Virtual Success – MSCS 2020

We are happy to share that our first virtual conference was a success!

The 2020 Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science Conference (MSCS) was hosted virtually by SMU on October 31 and November 1. There was a great turnout with 156 attendees, 25 Math contestants, 43 Programming contestants, 19 undergraduate and 6 graduate presentations.

It wouldn’t be a conference without our students being recognized for their hard work. Please take a look at the list of award winners below!

Thank you to St. Mary’s University, the conference organizers and all of those who attended. It wouldn’t have been possible and a great success without you.

Alexander Clow
Amanda Porter
BivashPandey
ChristopherMacdonaldRe
David LeBlanc
EllenDoriaRe
TiZhouRe
VaughnMenchionsRe
WillMelansonRe

Mathematics and Statistics Award Winners

Best Oral Presentations

First place: Alexander Clow, St. Francis Xavier University

Second place: Amanda Porter, Mount Allison University

Mathematics Competition

First place: Xiaoyu Jia, Dalhousie University

Second place: Vaugn Menchions, Dalhousie University

Third place (tie): Cameron Nickerson, Mount Allison University and Ellen Doria, University of New Brunswick

Computer Science Award Winners

Best Oral Presentations

First place: Bivash Pandey, St. Mary’s University

Second Place: David Leblanc, Acadia University

Programming Competition 

First place: StFX Coladog: Jueqi Wang, Ti Zhou (1st)

Second Place: MTA 0x2A : Calum Bird, Crystal Sharpe, Rija Ali

Third place: UPEI Panthers CSW: Christopher MacDonald, Scott MacIntosh, Will Taylor-Melanson

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