The third International academic conference “Mathematical Talent and Mathematical Education” will take place at Adyghe State University.
The conference is dedicated to the discussion of a wide range of problems connected to finding and supporting talented children as well as more advanced math preparation of school and university students.

The organizing committee invites:

  • scientists and researchers in the fields of pedagogy and psychology of mathematical giftedness;
  • specialists in teaching advanced mathematics to gifted school children;
  • specialists in popularization of mathematics;
  • specialists in using information and distance learning technologies in teaching advanced mathematics;
  • specialists in organizing students’ research work in mathematics;
  • specialists in organizing mathematical education;
  • teachers and instructors;
  • graduate and undergraduate students.
Conference Organizers:

Adyghe State University

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (National Research University)

Caucasus Mathematical Center of Adyghe State University

School of Mathematics and Natural Science for Younger Students

Educational Center “Polyaris-Adygeya”

Conference Languages:
  • Russian;
  • English.
Main Topics:
  • Psychological aspects of working with mathematically gifted students;
  • Assessment of mathematical talent and methods for developing mathematical skills in gifted school and university students;
  • Development of creative potential of a mathematically gifted child;
  • Theoretical and methodological problems of advanced math education;
  • Role of advanced problems in mathematics in the formation of a creative personality;
  • Preparation techniques for math Olympiads and competitions;
  • Mathematical component in preparing school children for non-math Olympiads;
  • Mathematical tournaments, Olympiads, and competitions;
  • Specifics of mathematical education of school children in specialized classes and schools;
  • Specifics of a personality-oriented teaching in specialized math classes;
  • National traditions in advanced math preparation of school and university students;
  • Research and project activities in the system of math education;
  • Popularization of math among children, youth, and adults;
  • Improving the quality of teachers’ professional development for working with gifted children;
  • Bachelor’s and Master’s programs preparing specialists in working with mathematically gifted children;
  • Information and communication technologies in the system of advanced math education;
  • Regional models and organizational forms for finding and supporting mathematically gifted children and youth;
  • History of mathematics and math education.
Program Committee:
  • D.K. Mamiy (Maykop, Adyghe State University, Regional School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics);
  • N.H. Agakhanov (Moscow, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technologies);
  • N.N. Andreev (Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute of the Russian Academy of Science);
  • A.N. Gorbachev (Sochi, Educational Foundation “Talent and Success”);
  • Yu.P. Zinchenko  (Moscow, Russian Academy of Education, Lomonosov Moscow State University);
  • Yu.V. Kovas (Goldsmiths University of London, Sirius University of Science and Technology, Tomsk State University);
  • M.Ya. Pratusevich (Saint Petersburg, Presidential school specializing in physics and math #239);
  • A.M. Raigorodskii (Moscow, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology);
  • I.S. Rubanov (Kirov, Kirov Center for after school education for gifted children);
  • I.S. Safuanov (Moscow, Moscow City University);
  • A.V. Savvateev (Maykop, Adyghe State University);
  • A.L. Semenov (Moscow, Lomonosov Moscow State University);
  • T.F. Sergeeva (Moscow, Moscow Center for the Development of Professional Education Potential);
  • K.A. Sukhov (St. Petersburg, Presidential school specializing in physics and math #239);
  • A.Kh. Stash (Maykop, Adyghe State University);
  • I.A. Taimanov (Novosibirsk, Sobolev Institute of Mathematics);
  • R.N. Chumakov (Maykop, Educational Center “Polaris-Adygea”);
  • I.V. Yashenko (Moscow, Moscow Center of Uninterrupted Math Education).
Organizing Committee:
  • A.H. Stash (Maykop, ASU) – Chair of the Committee;
  • S.E. Boichenko (Maykop, ASU);
  • M.I. Kalina (Maykop, ASU);
  • Yu.A. Karpenko (Maykop, ASU);
  • E.I. Kuprienko (Maykop, ASU);
  • N.I. Lintinov (Maykop, ASU);
  • S.Z. Mamiy (Maykop, SMNS);
  • Yu.T. Mamyshev (Maykop, SMNS);
  • A.A. Panesh (Maykop, ASU);
  • T.A. Panesh (Maykop, ASU);
  • I.Kh. Tlustangelova (Maykop, ASU);
  • R.N. Chumakov (Maykop, Educational Center “Polaris-Adygea”);
  • A.V. Yurov (Maykop, ASU).