Tournament of Towns in Toronto
Summer Conference
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The Tournament of Towns Summer Conference unites the brightest and the most promising young international students with the cutting-edge, world-renown Mathematics researchers.

During the conference, leading mathematicians invite the participating students to immerse themselves into one of the several current streams of mathematical research through problem solving.

Usually research is divided into few stages, starting from moderately hard, advancing to quite complicated, and often ending with the problems the answer to which is unknown yet.

Solving the conference's problems requires a substantial time commitment and considerable intellectual effort. Several days are given for the participants' attempts, which can either be individual or collaborative. Frequently, the proposed solution is the consolidated effort of several people working as a team.

Around the world, the leading Mathematics researchers agree that The Tournament of Towns Summer Conference is the place where high-class mathematicians are being born. It is truly hard to overestimate the benefits of the event.

Only the best students with the highest results in The Tournament of Towns get invited to the Conference. Consequently, it is considered to be a big privilege to be on the list of the participants.

The Summer Conference is organized by The Tournament of Towns' Central Committee, headed by Nikolay Konstantinov, and the Moscow Centre for Continuous Mathematical Education.


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