CS Programming Contest 2019

CS Programming Contest 2019The traditional CS programming contest was held for the 14th time in a row on Friday, June 28, 2019, sponsored by Google and Microsoft.

A record number of 27 teams received 10 different problems taken from different areas in mathematics and computer science and wrote solutions as follows:

External teams (already competed in previous years):
- Team "Rubber Duck Forces" (7 problems): Artem Shtefan, Dean Leitersdorf, Vova Polosukhin
- Team "Whatever" (6 problems): Evgenii Zheltonozhskii, Rami Masalha

Internal teams:
1st place - 5 problems (well done!): Team "SleightOfHand": Michael Zaloziecki, Rui Jiang, Ron Hirsch
2nd place - 3 problems: Team "Alpha-Mu-Alpha (Yuvi and the cuties): Antonio Abu Nassar, Yonathan Akkerman, Yuval Milo
3rd place - 3 problems: Team "Guardians of the Min-Cut": Dafna Regev, Ron Yitzhak, Shahar Romem Peled
4th place - 3 problems: Team "Tarimoo 10": Dana Goghberg, Moran Hait, Yael Tsafrir
5th place - 3 problems" Team "DAG": Anny Firer, Daniela Dagan, Gloria Groysman

The students are all graduates of the Competitive Programming workshop, directed by Nofar Carmeli (TAIC) and Gil Ben-Shachar, who also organized the contest, supervised by Prof. Gill Barequet. The winning team will represent the faculty and the Technion in the prestigious programming contest ACM/ICPC, to be held in Paris in November 2019.

Thanks to all participants and organizers, to Google and Microsoft for the support, congratulations to the winning teams and good luck in Paris!

Pictures from the event.

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