8:30am: Registration opens and breakfast (pastries and coffee)
9:00am - 10:00am: Practice contest
10:15am - 11:00am: Opening ceremonies
11:15am - 4:15pm: Contest
1:00pm: Lunch (No food is allowed in the contest labs)
4:30pm - 5:30pm: Closing ceremonies and prizes
Eveyone will be issued name badges at registration including coaches and guests.
No one without a name badge will be allowed into any contest facility including, but not limited to, opening/closing cerimonies, food area, contest area, and the coaches meeting.
DO NOT LOSE YOUR BADGE!!!
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: Friday, November 2, 2018)
First-time contestants: Create an account on the ICPC website here
Returning contestants: Make sure your ICPC profile information is up-to-date here (including shirt size)
Coaches: Once your contestants have accounts on the ICPC website, create your teams here
Most first semester graduate students are allowed to participate. A team may be comprised of all first semester graduate students that meet eligibility requirements. If you have any questions about this please email the contest Director.
For a complete list of rules and eligibility requirements, click here.
$150 each team (including one coach per school), plus $50 per guest.
Example - University A brings 3 teams.
The fee of $450 will include 9 students (3 students per team) and 1 coach.
If each of the 3 teams brings a different coach the fee would be $550 as the other 2 coaches would be considered guests and be issued a fee of $50 each.
ONLY CHECKS WILL BE ACCEPTED
Checks MUST be made out to "Baylor University ICPC HQ." Please make a note in the memo that the check is for "GNY Regional Contest 2018.
Checks MUST be received by Friday, November 2, 2018 to avoid any late fees and guarantee a slot at the contest.
Any teams registering after the deadline will be assessed a $30 late fee.
Mail checks to:
Greater New York ICPC
PO Box 126
Oceanside, NY 11572
Each team will be required to participate in one of two mock contests (Dates: TBD).
A copy of the contest software and image can be found here. (TDB)
Each team will be assigned a login and password.
Each team will be required to submit a correct and incorrect solution to a problem provided. This will help familiarize each team with the system and provide test data for the region.
Failure to participate in one of the mock contests will result in a team receiving low priority should any technical issues arrise during the practice and/or actual contest on November 18.
Special Instructions: Please provide details if any of the following apply.
Will your team require parking for a car? If so, how many spots?
Does your team have any dietary restrictions? If so, what are they?