Elizabeth Dadzie

I’m currently working on pricing & hedging of weather-linked insurance derivatives. My long-term plan is to lead a fight against climate change in #Africa​ & around the world, as well as help fix food security issues in Africa,”Elizabeth Dadzie, research student at AIMS Ghana.

AIMS Ghana Pays a Courtesy Call on the University of Cape Coast

The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS), Ghana, on 16th September, 2020 called on the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast, Prof. Johnson Nyarko Boampong. The purpose of the visit was to discuss issues pertaining to the continuous partnership between the two institutions. During the meeting, Dr. Prince K. Osei, the President of AIMS Ghana,

Seminar: “Time after AIMS”

Prof. Ulrich Kraehmer with the Institute for Geometry – TU Dresden, Germany, and Prof. Daniel Wohns with the Perimeter Institute, Canada, gave our weekly seminar on the topic “Time after AIMS” (March 4, 2020). They spoke about some of the challenges and opportunities AIMS students might face studying outside of Africa, more specifically in Europe


Graduation for the 2018/19 cohorts was held on 29th June 2019 at AIMS Ghana’s new location; Summerhill Estate, Accra. 42 students from 16 African countries (14 females and 28 males) including 18 Mastercard Foundation scholars graduated into the Master of Science in Mathematical Sciences degree. 3 students were awarded with the FKA Allotey Meritorious Award of


With the objective of increasing the pipeline of students progressing into secondary and tertiary mathematics education, and to decreasing the failure or drop-out rate of mathematics students at all levels, AIMS Ghana in partnership with Supporting Africa Mathematics Initiative (SAMI), Africa Mathematics Initiative (AMI), International Mathematics Union and IDEMS International, is organising a 5 days’

AIMS NEI Fellowship Program for Women in Climate Change Science: Call for applications

Climate change represents one of humanity’s greatest challenges of the 21st century. The continued ascent of our species depends to a significant extent on our ability to limit further catastrophic changes to the climate and to adapt to both past and future changes. In many parts of the world, changes in climatic variables – including incessant


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