T H I R D   A N N O U N C E M E N T


for the South Eastern European Mathematical Olympiad for University Students with International Participation





                                                                                                            Aristotle University of Thessaloniki School of Mathematics                  



Dear colleagues,

We are pleased to inform you that the Mathematical Society of South-Eastern Europe will launch the 14th Mathematical Olympiad for first and second year university students (SEEMOUS 2020). This distinguished student competition will be hosted by the School of Mathematics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece between March 3 and March 8, 2020 in Thessaloniki, Greece. The competition aspired to encourage mathematically gifted university students towards further accomplishments and to create friendly and beneficial relationships between them. 


We cordially invite you to participate in SEEMOUS 2020 with a team from your university. A team may consist up to 6 students and 2 professors (a team leader and a deputy team leader). Eligible students are those who are not beyond the second university year of undergraduate studies by the end of the 2019/20 academic year or have not completed more than 120 ECTS credits. Students can form a national team to represent a country as well. The SEEMOUS regulations as well as the previous competition problems and final results can be found at https://seemous2020.auth.gr/contestregulations and  


Each team can send up to three problem proposals until February 16, 2020.


Anyone interested in finding out more about the competition or how they can be involved, should contact Prof. Nicholas Karampetakis at karampet@math.auth.gr or visit the local website https://seemous2020.auth.gr/.


The participants will be accommodated in the ABC Hotel in Thessaloniki. The Leaders/Deputy Leaders will stay in the Philippion hotel in Thessaloniki during the first 3 nights and the rest nights in the ABC hotel.


All SEEMOUS 2020 participants will have to cover their own travel, accommodation and subsistence expenses. A participation fee is prepaid to the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in the amount (early registration, before January 30, 2020) of 320 euros in double rooms and 420 euros in single rooms and includes the room charge, breakfast, lunch and dinner, all social activities and excursions (for MASSEE member countries). The late registration is 350 euros and 450 euros after January 30, 2020. 

Participants from non-MASSEE member-countries have to pay extra 50 Euros, whereas observers and accompanying persons have to pay extra 100 euros. 

Please specify (in the registration form) in what kind of room (double bed or single bed) you want to be placed in.


The payment (in EURO) can be done by bank transfer to the bank account:




Exact name and address of the account holder: 



Name and address of the bank branch: PIRAEUS BANK S.A., AGGELAKI, 

THESSALONIKI BRANCH, 18 AGGELAKI Str., GR 54 621 THESSALONIKI, GREECE Bank account number: 5202-002079-933

Currency code: Euro

International Bank Account (IBAN): GR98 0172 2020 0052 0200 2079 933

Code BIC (SWIFT address) (obligatory) : PIRBGRAΑ

Name of the Covering Bank (Euro): DEUTSCHE BANK A.G. V.A.T. : EL 090049627


* Don’t forget to write your Surname and the Project Number: 98896.

** Please note that your payment should specify that bank charges are at your expense.




Important. After the bank transfer, please send us by email to mtsitsil@math.auth.gr (cc. to karampet@math.auth.gr ) a copy of your successful deposit/transfer accompanied with the details that you would like to be included in the invoice that we shall return to you i.e. name of title of the universityorganisation-company, address of the university-organisation, vat number of  the university-organisation, total amount, term of payment (cash or 30 days of credit), delivery address and name, e-mail,-phone-mobile, Comments: names of the participants. Note that without payment your registration is not valid.


We hope that your university and your country will be able to participate this Mathematical University Olympiad. We look forward to welcoming your delegation in Thessaloniki.





Best regards,

Prof. Nicholas P. Karampetakis

Chair of the Organizing Committee