Recently, six students from Beihang University won several prizes in the final of the 11th Chinese Mathematics Competitions (CMC) held at Wuhan University.
Huang Wenhuan and Li Jialei won the first and second prizes respectively in the Mathematics-major Group. In the Non-mathematics-major Group, Nan Junfeng was honored with the first prize, Wu Dongyi and Chen Yuxuan nabbed the second prize, and Han Chengkai won the third prize.
Founded in 2009 and sponsored by the Chinese Mathematical Society, CMC is one of the most influential high-level discipline competitions for undergraduates in China. It is an important way for well-known universities across the country to select innovative talents in mathematics and provides a platform for students to share skills and ideas in mathematics. The preliminary competition is usually held from the end of October to the beginning of November each year, and the final is carried out in March the next year.
Reported by Mu Huan
Reviewed by Yuan Xing
Edited by Jia Aiping
Translated by Lyu Xingyun