Caleb Nurideen Nambyn

Ghanaian-born Caleb Nurideen Nambyn is an AIMS Cameroon Alumnus of the 2019-2020 Cohort. He is currently an intern with the African Maths Initiative (AMI) in Kenya, working as a climate researcher. His work area includes improving the analysis of extremes and circular data with emphasis on processing African data. “This work is a continuation of

Temitope Comfort Iroko

Temitope Comfort Iroko is one of AIMS Cameroon’s products currently pursuing studies in prestigious institutions around the world. After graduating from AIMS Cameroon among the 2019-2020 cohort, Comfort became a scholar of the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange. As a beneficiary of the Ignacy Łukasiewicz Scholarship, she is currently taking a Master’s degree course

Glorie Metsa Wowo

Glorie Metsa Wowo is contributing to the improvement of Africa’s agricultural production. This AIMS Cameroon alumna from the 2018-2020 Cooperative Master’s Program is a Scientific Officer in Artificial Intelligence at the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT)/Manobi Africa which she joined in March 2021 in Dakar, Senegal. Specifically, Glorie is working on

Rehema Kwamboka Ouko

Kenyan-born Rehema Kwamboka Ouko is currently an MSc student at Hasselt University in Belgium pursuing Biostatistics. She has extensive and practical knowledge and two years of experience in dealing with big data, data cleaning and analysis with excellent and practical experience in many data processing software including R, SAS, SPSS, MATLAB, familiar with STATA and

Joel Rostand Nteupe

Cameroonian-born Joel Rostand Nteupe is passionate about Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence (AI). In February 2020, he completed the Co-operative Education program, earning an MSc in Industrial Mathematics at AIMS Cameroon, specialising in Big Data and Financial Mathematics. Now Artificial Intelligence developer at MANOBI Africa, Joel Rostand was recently contacted by a group of researchers from

Gaelle Patricia Talotsing

Gaelle Patricia Talotsing is a Network and Telecommunications Engineer with a strong interest in Artificial Intelligence (AI). She obtained her engineering degree in 2017 from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure Polytechnique de Douala (ENSPD, ex-FGI), Cameroon. Passionate about AI and technology development, she worked on several projects combining Machine Learning, Telecommunications and Advanced Networks (SDN, NFV).

Dr. Woldegebriel Assefa Woldegerima

Dr. Woldegebriel Assefa Woldegerima is an AIMS Cameroon Alumnus of the 2014 cohort. He is currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the DST/NRF SARChI Chair in Mathematical Models and Methods in Biosciences and Bioengineering at the University of Pretoria, South Africa. He joined this Postdoc research after completing a PhD in August 2018 at the

Jeannette Mukamahame Gahunga

Jeannette Mukamahame Gahunga is a former Mastercard Foundation scholar and AIMS-Cameroon alumnus of the 2016/2017 cohort. Prior to AIMS, she earned a computer science degree at the University of Rwanda in 2015. While at AIMS, she carried out a project on Climate Change in Africa and equally carried out a Statistical Analysis of Kenya, Rwanda,

Margaret Ikape

Margaret Ikape, AIMS-Cameroon alumna of the 2015/2016 cohort, holds a BSc in physics and Astronomy from the University of Nsukka, Nigeria. After AIMS, the Nigerian-born Physicist went on to obtain another Master in Astronomy and Astrophysics from the University of Toronto, Canada, and is currently a PhD student under the same field at the Said

Rostant Noyiessie Ndebeka

After completing a Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s respectively in Mathematics and Application at the University of Douala-Cameroon where he was the top of his class with a percentage of 66.4% and 61.5% respectively, Rostant Noyiessie Ndebeka was awarded the AIMS-Cameroon scholarship. Passionate about Mathematics and encouraged by hard work, courage, and tenacity, he managed