ACM Programming Contest 2015 for students

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Would you like to participate in the regional stage of the competition and represent the UVa?
Do you want to learn to program and develop algorithms??
Would you like to compete for a post on the ACM team of UVa?
Want to enjoy testing your skills?

SIGN UP AND BECOME PART OF THE TEAM OF THE UVA!!! !!!

European regional phase for our, will be held in Porto on 21 and 22 November. At this stage teams of universities in Spain, France, Portugal, Italy, Switzerland and Austria. More information on http://swerc.eu and http://icpc.baylor.edu/regionals/finder/swerc-2015

The University of Valladolid will organize a Local competition on Thursday 5 November to the 4 pm, where contestants participate individually and will last 4 hours. The winning team will automatically go to the regional phase, and depending on the level estimated by the head of the UVa, you will be enrolled or not to the runner-up.

We are available to all students preparation system for both the local and the regional phase, including meetings to practice the techniques of group work, analyze the most frequent topics that always appear in these contests and conducting contests online. If you want to participate in these activities and / or sign up to participate in the selection, send an email to yo@miguelrevilla.com

For more information you can also send a message to addresses cesargf@infor.uva.es o revilla@mac.uva.es , but we pretend that all necessary information is in http://acm.uva.es/local/ (constantly being updated)

GO AHEAD AND PARTICIPATE!!!
YOU CAN HELP TO WIN!!!

The contest of the ACM is the computer troubleshooting team of three people to represent their University. UVa can submit a maximum of three teams, but this year they will at most two, if it considered appropriate after local tests, for budgetary reasons. Several problems to be solved are proposed contest during the five hours that lasts. For each problem should implement a program (in C, C++ o Java) that solve the problem for the cases described. More information on http://icpc.baylor.edu