From November 15 to 17, in the final of the Fifth China Collegiate Programming Contest, a team of NENU was promoted. After five hours of contest, the team (team-members: Zhao Mengyu of 2018, Chen Yu of 2017 and Liang Yiping of 2017) guided by Zhou Zhiguo, teacher of the school of Information Science and Technology, ranked 26th in the contest, ranked 20th in the universities, won the silver medal and won the most historic good results.
After the selection of provincial competition, regional competition and Qinhuangdao, Harbin and Xiamen these three stations competitions, 115 teams from 103 universities and colleges across the country have been promoted to the finals. CCTV and other media reported on the contest.
China Collegiate Programming Contest (CCPC) is an annual subject competition for college students across the country, which is sponsored by the Teaching Steering Committee of Computer Major of the Ministry of Education. It aims to stimulate students' interest in learning professional knowledge and skills in the field of computer and encourage students to actively and flexibly use computer knowledge and skills to solve problems for practical problems. It also intends to effectively improve the ability of algorithm design, logic reasoning, mathematical modeling, programming and computer system, and cultivate the sense of team cooperation, the spirit of challenge and the ability of innovation.
(From News Center, translated by Liu Wei, revised by Chen Yanxu)