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  • Mathematics In Europe - Kraków
    Mathematical Society presents the special project Mathematics in the streets of Kraków at this occasion The idea was born under the name Maths busking in the UK the associated web page can be found here It contains a subpage in Polish that is concerned with the Kraków activities For a general information on the Kraków project cf this subpage of the homepage of the Congress The actors The locations The projects Actors The actors are the following members of the rpa committee Franka Miriam Brückler Croatia Sara Santos UK director of Maths busking Steve Humble UK Locations Two of the locations are on the central market place the third one is in front of the congress venue Performances take place on Monday July 2 and Tuesday July 3 between 4 pm and 8 pm Projects Franka s projects in English in Polish Sara s projects a Magic squares text in English and in Polish and the associated squares b Mind reading text in English and in Polish and the associated cards c And here are further maths busking texts from Sara Zeeman s ropes mind reading the divine reminder the emergency pentagon the knot in the hankerchief the twenty euro

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  • Mathematics In Europe - Lise öğrencileri
    will consist of 2 sessions usually of 5 hours each 5 6 problems during each session The working language is English In the competition now there took part students from the whole world including North America South America and Asia More information can be found in the page http www imc math org The Vojtěch Jarník International Mathematical Competition The competition is held at the University of Ostrava every year in March or April The competition is intended for university students The competition was established in 1991 by a student of a student of Vojtěch Jarník It is the oldest mathematical competition for university students at the European Union which is presently organized In 1991 1996 only one or two universities took part in the competition In 1997 the students from 4 countries participated in the competition For next years more and more universities attended the competition mainly from the Central Europe Since 2010 it is an intercontinental competition as students from Bogota took part in it The students start in two categories younger students the category 1 st and 2 nd year of studies and the category of older students Each student has to solve 4 problems different in each category This is an individual competition The universities were generally expected to send a team consisting of 4 participants 2 younger 2 older but it is rather not applied A team is accompanied by a member of university staff who is a member of jury More information can be found in the page http vjimc osu cz International Scientific Mathematics and Chemistry Olympiads for University Students in Iran The International Mathematics Olympiad has been held in Iran since 2000 Up to now Iranian students and students from several other countries including European countries Armenia Austria Azerbaijan Cyprus Germany Kazakhstan

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  • Mathematics In Europe - Olimpiyatlar
    as a 75 minutes multiple choice test consisting of 30 questions 3rd and 4th grade 25 questions up to 2nd grade 21 questions for 60 minutes equally divided among the categories of 3 point 4 point and 5 point questions In each question 5 solutions are given exactly one of them being correct One is given the respective points for choosing the correct answer 0 points for not answering and a quarter of the respective points are taken off for choosing a wrong answer the points are not taken off in the lowest level Each participant is given some base points at the beginning in most levels 30 so that the minimum number of points at the end is 0 The maximum number is 150 3rd and 4th grade 120 up to 2nd grade 105 points Evaluation and collecting of results as well as the prizes are regulated and organized nationally In the early 80 s Peter O Holloran from Sydney invented a new kind of game in Australian schools a multiple choice questionnaire Thousands of pupils could participate at the same time It was a great success for the Australian Mathematical National Contest In 1991 two Frenchmen André Deledicq and Jean Pierre Boudine decided to start the competition in France under the name Kangaroo to pay tribute to their Australian friends In the first edition 120 000 juniors took part In 1992 more countries took part in competition In 1994 Kangourou sans Frontières the Kangaroo without Frontiers Association was created In 1996 it was decided that all competition subjects at all levels would be the same in all country members In 2011 about 6 000 000 participants took part in the competition More information can be found in the pages http www math ksf org and http www mathkang org default html The Nordic Mathematical Contest NMC The Nordic Mathematical Contest NMC is a regional competition in mathematics for secondary school students from the five Nordic countries Denmark Finland Iceland Norway and Sweden It was founded in 1986 during the International Mathematical Olympiad IMO in Warsaw The leaders of the teams from the four Nordic countries which at that time took part in the IMO Denmark did join the IMO in 1991 agreed that their students needed a competition which in difficulty would lie somewhere between the national competitions and the International Mathematical Olympiad The first NMC were organized in 1987 by Sweden The contestants at most 20 from each country are elected by the national secondary school mathematical olympiad organizations Participation does not involve travelling abroad The contestants normally write the exam in their own schools Some countries gather their contestants in one place for the event The national organisations take turns to host the NMC according to a fixed schedule The host issues the exam paper based on suggestions of problems by the participating countries and does the final marking of the scripts after a preliminary marking in the individual countries The paper consists of four problems

