A stimulating and enjoyable experience for 15-17-year-old Maths enthusiasts from all over the world.

Module 1: Pure Maths

Group Theory

Module 2: Modelling 

Logistic Mapping, Predator-Prey, Mechanics of a bicycle, Modelling Pandemic (SIR)

August 2-6, 2021

August 9-13, 2021

The online camp will deliver some of the mathematical content designed for the residential camp 2021, cancelled due to the Covid crisis. Next residential camp will be in the South of France in August 2022.

Our goal is that students build friendships through their Mathematics and appreciate the importance of collaboration in Maths.

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T W O M O D U L E S : 6 5 0 E U R O S

2 experienced international teachers for maximum support. Each Module:20hrs (4 hrs a day for 5 days).

25 participants max.

Go to to see more and register!

Middle School Competition 2021

Hello ISMTF schools,

In order to make sure a middle school competition happens this year, we at the International school of Toulouse have agreed to work with ISMTF to organise. It has been a strange year and very difficult for many. We were so grateful to be able to take part in the junior competition and keen to do what we can to make sure all our younger students can take part too. We have made a few compromises to make this happen so we can fit it in. We hope that you will all understand. ISMTF is always keen to hear from volunteer schools for hosting competitions so if you would rather it was done a different way then that is one of the advantages of hosting!!! So here is the plan. If you think this can work for you then please sign up! We hope to have lots of students competing on the day.

  • The competition will take place on Friday, 4th June, 2021 between 9:00 am and 12:30 pm (Central European time)
  • Where possible, please make sure that students are entered in teams of three and are together in the same room being supervised by at least two teachers from the school.
  • Students must have birthdays on or after August 1st, 2006 to qualify
  • Each team will need access to one computer to enter their answers
  • We will encourage all participants to begin at the same time, but the timer on the exercises begins when the team begins.
  • There will be 3 x 40 minute rounds during the morning with 2 x 30 minute breaks in between the rounds 
  • Where schools are closed and students are competing from home, we ask the school to be responsible for making sure that the 3 students can work together via an online platform of your choice and that one team member is responsible for entering the answers.
  • In addition, we ask schools to ensure that individual students are being supervised by someone at home for the duration in the spirit of keeping the competition honest. We will rely on schools to manage this.
  • We remind you that no calculators are allowed and that students are only using pencil and paper to work on problems.

How to register….

Before you begin the registration process, please make sure that you have done the following:

  • Collated the names and dates of birth of the participating students and organised them into teams of three. You will be asked to enter them as teams of three.
  • If you have an incomplete team, that is fine as long as your students are ok with it.
  • Make sure that you have downloaded the word document template for submitting your questions. Read those instructions carefully and please give some time and thought to your questions. Registration depends on submitting completed questions as described on the template.
  • Places are not limited so if you register in time and pay then your students will be a part of it. We would rather you took your time to write good questions.
  • Registration needs to be complete by the end of the day on Sunday, 23rd May, although we would greatly appreciate anyone that can do so beforehand so we can begin compiling the questions.
  • Registrations will not be accepted after that date.
  • Registration costs 37 euros per student.

For questions about the competition, please email Jim Noble at

For any issues with registration, please contact…..

After registration is complete, Jim will be in touch with all participating schools with further relevant information about the competition.

Thanks for reading and for your support….

Registration: Middle School Competition 2021

1 . School Name
2 . Coaches
3 . Team Members
4 . Invoice Details

Senior Competition 2019

American International School – Vienna
March 16th – 17th, 2019
Schools arrive March 15th, 2019

Competition Information
AIS Vienna is looking forward to hosting this school year ISMTF Senior Math Competition. This information document gives you an overview of the competition and together with the supporting documents you will have everything you need to move forward.

Deadline: December 3, 2018 – For Roster, Questions & Payment

To be fully registered for this competition you must submit the completed roster document, submit your questions and pay the registration fee to AIS (80 Euros per participant/coach)

Schools can bring a max of 6 students (2 teams). The maximum number of participants for this tournament is 200.

The registration fee includes, among the usual cost for running the competition, lunch and snacks (Saturday/Sunday – at the school). Also included are transportation to and from AIS to the Hotel Kaiser Franz Joseph on Saturday and Sunday and transportation from AIS to the airport/train station after the competition. All dealings with the hotel must be by yourself

Hotel Kaiser Franz Joseph – Direct link to book hotel rooms: Deutsch and English
Single rooms €78 / Double rooms €42 / Triple rooms €38 / Quad rooms €38
All prices per person and that includes breakfast
Note: rooms have been reserved until the beginning of November. After which we need to try to open a new block of rooms. You do not need to stay at this hotel, but transportation will only be provided in the morning from this one.

Please see: GETTING TO THE HOTEL for more information
Please see: Dinner Options Around the Hotel for more information.

Please indicate your school name and “ISMTF 2019” on your transfer
American International School Vienna
IBAN AT971400007210046733

Please complete ISMTFSeniorMath_Roster_Travel2019 before the deadline

Please see ISMTFSeniorMath_Questions2019 for more information

Please see ISMTFSeniorMath_PreliminarySchedule for more information


Travel, logistics and general questions:
Nick DeForest

Math related questions and completion question submissions:
Cindy Harrison