AIMS and York University Forge Stronger Collaborative Ties in Advancing Mathematical Sciences

In a recent meeting hosted by York University, representatives from the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) Network, and York University gathered to discuss the AIMS model and explore opportunities to strengthen their collaborative efforts. The event brought together key faculty members from York University, including the President and Vice-chancellor Prof. Rhonda Lenton, Amir Asif, Vice-President

AIMS – University of Waterloo Summit: Renewing Partnerships and Shaping the Future of Science in Africa’s Youth

On May 27, 2024, a delegation from the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) Network met with representatives from the Centre for Education in Math and Computing (CEMC) and the Faculty of Mathematics, University of Waterloo, to celebrate a new phase in their ongoing partnership. Established in 2003, AIMS remains a pan-African network of postgraduate

AIMS Ghana in Collaboration with CEMC Waterloo, train Mathematics teachers across Africa

The core mandate of AIMS Ghana is to promote training, research and public engagement in Mathematical Sciences and its related fields. As a UNESCO Category II Center of Excellence, AIMS is also mandated to provide support for Mathematics teachers, not only within Ghana but also across the sub-region, through various activities and training programs. In

Delegation from the University of Freiburg – Germany, Visits AIMS Ghana

AIMS Ghana recently had the pleasure of hosting a distinguished delegation from the University of Freiburg, marking a significant moment of collaboration and knowledge exchange between the two institutions. The delegation, led by the Rector, Professor Kerstin Krieglstein, engaged in an insightful meeting focused on fostering future partnerships and exploring new opportunities for academic and

Empowering Minds: AIMS Ghana’s Mastercard Foundation Scholars Inspire Students in STEM

In a bid to debunk misconceptions surrounding Mathematics and STEM education, the 8th Cohort of the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program at the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) Ghana recently embarked on an initiative to engage students in two schools within the Ledzokuku-Krowor Municipality. Madam Beauty Beatrice Kwawu, Program Manager of the Mastercard Foundation Scholars

International Day of Women and Girls in Science 2024: Women and Girls in Science Leadership, a New Era for Sustainability

According to UNESCO, in acknowledging the pivotal role of women and girls as catalysts for change in the realm of science, particularly in propelling progress towards SDGs 16 and 17, the 9th International Day of Women and Girls in Science Assembly unveils its central theme: “Women and Girls in Science Leadership, a New Era for

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS – Postdoctoral Fellowship in Signalling Dynamics in Cells and Tissues at the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) in Ghana

Overview The German Research Chair, Prof. Nick Monk at AIMS Ghana, in collaboration with Prof. Dr. Kevin Thurley at the Universitätsklinikum (University of Bonn, Germany), is offering postdoctoral fellowships at the AIMS Ghana Research Centre in Accra. These fellowships are made available and funded by the DAAD to promote international academic exchange as well as

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS – PhD Fellowship in Signalling Dynamics in Cells and Tissues at the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) in Ghana

Overview The German Research Chair, Prof. Nick Monk at AIMS Ghana, in collaboration with Prof. Dr. Kevin Thurley at the Universitätsklinikum (University of Bonn, Germany), is offering Ph.D. fellowships at the AIMS Ghana Research Centre in Accra. These fellowships are made available and funded by the DAAD to promote international academic exchange as well as

World Economic Forum (WEF) – Quantum Economy Blueprint – Insight Report, January 2024

Amidst the quantum revolution, Africa stands on the cusp of transformative innovation and boundless opportunity. With burgeoning interest and investments in quantum technologies across the continent, Africa is poised to harness the power of quantum computing, sensing, and communication to address pressing challenges and drive socioeconomic development. From quantum-enabled healthcare solutions to quantum-enhanced agricultural practices,

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