The Lomonosov Academic Tournament is an annual multi-disciplinary
contest for middle and high school students (grades 6 to 12). Younger participants are welcome to participate although the
assignments might be difficult for them. No special knowledge beyond school curriculum is required. The main goals of the
Tournament are to encourage children to think outside the box, to ignite interest in science and to inspire further learning.
Get more information about the traditional Lomonosov Academic Tournament and the problem sets from the previous years.
The online academic tournament is composed from the same problems as the traditional tournament (a participant may choose whether to take part in the online or regular tournament). Award certificates for the online tournament are issued in electronic form; it is stated on the certificate that the participation was online.
See also information about the Open Distance Team Competition (from September 30 till October 15, 2014)
For participation in the online version of academic tournament a preliminary registration is
required. The registration starts in September 1, 2014 and ends on September 28, 2013 at 11:59 p.m. (Moscow time).
Registration is carried out electronically at http://2014.online.turlom.info/or/turlom/Main.html?request_locale=en
Get more info about registration.
The Tournament starts at 10:00 a.m. (Moscow time) and ends at 4:00 p.m. (Moscow time) on September 28, 2014. An alternative time frame from 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time (PDT) till 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time will be available for participants in corresponding time zones.
For the participation in the online academic Tournament you need to have a computer with internet access.
Solutions should be typed in as a plain text. You may need to attach an image to your solution. Therefore, you may need a scanner or a digital camera. Scanned images are
accepted only if they are sent in one of the following formats: JPG, GIF, PNG.
Get more info about technical details.
Lomonosov Tournament is an individual competition that is open to everyone. Participation in the tournament is free of charge.
The online version of the academic tournament consists of the same problems as the traditional in-person Tournament. It is evaluated according to the same criteria. The participants of the traditional tournament work on their own, without any external aid. Participants of the online academic tournament must obey the same rules: they must work on the assignments individually (see also information about the Open Distance Team Competition). Using any additional source of information (books, encyclopedias, media, internet etc.) is strictly forbidden. Otherwise the work will not be graded.
The winners of the online tournament are awarded with diplomas and certificates for successfulonline
participation. (No other benefits of in-person tournaments are available to online participants.)
Get more info about assessment criteria and rewardsproces.
If you have any question please do not hesitate to contact us
Problems from the previous tournament:
2013: Astronomy | Biology | History | Linguistics | Literature | Math | Math games | Physics | Chemistry
2012: Astronomy | Biology | History | Linguistics | Literature | Math | Math games | Physics | Chemistry
2011: Astronomy | Biology | History | Linguistics | Literature | Math | Math games | Physics | Chemistry