The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Ghana, launched the School and Workshop on Stochastic Optimal Control and Applications at AIMS Ghana Campus, Biriwa, Central Region on 14 August 2017. Thirty-two participants from thirteen Countries in Africa and Europe have been given the opportunity to participate in the 4 days full funded workshop.
The objective of the workshop is to assist participants to focus on advanced and new scientific directions in the area of Stochastic Optimal Control. SOCA is a platform for initiating collaborative research among researchers at universities in Ghana, Africa and beyond.
The workshop brings together renowned international and national scientific researchers, young researchers and graduate students working on Stochastic Optimal Control and their Applications.
The SOCA workshop is sponsored by the German Ministry of Education and Research; Alexander von Humboldt Foundation and AIMS Ghana.
About Alexander von Humboldt Foundation
The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation promotes academic cooperation between excellent scientists and scholars from abroad and from Germany.
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About AIMS Ghana Research Centre
The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) is a non-profit pan-African network of centres of excellence for post graduate training, research and public engagement in mathematical sciences. Its mission is to enable Africa’s brightest students to flourish as independent thinkers, problem solvers and innovators capable of propelling Africa’s future scientific, educational and economic self-sufficiency. AIMS was founded in 2003 and has produced more than 1200 graduates, about one third of whom are women.
The AIMS Ghana Research Centre was launched in 2014. The objective of the Research Centre is to create strong focus on cutting-edge topics which are most relevant to African development, especially in fields where scientists in Africa have a competitive advantage and can do world-leading research.