Les enseignants des mathématiques formés par AIMS-TTP Cameroon travaillent en Cluster dans la région de l’Adamaoua

Le Cluster formé par les enseignants M. Timene Honoré, M. Keunfou Fokou Collince et M. Kouakep Tchaptchié Yannick du collège du Septentrion, Lycée de Burkina, et le Collège Protestant de Ngaoundéré travaille sous la coordination du Cluster Leader M. Fokou. La semaine dernière, ce cluster effectuait une application sur des nombres complexes. “Nous sommes en Terminales.

Yvan Jordan Ngucho Mbeutchou Analyses Analogies Between GRAVITY and FLUID DYNAMICS

The Universe is currently described by two remarkably effective major theories: Albert Einstein’s GENERAL RELATIVITY, portraying the Universe at the macroscopic scale by providing a description of gravitation, and QUANTUM MECHANICS depicting the Universe at the microscopic scale by providing an explanation of the other three elementary interactions, namely: electromagnetic, weak nuclear and strong nuclear

Research Centre Publishes New Paper on Fractional Differential Relations for the LERCH ZETA FUNCTION

AIMS Cameroon’s Research Centre has published a new paper titled: “FRACTIONAL DIFFERENTIAL RELATIONS FOR THE LERCH ZETA FUNCTION”. The co-authors are the Research Chair Dr. Jean Daniel Djida and maths genius Prof. Arran Fernandez of the Eastern Mediterranean University in Northern Cyprus. The research work was received on April 16th, 2021, revised on July 19th,

Students Introduced To Professional Development & Entrepreneurship

Our 9th Cohort students are now taking lectures in Professional Development and Entrepreneurship. Lectured by Honoré Bernard Youfegnuy and assisted by James J. Njong, the skills course seeks to improve student outcomes by helping them develop the soft skills required to transition into gainful employment upon graduation. “Our objective is to facilitate the discovery of who

Prof. FERDINAND NGAKEU Kicks-off Skills Courses With MATHEMATICAL PROBLEM SOLVING

AIMS Cameroon began the series of skills courses for this year’s cohort with the traditional course on Mathematical Problem Solving, taught by the much-admired Prof. Ferdinand Ngakeu of the University of Douala on September 18th, 2021. The course which seeks to endow the students with the skills and tools for solving problems by leveraging the

AIMS Cameroon Students Organise CULTURAL DAY To Showcase Africa’s Diversity

Graduating students of AIMS Cameroon’s 8th Cohort will display Africa’s rich diversity today July 15th during the “CULTURAL DAY” organised by the students’ Social Club. Activities will include an Exhibition of traditional meals, a Fashion Show in traditional outfits and Traditional Dances from Cameroon, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Ivory Coast, and Zambia. “Our diversity is what

AIMS Cameroon Organises First Scientific Workshop On The Applications of Mathematics

As part of the activities to close the First Phase of its Teacher Training Program (TTP), AIMS Cameroon is organising a workshop on the applications of Mathematics in the Cameroonian Society. The workshop organised in partnership with Mastercard Foundation and the Government of Cameroon, will hold in Mbalmayo (Centre Region) from June 17th to June

THREE MINUTE THESIS COMPETITION Joshua, Passy, Saheed and Bernadin From Group 3 Qualify For The Next Round

The first three-day qualifying phase of the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition ended on Sunday June 6th with presentations by students of Group 3. Each of the 13 students convinced the jury and audience that their projects were marketable to solve some of Africa’s pressing problems. Topics of projects presented included Malaria Treatment in different