AIMS Alumna, MARIANNE NJIFON, wins big at the ASP Conference in Namibia

The African school of Fundamental Physics and Applications (ASP) holds a biennial African conference on Fundamental Physics and Application. This year, the conference was held in Namibia from the 28th to the 4th of July at the Namibia University of Science and Technology. With programmes like: Astrophysics and Cosmology Nuclear and particle physics Accelerator, Medical and Radiation

AIMS-Cameroon Alumnus earns a PhD in Mathematics

Thesis topic: L^2-Theory for nonlocal operators on domains. FOGHEM GOUNOUE Guy Fabrice, AIMS-Cameroon alumnus of the 2015/2016 batch has successfully earned a PhD in Mathematics, precisely in the field of Analysis of Nonlocal Operators from the University of Bielefeld, Germany. Realized under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Moritz Kassmann, his overreaching goal was to study the

AIMS-Cameroon’s 7th cohort of Structured Master’s degree students reap rewards of hard work and resilience

AIMS-Cameroon, on Tuesday, May 18th, 2020, said goodbye to its 7th cohort of Structured Master’s Degree students in Mathematical Sciences. After undergoing 10 months of intense training and successfully defending their essays amidst the restrains that came with the Coronavirus pandemic, 33 Structured Master’s Degree students were awarded attestations to mark their successful completion of studies. The

AIMS’ founder, Prof. Neil Turok, congratulates AIMS-Cameroon’s 2019-2020 graduates, urges them to go out and tackle Africa’s Challenges

The founder of the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Prof. Neil Turok has heartily congratulated the AIMS-Cameroon 2019/2020 graduates for their hard work and excellent behavior which has produced a huge amount of success. Prof. Neil Turok took time out of his busy schedule to address the AIMS-Cameroon 2019/2020 cohort on the 18th of May 2020

AIMS TTP- trained teachers celebrate the first International Day of Mathematics

The AIMS Teacher Training Program (TTP) in partnership with Mastercard Foundation and the Government of Cameroon endeavours, as one of its strategic goals, to change the awareness and perception of mathematics in order to attract more students – especially girls – towards mathematics and STEM, and to assist them in becoming independent thinkers, problem solvers

AIMS-Cameroon’s Chief Operating Officer equips students during a one-week professional development training

The Chief Operating Officer of AIMS-Cameroon, Mr. Honore Youfegnuy Bernard has organized and delivered a five-day professional development training to AIMS-Cameroon students. In today’s labor market, employability is a key factor for graduates and an immediate transition from school to work life or a well-defined career path is highly essential. The African Institute for Mathematical

36 Cameroonians armed with Big Data for Development Skills, thanks to the AIMS Next Einstein Initiative

Selected based on their passion for Data Science and Big Data Analytics, with at least a 4 years’ undergraduate degree or a minimum 2 to 3 years of work experience as a professional in Statistics, Information and Technology and other Data Science related topic, 36 young Cameroonians including 15 females convened at the AIMS TTP