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Wilfrid Laurier University Faculty of Science
October 25, 2014

Canadian Excellence

contest

Laurier ACM Team



The ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest is conducted between the top Universities and Colleges of the world. Wilfrid Laurier's ACM team is a group of students who practice for the contest year-round, solving problems, learning algorithms and problem-solving strategies. We compete individually several times a year at University of Waterloo. Once a year we send one or two teams to compete in the regional competition. We may or may not qualify for the world finals, but without a doubt participating in the competition is appreciated by many top employers.

Our ACM team meets twice a week, 5:30 PM Tuesdays and Thursdays in the Science Building N2095 to practice problems and learn new approaches to programming.

Feel free to contact us at wlu.acm@gmail.com or come to our meetings!

2008

East Central North America Regional Programming Contest
Final Standings

Team WLU-A
- 3 problems solved
- 19/124 teams
- 8/26 Canadian teams

Team WLU-Z
- 2 problems solved
- 40/124 teams
- 13/26 Canadian teams



2007

East Central North America Regional Programming Contest
Final Standings (top 92 teams)

- 3 problems solved
- 18/116 teams
- 6/27 Canadian teams

Dr. Eugene Zima (coach), Olav Jordan, Kyrylo Stepanchuk, Jeff Armstrong, Joe Bruggeman

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2006

East Central North America Regional Programming Contest
Final Standings (top 92 teams)

- 2 problems solved
- 30/116 teams
- 11/29 Canadian teams

Jeff Armstrong,
Dr. Eugene Zima (coach),
Olav Jordan,
Kyrylo Stepanchuk

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