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University of Thessaloniki Students Bring Back 5 Medals from Intern’l Math Competition

August 20, 2019
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A group of students from the Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki returned to their university’s home base with five medals from the International Mathematics Competition-IMC in Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria .

The seven students competed with fellow college students in Algebra, Mathematical Analysis, Geometry and Combinatorics, garnering a silver medal, four bronze ones and two honorary mentions among a total of 360 competitors from 64 countries.

There were first-, second- and third-year students students, mostly from the University of Thessaloniki’s engineering department. They were selected through a competition held by the Mathematics Dept. in May 2019, and their trip was funded by the university.

They were accompanied by a professor of the department at the competition, which took place at the American University of Bulgaria, organized by University College London.

It’s the sixth year University of Thessaloniki takes part in it.

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