From March 11 to March 16 2022 Maykop (Russia) will host the 7th Caucasus Mathematical Olympiad (CMO). A truly wonderful event, this Olympiad brings together school students from various corners of the world.
The CMO’s priority is to create a shared cultural and educational environment for children interested in math and to facilitate friendships between school students across various countries.
This year’s Olympiad is organized by:
- the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Adygea;
- the Caucasus Mathematical Center at Adyghe State University;
- the Matema Center of New Technologies in Education.
The CMO is supported by the Presidential Grants Fund of Russia.
Today the Assembly Hall of Adyghe State University held the Closing Ceremony of the Olympiad. More than 160 students participated in the Olympiad to win the title of the best mathematician. Not only Russian students participated this year, but also students from Bulgaria, Sweden, Peru, Turkey, Switzerland, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Armenia, Uzbekistan and many more.
True to its motto “Caucasus without borders!” the 6th Caucasus Mathematical Olympiad brought together 15 countries and 16 regions of Russia in total.
The Olympiad was organized by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Adygea, Adyghe State University, Caucasus Mathematical Center at Adyghe State University and the Republican Science and Mathematics School.
The 6th Caucasus Mathematical Olympiad is finally on the home stretch. The only thing left is to sum up the results and award the winners. But until then let us tell you about the second-to-last day of the Olympiad.
As always, there was no time for boredom. In the morning the participants learned the examination criteria and discussed their works with the Jury in Science in Innovations Park of Adyghe State University.
Afterwards the participants and the students of Adyghe State University had a rare opportunity to attend a lecture of Aleksandr Piperski called “Evolution of languages” where the speaker explained how to recognize linguistic metamorphoses and how transformations in different languages work.
Just a couple of days left until we learn the results of the 6th Caucasus Mathematical Olympiad. Another day of the Olympiad is over after giving the participants unforgettable emotions.
Today was a day-off and both the participants and the Jury had a chance to catch their breath and forget about the challenging tasks for a bit.
The Western Caucasus welcomed the guests with open arms. Even the weather humored them with rays of March sunshine giving even more positive emotions from a tour through picturesque Guam Canyon.
And the second competition day has almost come to a close. The participants finished solving the tasks that challenged their erudition, mental aptitude, mathematical prowess, and intellectual drive.
The work is over, now comes the most difficult part. Waiting. The Jury is working hard examining every work, and soon, on March 17, we will know who the winners are.
But while we wait, the Olympiad offers a diverse cultural program. The “City Integral. Schwartz’s Theorem” game was one of the most awaited events of this program. This year demonstrated again that intellect and healthy lifestyle come hand in hand.
The first competition day of the 6th Caucasus Mathematical Olympiad is finally over. Although the tasks were challenging, the participants solved them with real enthusiasm.
Their eyes shining with excitement showed that math is in their blood and that the intricate and unconventional tasks prepared by the Problem Selection Committee of the Olympiad were just what those young hungry minds needed.
About 170 children participated in this Round of the Olympiad, including the participants from outside of Russia. After the Round was over, the participants who were able to come to Maykop had a photoshoot with the Jury.
On March 12 the Assembly Hall of Adyghe State University (Maykop) became the venue for the Opening Ceremony of the 6th Caucasus Mathematical Olympiad. The Caucasus Mathematical Olympiad 2021 brings together near 170 participants from Russia, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Peru, Turkey, Belarus, Armenia, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and other countries.
The Olympiad is organized by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Adygea and Caucasus Mathematical Center at Adyghe State University.
The event is sponsored by the Cabinet of Ministers of Adygea. The partner of the Olympiad is ITV | AxxonSoft.
The programme of the 6th Caucasus Mathematical Olympiad is already available on the official website.
The Olympiad will take place from March 12 to March 17.
These six days will let the participants experience a variety of positive emotions brought by traditional Southern hospitality, well-organized Olympiad, eventful programme and a true symbol of the Olympiad - the City Integral game.
The Opening Ceremony of the Olympiad will be hosted on March 12 at 18.00 at the Main Building of Adyghe State University.
The games will start on March 14. Each team consists of one to four members. All team members should stick together and move from station to station as a team, either walking or running.
Additional stations could be added to the game itinerary.
The goal of each team is to get as many points as possible in the least amount of time.
Organizers, partners and sponsors of the Olympiad