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

2021 Alumna VICTORIA OKESIPE Reveals Negative Impact of Climate Change On Insurance Business & Makes Recommendations

Climate Change describes the variation in the long-term average weather conditions which in turn occasionally produces climate extreme values leading to a higher frequency and the severity of major weather events. For 2021 alumna Nigerian-born Victoria Okesipe Oluwakemi, such events may lead to a higher number of costly claims from property and casualty insurers, which

NESSMA ADIL YOUSIF Wins DAAD Prize for Best Presentation at 2021 AIMS-Germany Minisymposium on Applied Mathematics

The presentation by the Sudanese-born AIMS Cameroon 2020 Cooperative Master’s alumna won among 24 talks delivered at this year’s edition of the scientific event dubbed “AIMS-Germany Minisymposium on Applied Mathematics 2021” hosted by the University of Passau. A release by co-organizer Prof. Dr. Vladimir Shikhman of Chemnitz University of Technology says the three winners of the German Academic Exchange

Happy World Teachers’ Day

Happy World Teachers’ Day Under the theme, “Teachers at the Heart of Education Recovery”, AIMS Cameroon joins the rest of the AIMS Global Network family and the world to celebrate teachers and their contribution to creating an educated and better world, and their tireless efforts even during hard times. In partnership with the Government of Cameroon and Mastercard

2016 Alumna & University of Toronto Graduate Student MARGARET IKAPE Wins DKG Fellowship Award

The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International has granted University of Toronto Graduate Student and AIMS Cameroon 2016 alumna, Margaret Ikape, a World Fellowship Award for the 2021-2022 academic year. Ikape – a graduate student at the David A. Dunlap Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics and the Dunlap Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics – received the

Students Complete Course in Introductory Programming With Python

Our 9th Cohort Master’s degree students yesterday, September 29th, completed the Introductory Programming with Python course. Since September 20th, the Centre President, Prof. Dr. Mama Foupouagnigni, and the IT Manager, Ms. Nathalie Wandji, guided the students through various introductory notions of programming using the software. Python is a general-purpose programming language that can be used

Research Centre Publishes Paper On “Fractional Calculus with Analytic Kernels with Respect to Functions”

The paper by Christian Maxime Steve Oumarou of AIMS Cameroon, Research Chair and Postdoctoral Fellow Dr. Jean-Daniel Djida, Hafiz Muhammad Fahad and Arran Fernandez of Eastern Mediterranean University in Famagusta, Northern Cyprus, was published on August 16th, 2021. According to these researchers, several types of Fractional Calculus have been proposed and they can be organised into some general