We have postponed the 2020 Olympiad Scheduled August 28th 2020, and The 2021 Competition will take place April 23rd, 2021
Thank you for your understanding in these difficult times.
Your safety is our top priority*
*** Please Note: The Olympiad will be observing proper 6-foot social distancing requirements, per the CDC and UCCS.
We will require Face Coverings for both the Competition and the Award Ceremony
Thank you for your cooperation***
The new date of the 2020 Soifer Mathematical Olympiad Competition and Award Ceremony is: Friday, April 23, 2021
Check-in and Registration: 8:00 a.m. to 8:50 a.m. in Berger Hall Competition begins promptly at 9:00 a.m.
Participants compete to solve five problems and the chance to win valuable prizes including calculators, software and scholarships.
For a better understanding of what the Soifer Mathematical Olympiad is all about, please watch the documentary:
“Thirtieth Colorado Math Olympiad – 30 Years of Excellence”
On YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EOTiA4YWU-k
For complete information on the Olympiad event, awards, registration, and event overview please go to: Olympiad Event Details & Guidelines.
Thirtieth Colorado Mathmatical Olympiad – 30 Years of Excellence Video
What the best mathematicians are saying…
“I am almost speechless facing the ingenuity and inventiveness demonstrated in the problems proposed in the third decade of these Olympics. However, equally impressive is the drive and persistence of the originator and living soul of them. It is hard for me to imagine the enthusiasm and commitment needed to work singlehandedly on such and endeavor over several decades.”
– Branko Grünbaum, University of Washington
“…The Olympiad problems were very good from the beginning, but in the third decade the problems have become extraordinarily good. Every brace of 5 problems is a work of art. The harder individual problems range in quality from brilliant to work of genius…”
– Peter D. Johnson, Jr., Auburn University
In the 36 years of the Colorado Mathematical Olympiad, over 19,000 students have participated during 1984-2019. They have written over 95,000 essays, and were awarded over $395,000 in prizes.
The Olympiad is a unique joint effort of school districts, schools, industry, University of Colorado, and State government.
We hope to see YOU at the:
2020 Soifer Mathematical Olympiad
Friday, April 24, 2020
Awards Ceremony will be the following Friday – May 1, 2020
University Center – Berger Hall
2019 First, Second, Third Place Prize Winners
and SMO Chairman Alexander Soifer
(left to right)
Quinn Perian (2nd), Rahul Thomas (2nd) Kyle Wang (2nd, Not shown), CMO Chairman Alexander Soifer, Austen Mazenko (1st), Ellie Greyson (3rd)
For inquiries send email to: Dr. Alexander Soifer 719.255.1234 or email email@example.com
The University of Colorado Colorado Springs is located at:
1420 Austin Bluffs Parkway
Colorado Springs, CO 80918, USA
University of Colorado Colorado Springs
1420 Austin Bluffs Parkway
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80918