Shenzhen Technology University (SZTU) held the award ceremony of the 12th Chinese Mathematics Competitions (CMC) recently. CMC is a high-level math competition in China sponsored by China Mathematical Society. It aims to stimulate students’ interest in learning mathematics, discover and select innovative talents in mathematics, and push forward the reform and development of mathematics courses at universities and colleges.
Award ceremony of the 12th Chinese Mathematics Competitions [Photo/College of Big Data and Internet]
With the strong support from SZTU and concerted efforts of its teachers and students, 8 out of 16 students achieved excellent results in the Guangdong Division of the 12th CMC, marking a record-high number of CMC winners from SZTU. Among them, Dong Desen won the second prize and 7 students won the third prizes, namely Yang Zhiqiang, Cai Yunxiang, Yan Zhuozhuan, Yan Zhenqi, Feng Yongxuan, Qiu Weiyan and Wang Daocheng. Prof. Liu Hongwei, director of Department of Academic Affairs, Prof. Xiang Shaohua, dean of College of Big Data and Internet, and Prof. Fu Xianghua, head of Teaching and Research Section of Computer Fundamentals, attended the award ceremony and presented the prizes.
Prof. Liu Hongwei presents the award to the second prize winner. [Photo/College of Big Data and Internet]
Prof. Xiang Shaohua (first one on the right) and Prof. Fu Xianghua (first one on the left) present awards to the third prize winners. [Photo/College of Big Data and Internet]
Prof. Liu Hongwei congratulates the award-winning students. [Photo/College of Big Data and Internet]
At the ceremony, Prof. Liu stressed the importance of mathematics in the learning and practice of science and engineering, and encouraged the students to keep moving ahead for more success in different competitions.
Prof. Xiang Shaohua gives a speech at the ceremony. [Photo/College of Big Data and Internet]
Prof. Xiang praised the students for the outstanding results they achieved, and expounded the close relations between mathematics and some cutting-edge subjects and the important role mathematics plays.
Representing the instructors, Shi Shijie talks about the efforts the instructor team has made in the competition. [Photo/College of Big Data and Internet]
The instructors said they will keep guiding students to explore the fun of mathematics and cultivating their interest in it, and meanwhile adjust the teaching methods based on work experience to enable students to apply mathematical thinking to solving real-world problems in different fields.
On behalf of the winners, Dong Desen shares his experience and gains from participating in the competition. [Photo/College of Big Data and Internet]
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