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Aug 6, 2019

2019 APL Problem Solving Competition Winners


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Pending proof of student status, the judges have identified the following winning entries:

Phase II – Grand Prize Winner:

  • Jamin Wu (Monash University, Australia)

receives a cash prize of $2,500 USD and an invitation to present his winning work at Dyalog '19 in Elsinore, Denmark

Phase II – Second Place:

  • Rasmus Précenth (Uppsala University, Sweden)

receives a cash prize of $1,250 USD

Phase II – Third Place:

  • Douglas Patz (Agile Learning Center, New York, U.S.A.)

receives a cash prize of $750 USD

Phase II – Winning Professional Entrant:

  • Torsten Grust (Germany)

receives a delegate package registration for Dyalog '19 in Elsinore, Denmark

Phase II Winners selected from submissions that have a correct solution to any problem in any Phase II problem set:

  • Fredrik Mattisson (Uppsala University, Sweden)
  • Joe Robertson (Durham University, U.K.)
  • Louis de Forcrand (Geneva University, Switzerland)
  • P R Vaidyanathan (Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar, India)
  • Rafael Rodrigues Rocha de Melo (Kyoto University, Japan)

each receive a cash prize of $200 USD (5 awarded)

Phase I Winners based on the most accurate/well-written submissions:

  • David Cao (University of California: San Diego, U.S.A.)
  • Douglas Patz (Agile Learning Center, New York, U.S.A.)
  • Dzintars Klušs (Riga State Gynmasium No. 1, Latvia)
  • Fredrik Mattisson (Uppsala University, Sweden)
  • Louis de Forcrand (Geneva University, Switzerland)
  • Maksim Podkorytov (Florida State University, Florida, U.S.A.)
  • Mohammed Malik (Turku International School, Finland)
  • P R Vaidyanathan (Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar, India)
  • Rasmus Précenth (Uppsala University, Sweden)
  • Zoe Kane (Greenville Technical College, South Carolina, U.S.A.)

each receive a cash prize of $100 USD (10 awarded)

 

Congratulations to all the winners – a full article will follow soon.

 

Download the 2019 problem set from https://www.dyalog.com/student-competition.htm