Nordic Collegiate Programming Contest (NCPC) 2014

2014-10-04 10:00:26 2014-10-04 18:00:33 Europe/Helsinki Nordic Collegiate Programming Contest (NCPC) 2014 NCPC is a distributed contest with many sites throughout the Nordic countries. The winners will be Nordic Champions in programming. http://cse.aalto.fi/en/midcom-permalink-1e44a033c926dcc4a0311e494a9a5c1bbcd02bd02bd Konemiehentie 2, 02150, Espoo

NCPC is a distributed contest with many sites throughout the Nordic countries. The winners will be Nordic Champions in programming.

04.10.2014 / 10:00 - 18:00
CS Building, Konemiehentie 2, 02150, Espoo, FI

NCPC 2014

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Universities may select student teams to go to NWERC, the regional finals in the ICPC contest. Local information for each site such as when and where you should meet will be available by following the links below.

The best student teams have a chance to go to NWERC, the regional finals in the ICPC contest. This contest also encompasses national and local championships, and is held in a distributed manner at various sites throughout the Nordic countries. For more information (rules, example problems, Kattis contest system, participating sites, etc.), see http://ncpc.idi.ntnu.no/ncpc2014/ 

The registration for Aalto teams is open until October 2nd (19:00). 

See NCPC 2014 for more information. You can also join Aalto ncpc mailing list.

Aalto Venue

Computer Science Building (Konemiehentie 2).

10.30-11.00 Team Registration, Coffee/tee (T-building lobby)
11.00-11.30 Info (T2) – be there on time!
11.30-12.00 Team up (accounts, workstations, login to Kattis, initial preparations)
12.00-17.00 Competition (Paniikki)
17.15-18.00 Wrap up (T2)

Prizes

Fame and glory! Best team(s) that can compete with other Nordic teams will be sent to Northwestern European Regional Programming Contest (NWERC) November 29-30 2014 hosted by Linköping University. The best teams are qualified for the ICPC World Finals.

Best Regards,

Ari Korhonen and Teemu Sirkiä
Local organizers in Aalto University

In co-operation with Department of Computer Science and Engineering and The Data Guild