What is Mathematical Modeling?

The mathematical modeling  field is more than just math. It is an open-ended research subject where no definite answers exist for any problem. Thinking creatively and out-of-the-box  are fundamental to successfully solving issues.
Math modeling enables one to connect different fields of studies together including, but not limited to, statistics, algebra, calculus, matrices, programming, and scientific writing.  This vast integration of subjects opens up new opportunities and discoveries.
 
Usage
• Present in different fields of study
• Interdisciplinary subject
• Exploring the world around you
• A skill you may not know you already have!
• Handy tools for research and science fairs
• Necessary in a wide range of  college majors
 
 
 
Learning
• Three major components
• Mathematical algorithms
• Computational programming and simulations
• Deliverable research papers and results
• Check out our resources page to start learning now!
 
 
 
Benefits
• Educational and stimulating
• Connecting fields of study in ways you never thought of
• Learn how to use powerful tools, such as MATLAB® 
• Learn/improve programming skills
• Teamwork and communication
• Exposure to algorithms and strategies, important in industries
 
 
 
You might know how to solve it...  
But do you know how to MODEL it?
Association of Computational and Mathematical Modeling

Resources

For both experienced and novice members, AoCMM presents helpful advice, previous solution papers, and references to great sources.  

Competition

Purpose

As a non-profit organization, AoCMM aims to spread among bright, youthful minds the power and versatility of mathematical modeling when applied to real-life research.
Want to test out your skills and win numerous awards? AoCMM presents an annual, online, international math modeling competition to all students below the age of 20. 
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Sponsors

We convey our most sincere gratitude to the following organizations for their support. Without their contributions, we would have never been able to provide the oppurtunity to spread and expand math modeling globally via free resources and the annual math modeling competition. As a result, we urge participants to check out the following sponsors for more information and advancement of education.

AoCMM Sponsor: American Statistical Association
AoCMM Sponsor: Art of Problem Solving
AoCMM Sponsor: Maplesoft
AoCMM Sponsor: Elite Educational Institute
AoCMM Sponsor: ThinkTank Learning