ICPC World Champion Hall of Fame

The 2018 World Champions:
Moscow State University

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From among 140 teams of three chosen from a field of 49,935 contestants from 3,098 universities in 111 countries on six continents at The 42th Annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest World Finals on April 19, 2018, in Beijing, China

Moscow State University

Moscow SU Red Panda

  • Elena Andreeva,Coach
  • Mikhail Ipatov, Contestant
  • Vladislav Makeev, Contestant
  • Grigory Reznikov, Contestant

The 2017 World Champions:
St. Petersburg ITMO University

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 From among 133 teams of three chosen from a field of 46,381 contestants from 2,948 universities in 103 countries on six continents at The 41th Annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest World Finals sponsored by IBM on May 24, 2017, in Rapid City, South Dakota, USA
St. Petersburg ITMO University
SPb ITMO University 1
  • Andrey Sankevich, Coach
  • Ivan Belonogov, Contestant
  • Ilya Zban, Contestant
  • Vladimir Smykalov, Contestant

The 2016 World Champions:
St. Petersburg State University

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 From among 128 teams of three chosen from a field of 40,266 contestants from 2,736 universities in 102 countries on six continents at The 40th Annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest World Finals sponsored by IBM on May 19, 2016, in Phuket, Thailand, and hosted by Prince of Songkla University
St. Petersburg State University

SPb SU 1: Base

  • Andrei Lopatin, Coach
  • Stanislav Ershov, Contestant
  • Alexey Gordeev, Contestant
  • Igor Pyshkin, Contestant

The 2015 World Champions:
St. Petersburg National Research University of IT, Mechanics and Optics

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 From among 128 teams of three chosen from a field of 38,160 contestants from 2,534 universities in 101 countries on six continents at The 39th Annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest World Finals sponsored by IBM on May 20, 2015, in Marrakech, Morocco, and hosted by Moroccan Association for Computing Machinery, Mohammed V University, Al Akhawayn University and Mundiapolis University
St. Petersburg National Research University of IT, Mechanics and Optics

SPb ITMO University 1

  • Andrey Stankevich, Coach
  • Gennady Korotkevich, Contestant
  • Artem Vasilyev, Contestant
  • Borys Minaiev, Contestant

The 2014 World Champions:
St. Petersburg State University

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 From among 122 teams of three chosen from a field of 32,043 contestants from 2,286 universities in 94 countries on six continents at The 38th Annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest World Finals sponsored by IBM on June 25, 2014, in Yekaterinbug, Russia, and hosted by UrFU.
St. Petersburg State University

SPb SU 4

  • Andrei Lopatin, Coach
  • Egorov Dmitry, Contestant
  • Kunyavskiy Pavel, Contestant
  • Suvorov Egor, Contestant

The 2013 World Champions:
St. Petersburg National Research University of IT, Mechanics and Optics

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 From among 120 teams of three chosen from a field of 29,826 contestants from 2,322 universities in 91 countries on six continents
at The 37th Annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest World Finals sponsored by IBM on July 3, 2013, in St. Petersburg, Russia, and hosted by ITMO.
St. Petersburg State University of IT, Mechanics and Optics

SPbSU ITMO 1

  • Andrey Stankevich, Coach
  • Mikhail Kever, Contestant
  • Gennady Korotkevich, Contestant
  • Niyaz Nigmatullin, Contestant

...the RESULTS are in from Warsaw!!

The 2012 World Champions:
St. Petersburg State University of IT, Mechanics and Optics

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From over 8,000 teams selected from 2,219 universities in 85 countries, the top one hundred and twelve teams of students competed for bragging rights and prizes at The 36th Annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest World Finals sponsored by IBM on May 17, 2012, in Warsaw, Poland, and hosted by University of Warsaw.
St. Petersburg State University of IT, Mechanics and Optics

SPbSU ITMO 1

  • Andrey Stankevich, Coach
  • Eugeny Kapun, Contestant
  • Mikhail Kever, Contestant
  • Niyaz Nigmatullin, Contestant

...the RESULTS are in from Orlando!!

The 2011 World Champions:
Zhejiang University

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From 8,305 teams selected from 2,070 universities in 88 countries, the top one hundred and three teams of students competed for bragging rights and prizes at The 35th Annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest World Finals sponsored by IBM on May 30, 2011, in Orlando Florida, USA, and hosted by IBM. 
Zhejiang University

ArcOfDream

  • Can Wang, Coach
  • Luyi Mo, Contestant
  • Zejun Wu, Contestant
  • Jialin Ouyang, Contestant

...the RESULTS are in from Harbin!!

The 2010 World Champions:
Shanghai Jiaotong University

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From 7,000 teams selected from 1,931 universities in 82 countries, the top one hundred and three teams of students competed for bragging rights and prizes at The 34th Annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest World Finals sponsored by IBM on February 5, 2010, in Harbin, China, and hosted by Harbin Engineering University. 
Shanghai Jiaotong University

SJTU Rhodea

  • Yong Yu, Coach
  • Bin Jin, Contestant
  • Zhao Zheng, Contestant
  • Zhuojie Wu, Contestant

...the RESULTS are in from Stockholm!!