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  • Mathematics In Europe - Önemli ödüller
    Abel However it came into existence only a century later in 2002 The prize is awarded annually by the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters to one or more mathematicians for contributions of extraordinary depth and influence The value of the award is six million Norwegian kroner which is approximately 740 000 The award ceremony takes place each May in Oslo For more information visit the official web site of the Abel prize The Millenium Prizes The Millennium Prizes hark back to the presentation given at the 1900 International Congress of Mathematicians by the world famous mathematician David Hilbert in which he presented 23 unsolved problems that he considered the most important of the era And indeed work on those Hilbert problems guided much of twentieth century mathematical research At the beginning of the new millennium in 2000 the Clay Foundation named seven important unsolved problems the Millennium Problems and offered a million dollar prize for each In the ten years since then only one of the seven has been solved namely the Poincaré conjecture The other six problems remain areas of active research To understand even the statements of these problems requires a certain degree of specialized knowledge We offer an extensive article on these problems in the section Information Research Additional material can be found for example on the site of the Clay Foundation The following articles concerning prestiguous prizes in mathematics appeared originally in the Newsletter NL of the European Mathematical Society EMS They are republished here with permission of the EMS and the authors Raußen Skau Interview with the Abel Prize winner 2013 Pierre Deligne NL89 2013 a pdf 500 kB The Heidelberg Laureate forum NL 89 2013 a pdf 400 kB Raußen Skau Interview with the Abel Prize winner 2012 Endre Szemerédi NL85 2012 a pdf 800 kB Raußen Skau Interview with the Abel Prize winner 2011 John Milnor NL81 2011 a pdf 200 kB Persson Interviews with the Fields medalists 2010 Hyderabad NL78 2010 a pdf 700 kB Raußen Skau Interview with the Abel Prize winner 2010 JohnTate NL77 2010 a pdf 560 kB Raußen Skau Interview with Gromov NL73 2009 a pdf 278 kB News in NL Abel Prize 2009 for Gromov NL73 2009 a pdf 154 kB News in NL Abel Prize 2008 for Thompson und Tits NL68 2008 a pdf 66 kB Blomer On the Green Tao theorem Tao was awarded a fields medal in 2006 NL67 2008 a pdf 194 kB Raußen Skau Interview with Varadhan NL65 2007 a pdf 93 kB Holden The Abel Prize the first five years NL64 2007 a pdf 60 kB News in NL Abel Prize 2007 to Srinavasa Varadhan NL64 2007 a pdf 92 kB Munoz Persson Interview with the Fields medaillists 2006 NL62 2006 a pdf 48 kB Raußen Skau Interview with Carleson NL61 2006 a pdf 387 kB News in NL the Abel prize 2006 is awarded to Lennart Carleson NL60 2006 a pdf 139 kB News in NL The Ramanujan Prize

