THE EUROPEAN GIRLS' MATHEMATICAL OLYMPIAD
Only about one in ten participants at recent International Mathematical Olympiads has been female. To encourage bright young female mathematicians to take part in mathematical competitions, the European Girls' Mathematical Olympiad (or EGMO) was added to the landscape of mathematical competitions. The original idea came from Geoff Smith (United Kingdom), and the first EGMO was held in Cambridge in 2012, with support from Murray Edwards College, Cambridge. Luxembourg has been involved in the European Girls' Mathematical Olympiad from its very beginnings, with Charles Leytem being a member of the EGMO advisory board.
Day 1 Problems (English), Day 2 Problems (English), Problems and Solutions (English).
The second European Girls' Mathematical Olympiad took place in Luxembourg, from 8th to 14th April 2013. The third edition of the Olympiad took place in Antalya (Turkey) in April 2014, and the fourth edition took place in Belarus in April 2015. The fifth edition took place in Romania, and the 2017 edition will be held in Switzerland.
INFORMATION ABOUT THE SECOND EUROPEAN GIRLS' MATHEMATICAL OLYMPIAD
The second European Girls' Mathematical Olympiad took place in Luxembourg, from 8th to 14th April 2013. The problems and solutions (in English) are available here:
Further information, including the problems of the contest in other languages and the final scores, is available on the official webpage of the European Girls' Mathematical Olympiad: