CSU students’ extreme computing result

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Competing for the first time, a Charles Sturt University (CSU) team has ranked in the top eleven teams within Australia in the 2017 IEEEXtreme 11.0 global computer programming competition. CSU School of Computing and Mathematics lecturer in computer science Dr Ashad Kabir mentored a team of three second-year bachelor students in the international challenge.

The CSU team ranking nationally and internationally:

  • CSU team ranked 4 among all the participating universities in Australia
  • CSU team ranked 11 among 29 participating teams from Australia
  • CSU team ranked 650 among 3 350 teams participating globally
Period11 Dec 2017

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  • TitleCSU students’ extreme computing result
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletCSU News
    Media typeWeb
    CountryAustralia
    Date11/12/17
    DescriptionCompeting for the first time, a Charles Sturt University (CSU) team has ranked in the top eleven teams within Australia in the 2017 IEEEXtreme 11.0 global computer programming competition.

    CSU School of Computing and Mathematics lecturer in computer science Dr Ashad Kabir mentored a team of three second-year bachelor students in the international challenge.

    The CSU team ranking nationally and internationally:

    CSU team ranked 4 among all the participating universities in Australia
    CSU team ranked 11 among 29 participating teams from Australia
    CSU team ranked 650 among 3 350 teams participating globally
    URLhttps://news.csu.edu.au/latest-news/it-and-computing/csu-students-extreme-computing-result
    PersonsAshad Kabir

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TitleIEEEXtreme Programming Competition
Location,
Period23 Oct 2015
Linkieeextreme.org