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The 2012-2013 ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest

Sponsored by IBM

Ukrainian Site of South-Eastern Europe Region

 

Vinnytsia, October 10-13th, 2012

 

The ACM Southeastern European Regional Programming Contest has been organized as a multi-site contest. The contest took place in the same time, on the 12th and 13th of October, and with the same set of problems, in two sites:

  • Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania
  • Vinnytsia National Technical University, Ukraine

 

In the Southeastern European Region, the best students from 47 Universities, from 8 countries (Bulgaria, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia, Romania, Turkey and Ukraine) were organized in 83 teams:

 

 

Bucharest site

Vinnytsia site

Country

Teams

Teams

Bulgaria

4

1

Macedonia

2

0

Romania

23

0

Ukraine

0

35

Serbia

8

0

Turkey

0

7

Moldavia

1

1

Total teams

39

44

 

Unfortunately two teams (University of Montenegro and one team from Babes-Bolyai University) could not participate to the contest.

 

The judge team has proposed 10 problems to be solved in the contest during the 5 hours.

 

The teams that solved 8 problems are:

 

 

1.      First place:

 

Taras Shevchenko Kiev National University

Team name: BZFlags

  • Tverdokhlib Iaroslav
    Iedemskyi Roman
    Maksai Andrii
    Vitalii Bondarenko – Coach

with 8 problems solved and a penalty of 910 points.

 

 

2.      The second place was awarded to:

Bucharest University

Team name: Unibuc BigDawgs

  • Stan Serban Andrei
    Budau Adrian
    Calancea Mihai
  • Grigorean Andrei – Deputy Coach
    Dumitran Adrian Marius - Coach

with 8 problems solved and a penalty of 1003 points and

 

3.      The third place was awarded to:

Taras Shevchenko Kiev National University

Team name: Reckless

  • Palamarchuk Stepan 
    Korotkov Andrii
  • Bacherikov Oleksandr
    Smielov Velerii, Reserve
  • Vitalii Bondarenko – Coach

with 8 problems solved and a penalty of 1005 points.

 

4.      The fourth place was awarded to:

V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University

Team name: SobolevTeam

  • Soboliev Ievgen
    Chelnokov Arseniy
    Soboliev Dmytro
    Grygoriy Zholtkevych  - Coach

with 8 problems solved and a penalty of 1006 points.

 

The programming languages of the Regional Contest are Java and C/C++, while the available development software was: gcc, g++, Sun Java SDK, Emacs, Vim,
manpages-dev, Java Documentation, Eclipse, jEdit, CodeBlocks, GNU Make,
Ant, Geany, Mozilla Firefox browser.

 

Some statistics:

No.of 
problems solved

No. of teams

 

8

4

7

9

6

5

5

11

4

6

3

12

2

13

1

10

0

3

 

Problem

No. of teams

 

A

25

B

30

C

68

D

20

E

37

F

0

G

55

H

48

I

0

 

The set of problems was considered to be difficult enough according to the contest’s level.

 

The client computers the contest was run on were IBM-PCs, with similar configurations for the two sites, interconnected through a network and running Linux Ubuntu 12.04.

The system's architecture also included two servers, one in each site, with similar configuration and better performance than the client computers.

The evaluation of the results and the scoring were based on ejudge.

The 83 teams totalled more than 300 students, coaches, reserves and guests. There were more than 20 staff members and more than 50 volunteers who contributed to the organization and run of the contest.

 

The twelve best teams of Ukrainian site in Vinnytsia received prizes from Ukrainian site sponsors. Also the three best teams, which arrived to Vinnytsia from abroad got the special prizes. All foreign participants jf Ukrainian site will get souvenirs with the symbolic of Vinnytsia and the Ukraine.


