Dr. Iyad Ajwa and two teams of undergraduate computer science students traveled to Youngstown, Ohio on October 30-31, 2015 to participate in the 2016 ACM-ICPC East Central North America Regional Programming Contest that was held at Youngstown State University. The contest draws teams from institutions across Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Western Pennsylvania, and Eastern Ontario in Canada.
|Paul Pernici, Rupesh Maharjan and Alex Gregory|
Ashland University was represented by two teams: AU Purple (Alex Gregory, Rupesh Maharjan, Paul Pernici) and AU Gold (Raymond Acevedo and Erich Berger. The third student on the team was Benjamin Bushong, but he was not able to attend). The competition was for five hours and consisted of nine very challenging problems. Team AU Purple solved one problem.
|Erich Berger and Raymond Acevedo|