The official website for the XI edition has now been released! Here you can follow all important developments, including problem release, important dates, registrations and so on.Keep an eye on it, very soon the long-awaited location of the IPT2020 will
And so concludes the IPT 2019 We hope you all had a lot of fun during the 11th edition of the IPT this year in Lausanne, whether you were a spectator through our (ever growing) live stream, a participants or
Every year, the Ecole polytechnique (also known as l’X) rewards the three best research projects among the 100 that are carried out by their students. This year, the preparation for, and participation in the IPT has been awarded this prize
Calling all those looking to participate in the next edition of the IPT! The registration is now open for the 2019 edition, hosted by EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland. For those from countries with IOC representatives, please get in contact with
The host for 2019 will be… …… École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) in Lausanne, Switzerland! After winning the tournament in the recent edition, the university and team took the momentum to decide to host the 11th edition of the tournament. The university
A bucketful of updates: IPT 2018 success, India joins the band, President confirmed and problems for 2019! IPT 2018 We are happy to be able to reflect upon another successful edition of the IPT this year. École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne clinched
The teams from École Polytechnique, ENS Lyon and ENS Paris this year successfully published their solution to the Popsicle-stick cobra, from IPT 2016, in Physical Review Letters. Furthermore, the article was selected for an article for APS’ Physics focus.
We are happy to introduce four new members in the Executive Committee of the IPT : David Collomb, Sebastian Fava, Pierre Goux, and Matheus Pessoa.
We are happy to announce that IPT 2018 will be held at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), in Russia!
After two months of hardwork, the problems IPT 2018 are out! We hope you will enjoy it and have good time working on these problems!