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AMT’s Olympiad programs are supported by the Australian Government Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources through Inspiring Australia – Science Engagement Programme. The Olympiad programs are also supported by the National Sponsor of the Australian Informatics and Mathematical Olympiads, Optiver.
All-female Australian team to head to Georgia for 2024 European Girls’ Mathematical Olympiad Download the PDF version here The 2024 European Girls’ Mathematical Olympiad (EGMO) Australian team has been announced, with four female high school students heading to Georgia to compete from 11-17 April 2024. “We are thrilled to announce this year’s EGMO team. Three
AMT is the new home for the Bebras Challenge in Australia The Australian Maths Trust (AMT) is excited to announce our new role as the National Bebras Organiser for Australia. The Bebras Challenge (Bebras) is an international computational thinking challenge for primary and secondary school students. Around 3 million students globally participate in the challenge
Congratulations to all the students who participated in the 2023 Australian Mathematics Competition! Our highest achieving Australian students have been acknowledged at award ceremonies held in every state and territory around the country in October and November. Around 500 students, along with families, friends and teachers, attended these events to celebrate their success and to
Australia’s brightest informatics students have competed at the International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI), held 28 August to 4 September 2023 in Szeged, Hungary. “Informatics” is competitive computer programming – using mathematics and coding to solve problems. The IOI is the highest-level pre-tertiary competition of its sort in the world, with 87 countries and 350 students
Six of Australia’s top mathematics students have participated in the 64th annual International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) in Japan. The team was awarded five medals and an honourable mention, helping Australia rank 23rd out of the 112 countries that took part in this year’s competition. Australia’s sustained excellence on this international stage continues with Australian teams
Australia’s newest batch of Olympiad stars will be announced on Monday 19 June at Australian Parliament House – and every one of them is still in high school. Minister for Industry and Science, the Hon Ed Husic MP, will reveal the names of 31 of the nation’s brightest young scientists and mathematicians who are
AMT and ISI are thrilled to announce the teams for the 2023 International Olympiads. Nathan Ford, CEO, AMT, delivered an inspiring speech to the talented Olympians, emphasising the crucial elements of confidence, creativity, and the unwavering belief in their own problem-solving capabilities. Read his empowering speech below. Thank you, Graham. Good morning everyone – my
The Australian Maths Trust (AMT) and the University of New South Wales (UNSW) have signed a partnership agreement that will support the continued growth and development of student engagement with computer science in Australia. As part of the agreement, AMT’s Informatics (Computer Science) Olympiad selection school and training programs will be hosted at the