All countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea are allowed to participate, as well as, if invited, their neighbouring countries. The Mediterranean Competition's goals are: . The contest is conducted separately in every country. Each participating country can let an unrestricted number of students write the contest, but only the results of the top ten, according to national evaluation, can be submitted for international ranking. Every of these is awarded a certificate either of participation or merit, whereas the levels of merit - Gold, Silver, Bronze and Honorable Mention — are awarded similarly to the International Mathematical Olympiad. The participants have to be less than 20 years of age and may not have enrolled in a university study or a comparable educative scheme.
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Francisco Bellot Rosado received the BA degree from University of Madrid in and has been associated with the Institute Emilio Ferrari of Valladolid in some capacity since , serving both as secretary and as principal, and later as Associate Professor in the department of Algebra, Geometry and Topology.
After serving two years as deputy leaders of the Spanish Olympiad team in and , he served for the next 8 years as team leader. One of Francisco's recommenders said, referring to his Pravets talk, "was about the practice of recycling competition problems in the problem creation and problem selection. He argued that for the sake of problem culture as well as for practical applications, e. Speaking softly, he delivered a true challenge.
Also Francisco Bellot-Rosado has been a very influential figure in another prestigious mathematical contest that involves more than twenty-five countries: the "Olimpiada Iberoamericana de Matematica" conducted by the "O. Additionally, Francisco is noted for single-handedly founding a Mediterranean Regional Mathematics Olympiad.
Again quoting from a letter of nomination, "As an O. The efforts, orientation, and help from Francisco Bellot made it possible, in , that Costa Rica became the first Central American country in being home for the XI O. Presently, he is working on the organization and initiation of a new international mathematical olympiad for the six Central American countries and we are sure he will succeed as usual. Francisco Bellot Rosado Francisco Bellot Rosado received the BA degree from University of Madrid in and has been associated with the Institute Emilio Ferrari of Valladolid in some capacity since , serving both as secretary and as principal, and later as Associate Professor in the department of Algebra, Geometry and Topology.
Mediterranean Mathematics Competition
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