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The ACM-ICPC World Finals

The 2015 ACM-ICPC World Finals sposored by IBM hosted by The Moroccan Association for Computing Machinery, Mohammed V University, Al Akhawayn University and Mundiapolis University were held today. The ACM international Collegiate Programming Contest, ICPC, traces its roots to a competition held at Texas A&M University   in 1970 hosted by the Alpha Chapter of the Upsilon Pi Epsilon   Computer Science Honor Society (UPE). The contest evolved into its present form as a multi-tier competition in 1977, with the first finals held in conjunction with the ACM Computer Science Conference

Teams qualify to advance to the World Finals through Regional Contests. Only one team from a given institution may advance to the World Finals.  Contestants and registered student team members will be provided free one-year memberships in  ACM .  No team member on the qualifying team may have competed as a contestant in two previous World Finals.The best 128 teams of three students represented their universities on six continents today.

The team of our freshmen - Yury Mokriy, Aydar Sayranov, Ivan Trofimov after a year of  hard work made it to the finals. Here are the results:

Team
Members

Aydar Sayranov
Ivan Trofimov 
Yury Mokriy

 

Results
Position

9

Participants

277

Stage

Semifinal

Position

22

Participants

225

Stage

Final

Position

42

Participants

128