Short course: Volunteer Computing for Africa

AIMS workshop on Volunteer Computing for Africa will introduce participants to state-of-the-art open source software technologies behind distributed computing and cyber-volunteerism on the Internet. It takes place 16–22 July 2007, Muizenberg (Cape Province), South Africa. Participants will gain hands-on experience with these technologies, so that they can harness the power of volunteer computers worldwide for their own

Modelling of infectious diseases

AIMS, SACEMA, and DIMACS, is holding an Advanced Study Institute on Mathematical Modeling of Infectious Diseases in Africa for students interested in this field. The institute will be followed by a research workshop that will serve as a capstone.

Web caching using Squid

Theory, practise and implementation of institutional level Web caches. 30 June–6 July 2006 (provisional), Cape Town, South Africa. INASP, TENET, AIMS, and partners invite selected participants to a combined Web caching and open source technical bandwidth management tools training workshop. Further details available here. Lecturers include Guy Halse from Rhodes University and Richard Stubbs from University of

NASSP/AIMS 2005 student workshop on SALT Science

In association with AIMS the National Astrophysics and Space Science Programme (NASSP) will run a student workshop at AIMS in Muizenberg from 7 to 11 November 2005 with participants attending the Southern African Large Telescope (SALT) dedication at Sutherland on November 10.

Winter School in GNU/LINUX as a tool for science

AIMS is hosting a fully sponsored course in the use of Open Source applications and tools for scientific modelling from 11 July to 5 August. South African lecturers and researchers (MSc and higher) in the mathematical sciences were invited to apply. Applications are now closed. The course includes running a Linux Desktop, modelling with Octave, Gnuplot and

Workshop on Capacity Building in the Mathematical Sciences

Print this flyer with all the information and contact details. This workshop took place during the first year of academic activity at AIMS. It gave an opportunity to consider the problems associated with capacity building in mathematics and its applications in the physical and biological sciences and technology, and the manner in which AIMS is approaching these

Special School on Epidemiological Modelling

The special course on epidemiological modelling during the week 1st to 6th December 2003 was a great success, with 23 additional students present. This conference was hosted by AIMS in collaboration with the South African Centre for Epidemiological Modelling and Analysis (SACEMA).