The purpose of the mathematics program at IMSA is to help students develop and use mathematics for their own thinking, problem solving, and development as informed citizens and leaders; to help students appreciate the power, economy, elegance, and beauty of mathematical thought; to be a mathematical resource for other members of the IMSA community; and to promote IMSA and its mission by enhancing mathematical education for citizens of the state of Illinois and beyond.

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COMAP's High School Mathematical Contest in Modeling (HiMCM)

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2015: "Go With The Flow", Paul Nebres '16, Kushagra Gupta '16, Jason Chen '16, and Noor Michael '16

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2015: "No Safety, Know Pain : Know Safety, No Pain", Brice Wang '16, Joy Qiu '16, Daniel Sohn '16, and Angad Garg '16

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2016: HiMCM International Mathematics Modeling Contest: National Outstanding Paper, Suchet Kumar '19, Tommy Vadakumchery '19, Nathan Kim '19, and Bert Cao '19

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2016: "Maximizing Customer Convenience with Hill Climbing", Ankit Agarwal '17, William Tong '17, Robert Lou '17, and George Moe '17

Moody's Math Modeling Challenge

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2016: "Analysis of the Effectiveness of Varying Car-sharing Business Models", William Tong '17, Sachin Govind '16, Ankit Agarwal '17, David Xu '16, and George Moe '17

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2017: "From Sea to Shining Sea: Looking Ahead with the National Park Service", Abhay Gupta '18, James Wei '18, Istvan Kovach '18, Shyam Sai '18, and Darius Hong '18

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2017: "Park2Vec: A Vector Representation of Our National Parks’ Climate Change Susceptibility", William Tong '17, Ankit Agarwal '17, George Moe '17, and Aakash Lakshmanan '17