IBA–Sponsored Team Wins Bronze at ACM ICPC
From April 6 to April 9, the 32nd ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest was held in Banff, Alberta, Canada. Of the 6,700 teams representing 1,821 universities from 83 countries competing at 213 sites from September to December 2007 worldwide, one hundred teams advanced to the World Finals. The world's finest university students of the computing sciences and engineering championed four gold, four silver and four bronze medals.
The team of the Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Informatics of the Belarusian State University (BSU) (Nikita Lesnikov, Pavel Irzhavsky, and Vladimir Kerus) took one of the bronze medals with its 12th place.
Vladimir Kotov, the team's coach; Pavel Mandrik, Dean of the Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Informatics; and IBA, the team's sponsor congratulated the students on their excellent performance at the contest.
The medalists of the championship are:
|1||Gold||St. Petersburg University of IT, Mechanics and Optics||8||1187|
|2||Gold||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||7||997|
|3||Gold||Izhevsk State Technical University||7||1008|
|4||Gold||Lviv National University||7||1010|
|5||Silver||Moscow State University||7||1165|
|8||Silver||University of Zagreb||7||1404|
|9||Bronze||University of Waterloo||7||1597|
|10||Bronze||Petrozavodsk State University||6||819|
|11||Bronze||St. Petersburg State University||6||826|
|12||Bronze||Belarusian State University||6||857|
In 2004, the IBA–sponsored BSU team won gold medals at the 28th ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest.
See the official contest results