Champlain Student Programmers Compete in ACM Regionals

WeiStudentsSix students of Wei Kian Chen, Chair and Associate Professor of Software Technology in the Division of Information Technology & Sciences, represented Champlain College for the first time at the annual Association for Computing Machinery’s (ACM) International Collegiate Programming Contest (Regional Preliminary) last Saturday at Western New England University.  problem set

The two teams of students were made up of only second year students. The contestants are required to solve seven problems in five hours. The challenge is to solve as many problem as possible.  One team solved four problems and the other team solved two problems.  This is a commendable first-time effort for these sophomores!

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