Computer Science Students Participate in Programming Conf.

Xuanming Cui '20 of Qingdao, China, Khang Le '19 of Hanoi, Vietnam, Yuexin Li '19 of Zhengzhou, China, all of whom are computer science majors, participated in the annual ACM Programming Contest Regional Final on Nov. 11 at the Rochester Institute of Technology.

The team was one of the 17 from the Northeast that competed for a spot in the ACM Programming Contest World Final in April 2018 in Beijing, China.

Other teams included Acadia University, Boston College, Dalhousie University, Hamilton College, Harvard University, McGill University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Mount Allison University, Northeastern University, Plymouth State University, Rochester Institute of Technology, Siena College, St. Lawrence University, University of Rochester, University of Connecticut, University of Massachusetts Amherst, and University of New Brunswick Fredericton. The MIT team solved all nine problems securing the spot in the world final in Beijing.

It was the first time St. Lawrence University qualified for the regional final in the last 15 years. For more information, visit Math, Computer Science, and Statistics.