The 2009 papers are posted below. The results are: Alex, Tracy, and
Dylan; Simon, Daniel, and Genia; Chris, Igor, and Ian: all
Meritorious; Ben, Chad, and Eric: Successful Participant. This
is the largest number of Meritorious (top 18%) we have ever
had. The results are available at mcm
There were 1650 teams entered.
Sam Burden, Lukas, and Aaron are Outstanding
Winners and MAA Winners. Nate, Wes, and Sam Whittle are
Outstanding Winners. Kyotaro, Peter, Ting; and Alex, Evan, and
Harkirat are Honorable Mention. The results are at this link. The UW Week article on the winners.
MCM and ICM 2005
The results are in. Once again we have an Outstanding Winner (Ryan,
Braxton, and Christina), who also won the INFORMS Prize. Jenny,
Jerry, and Nick received a Meritorious Award, and the rest of the
teams were all judged Honorable Mention. This was surely the most
competitive contest ever. The results are available at 2005 MCM Results. UW newsrelease on the competition, which appeared in University Week on April 14, 2005. There is also an article in the Daily on April 19, 2005.
- Ryan Bressler, Braxton Osting, and Christina Polwarth solved
problem A. Their paper is Analysis of
Dam Failure in the Saluda River Valley.
- Jenny French, Jerry Pan, and Nick Reichert solved problem A.
Their paper is One, Two Step.
- Cary Cherng, Andrew Lewis, and Simon Pai solved problem B. Their
paper is Modeling Toll Plaza Behavior Using
Queing Theory. Cary moments after
the contest finished.
- Noah Giansiracusa, Elliott Ginder, and Kyotaro Hemmi solved problem
B. Their paper is For Whom the Booth
- Jeff Eaton , Eliana Hecter, and Lukas Svec solved problem C. Their
paper is Catch Me if You Can. A Projection
of Southeast Alaskan Salmon Populations.
- Wes Essig, Joel Nishimura, and Ravi Shroff solved problem C. Their
paper is Between a Rockfish and a Hard
- Jack Hebert, Sierra Michels-Slettvet, and Zack Spencer solved
problem C. Their paper is "Hitting the Fan: A Projective Look
at the Waste Management Crisis in Developed and Developing
The teams for the 2004 contest were:
We have one
Outstanding Winner (Sasha, Tracy, and Casey), two Meritorious
Winners (Cary, Simon, and Braxton; Noah, Elliott, and Michael),
and one Successful Participant (Emily, Zack, and Lukas).
Results can be viewed at MCM 2004 Results site.
The problems can be viewed at the
Website. The UW press release. News items from UW Daily, Seattle PI, and Tacoma News Tribune.
The two math teams for the 2003 contest were
A photo of the teams together with an interloper.
Ernie, Jeff, and Simon are Outstanding Winners and their paper wins the
MAA award. Mark, Sam, and Luke are Outstanding Winners and
their paper wins the INFORMS Award. There were 638 entrants
this year. Six solutions of problem A were Outstanding and
five solutions of problem B were outstanding.
The MCM 2003 results are at the
MCM 2003 Results Site. This is the first time that one university has had
Outstanding Winners (and award winners) of the two different
MCM problems. Here is a link to an article in the University Week. And here is the Seattle Times Editorial of Monday, April 28.
The two math teams for the 2002 contest were
The two acms teams for the 2002 contest were
There were 522 teams, four Outstanding solutions of problem A and six
Outstanding solutions of problem B.
The MCM 2002 results are at the MCM2002
- Zach Frazier, Michal Guerquin, and Charles Mills.
- John Otterson, M.J. Antonelli, and Stephen Schmitt.
The math team for the 2001 contest was
The MCM 2001 results are at the MCM2001