Mobile Math Circle

Mobile Math Circle in Action

Welcome to the Mobile Math Circle! Please come and join us. All high school and middle school students are invited.

The Mobile Math Circle meets Mondays from 7:00-8:30 p.m. in Room 140 on the first floor of the Mathematical Sciences and Physics Building (formerly Instructional Laboratory Building (ILB)) on the USA Campus.

Please come and join us for another exciting year of math puzzles and brain teasers.

The 19th Mobile Math Olympiad will be held on Monday, September 17, at 7 PM, in MSPB 140 on the USA campus. All middle school and high school students are invited. No registration necessary.

The Mobile Mathematics Circle is a weekly gathering of students of high school and middle school age guided by professional mathematicians. It is designed for students who enjoy math and want the challenge of exciting problems that are normally outside the school curriculum.

The Mobile Mathematics Circle belongs to the great tradition of Mathematics Circles which started in Hungary more than a century ago and has grown stronger worldwide every year.

The activities of the Mobile Math Circle are sponsored by the Alabama Space Grant Consortium and the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of South Alabama.

New students are welcome. Sessions are free for all students.

Please read the following article about the Mobile Math Circle. Here is a version from the Mobile Press Register. You may also be interested in a short report on last year's activities.

Congratulations to the Winners of the 2018 Mobile Math Olympiad 

First Prizes

Gregory Li, Daphne High School

Joseph Stauter, Davidson High School

Second Prizes

Nathan Amos, Alabama School of Math and Science

Landon Dyken, Alabama School of Math and Science

Seth Huddleston, Davidson High School

Veronica King, Alabama School of Math and Science

Gwynneth McCallister, Alabama School of Math and Science

Beata Casiday, Alabama School of Math and Science

Johno Pomerat, Home Schooled


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Questions? Please call us (251) 460 7293 or send email to Dr. Pillen