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About NIMS Ghana


The National Institute for Mathematical Sciences is a center for the development and training of young mathematicians in postgraduate study. Since its inception in Ghana, it has taken strategic steps in actualizing its core visions. It seeks to form stronger collaborations with the major universities in Ghana. Interested Students will be required to register with the various awarding Universities in Ghana. NIMS-GHANA aims at establishing state-of-the-art and cutting-edge programmes to prepare students for the future, having been exposed to modernized technologies and concepts in their areas of specialization.

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Events and Deadlines


01
Dec
  • 9:00am
  • Amonoo-Neizer Conference Cen.
Business Meeting With the Industries, SCIM Conference (Day 5)
30
Nov
  • 9:00am
  • Amonoo-Neizer Conference Cen.
Industrial Clinic, SCIM Conference 2017 (Day 4)
28
Nov
  • 9:00am
  • Amonoo-Neizer Conference Cen.
Talk / Paper Presentation, SCIM Conference 2017 (Day 2)
27
Nov
  • 9:00am
  • Amonoo-Neizer Conference Cen.
Scientific Computing and Industrial Modeling Conference 2017
24
Nov
  • 12:00am
Deadline for submission of revised presentation slides.
20
Nov
  • 12:00am
Deadline for submission of presentation slides
13
Nov
  • 12:00am
Deadline for submission of abstract (SCIM Conference 2017)
30
Apr
  • 8:50am
  • Lecture Room
Lecture on High Performance Computing
29
Apr
  • 8:47am
  • IDL Conference Hall
Public lecture on the applications of mathematics in Marine Industry.
28
Apr
  • 8:52am
  • Lecture Room
Exams on High Performance Computing

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