November 19, 2002: Computer Science Graduate Students Place Second in CADAthlon
Ph.D. students Devang Jariwala and Milos Hrkic took 2nd place out of 16 teams in the ACM sponsored CADAthlon programming contest held in San Jose on November 10, 2002 during the International Conference on Computer-Aided Design. The CADAthlon was a ten hour ordeal in which participants were asked to solve six programming problems drawn from the CAD literature. Devang and Milos received $500 each for their performance. First place went to a team from the University of Michigan. Among the other schools represented were UC Berkeley, Carnegie Mellon, University of Wisconsin, MIT, University of Texas and Northwestern. Click here for more information.

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