Aulan Lucrece Zahoundo

From Benin, Aulan is a scholar with a background in theoretical physics. She is an AIMS South Africa alumna from the 2019/2020 cohort. Aulan is completing a research Master’s in Quantum Computing at Quantum Leap Africa, AIMS Rwanda, under the supervision of Dr Prince Osei. She joins AIMS Ghana as a PhD candidate and will be working in the

Abutalib Ali Elsaid Mohammed

Abutalib Ali Elsaid Mohammed graduated from Omdurman University, Faculty of Science and Technology, Department of Mathematics in 2020. Heworked as a teaching assistant at the same university and then joined AIMS Ghana for a Masters in Mathematical Sciences in 2022. He is currently enrolled in a Master of Philosophy at AIMS-Ghana and is working on

Specioza Nambooze

Specioza Nambooze obtained a  Bachelor of science with education in Mathematics and Economics from Makerere University in 2020. In 2022, she was admitted to AIMS-Ghana where she graduated with a Masters in Mathematical Sciences. She is currently enrolled at AIMS-Ghana for a Research Masters that focuses on Modelling Malaria Drug Resistance under the supervision of Professor

Fameno Rakotoniaina 

Fameno holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Education from Ecole Normale Superieure, Madagascar. In 2019, she joined AIMS South Africa and graduated with an MSc in Mathematical Sciences as a Stellenbosch University (SU) student. In 2021, she started her research in MSc in Combinatorics at SU and she is currently pursuing a PhD in

Millicent Afrifa Opoku

Millicent Afrifa Opoku completed a BSc. Mathematics from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi. Her passion for the subject led her to serve as a teaching assistant in the mathematics department. Driven by her commitment to furthering her knowledge, Millicent pursued an MSc. in Mathematical Sciences at AIMS-Ghana from 2018 to 2019.

Abigail Baidoo

Abigail holds a Master of Philosophy degree in Mathematics from the University of Cape Coast and a Master of Science degree from the AIMS-Ghana / University of Ghana. Her research focuses on the application of data science techniques to microfinance operations (or activities).

Dr. Rhoda J. Hawkins

Dr. Rhoda Joy Hawkins is the Academic Director of AIMS Ghana and a senior lecturer in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Sheffield.Rhoda did her undergraduate and masters in physics at the University of Oxford and completed her PhD in 2005 at the University of Leeds under the supervision of Tom McLeish. She then

Prof. Nick Monk

Nick Monk is the second German Research Chair in Mathematics and its Applications at AIMS Ghana and a Professor of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Sheffield. Launched in 2014, the Research Centre in AIMS Ghana is one of the developing Research centers in the Network. Prof. Monk’s position helps to strengthen linkages between

Dr. Latévi M. Lawson

Latévi attended the Universite de Lome, Togo (2006-2010) where he studied Physics and Chemistry. After three years of teaching Physics in secondary schools, he moved to IMSP (Institut de Mathématiques et de Sciences Physiques) in Benin, from 2013 to 2018, where he obtained an MSc and PhD in Mathematical Physics. He then returned to Lomé

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