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AIMS 2020 African Masters Machine Intelligence - Closing Date: Wednesday, 15th April, 2020
The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) launches applications for the third intake of its unique African Master’s in Machine Intelligence (AMMI), a fully funded one-year intensive master’s program that provides brilliant young Africans with state-of-the-art training in Machine Learning (ML) and its applications at campuses in Rwanda and Ghana.
The African Masters of Machine Intelligence program prepares well rounded machine learning researchers by focusing on basic research in artificial intelligence as well as the development of a vast array of applications that respond to both present and future needs of Africa and the world.

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In an effort to enhance the achievement of Kenyatta University’s research, innovation and outreach mandate, the University recently launched the Vice-Chancellor’s Research and Innovation Grant. The objectives of the grant are to among others strengthen the research and innovation culture in the University as well as contribute to national development and attainment of Kenya Vision 2030 and the Big Four Agenda.

This is therefore to call for proposals for the 2019/2020 Vice-Chancellor’s Research and Innovation Grant from both full time teaching and technical staff of Kenyatta University. Kindly note that proposals on innovation must necessarily lead to the development of prototypes/products and/or processes.

 

Areas of Focus for the 2019/2020 call are:

  1. Food and Nutrition Security
  2. Health and well-being
  3. Safety, Security and Peace
  4. Affordable Housing
  5. Manufacturing, Material Science, Value addition
  6. Entrepreneurship and poverty eradication
  7. Quality Education and training

Eligibility

Applicants are advised to read the eligibility criteria for Vice-Chancellor’s Research and Innovation Grant available in the University website : Click here to View Eligibilty Criteria

Grant Ceiling

The maximum amount of grant funding for interdisciplinary/interschool research projects shall be Ksh. 2,000,000 per proposal. The grant shall be awarded for a maximum of 3 years subject to availability of resources and submission of satisfactory technical and financial reports. Proposals submitted by individual researchers shall receive a maximum of upto Ksh. 1,000,000 per proposal and the grant shall be awarded for a maximum of 1 year subject to availability of funds and submission of satisfactory technical and financial reports.

Proposal Submission and Deadline:

Proposals should be submitted in the official application form available online at http://research.ku.ac.ke/index.php/en/ by Friday, 28th February 2020 at 5.00 p.m. Late submissions will not be accepted.

Applicants should submit their proposals electronically to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.;

Click here for further information. Call document.

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