Information for remote participants

We remind you that remote participation in the olympiad is only allowed if the participant cannot attend any of the venues for valid reasons.

Check if you have been confirmed for remote participation in the registration status.

What is not allowed during remote participation?

It is not allowed to use any files that were on the participant’s work computer (laptop) before the start of the contest. This includes the use of files containing textbooks, scientific articles, images, videos, and audio recordings.

It is prohibited to use any other electronic devices, including phones, e-readers, tablets, watches, and other computers. During the contest, it is forbidden to connect external data storage devices such as flash drives or external hard drives to a computer or laptop.

The use of any written sources of information is prohibited, only clean sheets of paper and a pen are allowed.

It is prohibited to use other websites on the Internet except for the Olympiad website and the testing system. In particular, this prohibition extends to messengers, so the organizing committee strongly encourages participants to disable all browser notifications and internet-using applications in advance. The ban also extends to any resources unrelated to participation in the Olympiad, such as music streaming services.

How to organize proctoring?

You need to install the program OBS Studio and use it to record three data streams: microphone, camera, and screen. The participant must organize a workspace that allows for camera recording; recording the camera or screen is prohibited. Throughout the tour, the participant’s face must be clearly visible on the camera, except during toilet breaks.

Before the start of the tour, the participant must show an identity document to the camera, namely a passport or birth certificate if a passport is not available. The document must clearly show the name, surname, and photograph (if available).

Remote participants may take no more than three toilet breaks during each of the contest. The duration of each break should not exceed 10 minutes. The total duration of three breaks should not exceed 15 minutes. The first break can be taken no earlier than 90 minutes after the start of the contest. It is not necessary to inform the organizing committee or the jury separately about the breaks. Remote participants are prohibited from ending the contest early. The microphone, camera, and screen must be recorded throughout the contest, even if the participant does not plan to make any new submissions.

If you plan to take any actions whose compliance with the rules raises doubts, be sure to contact the organizing committee by email at

Where to submit the link to the video file/files of proctoring?

After the end of the contest, the participant must upload the file with the recording to any cloud storage (for example, Google Drive) and send the link to the organizing committee through the submission form. The submission form link will be available on the Olympiad website after each of the contests.

What is the schedule of the Olympiad?

The trial contest of the Olympiad will take place on March 7 from 18:00 to 20:00 Moscow time.

The main contest of the Olympiad will take place on March 8 and 9 from 10:00 to 15:00 Moscow time.

Where will be the link to enter the testing system?

The enter link will be published on the main page of the Olympiad website.

How will I receive my login and password to access the system?

Each participant will receive their password and login by email provided during registration. On March 7, all participants will receive an email from the organizing committee with logins and passwords for the trial contest. It is mandatory to reply to this email. If you have not received an email with login details for the trial contest by 16:00 (Moscow time) on March 7, be sure to email the organizing committee. Following the same algorithm, on March 8 and 9, you will receive login details for the main contest (emails will be sent no later than half an hour before the start of the contests).