ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest

The ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) traces its roots to a competition held at Texas A&M in 1970 hosted by the Alpha Chapter of the UPE Computer Science Honor Society. The contest has evolved into a multi-tier world-wide competition with winners of regional competitions advancing to the World Finals. The contest fosters creativity, teamwork, and innovation in building new software programs, and enables students to test their ability to perform under pressure. Quite simply, it is the oldest, largest, and most prestigious programming contest in the world. Harvey Mudd College won the 1996 contest.

2010 Results

Congratulations to the HMC teams in the 2010 Southern California regionals. The standings out of 72 competing teams:

  • 1st Place, HMC 42, Daniel Fielder, Stuart Pernsteiner, and Anak Yodpinyanee
  • 3rd Place, HMC Squared, Andrew Carter, Michael Leece, and Daniel Lubarov
  • 17th Place, HMC Hammer, Max Kukartsev, Max Korbel, and Carl Walsh
  • 22nd Place, HMC Escher, Ryan Brewster and Jackson Newhouse

2009 Results

Congratulations to the HMC teams in the 2009 Southern California regionals. The standings out of 62 competing teams:

  • 1st Place, HMC 42, Anak Yodpinyanee, Stuart Pernsteiner, Daniel Fielder
  • 9th Place, HMC Hammer, Daniel Lubarov, Aaron Pribadi, and Josh Ehrlich
  • 12th Place, HMC Escher, Jackson Newhouse, Ryan Brewster, and Dylan Marriner
  • 13th Place, HMC Alien, Alejandro Lopez-Lago, Michael Leece, and Chris Sauro

2008 Results

Congratulations to the HMC teams in the 2008 Southern California regionals. The standings out of 71 competing teams:

  • 6th Place, HMC Hammer, Stuart Pernsteiner, Aaron Pribadi, and Daniel Lubarov
  • 7th Place, HMC 42, Anak Yodpinyanee and Jason Garrett-Glaser
  • 9th Place, HMC Escher, Kwang Ketcham, Kevin Oelze, and Andrew Hunter
  • 11th Place, HMC Squared, Daniel Fielder, Marquis Wang, and Joshua Ehrlich

2007 Results

Congratulations to the HMC teams in the 2007 Southern California regionals. The standings out of 63 competing teams:

  • 4th Place, HMC 42, Martin Hunt '08, George Tucker '08, Russ Rutledge '07
  • 7th Place, HMC Virginia, Greg Minton, Brian Rice, Steve Sloss '08
  • 8th Place, HMC Hammer, Jason Garret-Glaser, Daniel Field, Jacob Scott
  • 9th Place, HMC DROP TABLE Teams, Michael Buchanan '08, Richard Bowen, Andrew Hunter

2006 Results

Congratulations to the HMC teams in the 2006 Southern California regionals. The standings out of 70 competing teams:

  • 4th Place, HMC 42, Mike Buchanan, Marty Field, and Kevin Zielnicki
  • 7th Place, HMC Hammer, Martin Hunt, Craig Wiedert, and George Tucker
  • 8th Place, HMC Escher, Will Scott, Josh Utter-Leyton, and Steven Wyckoff
  • 11th Place, HMC Squared, Steven Ehrlich, Micah Lamdin, and Devin Smith

2005 Results

Congratulations to the HMC teams in the 2005 Southern California regionals. The standings out of 64 competing teams:

  • 2nd Place, HMC Virginia, Greg Minton, Brian Rice, and Steven Sloss
  • 9th Place, HMC A*, Dave Buchfuhrer, Andrew Taylor, and Andy Glass
  • 16th Place, HMC Hammer, Michael Coupland, Mac Mason, and Matt Walsh
  • 27th Place, HMC Ooh Food!, Chris Erickson, Max Gibiansky, and Bill Hewitt

2004 Results

Congratulations to the HMC teams in the 2004 Southern California regionals. The standings out of 60 competing teams:

  • 3nd place -- HMC Hammer -- Matt Beaumont, Jonah Cohen, Dan Halperin
  • 7th place -- HMC 42 -- Brian Bentow, Tim Carnes, Jeff Hellrung
  • 13th place -- HMC Escher -- Greg Minton, Brian Rice, and Steven Sloss
  • 15th place -- HMC Monte Carlo -- Chris Erickson, Mac Mason, Cal Pierog

2003 Results

Congratulations to the HMC teams in the 2003 Southern California regionals. The standings out of 60 competing teams:

  • 2nd place -- Team Pipeline -- Michael Vrable, Jonah Cohen, and Mark Nelson
  • 7th place -- Chainsaw Wuzzles -- Cal Pierog, Kai Liu, Alex Utter
  • 10th place -- HMC Escher -- Aaron Becker, Ian Ferrel, and Kevin Pang
  • 20th place -- Team Geebus -- Yu-Min Kim, Brian Bentow, and Jeff Hellrung

2002 Results

Congratulations to the HMC teams in the 2002 Southern California regionals. The standings out of 56 competing teams:

  • 6th place -- HMC 42 -- Daniel Lowd, Michael Vrable, Stephen Friedman
  • 7th place -- Chainsaw Wuzzle -- Jonah Cohen, Kai Liu, Alex Utter
  • 8th place -- The J Team -- Ross Richardson, Nate Eldredge, and Dmitriy Kogan
The 2002 regional winner was CalTech (they took second-place as well!)

2001 Results

Congratulations to the HMC teams in the 2001 Southern California regionals. The standings out of 55 competing teams:
  • 4th place -- HMC 42 -- Titus Winters, Patrick Vinograd, and Chris Lundberg
  • 5th place -- Saturation Bombing -- Daniel Lowd, Matt Brubeck, and Andrew Schoonmaker
  • 12th place -- Mibstr -- Dmitriy Kogan, Ross Richardson, and Nate Eldredge

The 2001 winner was UCSD, with Caltech the runner-up. All of the results are available here.

2000 Results

Congratulations! to the HMC teams in the 2000 Southern California regionals. The standings out of 53 competing teams:

  • 5th place -- Saturation Bombing -- Charlie Garrod, Matt Brubeck, and Daniel Lowd
  • 9th place -- Judges -- Matt Schnaider, Star Roth, and Roy Pollock
  • 14th place -- Infinite Monkeys -- Patrick Vinograd, Ethan Drucker, and Titus Winters

The 2000 winner was Caltech, with UCSD the runner-up. All of the results are available here.

1999 Results

  • 13th place -- HMC42 -- Greg Rae, Nathan Field, and Charlie Garrod
  • 15th place -- Code Monkees -- Jeff Hartline, Peter Booth, and Josh Hoyt
  • 31st place -- The Judges -- Matt Schnaider, Star Roth, and Roy Pollock

The 1999 winner was Caltech, and the runner-up was UCSD.

1998 Results

  • 1st place -- HMC42 -- Jeff Lawson, Dominic Mazzoni, Nathaniel Sloan
  • 10th place -- Team GRR -- Elizabeth Gordon, Ranjith Rajagopalan, Max Robinson
  • 26th place -- Team 2038 -- Kevin Eustice, Nathan Field

1997 Results

  • 1st place -- Brian Johnson, John Larkin, Kevin Watkins

1996 Results

  • 1st place regional and 1997 world champion winner -- Brian Carnes, Brian Johnson, Kevin Watkins

1995 Results

  • 4th place -- Beth (Coleman) Leonard, Chris Sloan, and Kevin Watkins