Dear CSU Students,
We would like to invite you to a virtual CSU System MATLAB Competition from October 15th till October 24th. This competition is open to all CSU students (undergraduate, graduate) across all 23 campuses!
The competition will consist of 3 rounds and the winner of each round will get MATLAB branded items, a copy of MATLAB Student Suite and Amazon gift cards ($50 for Round 1, $100 for Round 2 and $200 for Round 3).
For registration and more information please visit here.
Note: At registration, please provide your CSU email address. We will use this for all individual communications and including you in the competition.
Also, don’t forget to join MathWorks-CSU LinkedIn Group for all the latest information and discussions about the competition!
If you have any questions, please post them to the LinkedIn group. We look forward to having you at this competition and other MATLAB events! Happy computing with MATLAB!
The Competition Organizing Team
CSU System MATLAB Competition
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