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  • Mathematics In Europe - Prestigious prizes for mathematicians
    However it came into existence only a century later in 2002 The prize is awarded annually by the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters to one or more mathematicians for contributions of extraordinary depth and influence The value of the award is six million Norwegian kroner which is approximately 740 000 The award ceremony takes place each May in Oslo For more information visit the official web site of the Abel prize The Millenium Prizes The Millennium Prizes hark back to the presentation given at the 1900 International Congress of Mathematicians by the world famous mathematician David Hilbert in which he presented 23 unsolved problems that he considered the most important of the era And indeed work on those Hilbert problems guided much of twentieth century mathematical research At the beginning of the new millennium in 2000 the Clay Foundation named seven important unsolved problems the Millennium Problems and offered a million dollar prize for each In the ten years since then only one of the seven has been solved namely the Poincaré conjecture The other six problems remain areas of active research To understand even the statements of these problems requires a certain degree of specialized knowledge We offer an extensive article on these problems in the section Information Research Additional material can be found for example on the site of the Clay Foundation The following articles concerning prestiguous prizes in mathematics appeared originally in the Newsletter NL of the European Mathematical Society EMS They are republished here with permission of the EMS and the authors Raußen Skau Interview with the Abel Prize winner 2013 Pierre Deligne NL89 2013 a pdf 500 kB The Heidelberg Laureate forum NL 89 2013 a pdf 400 kB Raußen Skau Interview with the Abel Prize winner 2012 Endre Szemerédi NL85 2012 a pdf 800 kB Raußen Skau Interview with the Abel Prize winner 2011 John Milnor NL81 2011 a pdf 200 kB Persson Interviews with the Fields medalists 2010 Hyderabad NL78 2010 a pdf 700 kB Raußen Skau Interview with the Abel Prize winner 2010 JohnTate NL77 2010 a pdf 560 kB Raußen Skau Interview with Gromov NL73 2009 a pdf 278 kB News in NL Abel Prize 2009 for Gromov NL73 2009 a pdf 154 kB News in NL Abel Prize 2008 for Thompson und Tits NL68 2008 a pdf 66 kB Blomer On the Green Tao theorem Tao was awarded a fields medal in 2006 NL67 2008 a pdf 194 kB Raußen Skau Interview with Varadhan NL65 2007 a pdf 93 kB Holden The Abel Prize the first five years NL64 2007 a pdf 60 kB News in NL Abel Prize 2007 to Srinavasa Varadhan NL64 2007 a pdf 92 kB Munoz Persson Interview with the Fields medaillists 2006 NL62 2006 a pdf 48 kB Raußen Skau Interview with Carleson NL61 2006 a pdf 387 kB News in NL the Abel prize 2006 is awarded to Lennart Carleson NL60 2006 a pdf 139 kB News in NL The Ramanujan Prize vor

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  • Mathematics In Europe - Yabancı dillerde matematik
    Hoşgeldin Mesajları EMS Destekçiler Diller Iletişim Yasal Bilgi arama The European Mathematical Society Our Sponsor Munich RE Mathematics in foreign languages Ayrıntılar Kategori Mathematics in foreign languages Mathematics knows no national borders and one is often called upon to converse about mathematics in a language that is not one s native tongue To make this easier for you we have gathered here some information on this topic The Dictionary of Mathematical Concepts in European languages How do you say square root in Portuguese Or equation in Turkish The Dictionary of Mathematical Symbols How for example do you say 47 11 in Italian These dictionaries may be of help in understanding texts but they do not equip one for speaking or writing mathematics in another language For those who wish to make themselves understood when English is concerned today s mathematical lingua franca important information can be found here Cf also this short note on the correct use of the indefinite articl e a or an in mathematics Cartoon Bernd Pohlenz Over time we shall assemble here additional aids for both passive and active language understanding The following already exist Croatian Help for Croatian English French The webpage http www fourier

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  • Mathematics In Europe - Mathematics in foreign languages
    Diller Iletişim Yasal Bilgi arama The European Mathematical Society Our Sponsor Munich RE Mathematics in foreign languages Ayrıntılar Kategori Mathematics in foreign languages Mathematics knows no national borders and one is often called upon to converse about mathematics in a language that is not one s native tongue To make this easier for you we have gathered here some information on this topic The Dictionary of Mathematical Concepts in European languages How do you say square root in Portuguese Or equation in Turkish The Dictionary of Mathematical Symbols How for example do you say 47 11 in Italian These dictionaries may be of help in understanding texts but they do not equip one for speaking or writing mathematics in another language For those who wish to make themselves understood when English is concerned today s mathematical lingua franca important information can be found here Cf also this short note on the correct use of the indefinite articl e a or an in mathematics Cartoon Bernd Pohlenz Over time we shall assemble here additional aids for both passive and active language understanding The following already exist Croatian Help for Croatian English French The webpage http www fourier ujf grenoble fr dpiau

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  • Mathematics In Europe - Örnekler
    Sponsor Munich RE Where do mathematicians work Ayrıntılar Kategori Examples This part of our web page contains translation of parts of the brochure Zoom sur les métiers des mathématiques There one finds numerous descriptions of professions with a mathematical background Those who consider to become a mathematician will see that there is a big variety of areas where mathematical methods come into play Similar articles can be found on http

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