On 11 and 25 May, two Après-Lunch events were held. The events provide a conducive environment for students, researchers, and mathematics devotees to interact with mathematical scientists/role models working in academia/industry and other sectors. The events thus enable graduate students to meet potential mentors in their careers and foster collaboration amongst the researchers. The 11
AIMS House of Science, in partnership with African Gong, has conducted a 3-day Africa Scientifique (AS) Workshop for the 3rd cohort of AIMS South Africa master’s students. The Workshop was built on the 2020 and 2021 AS Workshop successes. It took place from 11 to 13 April 2022 at AIMS in Muizenberg. It was part
The Africa Data Science Intensive (DSI) Program uses real-world problems to give participants hands-on knowledge of the latest algorithms and techniques in data science and artificial intelligence, deep insights on industry trends, network building and practical team skills used in business to facilitate transitioning to a data science role in industry, academia or through entrepreneurship.
On 25 February 2022, AIMS House of Science, in partnership with African Gong, introduced the 2022 Africa Scientifique Programme (AS) programme to the third cohort of AIMS Master’s students. The first two AS programmes were delivered at AIMS in 2020 and 2021. AS is a unique capacity-building programme designed to support and provide young and
To celebrate the 2022 International Day of Mathematics (14 March), the House of Science organised two activities – The Treasure Hunt “Quest of the Lost Fields Medal: Chapter II” game and a special Après-Lunch webinar with the Mathematical Scientists. The game was aimed at the general public and Après-Lunch at university students. The Treasure Hunt
The first Après-Lunch with the Mathematical Scientist for the academic year 2022 took place on the 22 February 2022 at the AIMS main Lecture Hall in a hybrid format. The topic for the event was ‘Mathematical skills for solving key developmental challenges in Africa’. The event featured Mr Lusani Mulaudzi, a Healthcare Actuary, Independent Non-Executive
The House of Science programme provides a conducive environment for graduate students, researchers and mathematics devotees to interact with esteemed mathematical scientists/role models working in academia/industry and other sectors. The Après-Lunch webinars thus enable graduate students to meet potential mentors in their academic careers and foster collaboration among researchers and professionals. The last Après-Lunch webinar