Bringing back Africa’s own talent – A bright African scientist returns to Africa: AIMS ARETÉ Junior Chairs programme launched in collaboration with the AIMS – Next Einstein Initiative and the Robert Bosch Stiftung Cape Town, South Africa/Stuttgart, Germany (July 24th, 2014)– One of Africa’s brightest young minds, the mathematician and computer scientist Dr. Antoine Tambue,has
Abstract: In this one-week course, we offered a training in formulating linear, nonlinear, and mixed-integer optimization problems using the modeling language AMPL (https://ampl.com), and solving these problems with various problem-class specific numerical solvers. Optimization problems are at the core of various decision questions that modern industrial and service companies are facing every day. For example,
The management of AIMS-Ghana, represented by Prof. Francis K. A. Allotey, Mr. Kwame Atsiavor and Mr. Samuel Awuku met with His Excellency President John Dramani Mahama on December 17th, 2013 during a visit to a Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences building project. During the interaction, the president reaffirmed government’s commitment to supporting AIMS-Ghana. The
On Friday, Feb. 1, 2013, President Barack Obama awarded Dr. Sylvester James Gates, a member of the board of trustees of AIMS-Ghana and Director of the Centre for String and Particle Theory, University of Maryland, with the National Medal of Science, , during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House in Washington.
Prof. Francis K. A. Allotey, President of AIMS Ghana, has been inducted as a ‘Fellow of the Nigerian Mathematical Society’. A seven member Delegation, led by the President of Nigeria Mathematical Society, Prof. N. I. Akinwande, travelled from Nigeria to Ghana to present the award to Prof. Allotey at the ‘Genome-Wide Association for Complex Diseases