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MCM: The Mathematical Contest in Modeling
ICM: The Interdisciplinary Contest in Modeling

MCM/ICM 2019 Winners and Results

MCM Problem A

MCM Problem B

MCM Problem C

ICM Problem D

ICM Problem E

ICM Problem F

International COMAP Scholarship Award Winners


2019 MCM
Problem A Results

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The SIX Outstanding Winners of THE MCM (A) Problem are:

Central South University, China — SIAM Award

Richard Montgomery High School, MD, USA — MAA Award & COMAP Scholarship Award

Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China — Ben Fusaro Award

Southeast University, China

University of Maryland, MD, USA — AMS Award

Virginia Tech, VA, USA — INFORMS Award

 

2019 MCM
Problem B Results

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The FIVE Outstanding Winners of THE MCM (B) Problem are:

China Jiliang University, China — SIAM Award

Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China — AMS Award & COMAP Scholarship Award

Tsinghua University, China

University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China

Zju-Uiuc Institute, Zhejiang University, China — INFORMS Award

 

 

2019 MCM
Problem C Results

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The SIX Outstanding Winners of THE MCM (C) Problem are:

ShanghaiTech University, China — ASA Data Insights Award

Sichuan University, China

University of Colorado Boulder, CO, USA — AMS Award

University of Colorado Boulder, CO, USA — INFORMS Award

University of Colorado Boulder, CO, USA

University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China

 


 

2019 ICM
Problem D Results

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The SEVEN Outstanding Winners of the ICM (D) Problem are:

Duke University, NC, USA — Leonhard Euler Award & COMAP Scholarship Award

Nanjing University, China

Northeastern University (CN), China

Seattle Pacific University, WA, USA

University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China

Xi'an Jiaotong Liverpool University, China

Xi'an Jiaotong University, China — INFORMS Award

 

 

2019 ICM
Problem E Results

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The EIGHT Outstanding Winners of the ICM (E) Problem are:

Central University of Finance and Economics, China

Chongqing University, China

Emory University, GA, USA

Lanzhou University of Technology, China

Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology, China

Renmin University of China, China

United States Military Academy, NY, USA — Rachel Carson Award

University of Virginia, VA, USA — INFORMS Award  

 

 

2019 ICM
Problem F Results

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The FOUR Outstanding Winners of the ICM (F) Problem are:

Central University of Finance and Economics, China — INFORMS Award & COMAP Scholarship Award

Southwestern University of Finance and Economics, China — Vilfredo Pareto Award

Southwestern University of Finance and Economics, China

Sun Yat-Sen University, China

 


NEW for 2019, you now have opportunity to purchase a Judge’s Commentary written specifically about your team’s paper. The cost for this service is $150 and includes a 1 year membership to www.MathModels.org which give you access to unabridged versions of all the 2019 MCM/ICM Outstanding Papers.

For more information or to order your Judge’s Commentary visit:
http://www.comap.com/undergraduate/contests/commentary/index.html

 


Now Available: View unabridged versions of all the 2019 MCM/ICM Outstanding Papers.

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