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Math League International Summer Tournament

Every year, The Math League sponsors Math League International Summer Tournament where we invite contest participants. Each is an exciting and rewarding experience for the attendees. We have lectures and events with mathematicians and teachers, social events, and math tournaments where the attendees can compete both singularly and in teams on unique and new contests created especially for these events. These events are well received and provide attendees a chance to see new locations and interact with top students from around the world. Each summer tournament is different in many aspects - locations, content, speakers, and events - and created especially for that year's students. 

If you have any questions about this year's summer tournament or eligibility to attend, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Here are links to each Tournament's page:

2018 Math League International Summer Tournament (Middle School)

2018 Math League International Summer Tournament (Elementary School)

2017 Math League International Summer Tournament (Elementary School)

2017 Math League International Summer Tournament (Middle School)

2016 Math League International Summer Tournament (Elementary School and Middle School)

2016 Math League International Summer Tournament (Stanford University, High School, Grades 9 - 12)

2016 Third Annual Sino-American International Mathematics Competition

Second Annual Sino-American International Mathematics League Competition

3rd Annual Stanford International Mathleague Competition

First Annual Sino-American International Mathematics League Competition

Second Annual Stanford Math League Tournament

Here is a list to speakers (part) who have lectured to our students at Math League International Summer Tournament:

Speaker Name Topic Affiliation
Doron Zeilberger Boolean Algebra Rutgers University
Jana Gevertz Mathematical Oncology The College of New Jersey
Steven Miller From Egg Dropping to Research: Mathematics *IS* all it's cracked up to be!

Extending Pythagoras

Williams College
Paul Ellis Sona Sand Drawings

Knot Theory

Manhattanville College and Westchester Area Math Circle
Dick Gibbs Parity

Card Magic

Fort Lewis College
Glen Whitney Loopy Polyhedra Museum of Mathematics
Mark Saul Shades of Gray Mathematical Association of America

Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival

Dave Marain Can You Count to One-Half: A Math Journey … Ramapo Regional High School, Franklin Lakes, NJ
Swastick Kopparty Graph Theory

Error Correction Codes

Rutgers University
Shubhangi Saraf Fun Problems and Puzzles to Tickle Your Brain

The Stable Marriage Problem

Rutgers University
Steffen Marcus Modular Arithmetic and Private Key Encryption The College of New Jersey
Evan O'Dorney AIME Mediations Princeton Univeristy
June Huh Counting Faces of Polytopes Princeton University
Marcus Neal "The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same" Hammond School
Columbia, SC 29209
Kieran O Reilly Graph Theory City University of New York
Yonah Biers-Ariel Pirate Puzzles Rutgers University
Nick Rauh Divisor Game Museum of Mathematics
Aradhana Kumari Combinatorics and Probability Borough Of Manhattan Community College, The City University Of New York
Abigail Raz Probabilistic Combinatorics: Exploring Graphs and Randomness Rutgers University
Matthew Charnley Triangles and Spheres: An Introduction to Curvature Rutgers University
Matthew Russell Integer Partitions Rutgers University
Thomas Hagedorn Math of Rubik’s cube and machine learning solutions The College of New Jersey
Pravesh Kothari Is multiplication harder than addition? Princeton University, Insitute for Advanced Study