IDI Open 2016:
Date: April 16
Time: 10:00 - 17:00 Registration: Closed

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IDI Open 2017

Published: 27.02.2017 - 13.14. Author: Didrik Pemmer Aalen

The registration for IDI Open 2017 is open and you can find it here: IDI Open 2017

Results 2016

Published: 17.04.2016 - 13.03. Author: Didrik Pemmer Aalen

We'd like to thank everyone who participated this year, and congratulate the winners of the different categories. The winners this year were:

1st place: ·:·Flöätïng·Pöïnts·:·
2nd place: Master Procratinators
3rd place: The Dangerous Hamsters
Best girl team: Tanja2
Best team name: In your interface
Shotgun coding: PythonSlangene
Never give up: ByteMe

Hope to see you all next year.

Welcome to the contest + where to find/deliver problems

Published: 16.04.2016 - 10.14. Author: Didrik Pemmer Aalen

Here's information you might find useful!

To deliver your solution, log in to https://idio16.kattis.com/ with your email and the password given to you by email.

It is not alloved to use other computers than the one provided by the organisers.

If you have any questions, we'll be in the corner with the table tennis or walk around. 

Good luck!

 

Contest Information

Published: 11.04.2016 - 17.34. Author: Kieu-Van June Bui

Contest Description

IDI Open is a programming contest where teams of up to three people show up and solve programming problems of various types. The contest lasts five hours, and the objective is to solve as many problems as the team can. The contest is open for all kinds of programmers, from students of all grades to professors and professionals. Not all types of teams are eligible for prizes though, so you might want to check out prize eligibility before assembling a team (if that's one of your motivations for signing up for the contest).

There are usually 8-12 problems in a contest, generally of varying difficulty, from the very easy, to the very hard ones. Most teams (that knows how to write simple programs) should be more than capable of solving at least one problem within the time limits, while all teams should also find at least some of the problems challenging.

When and where?

  • April 16th, 2016 (attendance 10:00, start 11:00)
  • 3rd & 4th floor, Høgskoleringen 3 (P15), NTNU - Gløshaugen, Trondheim, Norway
  • Deadline for registration: April 14nd, 18:00

Prizes

We will be awarding prizes for the following categories (you need to be an all-student team to be elegible for any prize):

  • 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place on the Score Board
  • The best all-first-year student team
  • The best all-girl student team
  • Best student team name
  • + misc. other prizes we try to vary, such as "Shotgun Coding", "Better Safe than Sorry", "Average Joe" =)

PS: It's a more common occurence than you might think, that we don't get to hand out all of our prizes because contestants leave before we get to hand them out! So it's highly recommended to stay until the prizes have been awarded, no matter how well you felt it went during the contest!

Contact

E-mail: konkurranser ( at ) idi.ntnu.no

Organizing Committe

  • Kieu-Van June Bui
  • Tony Chau
  • Lars Lauvstad Sættem
  • Didrik Pemmer Aalen

Judges

  • Torbjørn Morland
  • Magne Vikjord
  • Ruben Spaans
  • Karl Johan Heimark

Special thanks to

  • Magnus Lie Hetland (Faculty Advisor)
  • Kristin Susanne Karlsen (Institute Coordinator)

Registration is open

Published: 02.04.2016 - 14.16. Author: Didrik Pemmer Aalen

It is now possible to register teams for IDI Open 2016. Enter to win prizes and show that you're better than the rest. Or simply enter for free pizza, a challenge and some soda. 


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