JU students in the world finals of ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest
On 16-18 November the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science hosted the Central Europe Regional Contest 2012. The contest brought together 77 three-person teams from 31 best computer science universities from Croatia, Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia and Hungary. The Jagiellonian University was represented by 6 teams of students from the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science.
JU Students - Jakub Adamek, Grzegorz Guśpiel, and Jonasz Pamuła received the second award. The first award went to Comenius University, Bratislava, whereas the third – to the team from the University of Warsaw.
These three teams will take part in the world finals of the oldest and the most prestigious programming competition in the world – ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest in St. Petersburg in summer 2013.
JU Students, supervised and tutored by Prof. Paweł Idziak have entered the world finals for the 7th time. In 2006 they received the first prize and five years later – the third one.
Published by: Łukasz Wspaniały