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GriffinTwinsIrlCPC2016

GriffinTwinsIrlCPC2016

CPSSD Teams take top 2 spots at IrlCPC 2016

GriffinTwinsIrlCPC2016

Two School of Computing CPSSD teams took the top 2 places at this year's IrlCPC on Saturday 2nd April in UCC. 39 Teams took part in this algoritmic programming competition from 10 different 3rd level instituitions including a team from Oxford University England.

2nd year CPSSD students Darragh Griffin, Conor Griffin and Terry Bolt claimed 1st place with 36 points overall with 1st year CPSSD students Noah Donnelly, Cian Ruane and Stefan Kennedy taking 2nd place with 35 points. Amazingly the AIPO team of John Ryan, Teofil Camarsu and Eoin Davey scored the most points of any team with 38 but did not qualify for the prizes as they are not at university yet.

CPSSD Team wins Irish Intercollegiate Programming Contest

IrlCPC 2015 WinnersTop programming honours in Ireland once again goes to our CPSSD students, Conor Griffin, Darragh Griffin and Terry Bolt for winning the 2015 Irish Intercollegiate Programming Contest (IrlCPC) in UCC at the weekend.

The first year undergraduate CPSSD students build on their previous UKIEPC success from earlier this year to prove that School of Computing, DCU is attracting the best young programmers in the country to its unique undergraduate degree.

Conor, Darragh and Terry held off 30 other collegiate teams from 10 different institutions around the country to win the competition with a score of 45 points out of 50. They posted a perfect score for 4 out of the 5 algorithmic problems with the 5 points they squeezed out of the 5th problem being the difference between the CPSSD team and the two runner-up teams from NUIM.

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