under 42 years old, working in Africa and around the world By Zweli Sikhakhane/biznisafrica.co.za Click here to […]

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AIMS-University of Regina Visit & Partnership Signing

An AIMS delegation visited the University of Reginaon 19 October 2016 to finalise a new partnership between AIMS and the University. The highlight of the visit was a signing ceremony attended by roughly 50 faculty and students, with formal words of enthusiasm for AIMS, the University of Regina, and the partnership expressed by Thomas Chase […]

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TTP training of 46 mathematics pedagogic inspectors in Cameroon

The AIMS Next Einstein Initiative, in partnership with Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program, supported by the Government of Cameroon, organised the training of 46 national and regional pedagogic inspectors for mathematics in Cameroon from the 17 to 29 October 2016.  This training aimed to strengthen the supervision and pedagogic capacities of pedagogic inspectors to enable them to […]

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