2017 General Contest Information
- Contest rules
- Final standings
- Contest sites: Manhattan College, Yale, Stony Brook, Binghamton College, and online!
- World Finals elgibitility: Teams who wish to be eligible for the World Finals must compete at a location with more than one school OR a contest official.
- Video connection: We will live-streaming the opening and closing ceremonies and staying connected with all participating sites via Slack chat and Slack Video Conferencing.
- Contest image: We will require participants use the Greater New York Region contest image that provides the typical controlled environment.
- T-shirts: We will send you t-shirts!
- Date: Sunday, November 19
- 11:15 am: Contest opening ceremonies livestream
- 12:00 noon: Contest begins
- The problems will be released at noon for you to download and print.
- 5:30 pm: Contest ends
- Extra 30 minutes to allow for time to print
- 5:45 pm: Contest closing ceremonies livestream
- Practice Session: Tuesday, November 14 through noon on Saturday, November 18
- Use this time to get acquainted with the PC^2 web interface for submitting solutions to the practice problems as well as clarification questions to the judges. You will also want to make sure you can use the contest programming environment effectively.
- Computing environment
- Number of computers per team: 1
- C/C++/Ada (gcc/g++/gnat) 6.1.1
- Java OpenJDK 1.8.0
- python 2.7.12 and 3.5.1
- Registration (Deadline November 3)
- First-time contestants: Create an account on the ACM ICPC website here
- Returning contestants: Make sure your ACM ICPC profile information is up-to-date here (including shirt size)
- Coaches: Once your contestants have accounts on the ACM ICPC website, create your teams here
- Cost: $30 per team
Other Useful Resources
For More Information
contact the Contest Director Sean McIntyre
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