Programming Varsity Team Fuchsia Moth ranks 8th in the ACM IPCP Regionals in Jakarta, Indonesia
The Department of Information Systems and Computer Science is delighted to announce that Team Fuchsia Moth composed of:
David Martin Cuajunco, 4 BSM AMF
Kyle Stephen See, BS CS 2016 - BS MA
Jose Enrico Tiongson, 4 BS CS - BS MA
Vernon Gutierrez, Coach
placed 8th out of 64 in the Association of Computing Machinery International Collegiate Programming Contest (ACM ICPC) Regionals held in Jakarta, Indonesia on Sunday, 6 November 2016. Fuchsia Moth bested teams from the National University of Singapore, the University of Tsukuba, Universitas Indonesia, and many others. The Ateneo as a university placed 6th among all universities participating in this regional contest.
The ACM ICPC is regarded as the Olympics of programming. Teams of three are given 10 or more problems to solve in five hours. The team that completes the most number of problems in the least amount of time wins. Teams from all over the world compete at the regional level for a berth at the prestigious world finals. The Ateneo has competed at the world finals three times, with Fuchsia Moth representing us last year.
For making our participation in the Jakarta Regionals possible, we thank
Zoe Brillantes, CS'96
Trina Florencio, CS '05
Jansen Ignacio, CS '14
Neill Wilbert Li, CS '07
Ramon Mejia, MSCS '08
Marie Laurent Mendoza-Martinez, CS '08
Juan Carlos Munoz, MaCS ’85
Joseph Christian Noel CS '05
Aaron Ong, CS '14
Ian Ragudo, CS '04
Ma. Mercedes T. Rodrigo, CS ’88
Gabriel Sanchez, CS ’15
Vermille Ann Saw, CS ’16
Deborah Ann Tan, IS '79
Jonathan Wong, BSM AMF '14
The Ateneo de Manila’s Office of the President
The Office of the Vice-President for the Loyola Schools
The Ateneo Java Wireless Competency Center
We would also like to thank our team managers, Ma. Mercedes T. Rodrigo, Jessica O. Sugay, and Walfido David Diy; the other members of the Ateneo Programming Varsity; the DISCS secretarial and technical staff; and the Ateneo community for their support.
Congratulations, Fuchsia Moth! Thank you for making us proud!