UBC ACM Programming Team Ranks 56 in World Finals

The UBC ACM Programming Team competed in the World Finals of the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest in Beijing, China on April 19, 2018.  The team did really well, solving 4 problems and getting 56th place in the world (59th place when factoring in the solution times and failed attempts). UBC came in eighth among North American schools and first among the Canadian schools, beating out University of Waterloo for top honors.

Congratulations to the coach and team members!

     Daniel Du (coach CS3)

     Lucca Siaudzionis, (Business/CS1)

     Gregory Zhang (EngPhys5)

     David Zheng (Math/CS4)

The official results are below:

https://icpc.baylor.edu/worldfinals/results 

Scoreboard: https://icpc.baylor.edu/scoreboard/

Problems: https://icpc.baylor.edu/worldfinals/problems/icpc2018.pdf

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