Romania’s team of mathematics obtained six medals (four silver and two bronze medals) at the 16 edition of the Senior Balkan Mathematical Olympiad held over April 27 – May 4 in Serbia, Kragujevac, reads a news release.
The silver medals were obtained by Madalina Persu, student of the International Informatics High School of Bucharest, Radu Bumbacea, student of the National Informatics College Tudor Vianu of Bucharest, Gabriel Padurariu, student of the Grigore Moisil National Collegeof Onesti and Omer Cerrahoglu, student of the National College Vasile Lucaciu of Baia Mare.
Florin-Andrei Deneanu of the International Informatics High School of Bucharest and Horia Manea of the student of the National Informatics College Tudor Vianu of Bucharest got bronze medals.
Participating in this year’s edition were over 115 competitors of 18 countries (11 in the competition and 7 as guests). The Balkan Mathematical Olympiad is a regional competition. Each participating country, except for the organizing country has the right to register in the competition a team made up of 6 high school students at most, who are no older than 20 years at the date of competition.