2013 ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest World Finals

The team from the University of Sydney participated in the World Finals of the ACM ICPC held from June 30th to July 4th in St Petersburg, Russia. The Brogrammers team who won the ACM ICPC South Pacific Regionals was selected among about 30'000 competing students from all over the world. The University of Sydney shares the 60th place for having solved three problems during the world finals. The official results are available on the ACM ICPC website.

The University of Sydney
The University of Sydney team: Vincent Gramoli (coach), Giles Gardam, Bin Zhou and George Karpenkov. (Photo by Bob Smith, source: http://icpc.baylor.edu/icpcnews/photo/)

2012 ACM South Pacific Contest

The 2012 ACM Programming Contest (South Pacific Region) was held on Saturday September 15, 2012 organized by the School of Information Technologies of the Unviersity of Sydney. 85 teams competed in the ACM ICPC South Pacific Regional contest at 12 sites across Australia and New Zealand, including:

This year the two first teams of the contest were from the sydney site. They will represent the south pacific region at the upcoming ACM ICPC World Finals in St Petersburg in 2013.

Brogrammers (University of Sydney)
Brogrammers (University of Sydney): Giles Gardam, Bin Zhou, George Karpenkov and Vincent Gramoli (coach).

The Four Milkmen (University of New South Wales)
The Four Milkmen (University of New South Wales): Tim Lambert (coach), Raveen de Silva, Casey Roberts and Steven Fan.

(Photos by Taso Viglas)
More photos from the competition can be found here.

Further information about the competition is available at South pacific regional site or at ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest.