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First Ph.D. supported by the BGF Program graduates

Abebe R. Tufa received one of the three IMU Breakout Graduate Fellowships awarded in 2016 to complete a research that was already in progress. He has obtained his Ph. D. in June 2018 with a thesis on Approximating Solutions of Fixed Point, Variational Inequality and Hammerstein Type Equation Problems, developed in the Department of Mathematics of the University of Botswana, Gaborone, supervised by Prof. Habtu Zegeye Hailu (Botswana International University of Science and Technology) and co-supervised by Dr. Mosalagae Thuto (University of Botswana).

First Ph.D. supported by the BGF Program graduates

Abebe R. Tufa received one of the three IMU Breakout Graduate Fellowships awarded in 2016 to complete a research that was already in progress. He has obtained his Ph. D. in June 2018 with a thesis on Approximating Solutions of Fixed Point, Variational Inequality and Hammerstein Type Equation Problems, developed in the Department of Mathematics of the University of Botswana, Gaborone, supervised by Prof. Habtu Zegeye Hailu (Botswana International University of Science and Technology) and co-supervised by Dr. Mosalagae Thuto (University of Botswana).

The new members of the Commission for Developing Countries (CDC) for the period 2019 – 2022 were elected during the IMU GA 2018.

The new CDC 2019 – 2022 has the following members:


CDC President: Dipendra Prasad (India)
CDC Secretary for Policy: Olga Gil-Medrano (Spain)
CDC Secretary for Grants: Alf Onshuus (Columbia)
CDC African member: Mama Foupouagnigni (Cameroon)
CDC Asian member: Jose Maria P. Balmaceda (Philippines)
CDC Latin American member: Andrea Solotar (Argentina)

2 more CDC member appointed by the IMU Executive Committee

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