Winners of the Head of the Republic of Karelia Programming Cup
Petrozavodsk State University hosted the closing ceremony of the Winter Programming Camp and the award ceremony of the Head of the Republic of Karelia Cup.
On behalf of the Head of the Republic of Karelia Artur Parfenchikov, the participants were congratulated by Roman Golubev, the Minister of Education of the Republic of Karelia, who noted that the programming camps of PetrSU are one of the brands of student life in our Republic.
This year the winner of the Head of the Republic of Karelia Cup was the team of Nizhny Novgorod State University (Aleksey Daniliuk, Nikolai Kalinin, Valeriya Ryabchikova; coach Aleksey Shmelev). In the overall ranking, this team also finished first.
The second place was taken by the combined team of Kazan and Saint Petersburg (Ildar Gainullin, Mikhail Ivanov, Ramazan Rakhmatullin; coach Niyaz Nigmatullin). The third place was won by the team of Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (Evgeny Belykh, Aleksandr Golovanov, Andrey Segunin; coach Mikhail Tikhomirov). In the fourth place is the team of the University of Warsaw (Maciej Holubowicz, Dawid Jan Jamka, Yan Stanislaw Tabaszewski; coach Tomasz Kociumaka). The fifth place went to the representatives of Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (Dmitry Grigoriev, Denis Shpakovsky, Nikolai Trietiakov; coach Mikhail Tikhomirov). In the sixth place was the team of ITMO University (Nikolai Budin, Arseny Kirillov, Dmitry Sayutin; coach Andrey Stankevich).
The organizer of the camp Roman Soshkin summed up the results of the contest and shared the highlights:
“Every year we have a turnover of teams, as there are constant participating teams and newcomers. This time five universities have participated in the camp for the first time. Interestingly, the school team has performed really well and secured second place in the overall ranking. It is the combined team of Kazan and Saint Petersburg. 18 teams that had qualified for the World Finals, which will take place in June in Moscow, have taken part in Petrozavodsk camp. This attests to the credibility, close competition and the level of the teams participating in our event. This year the camp convened 47 teams from 33 universities, 25 cities, 11 countries (Russia, Belorussia, Kazakhstan, Poland, Romania, Latvia, Ukraine, the Republic of Korea, China, the USA, and Japan).