Computer Science and Engineering

Student Programming Competitions

ACM-ICPC Student Programming Competition Group

The ACM-ICPC Student Programming Competition was established thirty-six years ago by the prestigious ACM Association with the aim of enhancing the ability of group programming among students. It is also known as the Programming Olympics, and the ACM-ICPC Student Programming Competition is the oldest, largest, and most prestigious competitive programming competition in the world.

The ACM Student Branch of Shahid Beheshti University is the second ACM Student Branch in Iran with more than 30 members and numerous internal competitions, including active groups in the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science. In the 2011-2012 academic year, this group succeeded in holding the first national programming competition at Shahid Beheshti University, which was selected as the best scientific activity among all scientific associations of the university. The ACM programming competition in the West Asian region has been held in Tehran since 1999.

Some of the honors gained in the last four years:

First place in the third national programming competition

Two years third place in the West Asian region

First place in competitions in Tehran province

In 2015, this group participated in the ACM World Championships as one of the three representatives of Iran.


Some of the positions obtained:

• Winning first place in the 14th International RoboCup Turkey 2011 in the field of virtual robot simulation infrastructure.

• Fourth place in the twelfth edition of the 2009 Austrian RoboCup International Simulation Simulation Competition.

• Second place in the 11th RoboCup 2007 International Competition in the United States in the field of robot game simulation (3D Development).

• First place in the first national competition of urban robots in Iran in the field of relief simulation 2006