From the 6th until the 14th of February 2017 Harbour.Space University is bringing the best practices and coaches from Moscow International Workshop ACM ICPC to Barcelona.
Our mission is to make competitive programming accessible to everyone. To help us achieve our mission we are making our bootcamp available to teams of different levels, separated into two divisions by difficulty.
ACM ICPC BOOTCAMP sponsored by
ORGANISING TEAM & COACHES
ACM ICPC 2000 and 2001 World Champion
Join the best teams and coaches from around the world for 8 full days of daily contests, problem analyses, lectures, upsolving time, evening sports and other leisure activities.
WHAT TO EXPECT
February 5 - Welcome Ceremony February 6, 7, 8 - Training February 9 - Leisure Activities February 10, 11, 12, 13 - Training February 14 - Closing Ceremony
A large number of teams that participated in Moscow workshops later became ACM ICPC Finalists and even won medals - to be specific, 8 out of 13 prize-winners of the ACM ICPC World Finals 2016 participated in Moscow ACM ICPC Workshops!
Designed to help teams prepare for the next season of ACM ICPC regional and international competitions. Appropriate as introduction for teams and students new to the world of ACM ICPC and competitive programming competitions in general.
Meant for teams and students new to the world of ACM ICPC and competitive programming competitions in general.
Head of Programming Committee
Coach of the ACM ICPC Gold Medalist Team Topcoder Open Semifinalist 2015 / Finalist 2014 Finalist of the Russian Code Cup 2014 & 2015
OneOcean Gallery Building
1 Moll de la Barceloneta
08039 Barcelona, Spain
We kindly ask participants to come prepared to avoid wasting time configuring your computer system at the event.
The requirements are as follows:
Any browser would work with the testing system, no special clients are required for the system.
The testing will be run on computers based on Linux.
To compile programs written in C/C++ on Linux-based laptops you will need a compiler compatible with gcc 4.9 (or higher); Geany or Code::Blocks of the latest version are recommended as IDE. Similar or newer versions of compilers are recommended for Mac users as well.
For Windows it is recommended to use Code::Blocks (if possible, choose the distribution kit with a compiler included) and Geany; using Visual Studio is recommended starting from Visual Studio 2013 (although for full compatibility it's better to have Code::Blocks and a gcc port).
To compile and depug programs written in Java it is recommended to use the latest version of Oracle JDK. As IDE you can use Eclipse and IntelliJ IDEA.
Cornell University, École Normale Supérieure, École Polytechnique, Indian Institute of Technology (Kanpur), Instituto Politécnico Nacional Escuela Superior de Cómputo, Kaunas University of Technology, Moscow Aviation Institute, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, National Chiao Tung University, Northwestern University, Penza State University, Politehnica University of Bucharest, Shahid Beheshti University, Sharif University of Technology, St. Petersburg State University, Universidad de La Habana, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, University College London, University of Belgrade, University of Bucharest, University of Tokyo, University of Waterloo, University of Zagreb
ACM ICPC 2007 Bronze Medalist
Google Code Jam 2010 Winner
TopCoder Open 2012 Winner
Yandex.Algorithm 2016 Winner
ACM ICPC BOOTCAMP sponsored by
Barcelona ACM ICPC Training Bootcamp is a unique opportunity to connect with the most talented and passionate technical students from around the world.