Congratulations to the World Champions, St. Petersburg State University of IT, Mechanics & Optics. The hometown favorite, the University of Warsaw, place second. Tying with the gold medal team for the number of problems solved. In third place was the Moscow Institute of Physics & Technology. There were a total of 12 problems, only 9 of which were solved. Harvard University and the University of Waterloo were the only North American team to place in the Top Ten.
Here is a list of the final results.
Check back later for Shawn Freeman’s riveting recap of the competition.