All files should be submitted as by the deadline a single email with a single attached zip file to email@example.com, The body of the email should forward the registration confirmation email received at registration time, as the way to authenticate the submitting team. Good luck!
Teams of at most three students can participate. The team leader must be a graduate student, though the other members
of the team can be advanced undergraduate students. Each member of the team must be registered as a full-time student
at a recognized educational institution during the Spring term of the 2016-2017 academic year.
Students with any background are eligible. Collaboration between students from different departments is strongly encouraged.
Each team must declare a team advisor with which the team may consult about the problem and their solution. It is the team advisor’s responsibility to ensure that the students have appropriate knowledge for the competition. The team advisor should not be involved as a participant in the solution process.
As the conference is international, so is the competition. Teams from all over the world can participate, as long as at least one team member can come to the conference, should the team make it to the final round. The official language of the competition is English.
After your team has registered, you will receive license files and download paths for AIMMS software. There is no deadline for registration, but there is a deadline for the submission of your solution.
If you have questions about the problem or the competition format in general, please contact Martin Takac at takac (AT) lehigh.edu. If you have questions about the AIMMS software and licensing related issues, please contact support (AT) aimms.com.