The CUNY Math Challenge is overseen by an expert committee consisting of the following faculty from math and computer science departments across the CUNY system:
John H. Conway is an emeritus John von Neumann Distinguished Professor of Mathematics, Princeton University.
Amotz Bar-Noy is a Professor in the Department of Information and Computer Science at Brooklyn College. He teaches courses in algorithms, and his areas of specialization include algorithms and communication networks.
Ted Brown is a Professor of Computer Science at Queens College and Executive Director of the CUNY Institute for Software Design and Development.
Saad Mneimneh is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Hunter College. He is an integrator at the Museum of Math (MoMath) where he helps kids and their parents explore mathematics.
Alexander Ryba is a Professor of Computer Science at Queens College. He has coached math problem-solving teams at Queens College, Marquette University, and the University of Michigan. He was a member of the British team at the International Math Olympiad in 1976.
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