You're currently on the Archived AMT website. Please click through to the new site.
 
  AMC Problems Committees meet to set 2013 papers

First posted Sunday 20 May 2012, updated Saturday 16 June 2012.

[AMC PC]

The Australian Mathematics Competition Primary Schools Problems Committee has met in Sydney on 16 and 17 June to frame the 2013 papers, based on submissions and discussions via the internet in preceding months.

Here they are, from left Karen Diehl (Newcastle), Anthony Telford (Canberra), Jillian Neale (Perth), Mike Clapper (Sale, Vic, Chairman and AMT Executive Director designate), Professor Jacqui Ramagge (Wollongong), Professor Peter Taylor (AMT Executive Director, Canberra), Warren Atkins (Newcastle), Gregory Taylor (Canberra), Jan Cavanagh (Brisbane), Brett Darcy (Adelaide), Jim Green (Lismore), Lei Bao (Alvie, Vic).

[AMC PC]

The Australian Mathematics Competition Secondary Schools Problems Committee has met over the weekend of 19 and 20 May to basically frame the 2013 papers, based on submissions and discussions via the internet in preceding months.

Here they are, from left Professor Paul Vaderlind (University of Stockholm, guest member), Dr Andrei Storozhev (ACT), Mike Clapper (Vic, Principal Gippsland Grammar, VIC, Chairman of Committee and Designate Executive Director of AMT from 2013), Holly Gyton (SCEGGS, Darlinghurst, NSW), Alan Parris, Linwood College (Christchurch, NZ), Warren Atkins (Newcastle), Professor Derek Holton (Melbourne, Vic), Anne Hastings (Principal, Emanuel College, Sydney NSW), John Carty (ACT Department of Education), Dr Norman Do (Monash University and former IMO Silver Medalist), Dr Andrew Kepert (University of Newcastle and former IMO Bronze Medalist), Janet Hunt (WA), Professor Peter Taylor (AMT Executive Director).

Jane Breidahl (Vic) attended the meeting but is missing from the photo, while Dr Martin Ward (Australian National University) was unable to attend.

The papers will undergo four stages of moderation, involving about 50 moderators, during the remainder of 2012 before finalisation.

 

 
 
Copyright 2007 Australian Mathematics Trust, All Rights Reserved