Math Day 2019 - January 26, 2019

FAU Math Day 2024 - Update coming soon! Stay tuned...and save Saturday, March 9, 2024 for Math Day!


FAU Math Day 2023 - Solutions and Rankings

Solutions to the individual competition problems: Click here


Rankings: For the rankings click here


For upcoming event information please check the Department page.

For questions or suggestions, send your e-mails to
or email Dr. Tomas Schonbek at

Suggestions from teachers, especially from those who attended previous Math Days, are particularly welcome.


About FAU

Florida Atlantic University serves over 30,000 undergraduates, and 5,000 graduate and professional students in a rapidly expanding urban environment with the main campus located three miles from the Atlantic Ocean, on an 850-acre site in Boca Raton. The department of mathematical sciences offers the degrees BA, BS, MS, MS in Applied Mathematics and Statistics, MS in Teaching, and Ph.D. in Mathematics. There are 35 faculty members in the department, most of them actively engaged in research in areas that range from the purely classical to cutting-edge applications in biomathematics and communications security. Students graduating from the department have the option of pursuing careers in teaching, in industry, or continue their mathematical education by enrolling in a graduate program, either at FAU or elsewhere. For qualified students, the department offers a combined BS-MS program.


Math Day 2023 is made possible through several very generous donors.

Math Day is organized by Tomas Schonbek, Emily Cimillo, Sonia Kimbrough, Maria Provost, and Eda Kuluslu. The competition problems are prepared by math faculty, including Xiao-Dong Zhang, and Tomas Schonbek. Moreover, Math Day would not be possible without the enthusiastic and indispensable support received from the Charles E. Schmidt College of Science, the Center for Cryptology and Information Security, the staff, faculty, and students of the Department of Mathematical Sciences, and last, but definitely not least, from all the hard working high school mathematics teachers in Broward, Palm Beach, Dade, and Martin counties.