Dürer is a traditional proof-based competition, where the teams have 3 hours to solve 5 problems.
In Hungary the competition is held in 4 categories, of which the most challenging one (E+) is designed for competitors who actively take part in olympiad training. In this category, most teams include a student who has taken part in an international olympiad (IMO, MEMO, EGMO, RMM), or is about to qualify for one in the same academic year. Category E is most suitable for competitors with no experience in olympiad mathematics.
We would like to invite teams of 3 high school students (they might attend different high schools). The deadline for applications is 17th November 2023 23:59 CET, you can apply via an official location or by filling out the application form. The competition is held on 24th November 2023 at 14:00 CET. The problems will appear on our website (https://durerinfo.hu) in English and the teams will have time to submit the solutions via e-mail until 17:30 CET (in English, scanned in legible quality or typed). After the solutions are marked the teams will receive an online certificate.
In Category E+ the top 5 teams (1 per country) will be invited to participate in the finals online on 9-10 February 2024.
We invite schools and other institutions to apply as an official location, in this case feel free to contact us.
The problems from previous years are available in English on our website at https://durerinfo.hu/problems/. The participation is free of charge.
If you have any questions, check our Q&A below or contact us at email@example.com.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about the International Dürer Competition
Any school or institute can apply as an official location. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The organizers of that location can decide whether they want to translate the problems to their language or keep it in English.
- In case it is English, we offer to mark the papers of 50 teams from Europe, with preference for students without an official location. Therefore we are asking all locations to organise the marking for themselves if possible.
- For teams outside of Europe we will organise foreign marking teams. A marking scheme will be sent to them in order to keep marking consistent.
- If the location decides to translate the problems, we will send the problems in advance to allow time for translation. After the competition they will also receive the marking scheme and will have to mark the papers themselves.
Due to the expected significant rise in the number of competing teams and since our resources are finite, in case we receive too many applications we cannot guarantee that we will be able to mark all papers. Therefore we are asking all locations to organise the marking for themselves if possible.
We will send certificates electronically to every participating team about their place in that location. They will also see their result compared to all other (including Hungarian) competitors too.
If your team wants to take part in the competition at an official location, please write an e-mail to the location.
The current official locations: