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
The Pioneer group of the AIMS AMMI take turns to express their expectation and future aspirations as the go through the program. Music in the video Song: Inspirational Successful Business ( Music) Artist: e-soundtrax Licensed to YouTube by: HAAWK for a 3rd Party (on behalf of e-soundtrax); HAAWK Publishing
The aspirations of these young ones cannot be felt unattended to. It is with this reason that AIMS Rwanda organise the AIMS MATH CAMP to introduce mathematics to them and demonstrate the significance of it in their future endeavors. You need to hear it from these young ones.
Meet Prof. Blaise Tchapnda, the Academic Director for AIMS Rwanda talking about the role of AIMS in increasing the number of young mathematicians and how the use of maths can be used to solve real life challenges.
The AIMS Teacher Training Program, (TTP) organized a run for science in Kigali, Rwanda that launched the “Adopt a village for science” campaign aimed at raising funds to support the AIMS community based interventions.
Coming to AIMS has opened my eyes to so many opportunities available in sciences. I’m doing my project on quality control of station record. I have been able to understand that there’s more to helping our environment even as mathematicians.” Kayode Florence, AIMS Rwanda alumna
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,