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Introduction to the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences

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AIMS is a graduate institute in Cape Town. AIMS was founded by Neil Turok (Professor, DAMTP ) in 2003, and September 2005 saw its third class (41 students from all over Africa) arrive. Inference and AP group members have played roles in AIMS , including Seb, Sanjoy, David, and Kimber.

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