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Plenary lecture – The Ternary Goldbach Problem by Harald Helfgott

VJIMC 2016

will be held at the University of Ostrava on Friday, 8th April 2016.
All students interested in Mathematics are welcome.

The exact rules of the competition are here.

To take part in the 26th Annual Vojtěch Jarník International Mathematical Competition you have to fill in the registration form. Deadlines for registrations are 11th March 2016 for universities and 4th April 2016 for competitors.

Deadline for sending proposed problems: 1st April 2016

The fee of participation was 600 CZK (approx. 20 EUR) for every competitor. The fee was paid personally (in cash) at the registration desk after arrival at the University of Ostrava. If you wish to pay the competition fee by a bank transfer, ask the organizers to provide you the bank transfer details.

Travel and accommodation costs are not covered by the organiser.
Accommodation are not managed by the organiser. However, this link could be useful.

The organisers can write and send an invitation and/or confirmation letter for pursuing visa when demanded by the participants.

We prepared some trips for participants. For more information check our Buddy program.

Do not hesitate to contact us in the case of any queries or requests.

You can print the poster and show it to the public: VJIMC26_poster.pdf

VJIMC 2011
The Vojtěch Jarník International Mathematical Competition is held at the University of Ostrava every year in March or April. The competition is intended for university students who are interested in Mathematics.
It is the oldest mathematical competition for university students in the European Union.
The competition was established in 1991 by a student of a student of Vojtěch Jarník and nowadays it is organized by students of a student of a student of Vojtěch Jarník.

Competition Overview
There are two categories of competitors:
Category I is intended for a university student who does not attend and has not completed the 3rd year of the university studies of Mathematics (or similar branch) and who is less than 22 years old on the day of the Competition.
Category II is intended for a university student who has not completed university studies of Mathematics (or similar branch) and is less than 25 years old on the day of the Competition.

Competitors solve usually four problems in four hours. Problems are chosen by the jury which consists of university delegates.

In the table below there is a complete historical overview of the Competition including some photos. You are very welcome to try to solve the problems yourself without any hints which can be finally found in the "Solutions" section.

26th Annual Competition (8th April 2016) Jury
Category I: 75 competitors 35 universities Results Problems Solutions Some
Photos
Chairman:
G. Kós
Category II: 79 competitors Results Problems Solutions

COME, SOLVE, WIN and make your university famous!

University of Ostrava    University, which won 5 times   University, which did not win

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