EUPhO 2021 (online) Team registration form.
Dear EUPhO 2021 team leaders, please fill in the following registration form. The registration is open until 1st June 2021. At a later time, you will need to fill in another form with the contestants' data.

The online edition of EuPhO-2021 will take place from 19th to 26th June. The fist competition round will take place on 19th June; the second round will take place on 20th June. For the both rounds, teams will be given three options for the competition starting time: 7:00 GMT, 10:00 GMT, or 12:00 GMT.

For this online competition, the statutes of EuPhO will apply, cf. https://www.ioc.ee/~kalda/ipho/EuPhO/EuPhO_Statutes.pdf, except for §4 and §6.

Regulations additional to the Statutes, applicable only to this online edition of EuPhO are listed below.

1. The participation fee is 90€ per contestant for official teams, and 125€ per contestant for the guest teams. The participation fees will be used to cover the expenses of the organizational team, Academic Committee, and graders, as well as for the production of medals, T-shirts, and special awards.

2. The contestants of each national team together with a supervisor are asked to gather into a single room. The competition room should:
- have a good air ventilation;
- be big enough to ensure that the distance between the contestants is at least two meters;
- have a reliable Internet connection.
A printer for printing out the problem texts should be either in the competition room, or in its immediate neighbourhood.
From each competition room, a video stream is sent to the organizers (Academic Committee and volunteers) over a Zoom connection. The video frame should cover all the contestants and their desks, those leaders who are inside the room, and the entrances of the room.
Immediately after the test has been finished, the written test papers need to be scanned inside the competition room while the video stream is still active.
From this point on, contestants can leave the meeting point of their team, and return to their homes.
Academic Committee and graders will grade the papers during the next three days, preliminary results will be announced not later than on 24th June, 23:59 GMT.
Moderation will take place over Zoom on 25th June, and the closing ceremony will take place over Zoom on 26th June. Electronic diplomas will be available immediately, medals will be produced after the announcement of the winners, and sent by mail to the team leaders at the end of July.

3. The experiment will be virtual, using a computer code (in the same way as during EuPhO-2020).

4. Translation of the problem texts will take place immediately before the beginning of the competition, over Zoom using Overleaf projects in the same way as it happened during EuPhO-2020.



Email *
Name of the country *
Number of students participating *
It is also possible to only send observer (no students)
First name of the team leader *
Last name of the team leader *
E-mail address of the team leader. All the future announcements regarding EuPhO-2021 will be sent to this e-mail address. Please enter only one address here! *
Full name of an (optional) assistant who will need to receive copies of the future announcements.
E-mail address of this assistant.
E-mail addresses of anyone else who will need to receive copies of the future announcements (if any).
Billing address *
Please specify the name and the legal address of the institution, which will be paying for the participation fees. We'll use this information to write an invoice (pdf format). The invoice will be sent to the team leaders, who are to forward it to the correct institution (the one whose name and address you have entered here). The payment is to be made to: Estonian Physical Society (Address: W. Ostwaldi Str 1, 50411 Tartu, Estonia); IBAN: EE142200221066581957; Bank: Swedbank, 8 Liivalaia Street, 15040 Tallinn; SWIFT/BIC code HABAEE2X. Explanation: EuPhO fees for (country name).
In which language(s) you will need translations? Which character set will be used? *
Will you be needing assistance with LaTeX?
The problem texts will be prepared in LaTeX using Overleaf. Therefore, it is highly recommended that your translations will be also done in Overleaf. This is the easiest way as you'll need only to change the text and keep formulae and figures intact. We can provide assistance with your first steps in Overleaf.
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