The Research Centre will be hosting a Meeting on Orthogonal Polynomials and their Zeros from 22 to 24 June 2009. Download the advert and programme.
The Centre for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science (DIMACS), in collaboration with the Mathematical Biosciences Institute (MBI), the South African Centre for Epidemiological Modelling and Analysis (SACEMA), and the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) is holding a 5-day mathematical biology modelling clinic that will emphasize data analysis. Read more on the DIMACS and SACEMA course pages.
19 to 21 February 2009 The AIMS Research Centre was launched in May 2008 with Mathematics in Finance as one of its three initial focus areas. Preceding the launch of the Research Centre a very successful summer school and research workshop in Mathematical Finance was held at AIMS from 18 to 23 February 2008. This
The African School on Electronic Structure Methods and Applications will be held 14–25 July 2008 at AIMS. The School will cover the fundamentals of modern electronic-structure theory based on density functional theory, with emphasis on the pseudopotential/plane-wave approach, together with some of the most relevant recent developments and applications. Visit the ICTP and WITS school websites.
A short course on Mathematical Biology for South African students was run at AIMS from 30 June to 11 July 2008. This course was run in partnership with SACEMA.
A CIMPA-UNESCO-SOUTH AFRICA school for postgraduate students, engineers, and mathematicians will be held at AIMS from 6 to 18 August 2007. More information at CIMPA’s website (for international participants) and maths.za.net (for South African participants).
A short course for South African students in their third or honours year in mathematics will be held at AIMS from the 9th to the 13th July 2007. The course will focus on mathematics in the biological sciences and it is being run in collaboration with SACEMA. All expenses will be covered for students. See here for more information.
AIMS workshop on Volunteer Computing for Africa will introduce participants to state-of-the-art open source software technologies behind distributed computing and cyber-volunteerism on the Internet. It takes place 16–22 July 2007, Muizenberg (Cape Province), South Africa. Participants will gain hands-on experience with these technologies, so that they can harness the power of volunteer computers worldwide for their own
AIMS, SACEMA, and DIMACS, is holding an Advanced Study Institute on Mathematical Modeling of Infectious Diseases in Africa for students interested in this field. The institute will be followed by a research workshop that will serve as a capstone.
Theory, practise and implementation of institutional level Web caches. 30 June–6 July 2006 (provisional), Cape Town, South Africa. INASP, TENET, AIMS, and partners invite selected participants to a combined Web caching and open source technical bandwidth management tools training workshop. Further details available here. Lecturers include Guy Halse from Rhodes University and Richard Stubbs from University of