ACM team participates in International Collegiate Programming Contest
On October 26 the CU Denver Inquisitors, a team of ACM students, participated at the International Collegiate Programming Contest for the first time in college history. A total of 72 teams participated at the Rocky Mountain Regional competition, including several teams from Canada.
The team members, all computer science students, are Paul Guszak, Esther Palacios Herzog and Gabriel Jones. The team was sponsored by assistant professor Ashis Biswas.
The International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) is an algorithmic programming contest for college students. Teams of three, representing their university, work to solve the most real-world problems, fostering collaboration, creativity, innovation, and the ability to perform under pressure. Through training and competition, teams challenge each other to raise the bar on the possible. Quite simply, it is the oldest, largest, and most prestigious programming contest in the world. More about ICPC…
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