Princeton team places 13th at ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest
April 18, 2008
A three member team from Princeton, freshman John Pardon and seniors David Costanzo (Computer Science) and Amirali Modir Shanechi (EE) , was one of 100 teams which competed in the World Finals of the prestigious ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest, 2008, in Banff, Canada. The Princeton team placed thirteenth along with nine other teams; the top twelve teams receive gold silver and bronze medals. The only other American teams that performed better than Princeton were MIT and Stanford. Congratulations to them for a great performance!