Latevi M. Lawson

Latevi 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 in Mathematical Physics and a Ph.D in Theoretical Physics. He

Eugene Yaw Adade Adjei

Eugene studied Mathematics at the University of Ghana (2011-2015). He then studied at AIMS Ghana (2015-2016) and obtained an MSc in Mathematical Sciences. After AIMS, he moved to Perimeter Institute (PI) from 2016 to 2017, to study for an MSc in Physics. After, he proceeded to do his PhD at the University of Waterloo from

Kenneth Dadedzi

Kenneth Dadedzi is originally from Ghana. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Cape Coast, Ghana, followed by a Masters and Ph.D degrees at the Stellenbosch University, South Africa. He was part of the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) South Africa 2013/2014 intake. The area of his research is in Spectral Graph

Fred Soglohu

Fred is a tutor at for the Taught Masters program at AIMS Ghana. He obtained his BSc at the University of Ghana and his MSc training at AIMS Ghana, where he also received Professor Allotey’s Meritorious Award. He is currently doing his PhD student at the University of Ghana, Legon. Fred’s research areas are mathematical

Esther Gyasi Opoku

Esther Gyasi Opoku is originally from Ghana. She is an AIMS Ghana alumnus and an MPhil holder from the University of Ghana, Legon. Her research so far has been in ‘Algebraic Projective Geometry’. She’s currently a tutor at AIMS Ghana and she seeks to become a researcher in pure mathematics and its applications to some