The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) is a centre for education and research in Cape Town, South Africa. It was established in 2003 as a partnership project of the following 6 universities: Cambridge, Cape Town, Oxford, Paris Sud XI, Stellenbosch, and Western Cape.
The goals of AIMS are
* To promote mathematics and science in Africa
* To recruit and train talented students and teachers
* To build capacity for African initiatives in education, research, and technology
AIMS-South Africa provides talented students in the mathematical sciences with access to top quality postgraduate training by providing them with full bursaries which are raised from the private sector.
Donors include private individuals, foundations and trusts who are committed to improving science on the African continent.
6 February 2010 - Project by AIMS African Institute for Mathematical Sciences
Each month AIMS-South Africa arranges and hosts a public lecture on topics of general scientific interests. These are often presented by the visiting international lecturers and are attended by the public at...
5 February 2010 - Project by AIMS African Institute for Mathematical Sciences
AIMS-South Africa selects the best students from a large pool of applications each year. The goal is to develop well-rounded African scientists, with excellent problem-solving skills, capable of creative...