Students of South Ural State University took part in the 3ed round of the Open International Online Student Olympiad held at Volga State University of Technology.
The Olympiad in Mathematics, which took place in the city of Yoshkar-Ola (the Mari El Republic), brought together 94 students from leading higher education institutions of Russian cities and regions: Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Kazan, Novosibirsk, Sochi, Tomsk, Primorsk, Belgorod, Obninsk, Yaroslavl, Volgograd, Samara, Ufa, Voronezh, Perm, Omsk, the Altai region, Mordovia, Chuvashia, Kalmykia, and Dagestan. The competition also featured students from abroad: Slovenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Turkmenia and Kyrgyzstan.
The team of South Ural State University included the following students of the Institute of Natural Sciences and Mathematics: Kirill Nebero (ET-112), Aleksey Antsiferov (ET-315) and Maksim Samburskiy (ET-313).
Olympiad assignments were very time-consuming, but our students handled the difficult tasks and brought home rewards, medals and honorary credentials.
Aleksey Antsiferov slightly missed the Gold and got a second-degree certificate and a silver medal in Mathematics of the Specialized profile (intended for profound studying pf the discipline).
Kirill Nebero got a third-degree certificate and a bronze medal in Mathematics of the Specialized profile (intended for profound studying pf the discipline).
Maksim Samburskiy was awarded a certificate for free-of-charge participation in a project entitled “Federal online examination for graduates of Bachelor’s studies (FIEB)”, which is to be held in 2020 by the sponsor of the Olympiad, the NRI of Education Quality Monitoring.
The accompanying supervisor of the team, senior lecturer of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Programming, Dina Abdrakhimova, received a certificate for acting as a jury, as well as letters of appreciation to the Rector of SUSU, Aleksabdr Shestakov, and to all leadership of the university for their cooperation in arrangement of students’ participation in the Olympiad.
The team’s coach in Mathematics is Associate Professor of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Programming, C.Sc. Aleksandr Evnin.