UBC Ranks Second in 2011 ACM Regional Competition

Five UBC teams participated in the  ACM 2011 Regional Competition on Saturday, November 5, at Simon Fraser University.  One of the teams places 2nd at the competition, outranking universities such as UC Berkeley, University of Washington and SFU. UBC has qualified for the ACM World Finals 7 out of the past 8 years and given the teams' strong performances, there is a high chance UBC will advance to the 2012 World Finals in Warsaw, Poland. 

Here are the team members and the final result for the Regional Competition:

2nd -- UBC! : Xing Chen (CS), Aram Ebtekar (Math/CS), Martin Lau (CS)

7th -- UBC^: Jonathan Shen (Math/CS), Jerome Li (CS), Kenneth Lui (CS)

14th -- UBC*: Ayden Wong (Math/CS), Maverick Chan (CS), Daniel Lu (Engineering Physics)

17th -- UBC+: Terence Lin (CS), Paul Liu (Math/Physics), Karlming Chen (Math)

28th -- UBC~: Perry Liu (CS), Ryan Chung (CS), Angus Lim (Engineering Physics)

Congratulations to all the team members!

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