In the academic year 2014/15 St. Petersburg University together with Euler Foundation holds the united international mathematical olympiad «Formula of Unity» / «The Third Millenium». Secondary/high school students (11-year old and above) are invited to participate.
This Olympiad continues traditions of two Olympiads, one of which — «Formula Of Unity» — was first held in 2012/2013; another — «The Third Millennium» — has been conducted since 2001, and, in its turn, it continues the traditions of Soros Olympiads. In 2013/14 academic year the Olympiad gathered more than 5,000 students from 13 countries. Participation is free of charge.
E‑mail of the Organizing Committee: [email protected]imi.ras.ru.
The Olympiad is over!
This year, the qualifying round gathered almost 6,000 students from 15 countries (including Russia), of which more than a thousand passed to the final round. More than 300 children were awarded with diplomas of different degrees for successful participation.
Chronology of eventsAll the news about the Olympiad are posted below from newest to oldest.
The below table contains results of all participants of the final round of the Olympiad «Formula of Unity» / «The Third Millennium» 2014/15 except for the out-of-competition participants and those disqualified for non-independent work.
Results of the 2nd round (updated on April 5).
Each problem was scored out of 7 points. Thus, the maximal possible individual result is 42 points. The jury awards diplomas of degrees I, II, III based on the following thresholds.
|Grade||I degree||II degree||III degree|
List of winners (updated on April 5).
The awarding ceremony is preliminarily scheduled for June 19, 2015 at St. Petersburg University. The details will be given later.
Results of out-of-competition participants will be sent on request.
The final round of the Olympiad «Formula of Unity» / «The Third Millennium» is over. The jury had started evaluation of solutions.
Here are the final round problems in English.
The second (final) round of the Olympiad «Formula of Unity» / «The Third Millennium» 2014/15 will be held in a number of places on various dates between February 7 and 10 (see the file below). The round will last for 4 hours.
Participants of the 2nd round include the winners of the first round as well as all those who received diplomas for winning in the Olympiad 2013/14 (not including those with honorable mentions and diplomas for the 2nd round).
Here is the full list of those invited to the 2nd round (updated on February 8).
It is necessary to bring your pens and paper with you. The participants are not allowed to use calculators, computers, telephones, any other communication tools.
Here is a list of places where one can participate in the 2nd round (updated on February 8) with the corresponding date. For other places in the ex-USSR, see Russian page.
We publish list of the winners of the first round (updanted on January 27)
If you are not in the list and interested to know your result please write to the jury at fdi-[email protected]formulo.org.
The maximal score for each of the problems was 7. The threshold to pass to the second round was:
The second round will be held on February
1 8, 2015 simultaneously in various sites. The list of the sites will be published later. Besides of the winners of the 1st round, the winners of the 2013/14 Olympiad are invited to participate in the 2nd round.
The organizing committee would like to apologize for the delay in announcement of results of the first round of International Mathematical Olympiad «Formula of Unity» / «The Third Millennium».
The results will be published on December 25th.
Solutions of the 1st round of the FdI Olympiad are published.
Thank you all for participation in the qualifying round of the united international mathematical olympiad «Formula of Unity» / «The Third Millenium» 2014/15!
The jury had started evaluation of solutions.
First round will last until October 21. Here are the problems:
- Problems of the first round (English)
- Problems of the first round (Esperanto)
- Problems of the first round (Romanian)
- Problems of the first round (Hebrew)
- Problems of the first round (Georgian)
- Problems of the first round (French)
- Problems of the first round (Finnish)
- Problems of the first round (Spanish)
We are happy to announce the forthcoming international mathematical olympiad «Formulo de Integreco» / «The Third Millennium» conducted by Euler Foundation jointly with Saint Petersburg State University.
Secondary/high school students (11-year old and above) are invited to participate. The Olympiad is held in two rounds. The first (extramural) round will take place from October 1 to October 21, 2014, its problems will be published on October 1 on our website. The second, intramural round will be held simultaneously in many cities of Russia and in other countries on February 1, 2015. This Olympiad continues traditions of two Olympiads, one of which — «Formula Of Unity» — was first held in 2012/2013; another — «The Third Millennium» — has been conducted since 2001, and, in its turn, it continues the traditions of Soros Olympiads. In 2013/14 academic year the Olympiad gathered more than 5,000 students from 13 countries.
Participation is free of charge. Everybody is invited to take part in the first round and the winners will be invited to the second round. Participants with the best results in the second round will be invited to the international mathematical camp «Formulo de Integreco».
We hope that teachers, homeroom teachers and circle tutors would be able to take a considerable part in organizing the first round at their schools and then in evaluation of the first tour problems (see the paragraph «Information for teachers and local coordinators»).
Information for individual participants
The participants are supposed to be school students of grades equivalent to Russian grades 5–11 (table of matching grades). If you are willing to participate you don’t have to report your participation in advance, it’s enough just to send your solutions by October 21, 2014. Solutions are accepted in Esperanto, Russian, English, Spanish, Romanian, Georgian, French or German and are to be submitted via e‑mail in one of the standard formats (doc, txt, odt or pdf) or as scanned hand-written documents. Solutions in other languages may be accepted if agreed with local coordinators. The problems, e‑mail address for submitting solutions, and detailed instructions will be published here on October 1.
It is possible for primary school students (1–4 grades for example) to participate and solve the Olympiad problems if they like.
If you learnt about the Olympiad from your teachers, follow their instructions: your work is likely to be handed to them.
Information for teachers and local coordinators
We would be grateful for any help in coordinating the Olympiad locally thus contributing to our common goal of rising school student interest in mathematics. You may organize participation of students from a class, a school, or an entire town or city. However, it is important that students participate voluntarily and work individually.
After collecting written or typed solutions from the participants you can send them to us no later than on October 22. You will be informed about the results at a later time (depending on the number of participants).
However, instead of this, you can evaluate the solutions yourself. If you choose this option, you will receive correct solutions and criteria for evaluation from us (between October 23 and 27). In this case you will send us only submissions from the participants with the best scores on our request.
If you evaluate the solutions yourself, you will need to send us the list of participants by October 22 and the results of evaluation by November 10 (unless we agree upon a different timeline).
Although it is not necessary to inform us about participation of your group in advance, it will be helpful if you do so by contacting us via e‑mail [email protected]imi.ras.ru. Please provide the following information in your message:
- The name and the type of the group of participants (a class, a school, a city or a country);
- Estimated number of participants in this group;
- Whether you are going to evaluate the solutions yourself.
If you are ready to coordinate the Olympiad and perform the evaluation in a big community such as a city, a region or a country, we will appreciate if you contact us before the beginning of the Olympiad.
The problems of the first round will be published on October 1 in Russian and English, but we are ready to publish them in other languages as well if local coordinators help us with translation. In this case, we will send them the problems to be translated earlier, a few days before the beginning of the first round.
Thank You very much for your participation!
The Organizing Committee