Prof. Martin Eichner

Martin Eichner is Professor at the Clinical Faculty of Tübingen University, Germany. After having done field and laboratory work on Onchocerciasis in Cameroon, he graduated as a Biologist at Tubingen University, where he later earned a PhD in Mathematics. He also holds degrees in epidemiology and medical biometry. Area of expertise: Mathematical modeling of dynamic

Dr. Robin Mitra

Dr. Robin Mitra is Lecturer in Statistics at Lancaster University, UK. Dr. Robin Mitra completed his Ph.D. at Duke in 2008. From 2008 to 2017, he lectured Statistics at the University of Southampton. Since September 2017, Robin has been a lecturer in Statistics at Lancaster University. His main research areas of interest are missing data

Dr. Bubacar Bah

Dr Bubacar Bah is the German Research Chair of Mathematics with specialization in Data Science at AIMS South Africa. He received a BSc degree in Mathematics and Physics from the University of The Gambia; an MSc degree in Mathematical Modeling and Scientific Computing from the University of Oxford; and a PhD in Applied and Computational

Prof. Georg Bader

Prof Georg is a retired professor for Scientific Computing and Numerical Analysis at Brandenburg University of Cottbus-Senftenberg, Germany. He completed his PhD in applied mathematics at the University of Heidelberg. He is a frequent lecturer at the Ghana and Cameroon centers of the African Institute of Mathematical Science. Area of expertise Numerical analysis, discretization of

Dr. James Musyoka

Dr. James Musyoka is a trained statistician with a passion for enhancing the use of evidence to inform policy formulation and decision-making processes in sectors that are so pertinent to the sustainable development of sub-Saharan Africa. His interests are in Mathematics and Statistics Education where he is involved in several initiatives to improve the teaching