Cape Town, South Africa – The African Institute of Mathematical Sciences is proud to launch a new AI for Science Master’s program at the exciting meeting point of artificial intelligence and scientific discovery. It is a new stream in our Masters in Mathematical Science degree, and will be hosted at AIMS South Africa. The program
On 22 November, AIMS South Africa celebrated the success of 13 students (including 9 South Africans) from the January 2022 intake at a Recognition of Achievement Ceremony held at the Centre. This ceremony brings the total number of AIMS graduates since 2003 to 967 from 41 African countries, of which 35% are women. “What you
“After two years of online graduation and recognition ceremonies it is a pleasure to all be together in person today to celebrate the successful completion of the Master’s Degree by our 2021-22 group of AIMS students,” noted Prof. Barry Green, Director of AIMS South Africa at the Graduation and Recognition of Achievement Ceremony held on
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.
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This year due to lockdown we once again celebrated the success of our 2020-2021 Structured Master’s Students, by producing a short Recognition of Achievement Video highlighting the achievements of this group of students. We are very pleased that 31 students, among them 14 women, completed the Master’s in Mathematical Sciences programme successfully. Local and international
AIMSSEC, in its ongoing journey which seeks to build capacity of mathematics teachers through a series of in-service training courses, focusing on mathematics teachers from Intermediate Phase (IP), Senior Phase (SP) to Education and Training Phase (FET) in South Africa, with the CAPS document as the underpinning curriculum, has done it again. This time the
The Africa Data Science Intensive (DSI) Programme 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. The programme