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2020 Awarded IMU-Simons Africa Fellowship Recipients

Alexis Nangue

Alexis Nangue is a senior lecturer at the Higher Teacher's Training College of the University of Maroua, Cameroon. He will be hosted by Prof. Alan Rendall at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany. During the research period Alexis Nangue will do research on Differential Equations and Virus Dynamics Domains.

Due to Covid 19 the research visit has been postponed.

Layla Sorkatti

Layla Sorkatti is an assistant professor at the El-Neelain University, Khartoum, Sudan. She will be hosted by Prof. Ban Dubravka at the Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, USA. During the research period Layla Sorkatti will do research on Iwasawa rings and modules as well as on advanced algebra, especially symplectic algebras.

Due to Covid 19 the research visit has been postponed.

Deborah Olayide Ajayi

Deborah Olayide Ajayi is an Associate Professor at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. She will be hosted by Prof. Ulrike Tillmann at the University of Oxford, UK. Her research period will be from 16.05.2021-30.06.2021.During the research period Deborah Olayide Ajayi will do research on the theory of persistence approach to homology, cohomology, Stiefel-Whitney classes; their computations and applications in topological data analysis.

Adewale Lukman

Adewale Lukman is a Lecturer at the Landmark University, Nigeria. He will be hosted by Prof. Golam Kibria at the Florida International University, USA. During the research period he will do research on developing a new estimator that can handle the problem of multicollinearity in the autoregressive distributed lag model.

Due to Covid 19 the research visit has been postponed.

Egberanmwen Iyare

Egberanmwen Iyare is a lecturer at the Samuel Adegboyega University, Nigeria. He will be hosted by Prof. Jianhong Wu at the York University, Canada. His research period will be from 01.07.2021-31.12.2021. During the research period he will do research on tuberculosis and lymphatic filariasis co-infection model with mobile host and its optimal control analysis.