OLD iPhO Pages:
Third Party Sites:
* Yohanes Surya: A physicist with many dreams | The Jakarta Post Read more: http://www.physicsforums.com
* Yohanes Surya: Boosting brilliant minds | The Jakarta Post Read more: http://www.physicsforums.com
Yohanes Surya is America Returned Indonesian Physicist who trained Indonesian Physics Team in 2006 and lead Indonesia at
Top in IPhO, in the year 2006 Indonesia team was World Winner in Physics.
On the internet, we can find many interesting sites. As harvard problems of the week.
These days, when I was searching for a problem, I found a good physics challenges website. I think it’s a new site,
but it’s interesting for preparing to physics olympiads contests:
Physics Contests Around the World
If you are comfortable with Resnick, Halliday, Krane 5th Edition and time permits to do so then consult with that book too.
I E Irodovs’ Problems in Physics.
200 Puzzling Problems in Physics.
Krotov – Aptitude Test Problems in Physics
Saraeva – Problemas Selecionados de Física Elementar (Portuguese title, but its a russian book)
David Morin – Introduction to classical mechanics
peter Gnadig – 200 puzzling physics problems
CRUX Mathmaticorum for Problem Solving attitude developement
Physics Olympiad Preparation in TORonto (POPTOR)
MIT OCW Course 8
Physics olympiad srilanka at
Institute of Physics, Sri Lanka
Physics olympiad Bangladesh at
Post # 10
British Physics Olympiad Books (not recommended by anyone because it is just collection of Previous Problems with Full length Solutions.)
Mir Books | Books from the Soviet Era
(don’t know site is legal or not)
Here you can meat others who are preparing for various Olympiads from UK
Post # 8
I know that past papers for British competitions are available here and I found some links here (Google groups):