PRISMS students participated in the Carnegie Mellon Informatics and Mathematics Competition (CMIMC) again this year. Guided by computer science teacher Dr. Weihsing Wang, Andy W. won the 2nd place in the Non-fungible Greed Control problem in the AI Round. Steven L. and David W. won the 3rd place in the Non-fungible Greed Control problem in the AI round, and 3rd place in the entire AI Round.
This year, 214 teams participated in this event. CMIMC is an annual math and computer science competition organized by Carnegie Mellon University students. Our students have been participating in this event every year.