A participation success in the new edition of the “Google Hash Code”

The different groups had to solve a real life engineering problem in the least time possible.

The R&D&I of the University of Salamanca held the Google Hash Code last week, an event organized by Google in which the participants had to solve a challenge, working in teams. In order to organize the event, a group of ACM USAL students created a “Hub” with the help of the BISITE research group.

This is a programming competition for teams; students as well as industry professionals, in which a real-life engineering problem has to be solved in the least time possible. This event, that has already been organized last year, in comparison to the previous edition it has increased in the number of participants, not 9 but 21 students took part, making us feel very satisfied.

Juan Manuel Corchado

Full Professor in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, Department of Computer Science and Automation, University of Salamanca, Spain.


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