After the inception of the first Center of Excellence in South Africa in 2003, AIMS Senegal became the second Center to be replicated from the South Africa model under the framework of the Next Einstein Initiative, through which AIMS is feeding the STEM pipeline by training African students for a Master’s in Mathematical Sciences, including a co-operative option with a direct link to industry. In addition to a host of programs, AIMS Senegal is equally home to a Research Center which supervises and funds doctorate and post-doctorate research of Africans under the tutelage of a prestigious Endowed Chair of Research in Mathematics and its Applications. Through its facilities, academic partnerships, scientific output, reputation and pan-African make-up, AIMS Senegal has the potential to bring Senegal to the forefront of African science.

About AIMS Senegal

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Why AIMS Senegal

Mathematics underpins most of modern life – information and communication technology, genetics and planning. Without mathematical training Africans will be unable to access the full power of new technologies to solve their countries’ problems.

Through its graduate programme and public outreach activities, AIMS-Senegal and the AIMS global network will act as a beacon, influencing choices at school and university level and drawing bright young Africans into mathematical and scientific careers.