QuSoft/CWI team earns 4th place in Benelux Algorithm Programming Contest 2019

On Saturday 19 October 2019, Arjan Cornelissen, Farrokh Labib and Ruben Brokkelkamp formed a combined QuSoft/CWI team in the BAPC 2019 programming contest. They earned the 4th place, competing against companies such as ASML, Booking.com, Ortec and Sioux.

Publication date: 21-10-2019

On Saturday 19 October 2019, Arjan Cornelissen, Farrokh Labib and Ruben Brokkelkamp formed a combined QuSoft/CWI team participating in the BAPC 2019 programming contest and earned the 4th place in the company contest, competing against companies such as ASML, Booking.com, Ortec and Sioux.

The Benelux Algorithm Programming Contest (BAPC) is a contest in which about 50 student teams from leading universities in Luxemburg, Belgium and the Netherlands, as well as a dozen company teams, are served a series of algorithmic problems. The goal of each team is to solve as many puzzles as possible within the set time limit. Solutions need to be programmed out on a computer and can be submitted to a semi-automated judging system, after which the solution is checked. The BAPC 2019 took place at the Radboud University in Nijmegen on 19 October 2019.

 

Source: news item on the QuSoft website