Winners of the Mathematics Challenge 2017–18

Congratulations to the winners of the Lincoln Mathematics Challenge 2017-18 and a big thank you to all participants! The Awards Ceremony has taken place on 7 February 2018 in Isaac Newton Building of the University of Lincoln, at the beginning of the annual Charlotte Scott public lecture in mathematics by Prof. Caroline Series FRS, President of the London Mathematical Society. The audience gave big rounds of applause to the winners, who received their trophies from the Head of College of Science Prof. Libby John and the Chair of Competition Committee Prof. Evgeny Khukhro, and were also congratulated by Head of School of Mathematics and Physics Prof. Andrei Zvelindovsky. Solutions of the problems can be found here. The results are:

Joint 1st place winners:

Thomas Malloch, King Edward VI Grammar School, Louth, Lincolnshire;

Will Yun-Farmbrough, Eton College, Windsor, Berkshire.

Joint 2nd place winners:

Josh Marza, Sevenoaks School graduate, Sevenoaks, Kent;

Daniel Turaev, Jewish Community Secondary School, London;

Itay Yaniv, Jewish Community Secondary School, London.

Joint 3rd place winners:

Kacper Madejek, Abbots Bromley School, Staffordshire;

Julian Wreford, Bablake School, Coventry.

Prof. E.Khukhro, 1st Place winner Thomas Malloch, Prof. L.John

Prof. E.Khukhro, 1st Place winner Will Yun-Farmbrough, Prof. L.John

Prof. E.Khukhro, 3rd Place winner Kacper Madejek, Prof. L.John

Prof. A.Zvelindovsky and Thomas Malloch




  1. […] Another pre-lecture event was the awards ceremony for the winners of the Lincoln Maths Challenge-2017-18. […]


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