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Longtime AMT board member Emeritus Professor Cheryl Praeger AM FAA has been awarded the 2019 Prime Minister’s Prize for Science in recognition of her incredible contribution to mathematics research and education in Australia and around the world. Professor Praeger is well known for inspiring new generations of mathematicians from her base at The University
It’s time for the Australian Maths Trust (AMT) to celebrate the achievements of our Australian students and teachers for 2019. We are seeking nominations for our 2019 AMT Inspiring Student and AMT Teacher Awards in each state. Further details on the AMC Awards criteria can be found here: https://www.amt.edu.au/amc-awards-criteria The AMT Inspiring Student Award is awarded to an Australian high-school student who
Australia’s informatics team has continued its tradition of stellar international performances at the International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI) in Azerbaijan. The IOI was held in Baku, Azerbaijan, from August 4-11 and official results have now been released. The Australians competed against teams from 86 other countries, scoring one gold, one silver and two bronze medals
The Australian Maths Trust (AMT) has successfully bid to host the 2025 International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) in Melbourne.
This month we sent six incredible young men to represent Australia at the International Mathematical Olympiad in Bath, United Kingdom and they have done their country proud. Now that the team is back on home soil, we are celebrating another brilliant result, with the team receiving two gold medals, one silver and three bronze medals,
64 Western Australia and South Australian school students returned to The University of Western Australia from the 15-18 July during the school holidays to wrap up the 2019 digIT program. digIT is a Government funded program administered by the Australian Mathematics Trust. Over the past several months, the digIT students have been busy exploring a
Monday 24 July was a time of celebration for 27 students who were announced as Australia’s representatives for this year’s international mathematics and science Olympiads at the Australian Olympiad Team Announcement (AOTA) held at Parliament house. These students have spent hundreds of hours in preparation to be selected to take on the world’s best. Proud
Four Aussie girls represented Australia in the 2019 European Girls Mathematical Olympiad (EGMO) in Kyiv, Ukraine. Our team competed against 196 young women from 49 countries and achieved an outstanding result, winning two silver medals and two honorable mentions for Australia. The team smashed expectations with Australia placing 14th out of 50 counties.
Great teachers should always be celebrated and Sydney University will be doing just that this month, holding an interdisciplinary STEM-based conference to celebrate the life of Associate Professor Leon Poladian.
The Australian Mathematics Trust (AMT) is celebrating the achievements of our students and teachers for 2018 at our annual state award ceremonies.
Four Australian programming whizzes stepped up to the challenge at this year’s International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI) and scooped up three medals.
Today over 190,000 young Australian students will be sitting the Australian Mathematics Competition (AMC). It is one of Australia’s largest single educational events.