Results of the 1st Open International Olympiad in Theoretical Mechanics Announced

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Results of the 1st Open International Olympiad in Theoretical Mechanics Announced

The results of the I Open International Internet Olympiad in Theoretical Mechanics among students of higher educational institutions of Turkmenistan and foreign countries, held by the State Energy Institute of Turkmenistan, have been summed up.

About 300 university students from 16 countries of the world took part in the Olympiad. Among them are Turkmenistan, Russia, Belarus, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Afghanistan, Romania, Hungary, Portugal, Turkey, Greece, Ecuador, China.

The competition was held in Turkmen, Russian and English in the form of individual and team competitions. No more than five students from one university were allowed to participate in each of the two directions.

24 winners have been named in the individual standings of the Olympiad. Exactly half of them, 12 first places were won by students of domestic universities. Among them are students of the university that organized the Olympiad - Abdulla Rejepov, Shohrat Babamuradov, Dovlet Suhanberdiyev. Three first places were taken by students of the Turkmen Agricultural Institute - Jennet Bashimova, Begench Dangatarov and Kakageldi Agajanov. Three more students of the Engineering and Technology University of Turkmenistan named after Oguzhan - Agajan Jumayev, Didar Seyidov, Allamyrat Annayev. Two winners represent Turkmen State University named after Magtymguly - Atamyrat Annagulyyev and Govshut Orazgeldiyev. The first place also belongs to Yazmuhammet Movlamov (Institute of Engineering and Transport Communications of Turkmenistan).

35 students from Turkmenistan became silver and bronze medalists. 17 second and 18 third places were awarded to students of the above universities, as well as the Institute of Telecommunications and Informatics, the International University for the Humanities and Development, the Turkmen State Pedagogical Institute named after S. Seydi, the Turkmen Agricultural University named after S. A. Nyyazov, the International University of Oil and Gas named after Y. Kakayev, Turkmen State Institute of Architecture and Construction.

12 first, 26 second and 50 third prizes in the individual classification belong to participants from abroad. Among the winners included 7 students from Russia, 4 from China and 1 from Uzbekistan.

There were only two victories in the team standings. One of them belongs to the Engineering and Technology University of Turkmenistan named after Oguzhan, the other was won by the team of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology. 4 second and 8 third places were received by the participating teams in this direction of the Olympiad. 1 second and 3 third among them are students of Turkmen universities - the State Energy Institute, the Turkmen Agricultural University named after S.A. Nyyazov, the Turkmen Agricultural Institute and the Institute of Telecommunications and Informatics. Foreign winning teams represent Russia, China and Kazakhstan.

The winners and prize-winners of the I Open International Olympiad in Theoretical Mechanics were awarded diplomas of the corresponding degrees.

The intellectual competition in theoretical mechanics was attended by students who were deeply passionate about the subject, regardless of their specialization and year of study at universities. The best experts in theoretical mechanics who received prizes are the participants who scored the most points based on the results of individual and team rounds.

In the individual standings, the participants were offered eight tasks in three sections of theoretical mechanics. Including two tasks in the “Statics” section, two - in the “Kinematics” section and four more - in the “Dynamics” section, with which the contestants had to cope within 240 minutes. Solving five thematic problems in 60 minutes was the goal of the student teams.

The course of the competition was monitored on the Google Meet software platform, which made it possible to ensure the openness and transparency of the process of holding the Olympiad, to objectively and fairly evaluate the participants.