XTU Wins ACM-ICPC Asia Regional Golden Award
Si Haiyang, Guo Chenliang, and Cheng Jian (from L to R)
The 43rd ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest Asia Regional Contest (Xuzhou Station) was held at China University of Mining and Technology on October 27 and 28, 2018. A total of 288 teams from 181 colleges and universities in China participated in the competition. Xiangtan University team won the gold medal, making breakthrough in the ACM-ICPC Asia Regional Contest.
The team, supervised by Mr. Xie Yong of the College of Information Engineering (CIE), consisted of three students. They are: Si Haiyang, 2015 CIE network engineering major; Cheng Jian, 2015 CIE software engineering; and Guo Chenliang, 2015 Class Shaofeng, School of Mathematics and Computational Science. They cooperated with each other to complete 2 questions, and finally won the gold medal. And the team ranked the 16th.
The ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest was initiated by the Association for Computing Machinery in 1970, referred to as ACM/ICPC. It is the largest and highest level international student programming competition in the international computer circle with a long history and global recognition. It is known as the Olympic competition in the field of computer software.