The AIMS-Cameroon Science Communications Challenge 6th Edition!

We are excited to kick off the sixth edition of our Science Communications Challenge today June 11th! This annual event is designed to enhance our students’ ability to communicate complex technical knowledge to non-technical stakeholders, ultimately boosting the influence of mathematical sciences in decision-making processes. With this challenge, students are tasked to present in basic

Empowering Mathematics Education: Successful Training of Cluster Leads in Bertoua

AIMS Cameroon continues its dedicated partnership with the Ministry of Secondary Education (MINESEC) in Cameroon to enhance Mathematics education in secondary schools. From May 15th to 17th, 2024, AIMS TTP (Teachers Training Programme) organized a comprehensive training program in Bertoua aimed at equipping Cluster Leads (CLs) with the skills necessary to improve the quality of

Investing in Limbe’s Public Service Workforce

From May 21 to May 23, 2024, AIMS-Cameroon hosted a three-day training program specifically designed for public service workers in the city of Limbe. This initiative aimed to equip participants with the latest skills and knowledge to enhance their effectiveness in doing collaborative work, managing data and automating task. Through this workshop, participants gained expertise

Prof. Marco Garuti Awards

Established during the memorial ceremony held on August 21, 2021, in honor of the late Professor Marco GARUTI, Professor Marco GARUTI Excellence Awards is  a collection of two (02) Excellence Awards to acknowledge the excellent human values and the tremendous contribution of Professor Marco Garuti towards the capacity building of the next generation of African

Siyakhula Festival – A Journey of Reunion, Networking and Reflection: Insights from Dr. Redrisse Djoumessi Fobasso, AIMS Cameroon alumna

Dr. Redrisse Djoumessi, who participated in the  recent AIMS 20-year anniversary event, states that Networking proved to be a highlight of the event, as she had the opportunity to engage in discussions with remarkable individuals from the AIMS global network. From classmates and lecturers to representatives from prestigious organizations like Humboldt, opportunities for collaboration and

AIMS 20th Anniversary, A Joyful Reunion and Celebration of Memories: Insights from Hortence Phalonne Nana

In the midst of laughter, camaraderie, and shared memories, Hortence, AIMS Cameroon alumna, found herself immersed in the jubilant atmosphere of the AIMS 20-year anniversary celebration. The celebration was graced by the presence of esteemed mathematicians and research group members, each contributing to the vibrant tapestry of the AIMS community and legacy. Hortence had the

A Journey of Reunion, Reflection, and New Beginnings: Insights from Abdel Njupoun, AIMS 20th Anniversary Celebration

Amidst the celebratory atmosphere of the recent AIMS 20-year anniversary event, Abdel shared his unique perspective and experiences, offering a glimpse into the diverse tapestry of connections and emotions that characterized the occasion. For Abdel, the event held special significance as it marked his first encounter with fellow alumni from AIMS-Cameroon, namely Hortence Phalonne Nana

Celebrating 20 Years of Growing Mathematics in Africa: Gabin Maxime NGUEGNANG, AIMS Cameroon alumnus, shares his insights from the Siyakhula festival

AIMS Global Network’s recent 20-year anniversary celebration was more than just a milestone – it was a testament to the significant impact of AIMS in Africa and beyond. The event brought together participants from academia, industry, and government sectors, fostering connections that have the potential to shape the future of research and technology. One of

AIMS Cameroon Rounds Up Entrepreneurship Training: Equipping Students to Tackle Societal Challenges

AIMS Cameroon recently concluded its Entrepreneurship Week (E-week), a program designed to empower students with the skills and knowledge to launch impactful ventures. Led by Professor Bikoko, the week focused on Design Thinking, a human-centered approach to problem-solving.Students tackled real-world challenges by forming teams and brainstorming solutions. Professor Bikoko‘s guidance equipped them with the tools