The Singapore Mathematics Project Festival (SMPF) was inaugurated by the Singapore Mathematical Society in 2001 in recognition of the fact that creative and innovative work in mathematics may best be reflected in project work wherein ideas may be thoroughly explored and carried through from start to finish.
The objective of this activity is 3-fold:
(i) to encourage secondary school students in Singapore to carry out and present innovative and creative work in mathematics,
(ii) to recognise and emphasise the importance of project-based learning in the secondary school curriculum, and
(iii) to complement the examination-based Mathematical Olympiads organised by the Society.
For more information visit the official website at http://sms.math.nus.edu.sg/festival/festival.aspx
Project based learning
$50 per project for schools which are SMS institutional members and $60 per project for schools which are non-SMS institutional members.
Strong skills in mathematics and innovative thinking required.
Create a mathematics project
Payment and online submission of projects.