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The ACM's International Collegiate Programming Contest

2009

On Saturday, October 24, 2009, three ACM teams competed at the ACM's International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) held at UIC. One team placed 3rd for this site and 5th for the region by solving 5 out of 9 problems successfully, and the other two teams did very well also by solving 3 out of the 9 problems. Congratulations, competitors!

2008

Three teams of three students each performed at the ACM's International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) Saturday, 11/01/2008, at University of Illinois/Chicago. Out of 149 teams representing 63 institutions and competing at 10 sites in the Mid-Central Region, we had the following results...

ACM Team II picture ACM Team II, consisting of teammates Robert Beavers, Brandon Haugen, and Joe Fontana, solved four of the eight problems in the five hours of the contest to finish in fourth place at the UIC Contest Site and sixth in the entire region, out of 149 teams. Congratulations to these students!

ACM Team I picture ACM Team I, consisting of teammates Heather Brysiewicz, James Tonyan, and Kevin Naglich, solved three of the eight problems in the five hours of the contest to finish in 65th place in the entire region.  Congratulations to our current ACM officers!

ACM Team III picture ACM Team III, consisting of teammates Franco Reyes, Evan Boldt, and Lucas Kedzierski, ran into some problems but put forth a great effort none the less. Congratulations to these students as well!

And finally, congratulations to Geoffrey Decker, the ACM's Faculty Advisor!

Contact one of the ACM officers if you are interested in participating in upcoming contests.