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Future Engineers Page

We’ll spotlight our EWeek 2021 problem solvers starting on Monday, Feb. 22. We'll update this page every few hours during EWeek 2021, so please check back soon!
 
  • Future Engineer: an individual or group that participates in solving a Problem of the Day
  • Future Engineer with Honors: an individual or group that correctly solves all parts of a Problem of the Day

Monday: Environmental Engineering

Environmental engineers draw from ecology, geology, hydrology and numerous other sciences and apply engineering principles to work towards protecting the environment and human life.
 
Scroll down to download the list of drawing winners for the Environmental Engineering Problem!

Tuesday: Systems Engineering

Systems engineers take a multi-disciplinary approach, blending various branches of engineering and even project management skills, to ensure various components of complex projects come together and meet overall goals.
 
Scroll down to download the list of drawing winners for the Systems Engineering Problem!

Wednesday: Software Engineering

Software engineers design, develop, test and maintain computer software by applying mathematics, computer science and engineering principles. Margaret Hamilton is often credited with coining the term "software engineering" while working as an engineer on NASA's Project Apollo.
 
Scroll down to download the list of drawing winners for the Software Engineering Problem!

Thursday: Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace engineers, sometimes called "rocket scientists" in pop culture, design airplanes, spaceships and other aircraft and spacecraft, applying multiple engineering disciplines and sciences. 
 
Scroll down to download the list of drawing winners for the Aerospace Engineering Problem!

Friday: Chemical Engineering

Chemical engineers use math, biology, chemistry, physics and multiple engineering principles to design and develop chemical manufacturing processes that help us produce everything from plastic products and fuel to food and medicines. 
 
Scroll down to download the list of drawing winners for the Chemical Engineering Problem!
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Thank You, BAE Systems!
This EWeek 2021 project, including our prizes and awards for participants, is made possible thanks to support from BAE Systems, Inc., a sustaining sponsor of the MATHCOUNTS Foundation.
 

Prize Drawings

There were multiple ways to win during EWeek 2021, and every prize drawing had multiple winners selected! Each individual prize drawing winner won a $10 Amazon gift card and each group drawing winner won a $50 gift card to the MATHCOUNTS store!