Les coopérations entre les peuples et les pays du Sud sont cruciales pour le développement socio-économique de l’ensemble de l’Afrique. Aujourd’hui plus que jamais, la pandémie de COVID-19 rend ces coopérations plus bénéfiques. L’AIMS s’appuie sur des partenariats avec des institutions du Sud pour préparer les jeunes Africains les plus brillants au marché du travail.
Every year since 1967, the world celebrates International Literacy Day on 8 September. AIMS remains committed to championing STEM literacy in Africa by equipping young Africans with the requisite scientific skills to tackle Africa’s grand challenges.
There is a strong interest in Senegal to promote and develop new research areas in mathematics (in particular in Algebra, Number Theory and Cryptography), attract new students and develop a scientific collaboration with other countries, mainly Canada, France, and USA. Holding a school in Cryptography and Number Theory in Senegal will be extremely helpful and
The African Women in Mathematics Association (AWMA) was established in July 2013 in Cape Town, South Africa (http://www.africanwomeninmath.org). Mainly, its purpose is to promote mathematics and the networking for women mathematicians in Africa. We strongly believe that a Women in Sage conference happening in AIMS Senegal and with the support of AWMA and the Senegalese
AIMS Senegal will roll out the third session of the Post-AIMS Business Certificate (PAB) from April 29 to June 10 2021. Implemented through the Skills for Employability (SFE) program and in partnership with Global Affairs Canada, the third PAB session will equip 42 STEM students/graduates from five higher learning institutions in Senegal with competencies in
Every year, groups worldwide converge on March 8, International Women’s Day (IWD), to celebrate women’s social, economic, cultural and political achievements. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity and recognising women’s accomplishments worldwide. At AIMS Senegal, we shed light on strong women role models, especially women in Science, Technology, Engineering
The Spring School is jointly organized by AIMS Senegal and the Goethe-University Frankfurt, and it is funded by the DAAD Germany within the project “Local and Nonlocal Effects in Geometric Variational Problems”. In addition to participants from AIMS Senegal, up to 20 junior scientists are invited participate. The scientific program and meals will take place