Students of the Faculty of Automation and Computers within the "Gheorghe Asachi" Technical University from Iasi (TUIASI) won four medals at the 15th South Eastern European Mathematical Olympiad for University Students (SEEMOUS).
The competition, which took place in Cyprus, in Agros, between July 19 and 24, under the patronage of the Mathematical Society of South Eastern Europe - MASSEE and the Society of Mathematical Sciences of Cyprus, saw the participation of six students from the Faculty of Iasi. Robert Gabriel Curpan won the silver medal, and Gabriel Alexandru Scinteie, Ioana Roxana Bacalie and Andrei Iosif Ioja won bronze medals, agerpres.ro confirms.
The students trained in the specialist center at the "Gheorghe Asachi" Technical University under the guidance of professors Marian Pantiruc, Radu Strugariu and Marcel Roman.
"These medals confirm our evolution in recent years and we are reaping the rewards of student work. Even though there has been a pandemic during this period, we have done the same training as in previous years. At first, we did the training online, but lately we have done it face to face. They are very good children. (...) We have had even better results, but we are pleased with the result, particularly since the students prepared themselves in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. Four medals mean something," Professor Marcel Roman told AGERPRES.