Carnegie Mellon Informatics and Mathematics Competition

Ages:High School

Types:Exam, Tournament

Categories:Coding & Computer Science, Mathematics, Science, STEM

Scope:Regional

Registration Closes
Feb 1, 2020 11:59pm
America/New_York

The Carnegie Mellon Informatics and Mathematics Competition (CMIMC) is an annual math and computer science competition held at Carnegie Mellon University by CMU students. Contestants come in teams of 4-6 to participate in individual and team events. The contest consists of five rounds: power round, team round, and three individual rounds.

Form teams and compete onsite in an answering questions through a series of individual and team rounds.

See competition website
This competition has not yet listed it's awards.

Website: cmimc.math.cmu.edu

Managing Organization: Carnegie Mellon

Contact:

cmimc@math.cmu.edu

Entry Fee: 15

Eligibility:
<ol> <li>The competition is open only to high school students. Competitors do not have to be from the United States.</li> <li>Competitors register on teams of at most six individuals. Teams must be accompanied by at least one adult coach. Competitors who are minors will need to have a parent or guardian sign and submit the competition’s permission and liability waiver in order to compete.</li> <li>While teams of any size are permitted, we will attempt to combine teams of size three or smaller so that students are not severely disadvantaged during the Team and Power rounds. These students will still represent their original teams for individual round purposes.</li> <li>Teams do not have to be regional. That being said, we highly discourage team stacking, and in extreme cases it can lead to disqualification.</li> </ol>

Registration Closes
Feb 1, 2020 11:59pm
America/New_York

Overview

The Carnegie Mellon Informatics and Mathematics Competition (CMIMC) is an annual math and computer science competition held at Carnegie Mellon University by CMU students. Contestants come in teams of 4-6 to participate in individual and team events. The contest consists of five rounds: power round, team round, and three individual rounds.

Process

Form teams and compete onsite in an answering questions through a series of individual and team rounds.

Criteria

See competition website

Awards

This competition has not yet listed it's awards.

Participate

Website: cmimc.math.cmu.edu

Managing Organization: Carnegie Mellon

Contact:

cmimc@math.cmu.edu

Entry Fee: 15

Eligibility:
<ol> <li>The competition is open only to high school students. Competitors do not have to be from the United States.</li> <li>Competitors register on teams of at most six individuals. Teams must be accompanied by at least one adult coach. Competitors who are minors will need to have a parent or guardian sign and submit the competition’s permission and liability waiver in order to compete.</li> <li>While teams of any size are permitted, we will attempt to combine teams of size three or smaller so that students are not severely disadvantaged during the Team and Power rounds. These students will still represent their original teams for individual round purposes.</li> <li>Teams do not have to be regional. That being said, we highly discourage team stacking, and in extreme cases it can lead to disqualification.</li> </ol>

Deadlines

Registration Closes
Feb 1, 2020 11:59pm
America/New_York