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2020-06-15

New victories of UP FAMNIT students (University of Primprska) at the International Internet Olympiad: https://www.famnit.upr.si/sl/novice/nove-zmage-studentovCongratulations to all the competitors!

2020-06-10

The results of the second (final) round of the Mathematics Internet-Olympiad are available here: https://olymp.i-exam.ru/node/1997.

The second (final) round of the Mathematics Open International Internet-Olympiad was held on March 28, 2020 in the form of an online test.

The test consisted of 12 tasks and took 180 minutes.

700 students from 141 higher education institutions of the Russian Federation and their branches took part in the online test; among the participating countries were Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Slovenia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan!

Congratulations to university prize-winners!

2020-06-10

Congratulations to all the participants of the Mathematics Open International Internet-Olympiad on the end of the second (final) round! 700 participants represented 141 higher education institutions from the Russian Federation, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Slovenia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan.

We are especially grateful to:

• the representatives of the key universities for their highly professional work during the second stage of the Olympiad;

• the faculty of all the participating higher education institutions for excellent student training;

• the departments for technical and organisational and methodological support for coordinating the first round of the Open International Internet-Olympiad;

• the participating students for their interest in Olympiads, will to win and passion for science!

2020-06-10

The results of the first (university level) round of the Mathematics Internet-Olympiad are available here: https://olymp.i-exam.ru/node/1935.

The first (university level) round of the Mathematics Open International Internet-Olympiad was held from November 11, 2019 to March 6, 2020 in the form of an online test.

The test consisted of 16 tasks and took 180 minutes.

6319 students from 157 higher education institutions of the Russian Federation and their branches took part in the online test; among the participating countries were Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Slovenia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan!

Field of study Number of participating students Number of participating universities:

  • Biotechnologies and Medicine: 154 (13);
  • Humanities and Law 700 (39);
  • Subject-oriented (with in-depth study of a subject) 896 (63);
  • Engineering and Technologies 4042 (122);
  • Economics and Management 527 (40).

Congratulations to university prize-winners!

The list of the students invited to take part in the second round are available on the individual pages of the higher education institutions.

The key universities welcome the second stage participants!

2020-06-10

March 6, 2020 was the last day of the first (qualifying) stage of the Mathematics Open International Internet-Olympiad of the 2019/2020 academic year.

6319 students from 157 higher education institutions of the Russian Federation and their branches took part in the competition; among the participating countries were Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Slovenia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan!

The results of the first round in the Mathematics Olympiad will be posted on the individual pages of the higher education institutions on March 12, 2020 as well as the list of the students invited to take part in the second stage in key universities, the contact details of the key universities, and confirmation form of the participation in the second stage.

Congratulations to all the participants on the end of the first round!

2020-02-28

Thumbs up for our mathematicians that have participated to the first round of the Open International Internet Olympiad. Results will be out soon! (UP Famnit, University of Primorska, Slovenia): https://www.facebook.com/up.famnit

 

2019-12-19

The first (qualifying, university level) round of the Mathematics Open International Internet-Olympiad is held from November 11, 2019 to March 6, 2020. You can find all the information on the Mathematics Open International Internet-Olympiad and the online training to prepare for the Olympiad on our website.

2019-10-02

Dear friends!

Please look at the photos from the Mathematics Open International Internet-Olympiad Grand Finale!

2019-09-26

The Mathematics Internet-Olympiad grand finale team championship was held on September 24, 2019. 20 teams from Israel, Kyrgyzstan, Poland, Russia, Romania, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan took part.

Mathematics Olympiad grand finale team championship results:

1 place – Romania 2 team (Stanciu Ioan, Cristian Grecu, Stefan Razvan Balauca) and  Lomonosov Moscow State University team (Lychagina Elena, Iankovskii Vladimir, Koshelev Mikhail, Iakimanskii Nikolai, Kirakosyan Vazgen).

2 place - National TeamTurkmenistan (Seyitmuhammet Shamyradov, Perman Iljanov, Mekan Hojayev, Jepbar Asgarov) and Siberia team (Shuvalov Igor, Zavaruev Ivan, Dushukhin Dmitry, Inivatov Daniil).

3 place – Plekhanov Russian University of Economics team (Ryzhov Vadim, Kashapov Radmir, Nazarova Valeria, Shcherbakov Vladimir) and South Ural State University team (Antsiferov Alexei, Vasilenko Marina, Gordievskih Dmitriy, Nebero Kirill). 

Congratulations to the winning teams on successful performance!!!
 
2019-09-24

On September 23, 2019 Ariel University (Israel) hosted the Mathematics Internet-Olympiad grand finale individual championship. 91 students from 7 countries (Israel, Kyrgyzstan, Poland, Russia, Romania, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan) took part in this final stage of the Olympiad, 66 of them are awarded diplomas and medals. The individual championship results will be published on the Ariel University (Israel) website here: http://www.i-olymp.net/olymp/.

The best result belongs to a third-year student of the Moscow State University of Civil Engineering (Russia). The gold medal winner of the final stage in the Volga State University of Technology is Aleksandr Gulkanov. Two students from Turkmenistan, Perman Iljanov (Turkmen International University for the Humanities and Development) and Govher Shukurova (Turkmen State Teachers Training Institute named after Seidnazar Seydi), ranked second and third. Other gold medalists are Cristian Grecu and Stefan Razvan Balauca from Romania; Zakhar Yakovlev, Dmitriy Gordievskikh and Mikhail Koshelev from Russia; Ramazan Bahtiyarov and Hamidbek Hajyyev from Turkmenistan.

Congratulations to all the prize-winners! We hope lots of new achievements and victories await you!