Winnie Nakiyingi

Winnie Nakiyingi is a Statistician from Uganda, currently working as a Statistical Consultant for a Denmark-based consultancy firm called Axiom-Dk. Before this, she was a Tutor for the inaugural Masters in Mathematical Sciences for Teachers (MMST) program at AIMS Ghana. Because of her passion for empowering African women and girls in Science, Technology, Engineering, and

Dr. Noreldin Osman Adam Ibrahim

Dr. Osman Noreldin is an independent researcher in fluid dynamics and numerical methods. He completed his PhD in applied mathematics from the University of KwaZulu Natal in 2018. During his PhD, he worked as an Adhoc lecturer in the School of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science at the same university which continued from 2017 till

Ijuptil Joseph

Ijuptil belongs to the AIMS Ghana Class of 2021. He is currently a PhD researcher at the School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK. His research interests include modelling real-world problems focusing on anisotropic passive and active fluids. Considerable research has already been carried out on traditional Liquid Crystal Displays (LCDs). In

Giles Tetteh

Giles Tetteh had his bachelor’s degree in Mathematics with Economics from the University of Cape Coast. He was particularly interested in Applied Mathematics, Software Engineering and Entrepreneurship, which led him to apply to the AIMS Ghana. During his time at AIMS, he co-founded Impact Global Consult Limited, an ICT and Accounting consulting firm in Ghana

Francis Feehi Torgbor (PhD)

Francis completed his PhD at the University of Cape Coast in statistics, where he looked at techniques for improving climate information for agricultural use. He is a founding director of the African Maths Initiative Ghana (AMI Ghana), a not-for-profit organisation whose overriding objective is to support the improvement of education and other scientific developmental projects

Dr. Eugene Adjei

Dr Eugene Adjei, is a lecturer at the department of Mathematics, University of Ghana. As a lecturer, he is actively shaping minds for the service of Ghana and the world at large. He joined AIMS Ghana in the 2015/16 academic year shortly after his undergraduate studies at the same department he now lectures. At AIMS,

Hyam Omar Abbass Ali

Hyam Omar Abbass Ali is a PhD student from Sudan in a joint program between the Mycetoma Research Center (MRC), University of Khartoum, Sudan; INSERM lab, University of Tours, France; and IDP lab, University of Orleans, France. She also works as a full-time lecturer at the University of Khartoum, Faculty of Mathematical Sciences. Her PhD

Rayan Mutari

Rayan Mutari studied mathematics and economics for his undergraduate degree at the University of Cape Coast. He is described as one with a strong affection for mathematics and naturally drawn to quantitative subjects. After his undergraduate degree, he had this passion to develop the love for quantitive subjects a step further. He wanted to contribute

Dr. Sofiat Olasebikan

Dr Sofiat Olaosebikan is a Lecturer in Algorithms and Complexity at the University of Glasgow, Scotland. Her role involves teaching, supervision, outreach, and research. Her research interest spans algorithms design, graph theory, computational complexity, and optimisation. Currently, she is working with researchers in the School of Engineering at the University of Glasgow on the design

Benjamin Fofie

Benjamin Fofie is an Investment Analyst with one of Ghana’s leading Pensions companies, Pensions Alliance Trust Limited. In this role, he seeks to use his analytical knowledge and exposure to mathematics to educate people on various ethical investment options and other productive ventures that draw home good returns. Educating people on other financial management skills