Saturday, November 5, 2011

Memorial University CS Games Singles Fall 2011 Results

The Fall 2011 CS Singles programming competition took place last Friday night at Memorial University. Eighteen students took part, trying their skills against the algorithmic conundrums the programming competition committee prepare as their set of three problems.

After 150 minutes the competition time expired and the judges prepared the results.
Awaiting the results.
Competition Judges (Left to Right): Dr Craig, Dr Kolokolova, and Dr Wareham. 
The volume of submissions for this competition was impressively high, at the end though three students emerged with top results; in third place was Nathanel Woodfine, in second place was Adam Murphy, and finally in first was Robert Hamilton.
3rd: Nathanel Woodfine 2nd: Adam Murphy 1st: Robert Hamilton

I'd like to thank all the students, volunteers, and the games committee again for making these CS games possible. I hope to see everyone again in the new year when we have the next singles competition.

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