Teodor von Burg (Serbian Cyrillic: Теодор фон Бург, given birth to January 26, 1993 in Belgrade) is a mathematics pupil from Serbia. He provides won four silver medals, a sterling silver, and a bronze medal in the International Mathematical Olympiad. Teodor attended Matematička gimnazija, a specialized college for gifted and talented learners of mathematics, physics and informatics situated in Belgrade. Nevertheless, the majority of his numerical understanding, Teodor owes to his personal teachers, specifically Prof. Dr. Vladimir Janković, his teacher for four and half years. By Oct 2012, Teodor continues to be their studies at Exeter University, Oxford University. In Serbia, Teodor holds many records in regards to to numerical competitions (both regional and worldwide) among learners up to age twenty years: – the youngest competitor from the Junior Balkan Mathematical Olympiad, Balkan Mathematical Olympiad and International Mathematical Olympiad; – one of the most effective competitor from the Junior Balkan Numerical Olympiad (4 medals: 2 golds, 1 sterling silver, 1 bronze), Balkan Numerical Olympiad (6 medals: 3 golds, 3 silvers) and International Numerical Olympiad (4 golds, 1 sterling silver, 1 bronze); – initial ever to earn the overall 1st put in place the Balkan Mathematical Olympiad; – one of the most effective competitor in the neighborhood competitions (57 numerical tournaments: 44 initial, 11 second, and 2 third awards). In January 2010 Teodor was awarded the Saint Sava Award, for his contribution and commitment in neuro-scientific education. In Sept 2012 Teodor received the Charter from the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts for his contribution in neuro-scientific Mathematics. Mathematical Faculty, Belgrade, Serbia Getting the Charter from the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts In October 2012 Teodor received the “Karić Brothers” Award, in neuro-scientific technological and research work. Getting “The Karic Brothers Award” on Oct 8th, 2012.