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It is part of the registered founding articles of the Al-Khwarizmi-Noether Institute (AKNI) that Dr. Sari Ghanem will always remain volunteer, working on a purely voluntary basis without any payment for any of his activities whatsoever, but he can hire persons with a salary to work for AKNI. The Al-Khwarizmi-Noether Institute is officially registered in Paris under the 1901 French law and all donations go directly to the institute’s bank account registered in France in compliance with the law for the official registration of AKNI. The Scientific Advisory Committee of Al-Khwarizmi-Noether Institute comprises Professor Sir Michael F. Atiyah (Fields Medal, 1966), Professor Laurent Lafforgue (Fields Medal, 2002), Professor David B. Mumford (Fields Medal, 1974) and Professor Edward Witten (Fields Medal, 1990). The main projects of AKNI for this year 2017 are:

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What is AKNI

The Al-Khwarizmi-Noether Institute (AKNI) is an international mathematics institute that aims to promote mathematical activities at the highest international level among Palestinians and between Palestinians and persons from other communities including primarily Israeli individuals, however AKNI will not work with the Israeli governmental institutions. It was created by Dr. Sari Ghanem in July 2016 and is legally registered as a non-profit organization.

What did AKNI do

In the summer of 2016, AKNI ran its first math Summer Camp in Bethlehem for excellent Palestinian middle-school students. In May 2017, AKNI organized its first Mathematical Olympiad test for middle-school students in Palestine; there were about 500 participants, from both public and private schools. In the summer of 2017, AKNI ran two math Summer Camps, one in Bethlehem and one in Beit Jala, for selected middle-school students based on the Mathematical Olympiad test of May 2017. Other activities so far included follow-up training during the year through worksheets for the 2016 Summer Camp participants, supervision of a master thesis and guidance to university students in Palestine, and providing advice to schools in Palestine about Mathematics curriculum.

What will AKNI do

AKNI is now preparing for follow-up training during the year 2017-2018 for the 2017 Summer Camp participants. For the spring of 2018, AKNI is planning another Mathematical Olympiad test to select students in grades 6 to 9. For the summer of 2018, AKNI is planning another two math Summer Camps for Palestinian students selected based on the Mathematical Olympiad tests of 2017 and 2018. Further plans include training sessions of Palestinian math teachers, creation of a mathematics library in Palestine, and an international Summer Camp in Europe for talented high-school students. Long term plans include research activities.

Why to donate for AKNI

AKNI is in urgent need for financial funding for the follow-up activities during the year for the 2017 Summer Camps participants, for the 2018 Mathematical Olympiad test for selection, and for the 2018 Summer Camps. Whereas we are working on various channels in attempt to secure long term funding, keeping the current momentum is crucial for AKNI’s future success.

A request to donate for the Summer Camps!

If you are interested in AKNI’s activities, please help us with a donation. Any amount will help. An opportunity to donate online is available here:

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