Tech students headed to world finals of International Collegiate Programming Contest

A team of Michigan Tech undergraduates (Computer science students Tom Holmes and Eric Rinkus and math major Ryan McNamara) have earned the right to go to Russia to compete in the world finals of the International Collegiate Programming Contest next June, by finishing fifth in the North Central regional qualifying contest. Holmes, Rinkus and McNamara will be making the trip to Ural Federal University in Ekaterinburg with coach and Computer Science PhD student Jason Hiebel.


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