On April 4th, the ACM-ICPC World Finals 2019 took place in Porto, Portugal. ETH Zurich was represented by Timon Knigge, Václav Rozhoň, and Stefanie Zbinden, who first qualified at the Swiss Subregional Contest (held jointly at EPF Lausanne and ETH Zürich) and then at the Southwestern Europe Regional Contest in Paris, France. The team was accompanied by the coach Daniel Rutschmann.
There were 11 problems to solve within 5 hours. The first places were taken by teams from Russia (10 accepted problems), USA, Japan (both having 9 accepted problems), and Poland (8 accepted problems). With 5 accepted problems, our team made it to the 43th place out of 135 teams.