# Li & Lii competition for the best student work in the theory of probability and applications of mathematics

Jan Goncerzewicz; Krzysztof J. Szajowski

Mathematica Applicanda (2017)

- Volume: 45, Issue: 2
- ISSN: 1730-2668

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topJan Goncerzewicz, and Krzysztof J. Szajowski. "Li & Lii competition for the best student work in the theory of probability and applications of mathematics." Mathematica Applicanda 45.2 (2017): null. <http://eudml.org/doc/293256>.

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abstract = {The Wrocław Branch of the Polish Mathematical Society organizes in 2017 & 2018 the 51st and 52nd editions of the competition aimed at promoting (dissemination, encouraging practicing, showing meaning) among students of the theory of probability and applications of mathematics. At the same time, the competition promotes young mathematicians obtaining original theoretical results from probability studies, or results applied in other disciplines of science than mathematics, such as economy, engineering sciences, science, biology and medicine, sociology and psychology.There are report on the LI Competition and the poster opening the LII Competition for the Best Student Work in the Theory of Probabiity and Applicantionsof Mathematics in 2018.},

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