**The 10th session of S.-T. Yau Mathematics Competition for College students**（2019）
**The 9th session of S.-T. Yau Mathematics Competition for College students**（2018）
**The 8th session of S.-T. Yau Mathematics Competition for College students**（2017）
**The 7th session of S.-T. Yau Mathematics Competition for College students** (2016)
**The 6th session of S.-T. Yau Mathematics Competition for College students**（2015）
**The 5th session of S.-T. Yau Mathematics Competition for College students**（2014）
**The 4th session of S.-T. Yau Mathematics Competition for College students**（2013）
**The 3rd session of S.-T. Yau Mathematics Competition for College students**（2012）
**The 2nd session of S.-T. Yau Mathematics Competition for College students**（2011）
**The 1st session of S.-T. Yau Mathematics Competition for College students**（2010）
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GRADING
Each problem is graded on a basis of 0 to 10 points. All the necessary work to justify an answer and all the necessary steps of a proof must be shown clearly to obtain full credit. Some partial credit may be given, but only when a contestant has shown significant and substantial progress toward a solution.
PRIZES
Prizes will be awarded to the departments of mathematics of the institutions with the five winning teams. A gold medal will be awarded to the first place team. We can give a name of this medal after the donor. The gold medal shall be kept by the university who won the contests at a rotational basis.
In addition, there will be prizes awarded to each of the members of these teams. The five highest ranking individuals are designated S. T. Yau Fellows. Prizes will be awarded to each of these individuals and to each of the next twenty highest ranking contestants.
To each field we shall have a medal:Hua Medal,Chern Medal,Chow Medal,Xu Medal,Lin Medal,S. T. Yau Medal. |