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Cliquez ici pour télécharger Organisé du 16 au 19 décembre par la Chaire de recherche en mathématiques et ses applications, le symposium a attiré plus de 100 participants des universités sénégalaises et d’ailleurs. En plus des séances plénières sur des thèmes en mathématiques pures et appliquées, le symposium comprenait également des tables rondes portant sur la création de groupes
Last June 15, 17 students from eight African countries graduated from AIMS Senegal. The graduates (35 per cent women) from Cameroun, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Kenya, Madagascar, Niger, Senegal and Sudan obtained Master’s degrees in Mathematical Sciences after completing 10 months of course work and research at the centre located in Mbour. Eunice Monyenye
AIMS is proud to collaborate with the Institute for Data Valorization (IVADO) in the framework of training in mathematical sciences, to enable young Africans to develop as data scientists. Through this partnership, IVADO offers scholarships to AIMS Masters students, allowing them to carry out supervised research stays in the following Quebec university centers: the University of
From July 1 to 5, AIMS Senegal organized a training called “Big Data Analytics with Python”. This training is part of the “Big Data for Development (BD4D)” research network, a partnership between actors from Southern countries, funded by a grant from the International Development Research Center (CRDI), Canada. The general objective of this network is to develop
Organized from July 1 to 5, the summer school “Statistics and data science for young researchers from French-speaking Africa” is a project initiated by members of the Young Statisticians group of the French Society of Statistics (SFdS) in association with the Research Chair in Mathematics and its Applications of AIMS Senegal. These areas of research
This year, AIMS Senegal continued its efforts to develop new partnerships through our pillar of gender equality, inclusion and diversity, with the aim of promoting women in science. With the objective of encouraging young girls to take an interest in science, through public engagement activities, as well as the projection of scientific models, 10 partnerships have
AIMS Senegal organized the first edition of “Business Day”, an initiative aimed at soliciting private sector engagement. Organized on February 20 at the Terrou-Bi Hotel, Dakar, the meeting took place around the theme “Cooperative education for a better workforce”, and focused on the role of the private sector in the development of local economies. The event was