Call for Applications: German Research Chair in “Mathematics and its Applications”

The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation is calling for applications for the German Research Chair at the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) in Cameroon. The call addresses highly qualified academics from all over the world who conduct application-related research in the field of mathematics, have experience in training students and (ideally) doctoral candidates. The research chair,

International, Interdisciplinary, Educational and Capacity Building Workshop

This international, interdisciplinary, educational and capacity building workshop brought together the two subjects of infectious diseases and invasive species and the context of climate change, thus allowing sharing of methods and building partnerships. The workshop addressed a whole range of topics from field-work and collecting of data to the building and validating of models; the

2016-2017 AIMS Scholarship for Masters’ In Mathematical Sciences

The AIMS Master’s Program is not a typical university program. We look for the most talented and motivated students from across the African continent. Taught by top international and local lecturers, the program is supported throughout by tutors who work closely with the lecturers and students. The program material is purposefully broad, allowing students to

AIMS Cameroon Students Visit CDC Rubber Factory & Banana Pack House

THE VISIT ENABLED AIMS CAMEROON STUDENTS TO FIND OUT WHAT MATHEMATICS CAN DO TO OPTIMIZE THE PERFORMANCE OF THE COMPANY On the 29th of October 2015, the students of AIMS Cameroon visited the Cameroon Development Corporation (CDC). The CDC is an Agro-Industrial complex that mainly grows, processes, markets locally, and export semi-finished rubber, palm oil,

A Bright African Scientist Returns to Africa

Bringing back Africa’s own talent – A bright African scientist returns to Africa: AIMS ARETÉ Junior Chairs programme launched in collaboration with the AIMS – Next Einstein Initiative and the Robert Bosch Stiftung Cape Town, South Africa/Stuttgart, Germany (July 24th, 2014)– One of Africa’s brightest young minds, the mathematician and computer scientist Dr. Antoine Tambue,has