(Cyprus Collegiate Programming Contest)
On the 8th of June, the Cyprus National ACM ICPC programming competition was held at the premises of the University of Central Lancashire – Cyprus in Pyla.
The competition was co-organized by all major academic institutions in Cyprus under the auspices of the Cyprus Computer Society. The participating Universities (in alphabetic order) were the following:
- Cyprus University of Technology
- European University Cyprus
- Frederick University
- Open University of Cyprus
- UCLan, Cyprus
- University of Cyprus
- University of Nicosia
The technical aspects of the competition were held up to the standards of the International Olympiad in Informatics using an automated grading environment with live feedback for the contestants.
In total, the competition hosted 8 teams of 4 members (3 contestants and one mentor). 5 algorithmic problems were given to the contestants to solve programmatically in 3 hours. By the end of the competition all 5 problems were 100% solved by at least one team.
Thanks to the work of the Organizing Committee and especially the efforts by Dr. Josephina Antoniou the competition was successfully completed without any issues.
The first two teams with the highest overall score will represent Cyprus to the South-Eastern European Regional Contest. Specifically the two teams are the following (ordered by overall rank, members ordered alphabetically):
Adamos Ttofari, Andronikos Charalambous, Rafail LoizouWashing Machines
Coach: Chryssis Georgiou
Christodoulos Constantinides, Chryssis Eftychiou, Constantinos DemetriouMulti-Threat
Coach: Dimitrios Kouzapas
|Rank||Academic Institution||Team Name|
|1||University of Cyprus||WashingMachines|
|2||University of Cyprus||Multi-Threat|
|3||University of Cyprus||insert_catchy_name_here|
|4||University of Cyprus||Coding_Warriors|
|5||University of Cyprus||Trifecta|
|6||University of Cyprus||Paphos|
|7||Cyprus University of Technology||cutOverflow|
|8||University of Central Lancashire Cyprus||MAF-Lab|
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