ACMICPC_programmingcomp

The Science Atlantic MSCS Conference hosts the Atlantic Canada Preliminary Round for the ACM Intercollegiate Programming Competition’s Northeastern North America contest. The top N teams (N is either 2 or 3) will advance to compete in the Northeastern North American contest.

The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) is delighted to offer student participants a free one-year ACM Student Lite Membership! This offer will be sent to you via email in 2016. This special offer is available to registered contestants, reserves, student coaches, and student volunteers of the 2016 ACM-ICPC Regional Contests and is also extended to all registered members of teams solving at least one problem in regional subcontests, such as qualifiers and preliminaries.

Computing Environment Specification (2016)

OS: Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (booted from USB)

Desktop: PC (64-bit)
RAM: 6GB
Languages: Java 1.8.0_91 and g++/gcc 5.3.1

Solutions are submitted via PC2 9.3.2

Each team can print up to 20 pages and bring with them up to 25 pages of printed material prepared in advance. There will be no access allowed of the internet during the competition.

Edmund Rudiuk
Associate Professor, Mathematics

Office: A126-B

Phone: 563-1289

James Preen
Associate Professor, Mathematics / Dept. Chair

Office: A129A

Phone: 902.563.1181
http://faculty.cbu.ca/jpreen/

Scott Rodney
Associate Professor, Mathematics

Office: A129B

Phone: 902.563.1358
http://faculty.cbu.ca/srodney/

George Chen
Professor of Mathematics

Office: A129G

Phone: 902.563.1825
http://faculty.cbu.ca/gchen