On the 7th of December 2022, AIMS Ghana and the Center for National Distance Learning and Open Schooling (CENDLOS), recognizing the importance of mathematics and computing education, signed an MOU to focus on building the capacities of Junior and Senior High School (SHS) Students in Ghana. The purpose of the collaboration is to create a

Closing Ceremony held for Second Cohort of GMSP Beneficiaries

The AIMS Ghana, Girls in Mathematical Sciences Program (GMSP) is a fully-funded, exciting and challenging 9-month program created for bright, curious and creative female Senior High School students to unlock their potential in the Mathematical Sciences. It has been carefully structured to prevent interference in mainstream academics. The program operates on a hybrid model with

AIMS Ghana Collaborates with KTCSR-UDS to Organize Training on The UNESCO Recommendation on Science and Scientific Researchers (RSSR)

On November 3, 2022, AIMS Ghana in partnership with the Kazuhiko Takeuchi Centre for Sustainability and Resilience (KTCSR), UDS, hosted a training and awareness-raising workshop on the 2017 UNESCO RSSR at the Dr. Naa Andani Chamber in the Central Administration block of the University for Development Studies’ Tamale Campus, for female researchers. Prof. Hamdiyah Alhassan,

UNESCO Recommendation on Science and Scientific Researchers (RS|SR)

UNESCO RS|SR Campaign. The United Nations Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization (UNESCO), at its 39th Session in 2017 adopted the Recommendation on Science and Scientific Researchers (RSSR) on the Status of Scientific Researchers. Recognizing the need to strengthen the STI systems in Africa to support the implementation and achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs),

Biography, achievements and tribute to Prof. Francis K. A. Allotey – Read at the Francis Allotey Public Lecture

The late Professor Francis Kofi Ampenyin Allotey, often referred to by many as a man with many ‘firsts’ was a Professor of Mathematics and Nuclear Physics. He is arguably the greatest scientist Ghana has had so far. Prof. Allotey is known globally for postulating the “Allotey’s Formalism” from his work on soft x-ray spectroscopy, which

10th Graduation Ceremony – 100 Students Awarded Msc. in Mathematical Sciences

In the last 19 years, the AIMS Global Network has been responsible for contributing to Africa’s development, birthing over 2500 talents and impacting over 10,000 others through unique programs and initiatives on the continent. AIMS across all its 5 Centres (South Africa, Senegal, Ghana, Cameroon and Rwanda), has been committed to Africa’s transformation through innovative

AIMS Ghana Industry-Academia Forum

The Centre held a novel Industry – Academia Forum on the 24th of June 2022, aimed at helping alumni to transition from the academic study of Mathematical Sciences to its application in industry. The event which was part of AIMS Ghana’s 10th Anniversary activities took place at the Google office in Accra, and was themed,

E-Launch of the AIMS-UNESCO Logo

The Government of Ghana and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Ghana, signed an agreement on May 15, 2018 to restestablish the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) Ghana as a UNESCO Category II Centre of Excellence. Being a world-class academic and research centre, AIMS Ghana’s focus is directed towards preparing young