3rd INTERNATIONAL TEAM
MATHEMATICAL MODELLING TOURNAMENT
FOR HIGH-SCHOOL STUDENTS
Due to the epidemic situation in Moscow, the 3rd team Mathematical Modelling Tournament for high-school students (MMT) will be held in an online format.
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.
Opening ceremony of the Mathematical Modelling Tournament
timing Moscow time, UTC+3h
Opening of the Tournament, introductory lecture, Saturday 21 Nov., 11:00
MMC (Mammoth): start: Saturday 21 Nov., 13:00, issuing of the problem; end: Tuesday 24 Nov., 13:00, solution submission deadline.
MATS (Primate): Sunday 22 Nov., 10:00-12:00
MAU (Losbter): Monday 23 Nov., 10:00-12:00
Optimization contest (Goat): Wednesday 24 Nov., 10:00-12:00
Presentation of MMC solutions: Friday 27 Nov., starting at 9:30
Closing of the tournament, announcement of results: Sunday 29 Nov, 11:00
Registration at the Tournament
All participating teams must be registered via the Personal Account system of AESC MSU. Registration is over 17 th of November 2020, 07:00 (Moscow time, UTC+3).
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.
- Sightseeing of Moscow for the students and teachers from other regions of Russia and for the foreign guests.