USTC Excels in the 10th Chinese Mathematics Competitions for College Students

  • [2019-04-03]

    Six USTC (University of Science and Technology of China) delegates won the first prize and one USTCer won the second prize at the 10th Chinese Mathematics Competitions for College Students held in Harbin from March 29th to 31st.

    The competition was hosted by Chinese Mathematical Society and co-organized by Harbin Institute of Technology.

    Student delegates (image by School of Mathematica Sciences, USTC)

    On the morning of March 30th, students from all over the country entered the final competition for three hours. In the afternoon, the Organizing Committee arranged teachers to correct the test papers and distributed the reference answers to the students so that they could evaluate the scores. At the same time, academicians were organized to give popular science reports on mathematics for the students. In the evening, after discussion by the experts, the winners were notified to the leaders of each competition area, the leading teachers and the participants. On the morning of 31st, the award ceremony was organized.

    The award ceremony of the 10th Chinese Mathematics Competitions for College Students (image by School of Mathematica Sciences, USTC)

    USTCers achieved excellent results in this competition as usual. They occupied three of the top ten finals of Mathematics Major in Junior Group: HE Zhiqiang, XiAO Zida and YAN Shunxing won the first prize of Mathematics Major (Junior Group); CAO Hongyi won the first prize of Mathematics Major (Senior Group); RAO Xianhao and RENG Yixing were awarded the first prize for non-mathematics majors; RONG Mingyuan was awarded the second prize for mathematics majors (Junior Group).

    The CMC Certificate (image by School of Mathematica Sciences, USTC)

    Since 2009, Chinese Mathematical Society has held an annual Chinese Mathematics Competitions for College Students (CMC), which aims at cultivating students’ love for higher mathematics and arising its importance degree to college teachers and students. As a national high-level subject competition, it provides a stage for young students to show their mathematical skills and accumulates research materials for selecting excellent mathematical talents. Through this competition, Chinese Mathematical Society and the provincial mathematics associations hope that they could promote the teaching reform of mathematics courses among universities, stimulate the enthusiasm of college students in learning mathematics, as well as promote the selection and cultivation of innovative talents.

    At present, Chinese Mathematics Competitions for College Students has become the most influential subject contest and owned the largest number of participants in the country. USTCers have always been outstanding in this competition, showing the solid foundation of students’ mathematical and physical skills, and also proving the excellent effect of USTC’s mathematical basic courses.

    (Written by YANG Xinqi, edited by LIN Yujie, USTC News Center)


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