Bulgaria (IP) - Sharif University of Technology students shined in the 30th International Mathematics Competition.

Iran PressEurope: Iranian students achieved great success at the 30th International Mathematics Competition for Bulgarian Students, winning four gold medals, one silver medal, and one diploma of honor.

The Sharif University of Technology mathematics team, consisting of six members led by Javad Ebrahimi Boroojeni, achieved 9th place in a recent mathematics competition.

Gold medals were awarded in this competition to Ali Mirzaei Anari, Amir Mohammad Qavi, Javad Farrokh-Nejad, and Mohammad Shahverdi.

Mehdi Shawoli was awarded the silver medal in the competition, and Nima Amoui Mobaraki was granted an honorary diploma.

University College London (UCL) held a competition at the American University of Blagograd, Bulgaria (AUBG) from July 30 to August 6.

Every year, the IMC holds competitions that bring together university students from all over the world. These competitions are open to students in their first, second, third, or fourth year of university who are no older than 23. The questions in the competition cover topics in algebra, qualitative and quantitative data analysis, geometry, and combinations presented in English.

Seventy teams consisting of around 400 students from various universities worldwide participated. The team representing the universities of St. Petersburg, Russia, scored 310.57 points and secured the first position. The Jagiellonian University team from Poland came in second with 270.67 points at the 30th International Mathematics Competition. 


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