Next Up: The Mathematical Contest in Modeling (MCM)® and The Interdisciplinary Contest in Modeling (ICM)® February 1 — February 5, 2024
Next Up: JMM: January 3-6, 2024, San Francisco CA
COMAP is proud to be a JMM partner. Be sure to visit COMAP at booth 408 to find out about our modeling contests, membership options and publications. COMAP staff will be in attendance to answer all your questions.
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MATHmodels.org goes beyond our contests to make applied mathematics and modeling a year-round activity for students and educators through articles, webinars, and past contest problems with solutions.
In this blog post, we'll explore a curated list of math-inspired books that delve into the world of numbers, equations, and mathematical mysteries.
In this blog post, we'll delve into the profound importance of math modeling in STEM and how it shapes our understanding of the world around us.
Let's explore some exciting careers that rely on applied mathematics, demonstrating how this versatile field can lead to fulfilling and well-compensated professions.
The mission of COMAP – The Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications - is to improve mathematics education with an emphasis on increasing student proficiency in mathematical modeling.
Since 1980, COMAP has worked with educators, students, businesses, and industry to create learning environments where mathematics is used to investigate and model real issues in our world.