The 2009 World Champions:
St. Petersburg State University of IT, Mechanics, and Optics

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From 7,109 teams selected from 1,838 universities in 88 countries, the top one hundred teams of students competed for bragging rights and prizes at The 33rd Annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest World Finals sponsored by IBM on April 21, 2009, in Stockholm, and hosted by KTH – Royal Institute of Technology. 
St. Petersburg State University of IT, Mechanics, and Optics

SPb IFMO 1

  • Andrey Stankevich, Coach
  • Kapun Eugeniy, Contestant
  • Buzdalov Maxim, Contestant
  • Isenbaev Vladislav, Contestant

...the RESULTS are in from Banff!!

The 2008 World Champions:
St. Petersburg State University of IT, Mechanics, and Optics

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From 6,700 teams selected from 1,821 universities competing in 213 sites, the top one hundred teams of students competed for bragging rights and prizes at The 32nd Annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest World Finals sponsored by IBM on April 4-6, 2008, in Banff, and hosted by the University of Alberta. 
St. Petersburg State University of IT, Mechanics, and Optics

SPb IFMO 1

  • Andrey Stankevich, Coach
  • Dmitry Abdrashitov, Contestant
  • Dmitry Paraschenko, Contestant
  • Fedor Tsarev, Contestant

...the RESULTS are in from Tokyo!!

The 2007 World Champions:  
Warsaw University

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From 6,099 teams selected from 1,756 universities in 82 countries competing at 205 sites and hundreds more competing at preliminary contests worldwide, eighty-eight teams of students competed for bragging rights and prizes at The 31st Annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest World Finals sponsored by IBM on March 15, 2007, and hosted by ACM Japan Chapter and IBM Tokyo Research Lab. 
Warsaw University

Warsaw Eagles

  • Jan Madey, Coach
  • Filip Wolski, Contestant
  • Marcin Pilipczuk, Contestant
  • Marek Cygan, Contestant
  • Krzysztof Diks, Co-Coach

...the RESULTS are in from San Antonio!!

The 2006 World Champions:
Saratov State University

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From 5,606 teams selected from 1,737 universities in 84 countries competing at 183 sites and hundreds more competing at preliminary contests worldwide, eighty-three teams of students competed for bragging rights and prizes at The 30th Annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest World Finals sponsored by IBM on April 12, 2006, and hosted by Baylor University.
Saratov State University
  • Michael Mirzayanov, Coach
  • Roman Alekseenkov
  • Igor Kulkin
  • Ivan Romanov

...the RESULTS are in from Shanghai!!

The 2005 World Champions:
Shanghai Jiao Tong

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Shanghai Jiao Tong University
  • Yong Yu, Coach
  • Wenyuan Dai, Contestant
  • Shuang Zhao, Contestant
  • Bohai Yang, Contestant

...the RESULTS are in from Prague!!

The 2004 World Champions:
St. Petersburg State University of IT, Mechanics, and Optics

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From 3,150 teams selected from 1,411 universities in 75 countries competing at 127 sites and hundreds more competing at preliminary contests worldwide, seventy-three teams of students competed for bragging rights and prizes at The 28th Annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest World Finals sponsored by IBM on March 31, 2004, and hosted at the Obecni Dum, Prague by Czech Technical University in Prague. 
St Petersburg Institute of Fine Mechanics and Optics
  • Andrew Stankevich, Coach
  • Dmitri Pavlov, Contestant
  • Pavel Mavrin, Contestant
  • Sergey Orshanskiy, Contestant

...the RESULTS are in from Beverly Hills!!

The 2003 World Champions:
Warsaw University

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From 3,850 teams selected from 1,329 universities in 68 countries competing at 106 sites and preliminary contests worldwide, seventy teams of students are competing for bragging rights and prizes at The 27th Annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest World Finals sponsored by IBM to be held on March 25, 2003, in Beverly Hills, California.  
 
  • Jan Madey, Coach
  • Krzysztof Onak, Contestant
  • Andrzej Gąsienica-Samek, Contestant
  • Tomasz Czajka, Contestant

...the RESULTS are in from Honolulu!!

The 2002 World Champions:
Shanghai JiaoTong University

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Sixty-four teams of students advancing from 3,082 teams representing over 1,300 universities in 67 countries on six continents competed  for bragging rights and prizes at the World Finals of The 26th Annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest sponsored by IBM which was held on March 23, 2002, in Honolulu, Hawaii. 
Shanghai JiaoTong University
  • Yong Yu, Coach
  • Chenxi Lin, Contestant
  • Jian Zhou, Contestant
  • Jing Lu, Contestant
  • Yunfeng Tao, Reserve
  • Kai Gao,Reserve
  • Tianheng Yao, Reserve

...the RESULTS are in from Vancouver!!

