MathOpen 2020 Belarus

We invite students in higher education, both undergraduates and postgraduates, from all over the world to participate in the 11th Open Mathematical Olympiad of the Belarusian-Russian University (International Student Olympiad MathOpen 2020 Belarus), which is scheduled to be held at the Belarusian-Russian University based in Mogilev, Belarus, on February 19–21, 2020. At most two students from a particular institution can participate, and ideally they should come with an academic supervisor.

We would like to draw your attention to the following information:
– the Olympiad will be held as a competition with individual classification in one round in the form of testing (30 tasks in the form of tests to be fulfilled within 5 hours);
– the tasks will contain problems from the following areas of mathematics: algebra, theory of numbers, analysis (real or complex), analytical geometry, combinatorial analysis, ordinary differential equations.

Working languages of the Olympiad are English and Russian.

The registration fee for the participation in the Olympiad is 70 euros per team. Тravel expenses, meals and accommodation of non-resident participants and supervisors are paid by the institution sending them.

Detailed information on the 11th Open Mathematical Olympiad of the Belarusian-Russian University may be found in the letter of the Rector of the Belarusian-Russian University of October 11, 2019, № 8.6/5354.

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The submission deadline for applications is December 23, 2019. The application should be printed on the letterhead of your educational institution and signed by the head of the institution or faculty. After that the application should be scaned, saved in pdf or jpeg file, and sent to mathopen@bru.by

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Additional email address: mathopen2020@gmail.com

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