Non classé, Results

Iași MATh.en.JEANS congress: big meeting for the second year of the project

From the 9 to the 12 of May, 400 participants went to Iași congress, in Romania. With 8 countries represented, that was a record for the association and most of the M&L partners went there.

For some, it concluded their LTTA week, for other, it was one more congress. A special occasion to all students to present their research in english, live an international congress like a researcher, and meet some little researchers like them. During tree days, they presented their work with their twins, visited the city, the university, and listened some mathematics conferences.

Liceo Curiel and Lycée Vaclav Havel, Collège Sainte-Véronique and Colegiul Naţional Iasi, Lycée Arago Colegiul Național B.P Hasdeu, Colegiul National Mihai Eminescuand and Lycée Bellevue, Alès, Lycée d’altitude and Colegiul Naţional Emil Racoviţă presented their year-work by twins. At least, more than 30 subjects were presented.

LTTA (Learning Teaching Training Activities), Non classé

One week in Romania with Lycée d’altitude and Colegiul Naţional Emil Racoviţă

From the 5th to the 12th of May, twins students and their professors had one week together, for their Maths&languages year.

First, They spent 5 days in Cluj-Napoca, in order to work on their Mathematics research, and the most important for french students, live like Romanians! This exchange was mainly cultural, all french students discovered the habits of their hostess, very welcoming. Despite the weather, they even organized a mathematic treasure hunt across the city. Students could advance in their researches, and work on there common presentation for the congress.

Everyone went to the congress in Iaşi. How? Across the Romanians Carpates of courses! The most amazing thing for everyone. They also visited a traditional life Romanian museum during the trip. The congress, around 400 persons was very fast, everyone enjoyed the atmosphere, discussed with all students around Europe.

Next step? Try to write a common article and summit it to the editorial committee of the Association!