Terps place first in ACM programming contest
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The Department's ACM team won the ACM Mid-Atlantic Programming Contest in early November and has advanced to the 2010 ACM-ICPC World Finals to be held in Harbin, China. The team is one of the top 100 teams out of 7,000 teams competing, representing 1,800 universities in 88 countries. The contest will be sponsored by IBM and hosted by Harbin Engineering University. The Finals are scheduled this year for early February. The team includes CS undergrads Alan Jackoway, Mitchell Katz, and Matt McCutchen with coaching provided by Prof. Amol Deshpande.