In February 2016, Harry Smit (master's student Mathematical Sciences), Timon Knigge (bachelor's student Mathematics and Computing Sciences) and Ragnar Groot Koerkamp (bachelor's student Mathematics and Physics) qualified for the 'Programming World Cup' by taking third place in the North-West European Programming Championship. They outperformed 92 other teams in the process.

Nothing beats finding an elegant solution to a seemingly intractable problem

This is the first time a team of students from Utrecht University qualified for this world championship, which is known by the name "ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest".

In May 2016, Harry, Timon and Ragnar will go to Thailand, where they will compete with 126 other teams for the world title.

Utrechtse deelnemers aan het WK Programmeren.
Ragnar Groot Koerkamp, Timon Knigge and Harry Smit, the Dutch delegation to the Programming World Cup in 2016.

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