Dr. Antoine-Marie Bogso

Dr. Antoine-Marie Bogso has been a lecturer at the University of Yaoundé since December 2014. He received BSc and MSc degrees from the University of Yaoundé, Cameroon and a PhD in Probability theory from the University of Lorraine, France. He is a former associate lecturer at the University of Lorraine. He has authored and co-authored

Dr. Patrick Essien

Dr. Patrick Essien is currently working with AIMS Ghana on the Climate Change and Atmospheric Physics Program. This program focuses on the research and education of young African scientists to develop models locally to support the global effort of understanding the climate system, climate projections and Climate Change Resilience practices. He has taught Atmospheric Physics

Dr. Prince Koree Osei

Dr. Prince Koree Osei is the Centre President of AIMS Ghana. He is also the Lead Scientist & Director for Quantum Leap Africa (QLA). Previously, he was a Fields-Perimeter and Perimeter Institute Postdoctoral research fellow and the Academic Manager for AIMS Ghana. He is also the co-founder of Analytics IQ, an Analytics and Actuarial consulting

Prof. Olivier M. Pamen

Prof. Olivier Menoukeu Pamen is the German Research Chair in Mathematics and its Applications at AIMS Ghana and a Reader in Mathematical Sciences at the University of Liverpool. Launched in 2014, the Research Centre in AIMS Ghana is one of the developing Research centers in the Network. Prof. Pamen’s position helps to strengthen linkages between

Dr. Nana Ama Browne Klutse

Dr. Nana Ama Browne Klutse is currently an AIMS-Canada Research Chair in Climate Change Science. The project she is embarking on is focused on understanding the climate dynamics of Africa, climate observations and projections for climate services. She is a senior lecturer at the Department of Physics, University of Ghana. She was a senior research

Dr. Francis Nkrumah

Dr.Francis Nkrumah Francis Nkrumah a PostDoc fellow at AIMS Rwanda studying the dynamical parameters that enhance extreme rainfall event prediction of Southern West Africa as a result of Mesoscale Convective Systems. He is also looking to understand the favourable environmental conditions suitable for the evolution and propagation of the storm systems. He is using different

Dr. Gandomè Mayeul Léger Davy Quenum

Gandomè Mayeul Léger Davy Quenum is an interdisciplinary research scientist with background skills in the field of Physics, Mathematics, Hydrology, Meteorology, and Climatology. He has expertise in Climate variability, trend and change, Global and Regional Climate Modeling, Hydrological modeling, Climate and land-use change impact on catchment hydrology, Urban rainfall and flood modeling.  He holds a

Rhoss B. L. Pellat

Rhoss B. L. Pellat is originally from the Republic of Congo. He attained a Masters’s in Mathematics from the Marien Ngouabi University. He then completed the Master of Science in Mathematical Sciences program at AIMS Senegal. Rhoss is currently pursuing a Ph.D in region program at the University of Ghana, in partnership with AIMS Ghana

Edward Korveh

Edward Korveh is originally from Ghana. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (2012). After he got his Master of Science in Mathematical Sciences from AIMS Ghana in 2014, Edward obtained a double degree in Complex Systems Science from the University of Warwick (UK) and the