CMO – 2020: Day Off

  • 16.03.2020

After two whole days filled with problems – mathematical ones, of course – our young champions were entitled to a change of scene. It did not imply boredom . On the contrary, the children had a very busy schedule to follow.

  • Morning lectures with Professors Savvateev and Andreev charmed the sleep away from our young charges and introduced them to the beauty of Mathematics;
  • An outing to the movies with friends at the «IKOCinema»;
  • Lecture by Elena Bryzgalina about soft- and hard skills in higher education;
  • Adyghe dancing club;

And, of course, a disco night. And, trust me, these teenagers do know how to party.  What does tomorrow have in store? Can’t tell you, but you don’t want to miss it.

Caucasus Mathematical Olympiad 2020 – Round II

  • 15.03.2020

The second day brought around the next Round and a real chance for the participants to bring the victory home and amaze everyone with their problem-solving powers.

While teenage superheroes were busy seeking answers, their team leaders, CMO guests and university students attended a lecture on compiling Olympiad tasks. The speaker, Nazar Agakhanov, the Chairman of the All-Russian Schoolchildren Mathematics Olympiad, shared quite a few useful tips from personal experience.

The lecture was followed by a panel discussion on the newest and most rewarding preparatory techniques which enable the children participate in Math contests to the best of their abilities.

CMO-2020 – Day One

  • 14.03.2020

The second day signified knowledge and hard work to the CMO participants.

The first round of the Olympiad went on in ASU’s third academic building.  Soon the schoolchildren will find out their preliminary scores. But right now, scientific adventures await:

Nikolay Andreev, a renowned Russian mathematician and CMO Jury member fascinated everyone with the intricacies of Mathematics and Music;

Andrey Raygorodskiy – author of over two hundred research articles and the recipient of 2011 Presidential Award instructed his audience on the criteria of choosing national Mathematics team worthy of world championships and the absolute necessity of popularizing the scientific wonder that is Mathematics.

The Caucasus Mathematical Olympiad is ON

  • 13.03.2020

Adyghe State University hosts a unique mathematical event today. The fifth Caucasus Mathematical Olympiad – 2020 united almost two hundred participants from fourteen Russian regions and a number of neighboring states and countries. 

The participants are winners and prize-holders of regional and national competitions in their home counties.

The current mathematical event will continue for the next five days. Apart from the competition itself, the program includes a daunting and entertaining immersion into the cultural, natural and historical background of our beautiful region. For those scientifically or academically inclined, there would be quite a number of open lectures and seminars to choose from. Music lover and hikers will find suitably arranged activities.

Closing Ceremony of the IV Caucasus Mathematical Olympiad

  • 20.03.2019

Today ended the IV Caucasus Mathematical Olympiad, which hosted over 140 participants from 15 regions of southern Russia and 10 foreign countries.

During two rounds, young mathematicians solved problems and discussed their results together with the jury.

In addition to the competitive part, the program of the Olympiad included a diverse leisure program: games, the Adyghe dance club, a guitar evening, a disco, the Adyghe culture night, where participants tried Adyghe dishes. Participants visited the National Museum of the Republic of Adygea, the Cave of Nezhnaya and Pchelinaya.

Fifth day of the Olympiad

  • 19.03.2019

On the fifth day of the Olympiad, the participants learned about the criteria for evaluating the solution of problems, looked at their work and asked questions if they were not clear about the solution of the problem. After lunch, the participants could meet with the jury and members of the Coordination Council. During the meeting with Nazar Agahanov, Pavel Kozhevnikov, Dmitry Belov, and Charles Leytem, schoolchildren could ask questions about Olympiad Mathematics and how to prepare for high-level Olympiads.

Day of Rest

  • 18.03.2019

Today, participants of the IV Caucasus Mathematical Olympiad went on a trip to the foothills of the Western Caucasus. The most memorable moments of the trip was acquaintance with local animals, an observation deck, a hike to the Pchelinaya and Nezhnaya caves.

Game "Brain Battle"

  • 17.03.2019

For those who the Olympiad tour and the quest “Mathematical Running Maykop” were not enough, the organizers prepared a game “Brain Battle”. The game consisted of seven rounds, each with ten questions.

Round I - Guess the famous person from the photo;

Round II - Guess the famous person on a child's photo;

Round III - Guess the song played backwards;

Round IV - General knowledge quiz;

Round V - Guess what is hidden in the famous picture;

Round VI - Guess the country by the outline;

Round VII - Guess what is advertised in the poster.

Mathematical Running Maykop

  • 17.03.2019

Today, as a part of the IV Caucasus Mathematical Olympiad Caucasus Mathematical Center at Adyghe State University organized the quest “Mathematical Running Maykop.” One hundred teams 100 teams took part in it, which is twice as many as last year! Among the teams were the participants of the Olympiad, schoolchildren, students, employees of enterprises of the city of Maykop. More than 400 people gathered in the courtyard of the Regional School for Natural Sciences and Mathematics to start the math quest from there. During two and a half hours, the teams needed to visit as many points in the city from the given list as possible and solve as many mathematical problems as possible.

Round II of the Olympiad

  • 17.03.2019

Today was Round II of the Olympiad. As in Round I, participants had to solve four problems in four hours. Many participants found the tasks difficult, but interesting.

“The tasks were difficult. I do not think that I did well, but I solve half of them for sure. This is my first Olympiad of this level, so I'm just glad to be here.” Lada Stafeevskaya, a participant from the Rostov region (Taganrog).

 “My impressions... difficult, but interesting tasks. In my opinion, an interesting task was this one: there are five consecutive numbers, can the LCM be equal to a square? ”. Alexander Klets, a participant from the Krasnodar Territory.


Organizers, partners and sponsors of the Olympiad


Adyghe State University

Caucasus Mathematical Center
Adyghe State University

Regional School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
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