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Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science Awards

 

Atlantic Canadian Preliminary Contest Awards

A highlight of the annual Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science conference is the “Atlantic Canadian Preliminary Contest” programming competition. Teams of up to three students have five hours to analyze problems, design solutions and write computer programs to solve as many of the given problems as quickly as possible.

This competition is part of the world-wide ACM Intercollegiate Programming Contest (ICPC); the top teams from the Atlantic Canadian Preliminary Contest go on to compete in the Northeast North America (NENA) competition.

Past programming problem sets can be viewed here.

Winning team members each receive a cash prize and letter of commendation.

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Science Atlantic Mathematics Problem Solving Competition Awards

Each year, the Science Atlantic Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science conference opens on Friday with a problem solving competition. Teams of two compete, with no notes, calculators, computers, cellphones, etc.

Detailed guidelines and past problem sets can be viewed here.

Winning team members each receive a cash prize and letter of commendation.

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