NUS team TeamTam: Muhammad Rais Fathin Mudzakir (3rd year student), Agus Sentosa Hermawan (1st year student), and How Si Wei (2nd year student) has competed in the annual ACM ICPC World Finals 2017 in Rapid City, USA on 20-25 May 2016.
TeamTam obtained raw rank 32/133 teams but officially classified as rank joint-20. This is on par with NUS recent results since 2014 (joint-19/122/2014, joint-28/125/2015, joint-14/128/2016). Congratulations.
NUS ICPC Activities in 2017 and 2018 are donated by these generous companies:
Date and Time: Saturday, 02 September 2017, 9am-2PM SGT (end of Week 04, crosses lunchtime, lunch provided).
Tentative Venue: COM1-B-PL2 (capacity 46).
Format: Individual selection contest to determine individual coder rankings, using ICPC rules (e.g. 25 pages hardcopy reference material), but individual instead of team of three.
Problems are set by Dr Steven Halim with help from ... TBC ...
Tentative list of eligible NUS students are shown here.
Steven will do another mail blast to incoming freshmen around early August 2017 but the key strong students should already be listed here.
As we also do not host ACM ICPC Singapore in 2017, we will go to various Asian PP sites this year, see below.
Using donations from three companies mentioned above, we will send up to 5 NUS teams to 3 Asian PP sites in 2017.
Basically, the rationale for choosing these sites are:
Based on this 2017 Asia Pacific & Indochina Peninsula (PP) data, we will
100% go to:
Singapore will compete in Tehran, Iran for IOI 2017 (28 July - 4 August 2017). The on-site coach this year will be Ranald Lam Yun Shao.
Singapore IOI 2016 team has competed in Kazan, Russia, on 12-19 August 2016. All four returned with medals. Congratulations to Jacob Teo Por Loong (Gold), Clarence Chew Xuan Da (Silver), Pang Wen Yuen (Silver), and Zhang Guangxuan (Bronze).
Click here for a more detailed report by the on-site coach: Gan Wei Liang.
1G 2S 1B in 2016 is currently the third best result of Singapore IOI team in its 25 years of participation in IOI, bettered only by 2G 2S in 2001 and 2G 1S in 2014.
|Rank||Name||NOI17 (#)||APIO17 (#)||Sum||School (Year)|
|1 =||Pang Wen Yuen||471 (joint-1)||231 (1)||85.8||Raffles Institution (JC2)|
|:O:O:O||Jacob Teo Por Loong||471 (joint-1)||199 (3)||80.3||NUS High School (JC1)|
|2 ▲||Huang Xing Chen||416 (joint-5)||219 (2)||78.1||NUS High School (JC1)|
|3 ▲||Zhang Guangxuan||404 (7)||166 (4)||68.1||Raffles Institution (JC2)|
|4 =||Lim Li||416 (joint-5)||98 (6)||57.9||NUS High School (JC2)|
|5 ▼||Jeffrey Lee Chun Hean||435 (3)||66 (> 6)||54.5||NUS High School (Sec4)|
|6 ▼||Estelle Lee||418 (4)||56 (> 6)||51.3||Raffles Institution (JC1)|
|7 ▲||Clarence Chew Xuan Da||265 (> 10)||142 (5)||50.2||NUS High School (JC2)|
|8 =||Damian Ho Xu Yang||350 (10)||54 (> 6)||44.0||Hwa Chong Institution (JC1)|
The intensive trainings for top 4++ run from Monday, 12 June 2017 until Tuesday, 25 July 2017 (rank 5++ who are not yet JC2 as of 2017 are strongly recommended to join during the June school holiday period).
The training schedule (99.9% final) can be found here (a few minor changes are still possible, but will be rare).