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1995-96 21st Annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest Final Report

1996 ACM Programming Contest World Finals Results!!

From 1,001 teams competing in intercollegiate contests held around the world, 43 teams advanced to the 1996 Contest World Finals which was held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, in February 1996. The 1996 World Champions are Ben Rudiak-Gould, Amit Sahai, Scott McPeak, and coach Paul Hilfinger of The University of California, Berkeley. Take a look at the final standings, the Media:1996WorldFinalProblemSet.pdf, and join us for a tour of the Finals which was sponsored by Microsoft.

Of the teams in competition, over 250 teams competed in intercollegiate contests in Asia and Europe for the chance to advance to the ACM-ICPC regionals where over 800 teams competed in 17 ACM-ICPC regional contests held throughout the world.