Aurelie Jodelle Kemme

Aurelie Jodelle Kemme is currently serving as a Data Scientist at Viebeg Medical, a company dedicated to making medical equipment accessible and affordable across East Africa, based in Rwanda. As of March 1st, 2024, she will also be participating in the AIMS Doctoral Training Program in Data Science as a Ph.D. student, hosted at the

Moshood Olawale YEKINI

Moshood doubles as an intermediate Software and Machine Learning Engineer with years of experience in building enterprise solutions and engagement in AI research. He is currently a Backend Engineer at DeepIntel and also an independent Machine Learning researcher at Bio-Ramp Research Lab. With his dedication and gearing up expertise, Moshood aims to be an Applied

Herilanto Adrien Andriamparany Rakotondramanana

While at AIMS, Adrien dedicated his research efforts to unraveling the intricacies of plane cubic curves, particularly delving into the Weierstrass normal form. This involved a comprehensive examination of the properties and characteristics inherent in these curves, aiming to elucidate their behavior and significance within the realm of algebraic geometry. By studying the Weierstrass normal

Dr. Merlin Mouafo Wouodjié

Merlin was born in the northern region of Cameroon (Yagoua). He obtained a Master I in applied Mathematics at the University of Douala (Cameroon), then a Master II in pure Mathematics (analysis) at the University of Yaoundé (Cameroon). In 2013, he was selected for another Master’s programme in Mathematics and Sciences at the African Institute

Brinda Detouo

Brinda Detouo graduated from AIMS-Cameroon in the year 2023 in the field of Climate Science. After graduating, she participated in the IIP program, which focused on industry learning. During the latter program, she completed an internship at S2 Services in Cameroon.Currently, Brinda is working with an organization called African Tech Women to assist them with

Elochukwu Maryethel OGBUAGU

Elochukwu Maryethel Ogbuagu is a lecturer at the Federal College of Education (Technical ) Umunze, Nigeria. I hold a BSc, MSc and PhD in Applied Mathematics. She is a Jim Leech fellow and currently a MasterCard ambassador. Her research interest is on the Mathematical Modelling of infectious disease.

Daphne Tatenda MACHANGARA

Originally from Zimbabwe, Daphne graduated from the National University of Science and Technology (NUST) in 2014, with a Bachelor of Science honours degree in Operations research and statistics.She joined AIMS Cameroon in 2017 as Cooperative Mater’s student. While at AIMS, she did a 6 months internship at Regional Hospital Limbe (RHL) Cameroon, where she did

Sulyman Iyanda

Sulyman Iyanda is currently studying and working as a Graduate Teaching Assistant at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM), applying his analytical and computational skills to enhance the teaching and learning of mathematics and statistics. He earned his first master’s degree in mathematical sciences from the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) in

Dorcas Mulenga

Dorcas Mulenga is a dedicated mathematician with a profound interest in harnessing the power of mathematics to address real-life challenges, particularly in the context of malaria. With a specialization in within-host mathematical modeling, Dorcas focused her AIMS master’s essay on a groundbreaking topic titled “A Within-Host Mathematical Model of Malaria Treatment with Artesunate and Epoxyazadiradione.”

Adigun Deborah Amos

Adigun Deborah Amos, young lady from the western part of Nigeria but bred in the middle belt (Plateau State), firmly believes AIMS was a springboard to navigating through her educational and life pursuit. Prior to joining AIMS, she obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Physics from the renowned University of Jos in northern Nigeria. Her Project