Contest Schedule :

 

Friday October 12th - Contestants Meeting

08:00 - 12:00 Teams Registration 14:00 - 14:30 Opening Ceremony – common session on the two sites: Bucharest site: AN 010 (A-010) – Rectorate Building, Politehnica University of Bucharest Vinnytsia site: Vinnytsia National Technical University

Nicolae Ţăpuş, Contest Director

Božena Mannová, Director of European Contests

Mihnea Costoiu, Rector of POLITEHNICA University of Bucharest

Volodymyr Grabko, Rector of Vinnytsia National Technical University

Volodimir Mesyura, Director of Vinnytsia site

Alina Georgescu, Country Business Partner Organisation Manager Romania & Moldova & Mid Market Sales Manager, IBM Romania

Lorina Negreanu, Chief Judge

 

14:30 - 15:00 Break 15:00 - 16:00 Briefing with faculty advisors, students and volunteers – parallel session:

- Reviewing of the rules

- Introduction to the practice session

16:00 - 18:00 Practice Session – common session over network

Saturday October 13th – The Contest

09:00 - 09:30 Check-in at contest site 09:15 - 09:30 Briefing with faculty advisors – parallel session 10:00 - 15:00 CONTEST– common over network 19:00 Award Ceremony, Banquet

Sunday October 14th Sightseeing day
Tour of Bucharest

 

The contest budget was raised using funds from IBM and local contributors.

Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine support free meals, accommodation, sport  and excursion programs for all participants of Ukrainian site.

The companies: EPAM, Facebook, S&T, CDM, DataGroup, Infopuls contributed with financial support.

Participation in the contest was free of charge.

 

Also, the buffets, the banquet, the bowling and Paintball competitions, also as the tour of Vinnytsia City and “Sofiyevka” Landscape Park were free of charge for the teams.

Upon registration, each participant received a contest folder containing: a contest badge, a set of the contest rules, a contestant's guide for ejudge, a timetable, a pen and a notebook with participant' picture and a T-Shirt. During the Award Ceremony, Certificates of Participation or Recognition were given to all participants. Everybody was very excited upon receiving the certificates, especially the volunteers, thus proving that the ACM idea of offering certificates was highly appreciated.

Before the Opening Ceremony was organized a press conference attended by more than 10 journalists from the Ukrainian mass-media. Many press releases were issued, both before and after the contest. Several Ukrainian newspapers and TV-channels published announcements and showed presentations of the event. Regional Vinnytsia Broadcast and TV companies transmitted information about the contest in their main news program.

 

The members of the Steering Committee were:

  • Nicolae ŢăpuşContest Director
  • Božena MannováDirector of European Contests
  • Mihnea CostoiuRector of Politehnica University of Bucharest
  • Volodymyr GrabkoRector of Vinnytsia National Technical University
  • Volodymyr Mesyura, Director of Vinnytsia site
  • Alina GeorgescuCountry Business Partner Organisation Manager Romania & Moldova & Mid Market Sales Manager, IBM Romania
  • Lorina NegreanuChief Judge

 

The members of the judging team were:

Lorina Negreanu

Romania

Chief judge

Costin Raiciu

Romania

Judge

Andrei Mogos

Romania

Judge

Virgil Palanciuc

Romania

Judge

Matei Popovici

Romania

Judge

Vladimir Nikolov

Bulgaria

Judge

Vitalii Bondarenko

Ukraine

Judge

Shamil Yagiyayev

Ukraine

Judge

Ilya Porublev

Ukraine

Judge

Danylo Mysak

Ukraine

Judge

Valentin Melnyk

Ukraine

Judge

 

We would also like to express our thanks to ACM and to IBM Corporation, to the  Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine and to the local contributors: EPAM, Facebook, S&T, CDM, DataGroup, Infopuls for their generous support for the Ukrainian site of ACM Southeastern European Regional Programming Contest.

 

We are very grateful to Ihor Arsenyuk - the network management team leader, to Sergiy Petrov - contest Software support leader, to Vitalii Bondarenko - chief judge of Ukrainian site. Last, but not least, we would like to thank all the volunteers who helped run and organize the contest.

Without the help of all these people and organizations, it would have been impossible to make this event happen.

We want to address special thanks to Marsha Poucher and James Comer for their continuous support, to Prof. Dr. Božena Mannová, Director of European Contests, who attended SEERC this year and to Debbie Kilbride.

 

Prof. Nicolae Tapus

Regional Contest Director

 

Prof. Volodymyr Mesyra

Ukrainian Site of SEERC Director

 

 

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