The IMTA have launched their annual maths competition for Transition Years known as Peter’s Problem. Peter’s Problem is a problem-solving based competition, named in remembrance of Peter Tiernan who was a devoted contributor to the IMTA for many years.
Peter’s Problem is distributed to schools early in January. It is accepted by Engineers Ireland as an official Engineer’s Week activity. It is open to individual students under the direction of their teacher. Completed entries are returned by the end of Engineer’s Week which is generally in late February each year.
If you wish to find out more about Peter’s Problem click here and if you want to register your interest in the competition you may email your name to firstname.lastname@example.org without making a commitment to complete the challenge.