We are looking forward to a number of events in addition to our own regular colloquia and mini-schools this October. Plus, we are giving away 10 complimentary tickets to AI Expo Africa.
We welcome the announcement that the consortium application bid to host NITheCS was awarded to Stellenbosch University, whose multi-thematic application was spearheaded by Prof Sibusiso Moyo.
August is Women’s Month, and we are delighted to present various events and communications to honour and celebrate the invaluable contributions of women in scientific pursuits and related fields.
The collaboration between the African Research Universities Alliance and the Guild of European Research-Intensive Universities holds great promise for NITheCS, says Francesco Petruccione.
Dr Mesias Alfeus (SU) presented a talk at the 6th Symposium on Quantitative Finance and Risk Analysis in Rethymno, Crete, Greece. He is also the new Node Leader of IC4RS at Stellenbosch University.
The IYBSSD ends in June and NITheCS has two final events: a panel discussion on the basic sciences and a call for essays from the NITheCS community on the importance of the basic sciences.