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Registration to ACM-ICPC Romania Subcontest is now open





The final ranking can be accessed here. The teams advancing into the next round are: Politehnofrica (UVT), Irrelevant (UPT), Lebenitele (UPT), UPT1 (UPT), UPT PCAM (UPT) and Raindrops (UPT) (minimum of 3 problems solved).

The set of problems can be found here. The solutions to all of the problems are available HERE and they are going to be presented Thursday, 11.05.2017, 18:00. Please register your participation HERE. Location B514.

Contest Description
The ACM-ICPC is an international programming contest in which the contestants are grouped in teams. A team has 3 members and the team has a single computer to solve all the problems. Usually, the contest duration is of 5 hours.

ACM-ICPC Timisoara Sub-Region Contest is the first selection phase. The top teams will participate at the ACM-ICPC Romania Programming Sub-Contest (online participation). The top teams from the national phase will participate at the ACM South-Eastern European Regional Contest in Bucharest.

Friday, 5th of May, 14.00, 2017

You can see the classroom allocated to your team HERE

Contestant meeting
13:30, directly into the designated classroom (see Location section for updates)

Local chairs

Prof. Horia Ciocârlie, Assoc. Prof. Petru-Florin Mihancea

Technical Committee

Std. Andrei Heidelbacher, Eng. Alexandru Ștefănică, Assoc. Prof. Marius Minea, Assoc. Prof. Mircea Marin (West University of Timișoara), Assist. Prof. Alin Anton, Assist. Prof. Ciprian-Bogdan Chirilă

System Administrators

Assist. Prof. Valentin Stângaciu, Assist. Prof. Octavian Ștefan

Registration deadline
1.05.2017, 24.00

Registration for UPT teams
Fill the registration form available HERE. After around 10 minutes, you can check your registration HERE. Please provide correct data since it is used for your registration in the ICPC-ACM system (e.g., automatic emails will be sent in order to validate and to provide additional information for your registration). You will be asked to complete your registration after your team is added to the contest. If a team member does not want/cannot participate at the following phases of the ACM contest (i.e., after the local phase), you must immediately announce the UPT local organizers. Only the local organizers will decide how to replace that member.