Honorable mention at the 61st International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO 2020)

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Honorable mention at the 61st International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO 2020)

An honourable mention was presented to our student of 12th Grade, Ioannis Dimoulios at the 61st International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO 2020) which was held online by Russia from 18 to 28 of September.

IMO Advisory Board decided each of the participating countries to compete in their home country following established rules to ensure the integrity of the contest and the validity of the results.

In addition, Ioannis was chosen as a member of the National Team that will represent our country in the 37th Balkan Mathematical Olympiad (BMO 2020).

The selection for the students that will take part in the National Team was made after adding up the total points of the fourteen (14)  students that competed in the competitions of Archimedes, Preliminary selection and International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO 2020). The first six (6) students that received the highest score will represent our country in the 37th Balkan Mathematical Olympiad (BMO 2020).

It is worth mentioning the names from previous Balkans and Mathematical Olympiads:


International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO)

Gold medal: Vasilis Georgiadis, Brazil 2017
Silver medal: Rafael Tsiamis, Brazil 2017
Evangelos Taratoris, Kazakhstan 2010
Bronze medal: Rafael Tsiamis, Hong Kong 2016

Balkan Mathematical Olympiad (BMO)

Gold medal: Vasilis Georgiadis, SFRY 2017
Silver medal: Rafael Tsiamis, Serbia 2018, SFRY 2017, Albania 2016
Evangelos Taratoris, Moldavia 2010
Bronze medal: Vasilis Georgiadis, Albania 2016
Giorgos Venizelos, Hellas 2015
Rafael Ketsetsidis, Hellas 2015
Apostolos Panagiotopoulos, Hellas 2015
Evangelos Taratoris, Serbia 2009

Junior Balkan Mathematical Olympiad (JBMO)

Gold medal: Konstantinos Konstantinidis, Online 2020

Rafael Tsiamis, Serbia 2015

Silver medal: Panagiotis Liampas, Online 2020

Mihaela Konstantinidou, Cyprus 2019

Rafael Tsiamis, SFRY 2014
Bronze medal: Konstantinos Konstantinidis, Cyprus 2019
Orfeas Ploiaridis, Rumania  2016
Parmenion Koutsogeorgos, SFRY 2014
Giorgos Venizelos, Turkey 2013
Nikolaos Kalosidis, Turkey 2013

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