Mr. Emmanuel IYAMUREMYE is an Assistant Lecturer of Mathematics at the University of Rwanda - College of Education. He holds two Master of Science degrees (one in Mathematical Sciences from the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (2017) and another in Statistics from the Pan African University (2019)) and a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics Education (2015) obtained from the Kigali Institute of Education (currently known as the University of Rwanda College of Education). After completing his first Master of Science, he was employed as a Mathematics teacher and an assistant head of department at Wellspring Academy. Later he was awarded a scholarship by the African Union Commission to pursue a Master of Science in Statistics at the Pan African University in Kenya. Currently, he is a PhD scholar in Mathematics Education at the African Centre of Excellence for Innovative Teaching and Learning of Mathematics and Sciences (ACEITLMS). Emmanuel has published some research papers in the field of Extreme Value Analysis and Mathematics Education. He is also an author of the chapter entitled “Teaching and Learning Mathematics Using Technology in Rwanda Basic Education Schools Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic” of “Mathematics Education in Africa - The Fourth Industrial Revolution” book published in Springer Nature.
Extreme Value Theory, Mathematics Education