Mobile Math Circle
Welcome to the Mobile Math Circle! Please come and join us. All high school and middle school students are invited.
The Circle will meet Mondays from 7 PM until 8 PM. In order to participate in our weekly meetings you need to register online. Go to Registration .
The Mobile Math Circle of the academic year 2021/22 has come to an end. Thank you all for participating. We will meet again in August 2022, on the first Monday after Labor Day. Enjoy your summer and do some math!
Congratulations to this year's Mobile Math Olympiad winners!
The winners are:
2022 Mobile Math Olympiad
1st Prize : Jacob Kim (ASMS) and Jinwoo Jeong (ASMS)
2nd Prize: Christina Trinh (W.P. Davidson High School) and Marlan Zha (ASMS)
3rd Prize: James Kim (ASMS), Bernhard Pavelescu (Council Traditional School) and Kenneth Womble (ASMS)
Honorable Mention: Jacob Kim (Clark-Shaw Magnet School), Hunter Ryan (Faith Academy), Joseph Sherrod (ASMS), Sidney Silverstone (Tuscaloosa Magnet Schools-Middle), Julia Taylor (ASMS) and Benjamin Whatley (Home Schooled)
2022 Middle School Olympiad
6th grade 1st Prize : Sidney Silverstone (Tuscaloosa Magnet School Middle)
6th grade 2nd Prize: Noah Hix (Denton Magnet School of Technology)
6th grade 3rd Prize: Aeesha Mulani (Tuscaloosa Magnet School Middle); Aniketh Kalyan (Tuscaloosa Magnet School Middle); Daniel Kim (Clark-Shaw Magnet School)
7th grade 1st Prize : Andrews Grinstead (St. Ignatius)
7th grade 2nd Prize: Thomas Luker (Clark-Shaw Magnet School)
7th grade 3rd Prize: Benjamin Whatley (Home Schooled); Alex Choi (Clark-Shaw Magnet School); Piper Velaski (Clark-Shaw Magnet School)
8th grade 1st Prize: Ahmed Shaalan (Phillips Preparatory School)
8th grade 2nd Prize: Jacob Kim (Clark-Shaw Magnet School)
8th grade 3rd Prize: Hunter Morris (Homeschool Evangel); Chloe' Noever (Hampton Cove Middle School); Kayty Phan (Phillips Preparatory School)
Overall Best Score: Sidney Silverstone (6th grade - Tuscaloosa Magnet School Middle)
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.
Questions? Please send email to Dr. Pillen.