The August Möbius Contest was founded in 1997 to provide financial support to Russian undergraduate and graduate students - authors of the best works in mathematics. The aim of the contest is to help young mathematicians to carry out scientific research in Russia.
The contest is funded and organized by the "Möbius Contest", a nonprofit foundation for support of young scientists, together with the Independent University of Moscow (IUM).
Participants of the Contest must be full-time undergraduate or graduate students of any Russian university (also, full-time graduates students of research institutions), having this status as of June 1 of the year when the contest is held.
Each participant submits an independent work in mathematics (or mathematically rigorous work in mathematical physics).
Winners of the Contest are awarded a monthly grant for 1 or 2 years provided the winner lives in Russia.
Young scientists are welcome to take part in our Contest!
||We invite everybody interested in the Möebius contest to subscribe to our page at VK.
November 21, 2018 the final round of the 22nd Möbius Contest was held in the conference-hall of the Independent University of Moscow. The Contest results you can see on our web-site.
November 10, 2018. The Jury of the 22nd Möbius Contest at its meeting decided to invite 6 participants in the nomination "Undergraduates and Graduates" and 5 participants in the nomination "Undergraduates" to the final round of the contest, to be held on November 21, 2018. Details...
September 21, 2018. Application submission for the Twenty-second All-Russian Möbius Contest is finished.
The total number of submitted applications is 30 (18 in the nomination "Undergraduates" and 12 in the nomination "Undergraduates and graduates").
The first jury meeting will take place on November 10, 2018. The final tour will take place on Wednesday, November 21, 2018.
August 3, 2018. The first application was submitted for the Twenty-second All-Russian August Möbius Contest in the nomination "Undergraduates": Kuznetsova Maria (Saratov State University) "On the recovery of a Sturm-Liouville operator with the frozen argument fractionally proportional to the interval length".