UCF Teams finished first (Gold Medal) and third (Bronze Medal)
in the “South Division” of the North American Divisional Championship (NADC) of the International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC).
UCF’s 36-year-old record of “top three in the southeast” continued for another year, thanks to our excellent team members.
Congratulations to the UCF Programming Team (named “Raptor”) for finishing 10th in the ACM ICPC World Finals yesterday and first among the North American teams.
Congratulations to the UCF Programming Team, “Badlands”, who solved 7 problems in the World Finals of the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest and finished officially tied for 13th place in the contest! They were the best US team, and second in the North American region. An amazing performance from these Computer Science students: Timothy Buzzelli, Joshua Linge, and Alex Coleman.
Congratulations to the UCF Programming team for their strong finish in the World Finals.
Congratulations to the UCF Programming Team for their strong performance at the ACM Southeast Regional Programming Contest that was held on Saturday, November 14th.
The UCF Programming Team was one of more than 12,000 teams in 100+ countries that competed in regional contests.
Congratulations to the UCF Programming Team for their performance in the 2014 ACM Southeast USA Regional Programming Contest.
After competing in the World Finals, the UCF Programming Team finished 3rd in North America (USA and Canada) and 21st worldwide, beating teams from schools such as MIT, Stanford, and Carnegie Mellon.
The UCF Programming Team will compete Wednesday against 121 teams in the World Finals. UCF advanced to the World Finals after placing first in the Southeast Regional Contest.