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

GENDER EQUALITY: AIMS Cameroon Increases Enrolment of Female Students To 45% This Academic Year

45% of the 60 students admitted to AIMS Cameroon this 2021-2022 academic year are women. The 27 female students are from Cameroon, Nigeria, Kenya and Sudan. Last academic year, women made up 43% of the students enrolled. “In the yesteryears, the intake of female students hovered around 30%. But late Prof. Marco Garuti’s arrival as

Happy International Day of Peace: AIMS Cameroon Stays COVID-19 Resilient In Its Mission To Train Africa’s Brightest Students

Today September 21st, 2021 is the International Day of Peace. The UN General Assembly has declared this as a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace. The day is celebrated all over the world under the theme: “Recovering Better For An Equitable and Sustainable World.”  As the world heals from the COVID-19 pandemic in 2021, the

Research Centre’s Colloquium Series For Fall 2021 Starts Tomorrow September 21st

“We will continue with the AIMS-Cameroon Research Center Colloquium series during Fall 2021 (September 21 – November 30, 2021) at our usual time (Tuesdays at 5:00 pm WAT). We have an excellent group of speakers this semester with already scheduled talks,” said the Acting Research Chair, Dr. Jean-Daniel Djida, in a release yesterday August 24th,


AIMS Cameroon began the series of skills courses for this year’s cohort with the traditional course on Mathematical Problem Solving, taught by the much-admired Prof. Ferdinand Ngakeu of the University of Douala on September 18th, 2021. The course which seeks to endow the students with the skills and tools for solving problems by leveraging the

60 New Students Edified On The Unique and Innovative Pedagogic Model

Africa’s most incredible resource is its people. By 2050, Africa will be home to about 40% of the world’s youth (below 18). Thus, there can be no more effective investment in Africa’s future than in education, empowering talented young people to contribute to their country’s development and be better equipped to fight the multidimensional cause