On 28 January in the Conference Hall of the Institute of Mathematics and Informatics at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences on a solemn ceremony will be awarded Bulgarian winners in the Australian Mathematics Competition for 2017 and 2018. The ceremony starts at 15:30.
Prizes will be awarded personally by Her Excellency Kate Logan, Ambassador of Australia to Greece, Bulgaria and Romania. The event will be attended by the Honorary Consul of Australia in Bulgaria – Mrs. Indiana Trifonova.
Australian Mathematics Competition is a competition for students from 3rd to 12th grade. It was established in 1976 and is one of the largest of its kind in the world – every year in AMC participate more than half a million students from 38 countries. Since 1994 Bulgaria has always medalists in this competition.
Eighth International Conference Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage – DiPP2018
From September 27th to 29th, 2018 in Burgas, Bulgaria, the Institute of Mathematics and Informatics at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, under the patronage of UNESCO and Burgas District Administration and with the support of the National Science Fund (Contract No. ДПМНФ 01/22 27.08.2018), organizes the Eighth International Conference on Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage—DiPP2018, The conference is an event from 2018 European year of cultural heritage, supported by the European commission.
Co-organisers of the event are the Regional Academic Center – Burgas, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, the Regional Historical Museum – Burgas, the Burgas Free University, Index Ltd, Institute for Computer Science and Control, Hungarian Academy of Sciences. (more…)
Two gold and four silver medals won the young Bulgarian mathematicians during the twenty-second edition of the JBMO. It takes place every year and students at the age of not more than 15.5 can take part in this competition. JBMO has one competition day of 4,5 hours and the participants solve 4 problems from the areas of algebra, geometry, number theory, combinatorics. Each problem is scored with 10 points. The maximum possible score is 40 points. Here are the results of Bulgarian students:
- Borislav Kirilov (8th grade, First Private Math School, Sofia): 10+10+6+10=36: gold medal.
- Desislava Nikolova (8th grade, Sofia Math High School): 10+10+6+10=36: gold medal.
- Martin Kopchev (8th grade, High School of Math and Science, Gabrovo): 10+10+1+10=31: silver medal.
- Milko Bakalov (8th grade, Sofia Math High School): 8+10+6+7=31: silver medal.
- Valeri Vamkov (8th grade, Sofia Math School): 9+7+0+6=22: silver medal.
- Andon Todorov (8th grade, Sofia Math High School): 10+10+0+1=21: silver medal.
Congratulations to our young contestants!
The Career Development Forum, which took place on June 5 and 6, 2018, in the courtyard of the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics at the Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”, was attended by highly interested students. 68 organizations – IT companies, research and educational institutions and employers from leading national companies presented their work to the students of FMI and to all other interested parties. The event was organized by the FMI’s Career Center, and the main sponsor was SAP Labs Bulgaria. IMI presented its work at a special booth in the Faculty’s foyer, where the students were informed about the internships and PhD programs offered by IMI, they had the opportunity to meet in person with scientists from the various research divisions in the Institute and discussed the opportunities that IMI offers for the development of their academic potential. (more…)
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