The winner of the 2001 Central European Regional Contest is:
Warsaw University 2: Lukasz Kaminski, Eryk Kopczynski, Tomasz Malesinski
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Welcome to the Central Europe Programming Contest site hosted by the Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics (MIM) of Warsaw University.
The Central European Programming Contest is one of the eighty-two regional programming contests to select the teams that will represent our region in the finals of the 26th ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest. The ACM contest is a programming world championship for college students. Started in 1970 as a local contest in Texas the contest is spanning the whole world now.
The Central European Programming Contest is organized by the Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics of Warsaw University and will take place on November 16-18, 2001. More than 50 teams from seven countries (Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia, Poland) are expected to compete. Good luck to all the teams!!!
Latest news :
|2002-02-27||Complete problem set including data used for evaluating contestants' solutions is available||Problems|
|2001-10-30||Hotel reservation is done automatically for every accepted team.||No links available|
|2001-10-24||Linux distribution that will be available to contestants is RedHat 7.2 (incl. gcc-2.96-rh)||RedHat|
|2001-10-02||Lower fees! Only 40$||No links available|
|2001-09-01||Hotel information and fees are available on fees page||No links available|
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