Prof. Martin Eichner Introduces Students To “Berkeley Madonna” Modelling Software

During a lecture on April 9th at AIMS Cameroon’s Centre of Excellence in Limbe, Prof. Martin Eichner introduced Master’s Degree students on Modelling using Berkeley Madonna; a mathematical modelling software package, developed at the University of California at Berkeley and designed to numerically solve systems of ordinary differential equations as fast as possible. To enable

AIMS TTP Is Changing Students’ Poor Perception About Mathematics

The overall GOAL of AIMS Cameroon’s Teacher Training Programme is to improve the quality of teaching and learning of Mathematics in Cameroon to enrich the pipeline of students going to STEM education at tertiary level. The enthusiasm, creative arts, mathematical thinking and income-generating skills demonstrated by secondary school students across the country during the celebration

AIMS Cameroon to Host Humboldt Feodor-Lynen Fellowship Laureate

Limbe, April 05 2021 – The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation has awarded Dr. Mrs Floriane Mefo Kue, a mathematician of Cameroonian origin, the prestigious Feodor Lynen Research Fellowship for a two-year research stay at AIMS Cameroon. Dr. Kue will undertake the fellowship from August 2021 at AIMS Cameroon, with the Centre’s President, Prof. Mama Foupouagnigni as


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