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

Wilfried Kuissi Kamdem

Wilfried is an AIMS Ghana Alumni (2016/17). He completed his M.Phil in Mathematics at the University of Cape Coast, Ghana, and holds a Master 1 in Mathematics and Economics and a B.Sc. in Mathematics and Applications both from the University of Douala, Cameroon. Currently, he tutored at AIMS Ghana and is currently PhD candidate in

Maalvladedon Ganet Some

Maalvladedon Ganet Some is originally from Burkina Faso. He pursued his undergraduate studies at the University of Ghana where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics. Afterwards, he was admitted at the mathematics department of the same institution as a teaching assistant and subsequently as a graduate assistant. Some’s quest to deepen his

Elizabeth Dadzie

Elizabeth Dadzie is originally from Ghana. In 2016 she got her Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics and Statistics from Methodist University College. In 2017, she gained admission to AIMS Ghana, where she graduated with a Master of Science in Mathematical Sciences. In 2018 she was admitted at the University of Ghana to do a Research Masters

Hetsron L. Nyandjo Bamen

Hetsron L. Nyandjo Bamen was born in Douala, Cameroon. He completed his undergraduate and graduate studies in Mathematics at University of Douala, after which he obtained another MSc degree in Mathematical Sciences from AIMS Ghana.Hetsron is currently a PhD fellow of AIMS Doctoral Training Program in Climaterelated Sciences (ADTP-CS) financed by the Government of Canada,

Rebecca Berkoh-Oforiwaa

Rebecca is currently a Ph.D. candidate working under the supervision of Dr. Nana Ama Browne Klutse in the Atmospheric Group in the Department of Physics, University of Ghana. Her research primarily focuses on Extreme rainfall variability and teleconnections. Particular interest to her work is understanding the extreme rainfall variability trends and causes over Southern West

James Nimo

James is pursuing an MPhil Physics programme at the University of Ghana. His programme is under AIMS Master of Research Program (ARMSc) in climate change science. His research is going to focused on Spatio-temporal variations of PM2.5 with weather variables using ground and satellite derived data. He has obtained a first degree in Physics and

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