International Organizing Committee
The International Organizing Committee of ITYM is formed of mathematicians from the former host countries of the tournament. The IOC meets regularly to discuss the regulations and write the problems. During the tournament, the IOC and some invited international mathematicians form the International Jury.
Animath and Local Organizing Committee
The 10th ITYM in Paris will be organized by Association Animath.
Animath is a French non-profit organization founded in 1998. Its goal is to promote the practice of mathematics for young people, from elementary school to university.
Animath has a long history of organizing mathematical competitions and summer camps, at national and international level. The association is supported by the main research and teaching organizations involved in mathematics and computer science and is accredited by the Ministry for Education as an “educational association, complementary to the public educational system”.
The ITYM 2018 is organized by a team of volunteers from Association Animath. Most members of the Local Organizing Committee are former participants of the ITYM or its French version, the French Tournament of Young Mathematicians. Their work is purely voluntary.
Our volunteers: We need you!
The tournament is organized by mathematicians and students, on a purely voluntary basis. We are always looking for new volunteers, so if you want to join the team and give us a hand, please contact us!
We warmly thank all our partners and sponsors, who decided to invest in mathematical excellence and promotion of knowledge. Without them, the competition could not happen!
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