Please look at the photos from the Mathematics Open International Internet-Olympiad Grand Finale!
Please look at the photos from the Mathematics Open International Internet-Olympiad Grand Finale!
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!!!
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!
September 24, 2019 – Mathematics Internet-Olympiad Grand Finale team championship is held. 20 teams representing Israel, Kyrgyzstan, Poland, Russia, Romania, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan compete for the highest award.
Good luck to all the teams!
Mathematics Internet-Olympiad Grand Finale participants
A.Kolchev, co-chair of the Mathematics Internet-Olympiad Grand Finale jury, Ph.D. Physics and Mathematics, associate professor of Kazan Federal University, and Professor Zinigrad, Rector of Ariel University
September 23, 2019 – the Grand Finale of the Mathematics Open International Internet-Olympiad (OIIO) starts with an opening ceremony in the Ariel University (Israel).
Students from all over the world come to Ariel to show their knowledge and test themselves. This year the Grand Finale participants are again from the Russian Federation. They ranked highest in the Internet-Olympiad III round that took place in May, 2019 in the Volga State University of Technology (Yoshkar-Ola, Russia).
September, 23 – an individual championship among the best mathematicians is held.
September, 24 is the day for a team championship, the Grand Finale results and awarding ceremony.
Good luck to all the Grand Finale participants!
The final round of the Mathematics Internet-Olympiad was held on May 16 – 17, 2019 in person in the Volga State University of Technology (Yoshkar-Ola, Russia), Ariel University (Ariel, Israel) and University of Primorska (Slovenia).
The third stage was held for 94 students from 56 higher education institutions and their branches of the Russian Federation, also Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Slovenia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan. There were participants from each federal region of Russia, as well as from other countries.
The third (final) round of the Mathematics Olympiad was organised in the traditional form: the students wrote down the solutions to the problems and the international jury assessed their work.
Over 30 leading scientists and professors from Russia and beyond were part of the Programme and Organising Committees.
As a result, the outright winner, runner-ups and prize-winners were identified in each field of study. Top students were awarded various diplomas and medals and special prizes provided by the Olympiad partners: the National Centre for Professional Accreditation, the Research Institute for Education Quality Monitoring, the Volga State University of Technology.
The outright winner is Rustam Ganiev, student of the Kalashnikov Izhevsk State Technical University.
Mathematics Olympiad runner-ups and prize-winners by field of study:
Subject-oriented (with in-depth study of an academic discipline):
The best result for this field of study was achieved by Tsetsen Dorzhinov, student of the Kalmyk State University named after B.B. Gorodovikov.
Number 2 for this field of study is Murat Chashemov, student of the Turkmen State University.
Number 3 is Aleksey Antsiferov, student of the South Ural State University (National Research Institute).
Engineering and Technologies:
The top result belongs to Rustam Ganiev, student of the Kalashnikov Izhevsk State Technical University.
Number 2 is Aleksander Gulkanov, student of the Moscow State University of Civil Engineering.
Number 3 is Ramazan Bakhtiyarov, student of the Turkmen State University.
Economics and Management:
The top student for this field is Perman Ilyanov from the International University of Humanities and Development (Turkmenistan).
Humanities and Law:
The winner in this field is Akmurat Tirkeshov, student of the Institute of International Relations of The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Turkmenistan).
Biotechnologies and Medicine: The highest score in this field was obtained by Nikolay Zhilin, student of the Kalmyk State University named after B.B. Gorodovikov.
Below is the list of non-Russian Federation participants who won the nomination “Winner of the National Competition” and received souvenirs and certificates of appreciation from the National Fund for Supporting Innovations in Education:
Lev Lyakhovich, student of the Belarusian-Russian University (Belarus);
Aleksader Ibragimov, student of the Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University (Kyrgyz Republic);
Besfort Shala, student of the University of Primorska (Slovenia);
Ramazan Bakhtiyarov, student of the Turkmen
This year Internet-Olympiads turn eleven years! Today this project includes Internet-Olympiads in sixteen academic disciplines of higher education and four disciplines of secondary vocational training! Everything started with mathematics. The Mathematics Internet-Olympiad is growing year by year. Internet technologies have become ingrained in our everyday life and education, and they help to engage a huge number of students from all the parts of the Russian Federation and other countries. Internet-Olympiads’ geographical reach is expanding to include Russian regions (from Saint Petersburg to Khabarovsk) and nineteen foreign countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bulgaria, China, Estonia, Georgia, Hungary, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan.
The first round, held online, welcomed 6475 participants from 159 higher education institutions of the Russian Federation and other countries. 1041 students qualified for the second stage, hosted by 34 key universities. As few as 128 strongest mathematicians were invited to take part in the third round which was organized in the traditional form of personal attendance.
One part of the ceremony was a lively music performance that gave the participants more energy to work hard on their tasks.
The participants were greeted by Victor Shebashev, Rector of the Volga State University of Technology, Larisa Polushina, Head of the Russian Federation Foreign Ministry Representative in Yoshkar-Ola, Vladimir Navodnov, Co-chair of the Open International Internet-Olympiads Organising Committee, Galina Motova, Deputy Director of the National Centre for Professional Accreditation, Vladislav Pylin, Deputy Director of the Research Institute for Education Quality Monitoring, Aleksey Kolchev, Chair of the Olympiad Jury.
A video conference between Yoshkar-Ola and Ariel (Israel) was held before the Olympiad. The Ariel University welcomed students from distant countries who solved the same problems as the students in Yoshkar-Ola. The participants greeted and wished each other good luck and exchanged useful advice.
The third round participants must solve ten very hard problems within four hours. The competition is open to students majoring in four fields of study: Humanities and Law, Subject-oriented (with in-depth study of an academic discipline), Engineering and Technologies, Economics and Management. The results of the Olympiad will be announced on May 17, 2019.
Good luck to all the participants!
Dear friends! This is our photo report on the opening ceremony of the third (final) stage of Open International Internet-Olympiad in Mathematics!
May 16 is the starting day for the third (final) stage of the Mathematics Internet-Olympiad. It is a tradition to hold the OIIO third stage in the Volga State University of Technology (Yoshkar-Ola), Ariel University (Israel) and University of Primorska (Slovenia).
The opening ceremony will include a video conference between Yoshkar-Ola and Ariel where the participants will be able to greet and wish each other good luck.
The Internet-Olympiads and the Volga State University of Technology websites will broadcast the third stage of the Mathematics Olympiad live.
Greetings to all the participants! Victory be yours! Top students will be welcome to the grand final in Ariel University (Israel) in September 2019.