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AFRICA DSI 2020 Report

February 3, 2021

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

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World’s Most Famous Living Scientist Joins Quest for African Einstein

The world’s most famous living scientist, Stephen Hawking will deliver his first-ever public lecture in Africa, as a guest of the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) in Muizenberg, Cape Town. Titled Universe, it...

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Times Online 2008

Stephen Hawking’s visit to AIMS featured in the Times Online on 11 May 2008.

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Neil Turok wins TED award

AIMS proudly announces that its founder and Chair of the AIMS Council, Neil Turok, has won the prestigious TED award. This highlights the significance of Cosmology in Cambridge and Neil’s vision...

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Neil Turok appointed Executive Director of Perimeter Institute

The founder of AIMS and chair of the AIMS Council, Neil Turok, has been appointed Executive Director of the Perimeter Institute. It is also reported in Physicsworld and SymmetryBreaking.

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South Africans honoured at Innovative People Awards

South Africans Archbishop Desmond Tutu and physicist Neil Turok were among the 10 global luminaries who received ‘Most Innovative People Awards’ at this year’s World Summit on Innovation and Entrepreneurship...

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Chronicle Higher Education 2008

AIMS featured in an article by Megan Lindlow called Africa Steps Up Efforts to Train Top Scientists in the Chronicle of Higher Education on 7 March 2008.

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Nature Materials 2007

AIMS featured in Nature Materials on 21 October 2007 in an article called Advancing science in Africa, by Jeroen van der Brink and Izak Snyman, who recently taught a course at...

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AIMS receives DoE funding

The South African Minister of Education, Naledi Pandor, recently visited AIMS, and announced that AIMS is to receive substantial DoE funding.

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PGD Graduation 2005-6

The students were awarded their diplomas by their respective universities on 23 June 2006. The ceremony was held at AIMS in Muizenberg and was conducted by Martin Hall for the...

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