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Dear friends!

Due to the epidemic situation in Moscow, the 5th team Mathematical Modelling Tournament for high-school students (MMT) was held in an online format.

Dates: October 29 — November 6, 2022


Advanced Education and Science Center of Moscow State University — the Kolmogorov School,

Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics of Lomonosov Moscow State University,

supported by: Russian Academy of Sciences, Alumni Club of AESC MSU.


Timing Moscow time, UTC+3h

Opening of the Tournament, online tour, Saturday Oct. 29, 12:00
MMC (Mammoth): start: Saturday  Oct. 29, 14:00, issuing of the problem; end: Tuesday  Nov. 1, 14:00, solution submission deadline.
MATS (Primate): Wednesday Nov. 2, 10:00-12:00
MAU (Losbter): Thursday Nov. 3, 10:00-12:00
Optimization contest (Goat): Friday Nov. 4, 10:00-12:00
Presentation of MMC solutions: Saturday Nov. 5, starting at 9:30
Closing of the tournament, announcement of results: Sunday Nov. 6 at 11:00



4.11 The results, tasks and solutions of the MATs are published

3.11 The terms of verification and the format of appeals have been announced

30.10 See the “Questions and answers” in the Mammoth section


Instruction 2022

Problem  Data (xls)  Data (csv)

Questions and answers

Presentation «What is mathematical modeling?» K.Avilov



Task 1 (senior) Task 1 (junior)

Task 2 (all) Task 3 (all)

The results

Appeal 4.11 from 15:00 to 20:00 in the DLC. To appeal, attach the file in the appropriate section.

Solutions of MATS


Solutions senior  Solutions junior 

Chat to MAU chat during the contest

The results will be 5.11, 9:00. Appeal 5.11 from 9:00 to 13:00 in the DLC. To appeal, attach the file in the appropriate section.




Optimization contest

DLC  info

 Chat Nov. 4 10:00-12:15

The results will be available during the day Nov. 5. There is no appeal.

Participation fees

All Russian and international participants are freed from the participation fee, with the number of participating teams being limited to 2 per educational institution (school)

Registration at the Tournament

All participating teams must be registered via the Personal Account system of AESC MSU. Registration is closed.


The participating high-school students must be organized into teams of no more than 4 members who represent a school, a study group, a town, or a region and are accompanied by an advisor/coach. It is acceptable that teams may comprise students from different schools, towns, or regions.

There are two grade-based Leagues in the Tournament: Junior League (grades 8—9) and Senior League (grades 10—11 for Russian participants, 10—12 for foreign participants). All members of a team compete in the events of the same League determined by the highest grade among the team’s members.


  • Development and popularization of the new for Russian high-schools modern high-tech education trends: applied mathematics, mathematical modelling, STEM.
  • Networking between physical-and-mathematical (natural science) schools in Russia and abroad.
  • Familiarization of students and teachers with new forms and formats of mathematical competitions.
  • [Not for 2022] Sightseeing of Moscow for the students and teachers from other regions of Russia and for the foreign guests.


MMT-2022 will be an online event.


The Organizing Committee will answer your questions via the email



MMT had replaced the Mathematical Multiathlon competition that had been held for 10 years before that. The principal difference between the two competitions is in the subject matter of tasks and problems.

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(4) MMT


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