The ACM at NYU

Progteam

Progteam is a group of NYU students who meet once a week to solve interesting programming challenges. In September and October, we focus on developing our algorithmic problem solving skills in preparation for the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC).

This is an example problem found on a qualifying contest for the ACM ICPC.

The NYU Progteam is open to all undergraduates and graduates. Whether competing officially or only during our practice sessions, Progteam is a great place to practice programming and to hone your algorithmic skills!

To join Progteam, sign up for the Progteam mailing list and look for news on the ACM home page for Progteam updates.

Contact Evan Korth (korth at cs.nyu.edu) with questions about joining.

You can find the old Wiki here (not currently maintained in 2012 – www3) at Programming Team Wiki.