From March 11 to March 16 2022 the 7th Caucasus Mathematical Olympiad finally comes to Maykop. The Olympiad programme and participation requirements are already available on the official website.

City Integral returns to Maykop! The thrilling game has become a true symbol of the iconic Caucasus Mathematical Olympiad, one of the main math events of the spring. City Integral is carried out as a part of Running City, a countrywide project, and will surely attract fans of non-trivial math problems and outdoor activities.

12 March 2023

The third day of the Caucasian Mathematical Olympiad is finally over.

March 11 marked the end of the second round of the Caucasian Mathematical Olympiad where the participants had to solve another host of challenging problems.

12 March 2023

Mathematics consists in proving the most obvious thing in the least obvious way. – George Pólya

The second day of the Caucasian Mathematical Olympiad has come to an end!

10 March 2023

One of the brightest events in the world of mathematics ― the 8th Caucasian Mathematical Olympiad ― finally started on March 9, 2023, hosted by Adyghe State University.

MATHEMATICAL GUESTROOM. “FLEXIBLE POLYHEDRA” A. GAIFULLIN

The “Mathematical Guestroom” at the Caucasus Mathematical Center hosts public lectures and meetings with leading mathematicians whose contribution into science is invaluable.The second guest of the “Mathematical Guestroom” was Alexandr Gaifullin (Corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Science, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics).

Rules of Life. Live from October 22, 2018 (Culture Channel)

Daud Mamiy is telling about Mathematical Park to the Alexei Begak, host of the “Rules of Life”

News Program of Maykop TV from October 10, 2018 “Experimental Economics” by A. Filatov

Alexander Filatov (Far Eastern Federal University)

Experimental Economics is a part of economics that researches human behavior and tests the predictions of the economics theory in the conditions of a controlled experiment. The experiments in economics are analogous to the ones in Physics, Chemistry and other natural sciences. The only difference is that their subjects are people who make the economics decisions in experimental laboratories or computer classes where they play games. During the lecture, the audience got introduced to the basics of experimental economics, learned about interesting examples, and took part in some real-life experiments.

“Mathematics As a Pleasure” (in Russian)

Daud Mamiy (Deputy Head of the Caucasus Mathematical Center, Chair of the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science at ASU, director of the Regional School of Sciences and Mathematics) will show that Mathematics is beautiful and one can get pleasure from solving problems.