The ACM-ICPC World Finals 2013 is taking place in Saint Petersburg, Russia from June 30th - July 4th 2013, and your U of L Programming Club will be there!
The ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) is a team-based programming competition that spans the globe, reaching out to tens of thousands of the world’s brightest computing students annually.
This “battle of the brains,” requires students to learn to work together, against the clock, to solve complex, real-world problems. Quite simply, it is the oldest, largest and most prestigious programming contest in the world.
On the Road to Russia
Congratulations to our 2012 team, led by Professor Howard Cheng, Department of Mathematics & Computer Science, and (left to right) Hugh Ramp (BSc Physics), Chris Martin (BSc Computer Science), and Darcy Best (MSc Mathematics). This U of L team is one of only 115 teams who have been invited to the World Finals.
Join Our World Class Team
Each year, our U of L team is recognized as one of the best in the “Rocky Mountain Region,” including Arizona, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, Eastern Nevada, Idaho, Montana, Alberta, Saskatchewan and New Mexico, and consistently finishes in the top 10. Imagine how adding this achievement to your resume would look to the world’s top IT employers like IBM, Microsoft and Google.
Participate in the U of L Programming Club and join us on our path to world domination—or at the very least to the World Finals each year!
Contact Howard Cheng for more information:
Department of Mathematics & Computer Science
University of Lethbridge
403 329 2182
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