The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) Rwanda has unveiled its competing team of 12 students, selected out of 100,000 from various schools across Rwanda, to represent the country in the Pan African Mathematics Olympiad (PAMO), which Rwanda will host for the first time in May 2023. “Preparing students for such a competition is a
The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS), in partnership with Rwanda Environment Management Authority (REMA), have today launched the Kigali City Framework for Noise and Air Quality Monitoring Campaign. In many low and middle-income countries particularly Sub-Saharan, data on air pollution is scarce, thus limiting policy planning and implementation. The campaign launched today aims to
As Rwanda strives to build a knowledge-based economy, the government acknowledged that Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) is an engine for socio-economic development as a country (MINEDUC, 2015). To achieve this goal requires the country to ensure the improved quality of education through an updated STEM Curriculum, improved teaching and learning techniques and availability
Rwandan French Embassy Delegation visits AIMS Rwanda 14 Sep – 2021 | Rwanda – A delegation from the French Embassy in Rwanda, led by Mrs. Juliette BIGOT, the Advisor for Cooperation and Cultural action & Director of the French Institute of Rwanda, paid a courtesy visit to the African Institute of Mathematical Sciences (AIMS)
The AIMS Teacher Training Program, (TTP) organized a run for science in Kigali, Rwanda that launched the “Adopt a village for science” campaign aimed at raising funds to support the AIMS community based interventions.
Meet Prof. Blaise Tchapnda, the Academic Director for AIMS Rwanda talking about the role of AIMS in increasing the number of young mathematicians and how the use of maths can be used to solve real life challenges.
The African institute for mathematical Sciences Rwanda Centre graduated its first ever cohort of students at a graduation ceremony held at the AIMS center in Kigali, Rwanda on 22nd June 2017 Forty-four students from 10 African countries, namely; Cameroon, Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Sudan, Burundi, Nigeria, Zambia, Kenya and Tanzania received their Master’s of
The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) was founded in 2003 by Professor Neil Turok, with an aim of training young African scientists to develop expertise in solving Africa’s grand challenges. So far, out of the 1900 alumni, 70% of them have remained on the African soil and are working towards solving the existing problems
The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) center in Rwanda welcomed a new student cohort for the academic year, 2019-2020. The new cohort consists of 48 young Africans from 19 African countries. These students will undergo a year-long study program to sharpen their skills in mathematical sciences broadened through the Co-Op and Climate streams of
Kigali – January 12th, 2018 – Kigali, Rwanda :The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences – Next Einstein Initiative (AIMS-NEI), in collaboration with the Office of the Canadian High Commission in Kigali, today organized an industry network and partnership event. The event came to fruition through the strong support of the Government of Rwanda, MasterCard Foundation