The 2001 World Champions:
The St. Petersburg State University

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Sixty-four teams of students from 2,700 teams representing 1,079 universities in 70 countries on six continents competed  for bragging rights and prizes at the World Finals of The 25th Annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest sponsored by IBM. The 2001 ACM World Finals was held on March 10, 2001, in Vancouver, Canada. 
St. Petersburg State University
  • Dmitri Lomov, Coach
  • Nikolai Durov, Contestant
  • Andrei Lopatine, Contestant
  • Victor Petrov, Contestant

...the RESULTS are in from Orlando!!

The 2000 World Champions:
The St. Petersburg State University

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Sixty teams of students from 2,400 teams representing universities and colleges in six continents competed  for bragging rights, prizes, and the opportunity to advance to the World Finals of The 24th Annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest sponsored by IBM. The 2000 ACM World Finals was held on March 18, 2000, at Orlando, Florida. 
St. Petersburg State University
  • Natalia Voyakovskaya, Coach
  • Nikolai Durov, Contestant
  • Andrei Lopatine, Contestant
  • Oleg Eterevsky, Contestant
  • Victor Petrov, Reserve

...the RESULTS are in from Eindhoven!!

The 1999 World Champions:
University of Waterloo

From a field of over 1,900 teams in intercollegiate competitions worldwide sixty-two teams of students advanced to the World Finals of The ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest sponsored by IBM. The 1999 ACM World Finals was held at Eindhoven University of Technology (TUE), The Netherlands, on April 8-12, 1999. Prizes, scholarships, and bragging rights were at stake for some of the finest students from universities and colleges worldwide.
Of the teams in competition, over 450 teams competed in intercollegiate contests in Asia and Europe for the chance to advance to the ACM-ICPC regionals.  Then, 1,457 teams competing at 63 sites in twenty-five ACM-ICPC regional contests held throughout the world.  These teams represented 839 universities from 59 countries on six continents.
University of Waterloo
  • Gordon Cormack, Coach
  • Ondrej Lhotak, Contestant
  • Viet-Trung Luu, Contestant
  • David Kennedy, Contestant
  • Donny Cheung, Reserve

...the RESULTS are in from Atlanta!!

The 1998 World Champions:
Charles University, Prague

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From 1,250 teams in intercollegiate contests held on six continents, 54 teams advanced to the 1998 Contest World Finals sponsored by IBM which was held in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, on February 28, 1998.
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 1,038 teams competed at 49 sites in twenty-three ACM-ICPC regional contests held throughout the world.
 
  • Pavel Töpfer, Coach
  • Jiri Hajek, Contestant
  • Pavel Machek, Contestant
  • Martin Mares, Contestant

...the RESULTS are in from San Jose!!

The 1997 World Champions:
Harvey Mudd College

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From over 1,100 teams competing in 22 regional contests around the world, 50 teams advanced to the 1997 World Finals which was held in San Jose, California, USA, on March 2, 1997.
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 840 teams competed in 20 ACM-ICPC regional contests held throughout the world.
Harvey Mudd College
  • Robert Keller, Coach
  • Brian Carnes, Contestant
  • Brian Johnson, Contestant
  • Kevin Watkins, Contestant
  • Dominic Mazzoni, Reserve

...the RESULTS are in from Philadelphia!!

The 1996 World Champions:
The University of California, Berkeley

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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.
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.
University of California, Berkeley
  • Paul Hilfinger, Coach
  • Ben Rudiak-Gould, Contestant
  • Amit Sahai, Contestant
  • Scott McPeak, Contestant

...the RESULTS are in from Nashville!!

The 1995 World Champions:
Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg

From over 900 teams competing in intercollegiate contests held around the world, 38 teams advanced to the 1995 Contest World Finals which was held in Nashville, Tennessee, on March 1, 1995.
Of the teams in competition, over 200 teams competed in intercollegiate contests in Asia and Europe for the chance to advance to the ACM-ICPC regionals where 780 teams competed in 16 ACM-ICPC regional contests held throughout the world.
Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
  • Matthias Ruhl, Contestant
  • Christian Wetzel, Contestant
  • Phillip Zembrod, Contestant

...the RESULTS are in from Phoenix!!

The 1994 World Champions:
University of Waterloo

From 628 teams competing in 15 regional contests around the world, 35 teams advanced to the 1994 Contest World Finals sponsored by Microsoft which was held in Phoenix, Arizona, March 9, 1994. 
University of Waterloo
  • Jo Ebergen, Coach
  • Seiji Ando, Contestant
  • Ian Goldberg, Contestant
  • Ka-Ping Yee, Contestant

...the RESULTS are in from Indianapolis!!

The 1993 World Champions:
Harvard University

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From over 600 teams competing in fifteen regional contests around the world, 31 teams advanced to the 1993 Contest World Finals sponsored by AT&T which was held in Indianapolis, Indiana, February 17, 1993. 
Harvard University
  • Derrick Bass, Contestant
  • Tony Hsieh, Contestant
  • Craig Silverstein, Contestant
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