#AlumoftheWeek — Dr Angela Tabiri, AIMS Ghana’14

In this week’s edition of our #AlumoftheWeek series, we dive into the post-AIMS journey of alumna extraordinaire Angela Tabiri. Founder of Femafricmaths, an NGO which promotes female African mathematicians, Dr. Angela Tabiri graduated from AIMS Ghana in 2014. Q: Tell us about your academic life before AIMS. Angela: My undergraduate degree was in mathematics and

AFRICAN MATHEMATICAL SCHOOL (AMS) IN “MATHEMATICAL METHODS IN ANALYSIS AND PROBABILITY” (2MAP)

The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences Ghana (AIMS Ghana) is inviting applications for the African Mathematical School (AMS) in “Mathematical Methods in Analysis and Probability (2MAP)”scheduled from August 17 to 28, 2020 at AIMS Ghana in Accra. The school is organized within the framework of the AMU/CIMPA. Organized around eight (8) courses, and three (3)

Causes of recent Low Rainfall Phenomenon in Ghana: Dr. Nana Ama Browne Klutse – AIMS Canada Research Chair

Dr. Nana Ama Browne Klutse, the AIMS-Canada Research Chair in Climate Change Science, on Tuesday, 1st June, 2021 had the opportunity to educate the Ghanaian populace during an interview on the Citi Breakfast Show. The discussion centred on issues surrounding the low rainfall anomaly, being experienced in the country at present. She linked the low-to-no

AIMS Ghana Calls on the Minister for Education

On the 11th of May 2021, AIMS Ghana visited the Ministry of Education (MoE) to discuss issues surrounding its continuous partnership and a series of ongoing projects. The meeting involved the Minister for Education – Hon. Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, MoE Management and Technical Advisors, the AIMS Ghana Board Chair- Prof. Edward Ayensu, the Centre

Strengthening mathematical higher education and research in Africa

The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation is announcing a research chair, under the program financed by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) entitled “German Research Chairs”, at the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) in Accra, Ghana. The research chair is designed to help strengthen mathematical higher educationand research in Africa, promote networking between

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