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If you like solving problems, you should consider joining Cornell's ACM Club! This is your chance to learn more about programming, data structures and algorithm design with hands-on contests, while meeting some of the best problem solvers at Cornell.
The topics can be roughly divided into three categories:
I clumped the unrelated last two as a single category because they are not as prevalent as the other two, but CS majors are in general not as familiar with them as math majors. Of course, some problems may involve different topics, and teamwork is very important. Even if you don't know how to code, you can still help your team by explaining solutions to a good programmer. Ideally each team should have at least one person who likes each of these three.
Thus we're particularly interested in people who have either:
On the other hand, if you don't have experience and are interested, you should still join!

    ACM-ICPC 2018-2019 Coming Soon!

Check out the Greater NY regional contest. Cornell usually sends 4 teams of three to compete in November.

Any undergraduate or first-year grad student may compete; refer to the eligibility tree for details.

The winning team of the Greater NY regional gets to advance to the 2019 World Finals in Kochi, India :)

This year, Haobin Ni (hn332 at cornell dot edu) will be the coach. We have a mailing list, send me an email if you are interested in joining the team!

    Cornell and ICPC

In the past, our teams have done well in the Greater NY contest: