November 10th was set aside by UNESCO as World Science Day for Peace and Development to commemorate the importance of science in building peaceful and sustainable societies. The day aimed to strengthen public awareness, promote solidarity, renew commitments, and draw attention to challenges faced by science and raise support. The theme of this year’s celebration
Our 9th cohort students are this week completing the Skills Phase of the First Block in the academic calendar with a course titled “Concepts in Physics and Physical Problem Solving” taught by Dr. Etienne Wamba. He has lectured the students on The Classical Motion with Newton’s Second Law & Euler-Lagrange equation; The Electric Field with
Despite having great ideas, students experience challenges formalizing their ideas and creating access to funds. These ideas consequently end up being wasted and the opportunity to chart a career in entrepreneurship goes to waste with the idea. AIMS is cognizant of the role STEM skilled entrepreneurs have to play in the development of Africa, and
Both students were elected during a voting exercise on November 1, 2021. Ariane Nidelle Meli Chrisko is from Cameroon. She is a student in the Fundamental Science Stream of the Structured Master’s Degree Programme. Caleb Simuyu Khaemba hails from Kenya and is also a student in the Fundamental Science Stream of the Structured Master’s Degree Programme.
She mounted the podium of the main lecture hall on October 19th, 2021 to give a talk to 9th Cohort students on her research work titled “Bilevel Optimization Problems and Newton-type Methods” To the attentive audience, Dr. Kue gave several theoretical foundations of bilevel programming problems and introduced them to different reformulations as one-level optimization
This major milestone in research on the Stackelberg–Nash strategy for Partial Differential Equations (PDEs) has been attained by AIMS Cameroon Ph.D. Research Fellow LIONEL LANDRY DJOMEGNE NJOUKOUE in his new research paper titled “Hierarchic Control for a Nonlinear Parabolic Equation in an Unbounded Domain”. The paper was recently published on September 29th, 2021 in the
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.
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
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,
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