Ayda Kagambo, a Risk Assurance Consultant at PwC Kenya, graduated from AIMS Tanzania in 2015. She takes us through her post-AIMS journey. Q: How did you first hear about AIMS? Ayda: Prior to joining AIMS, I took my BSc in Actuarial Sciences at the University of Dar es Salaam. The person who introduced me to
KIGALI, Rwanda, December 4, 2020, Scientists, researchers, delegates and key decision makers from Africa and around the globe will convene for the the first-ever virtual edition of the Next Einstein Forum Global Gathering (NEF-GG), Africa’s largest scientific gathering from 8-10 December 2020. this year’s event will take place through the Airmeet video conferencing platform. With a focus on identifying ways to
Kigali, November 23 2020 – Today, the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS), together with Portia Ltd, will host a virtual ceremony to kick off the 18th Gender Summit (GS18). Organized on the side lines of the Next Einstein Forum (NEF) and under the framework of the Gender Summit Africa series, GS18 will run from
An exciting Closing Ceremony of the #NEF Global Gathering 2018, with remarks from Mr. Thierry Zomahoun, NEF Founder and Hon. Eugene Mutimura, Minister of Education, Republic of Rwanda. The evening ended with a light cocktail. Looking forward to the #NEF2020 in Nairobi.
This session addressed critical points for the continent to build a pipeline of researchers and innovators. Panelists talked on how to build scientific culture early, looking at global best practices and as well providing recommendations on how to strengthen early and tertiary education. On panel we have Nathalie Munyampenda, Managing Director, Next Einstein Forum moderator
As Africa’s growth soars, it is important that governments and the private sector urgently invest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education and research. To announce a $25 million partnership that will empower young Africans to shape the future with homegrown scientific discoveries and innovations, AIMS and The MasterCard Foundation present a panel on
Kigali, November 04 2020 – The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) has announced the appointment of Ms Lydie Hakizimana as its Chief Executive Officer. The AIMS International Governing Board (IGB) made the announcement early today following a unanimous decision. “As Interim CEO, Lydie has led AIMS impeccably through difficult times,” said Prof Neil Turok,