The Olympiad is organized by ITMO University, Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov, Southwest State University and Euler Foundation.
School students of grades 5–11 from Russia and of equivalent grades from all over the world are invited to participate.
Participation in the competition is free. All school students can take part in the first round and the winners of the first round are invited to the second round. Winners of the previous Olympiad (with diplomas of any degree) are also invited directly to the second round. Participants with the best results in the second round will be awarded with diplomas and invited (with reduced fee) to the international mathematical camp «Formulo de Integreco».
Results of the final round
We publish final results of the Olympiad.
Table of results (updated 05.04.19)
1293 students from 23 countries participated in the final round; 312 of them will be awarded with diplomas.
Chronology of eventsAll the news about the Olympiad are posted below from newest to oldest.
We publish preliminary results of the final round, each grade is on a separate sheet:
Results of official participants (updated March 30 at 13:50, Moscow time)
If you discovered that the results of a participant are missing or contain a mistake in the personal data, please inform the jury as soon as possible.
The decision on awards will be taken along with publishing the final results (by April 1).
The final round of the Olympiad will be held between February 23 and March 3, depending on the country. See the below table for dates and addresses; more details can be available from local organizers and/or will be added later. The duration of the round is 4 hours.
It is strongly recommended to check the below table 1–2 days before the scheduled date.
Locations of the final round (updated on February 20 at 20:52 Moscow time)
The table of participants is sorted by countries, regions, cities and educational institutions:
For locations and participants in Russia, see the Russian page.
More than 3000 students from 24 countries took part in the qualifying round.
A solution of each problem was scored out of 7 points. In the below table the results for each grade are presented on a separate sheet. The participants are sorted by country and name.
Results of the qualifying round (updated on Jan 31, 23:55 Moscow time)
The result «-1» denotes disqualification because of cooperation between participants or signs of plagiarism.
The participants who reached the threshold score from the below table will be invited to the final round to be held on February 24 or on an adjacent date. All necessary information will be sent by email.
Some results can be missing if the jury has not received the submissions for technical reasons. If your result is missing, please inform the Organizing committee (email@example.com) as soon as possible and anyway before January 15. Please indicate your name, grade, country and city and describe how you have submitted your work. We also ask everybody to inform us on incorrect or incomplete data.
Here is the qualifying (remote) round of the competition. You can solve problems until November 12, 2018.
Please remember that your solution of every problem should include not only the right answer but the full reasoning as well.
We will be happy if your friends who like mathematics also participate. However, every assignment should be done individually; otherwise, your submission will not be considered.
Please be careful with preparation of your work, follow the rules and provide all necessary data. You do not need to include problem statements into your submission; please write down your solutions only.
You can write your solutions by hand and scan them or type them using a text editor. Solutions should be written in Esperanto, English, French, Georgian, German, Persian, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Ukrainian, or Uzbek. Use of other languages should be agreed with the organizers in advance. For anonymous grading, you should not write your name on the paper sheets with solutions.
The winners of Olympiad 2017/18 (those with Diplomas I‑III) can participate directly in the final round.
- Problems in English
- Problems in Persian
- Problems in Russian
- Problems in Spanish
- Problems in Ukrainian
- Problems in Uzbek
How to submit solutions
The solutions should be submitted to the Jury by November 12. If you have received any instructions from your local organizing committee or a teacher, please follow them.
Otherwise, please type or scan your solutions into one of the following formats: txt, doc, odt, pdf, jpg. The files should not contain your name (even in the file names).
Before submitting your solutions, please fill in an online-questionnaire. Then you can email your solutions to firstname.lastname@example.org (from the address indicated as your email address in the questionnaire). You can attach several files or create a .zip archive. Please indicate your grade of participation (R5, …, R11) in the Subject line.
Alternatively, you can download a pdf file of the questionnaire and add your answers or create a text file in another common format. Please attach your questionnaire as a separate file to the same message.
You can send your questions to the organizers (but not the solutions of problems) to email@example.com.