Congratulations to the UCF Programming Team for finishing 2nd (out of 21 universities) in the North American Invitational Programming Contest (NAIPC).
UCF’s most winning team lands another regional win. Coach Ali Orooji, CECS associate professor, now seeks a world title for the scholarship-funded team.
The UCF Programming Team’s 31-year-old record of “top three in the southeast” continued for another year, thanks to our excellent team members.
The University of Central Florida’s most-winning competitive team has returned from St. Petersburg, Russia with an impressive ranking: as the world’s 48th best computer programming team.
The UCF Programming Team (including Matt Fontaine, Travis Meade and Antony Stabile) finished fifth in the University of Chicago Invitational, completing 7 of the 10 problems posed in the 5 hour contest. They were only beaten by Waterloo, Harvard, Stanford and Princeton. The team is heading to compete in the World Finals in May.