AIMS Alumnus Contributes to the fight against Boko Haram; introducing VuVuTi, a driverless vehicle for military surveillance

Prof. Adeyemi Abel Ajibesin, an AIMS South Africa alumnus has led his team at Ajisaq to produce a driverless vehicle to consolidate the efforts of the National Army in Nigeria against the rebel group Boko Haram. The VuVuTi as it is called is a small vehicle capable of carrying out surveillance operations, thanks to its

#AlumoftheWeek – Sehouevi Mawuton David Agoungbome, AIMS Senegal ‘17

Our #AlumoftheWeek emerged as runner-up in a poster presentation at this year’s American Meteorological Society annual meeting #AMS101. Sehouevi Mawuton David Agoungbome is an AIMS Senegal ‘17 alumnus and a current PhD student at the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. Q: Tell us about yourself David: I did a Master of Engineering in

#NEF2018 Parallel Session: Changing the way we learn: Building Scientific Cultures Early on

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

#AlumoftheWeek – Dr Woldegebriel Assefa Woldegerima, AIMS Cameroon’14

Assefa: I graduated with a four-year Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics Education from Bahir Dar University in Ethiopia. Then I got sponsored by the Ethiopian Ministry of Education (currently named Ethiopia Ministry of Science and Higher Education) to pursue my MSc in Mathematics at Addis Ababa University. I heard about AIMS for the first time from