Jackeline Kipkemboi in a Quest to Fight Climate Change Through Big Data Analytics

   Climate change has disastrous effects on the environment affecting almost all facets of human life, including political, economic, social, technological, legal, and environmental. Consequently, Africa needs experts who can accurately monitor weather patterns, offer accurate predictions of the weather patterns, and develop practical and mathematical models with workable solutions.    Enter Jackeline Kipkemboi, an African

Storytime with Willy Carlos: The chronicles of my internship journey

   Q: Tell us about yourself?  My name is Willy Carlos from Cameroon. I am a dedicated computer scientist (Mathematician) passionate about the Internet of Things (IoT) and Data Sciences. I hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer science and Mathematics at the University of Douala Cameroon, a Master in computer sciences from Yaounde  University Cameroon, and

African Institute for Mathematical Sciences and Ishango partner to connect data science graduates to international opportunities

Ishango, a social enterprise creating highly skilled jobs in Africa and the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS), Africa’s first and largest network of centres for innovative post-graduate training in mathematical sciences, have announced a partnership to connect top African data scientists  with international work experience opportunities. The partnership will boost African data science graduates’

AIMS Rwanda Partners with iSQl

Kigali, March 8th 2021 – The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Rwanda (AIMS Rwanda) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the International Software Quality Institute GmbH (iSQl) to provide a framework for the deliverance of various iSQl certifications, facilitate networking with international IT organisations, as well as joint marketing and public engagement initiatives. “AIMS Rwanda

AIMS Rwanda Graduation 2017

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

AIMS Rwanda Alumni uses science and technology to combat COVID19 in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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

Call for Female Applicants: AIMS-Canada Research Chairs in Climate Change Science

The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) invites applications for three AIMS-Canada Research Chairs in Climate Change Science to be based at AIMS Rwanda. Each Chair will be provided up to USD 970,000 over a four-year period and tasked with executing a world-class research program able to contribute significantly towards building both the human capital

Opening Ceremony of Allotey Maths Camp

With the objective of promoting the study of mathematics from the basic to tertiary levels and demystifying the concept of mathematics as a difficult subject, AIMS Ghana opened the 5th Maths Camp dubbed ‘Allotey Math Camp’ on Monday 6th August 2018. 53 students from 38 Junior and Senior High Schools from 6 Regions in Ghana

AIMS Small Research Grants in Climate Change Science

The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences Next Einstein Initiative (AIMS-NEI) is pleased to invite early career African academics of postdoctoral standing to apply for the second round of the AIMS Small Research Grants in Climate Change Science. Applications must be submitted by the 08th September 2019, 23:59 CAT. These Grants will support projects that are at the