Mathematical Olympiad

The Mathematical Olympiad is a mathematics competition in which young people from all over Switzerland who are enthusiastic about mathematics can exchange ideas and compete against each other. The competition consists of several rounds as well as numerous preparatory meetings and a week-long camp for the finalists. Our goal is to share our enthusiasm for mathematics with young people, to support them intellectually and for them to gain valuable professional and social experience together with their peers. You can read more about the Olympiad here.

Second Round - Final Results

In addition to the direct qualified participants, ten others received a Wildcard and can participate at the Final Round. They are

 

Ivan VoevodskiiLucio IneichenAisha AzhgaliyevaElias Baumann
Jovian SoejonoAndrej ŠeveraEmil SpiessJanik Kobler
Noelia CheriditoHongjia Meng  

 

as well as Tobias Marxer and Leonhard Hasler from Liechtenstein. Congratulations to all of them.

 

 

Additionally, the 4 best female participants Anna Kokorich, Evelyn Ebneter, Lena Libort and Aisha Azhgaliyeva will represent Switzeraldn at EGMO 2023, which will take place in Slovenia in April. Congratulations to them.

 

 

Last but not least, bravo to the 14 participants qualified for the Junior Camp, which will take place in June. The following people are qualified:

 

Emil SpiessHongjia MengSvenja FelberGilles Bärtschi
Benoît Schmit Simona SchwingYuanheng LiuKaiwen Zhang
Aliaksei BadnarchukIshan ShahJulius ScherlerMaximilian Alexandrov
Myriam FaltinPranavendrareddy TammireddyAmélie RocherYuxuan Xiao

 

Congratulations to everyone who participated!

Second Round Results

On Saturday morning, the second round exam took place in Zurich, Lausanne and Lugano and the corrections are now complete. This year, the cutoff to be in the top 18 and directly qualified for the Final Round was 31 points. Bravo to Anna Kokorich, Bora Olmez and Mathys Douma for their perfect score of 42 points! The following people are qualified:

 

Anna KokorichBora OlmezMathys DoumaAanya Goyal
Felix XuJerry SchuppMohamed BouchouataJonah Osterwalder
Louis RennerEvelyn EbneterMark NeumannEric Wermelinger
Fynn KrebserIvan PoulyChengjie HuFelizian Vocke
David ReichmuthLena Libort  

 

Seven other contestants will also qualify as wildcards. These will be chosen at the end of December.

 

Second Round Meetings

The three second round meetings took place throughout autumn. Qualified participants were able to attend the preparation courses and train with numerous exercises.
If you missed one of the courses you can find the scripts and exercises here. You can also practice with exams from previous years which you can find here.
The second round exam will take place on Saturday 17 December at 10 am in Zurich, Lausanne and Lugano. If you have any questions, you can send us an e-mail: . Good luck!

 

First Round Results

The first round took place during the month of September and is now finished. In total 1692 participants took the test, 1115 in the senior category and 577 in the junior category. Congratulations to all of them for their efforts.

 

Among all the participants, 265 have qualified for the meetings and the second round which will take place during the next three months. Congratulations to Emil Spiess, Jakob Ehlers and Chenhe Fan who ranked highest in the junior category with 454, 396 and 377 points, and to Marco Vaccaro, Aanya Goyal and Mark Neumann who obtained the best scores in the senior category with 446, 412 and 405 points.

 

 

First round: join us

The first round of the Swiss Mathematical Olympiad has started. You can participate online throughout the month of September or ask your math teacher to participate in class. Sign up and participate here. You can find more information on this website. Good luck!

 

A successful IMO 2022 in Oslo

After the previous two International Mathematical Olympiads (IMO) were held virtually, this year's IMO took place as an in person event in Oslo in July. Switzerland was represented by our very successful team, consisting of Bora Olmez, Elia Steinfeld, Felix Xu, Mathys Douma, Ricardo Olivo und Yanta Wang. Bora, Mathys, Ricardo and Yanta secured four Bronze medals, and Elia and Felix completed an excellent team result with two honourable mentions! 

 

FLTR: Felix, Bora, Mathys, Yanta, Ricardo, Elia

Further congratulations to Tobias Marxer, who formed the Liechtenstein team and was also awarded with an honorable mention!  

 

Medienmitteilung

Resultate

The Final Round 2022 is over!

The 25 Swiss finalists and the two participants from Liechtenstein spent an exciting week in Aarburg, filled with plenty of cool mathematical problems, but also many rounds of our favourite game Tichu and other games and sports.

 

 

At the end of the week, the 27 students demonstrated their skills during two four-hour exams. Congratulations to all 12 medalists, and especially to Mathys Douma, who scored 43 points and emerged as the winner of this year’s Final round!

 

 

Our twelve medalists and the three Wildcard recipients now move on to the team selection for this year’s International and Middle European Mathematical Olympiads. Furthermore, Emily Dikhoff, Evelyn Ebneter, Moyang Zhang and Yanta Wang will represent Switzerland at this year’s European Girl’s Mathematical Olympiad in Hungary in April.

 

And finally, a big round of applause to all the participants for your great efforts and results!

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