Mathematics in Industry Study Group 2016

1 January to Friday, 15 January 2016 A Mathematics in Industry Study Group is a five-day workshop at which academic researchers and graduate students work collaboratively with representatives from industry on research problems submitted by local industry. Study Group’s have been organized for over forty years in many countries around the world. The first Study

InSciDa 2016: Workshop on statistics & data science

The InSciDa workshop, brings together postgraduate students and outstanding undergraduate students to work collaboratively on real-world problems in statistics, data science, and analytics. The problems are submitted by industry partners, and students work under the joint supervision of experts in the field and the industry partners themselves. The goal of the event is to develop

Mathematical and Computer Methods for Understanding Financial Markets

The workshop on Mathematical and Computer Methods for Understanding Financial Markets will be hosted at the AIMS South Africa  from 18 – 21 November 2015. Participants: Financial maths students: undergraduates (3rd year) or honours students in mathematics, computing or statistics registered at South African universities. Programme Logistical Information Day 1: Introduction to R and its use in the Analysis

CIMPA-SOUTH AFRICA RESEARCH SCHOOL: Algebraic Representation Theory and Applications

This research school will be hosted at AIMS South Africa and the aim of the school is to give a broad perspective of areas of modern representation theory and to highlight some recent advances. Date: July 19 – 31, 2015 Venue: AIMS,  Muizenberg, Cape Town For more information please visit

‘Computing the Quantified Self’

to be held at AIMS South Africa in Muizenberg, 6-10 July 2015. Improved medical support for the aged, the young, the sporty and the ill is being revolutionised by a combination of new wearable devices, high tech scanning machines, plus modelling, data processing and communications. Devices can now sense your exercise and body parameters (pulse

Clinic on the Meaningful Modelling of Epidemiological Data (MMED)

The South African Centre for Epidemiological Modelling (SACEMA) invites applications to the sixth annual Clinic on the Meaningful Modelling of Epidemiological Data (MMED) being held from 1-12 June 2015 at the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences in Muizenberg, Cape Town, South Africa. This two-week modelling clinic will emphasize the use of data in understanding infectious disease dynamics. The Clinic will bring

3rd International Workshop on Nonlinear and Modern Mathematical Physics

This workshop is being held in Muizenberg, Cape Town, South Africa from 9 to 11 April 2015, and co-organized by AIMS South Africa, the University of South Florida and North West University. The primary goals of the workshop are to promote and encourage cooperation, understanding and collaboration in the nonlinear mathematical physics community and to

African Workshop and Symposium on Genome-Wide Association Studies (ASGWS) for complex disease

1. Workshop information Date: April 19th – 22nd 2015 Venue: African Institute for Mathematical Sciences South Africa, Muizenburg, South Africa. 2. Symposium information The symposium will include a variety of keynotes, paper presentations, and posters describing dynamic research in complex diseases to identify the most promising avenues of future research to effectively associate phenotypes and phenotypes

Summer School in Mathematical Finance

The 8th Summer School in Mathematical Finance is being held at AIMS from 19 to 21 February 2015. This workshop presents a unique opportunity for local practitioners, academics and students to interact with international leaders in research on topics and modelling techniques current in the South African and international financial markets. Intended audience Practitioners, academics, PhD (and

AIMS-Stellenbosch University Number Theory Conference

This conference will be hosted at AIMS South Africa and the goal of this conference is to give a broad perspective of areas of modern number theory and to highlight some recent advances. This conference is one of the biennial Number Theory meetings which has been held at Stellenbosch University since 1997. (Recent conferences). It is planned