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Programming contests

KTH har i flera år placerat sig bra i både nationella och internationella programmeringstävlingar. Här hittar du information om aktuella träningar och tävlingar, och även information om oss och historik över gamla tävlingar.

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News

New training styles in 2018

Coach Johan Sannemo has some interesting new practice session ideas for spring 2018. Expect slightly shorter weekly trainings (2.5 hours) and longer but less frequent weekend trainings (5 hours).

North Western European Regional Contest 2017

In November, "Finite great team" (Fredrik Hernqvist, Karl Lundstig, Kristoffer Åhgren) came 12th at North Western European Regional Contest 2017 held in Bath, UK. KTH's other team, "KTH Gs" (Anton Grensjö, Aron Granberg, Nils Gustafsson) came in 23rd. They had a strong start with both teams in the top 5 about 90 minutes into the contest. 118 teams participated in total. See results.

KTH got a bronze at the ACM ICPC World Finals 2017

In May, Omogen Heap (Simon Lindholm, Johan Sannemo, Mårten Wiman) came in 11th at the ACM ICPC World Finals in South Dakota, USA. This is fantastic and we're very proud of them! See results.

Google Hash Code 2017

In March, Omogen Heap (Simon Lindholm, Johan Sannemo, Mårten Wiman) came in 12th at Google Hash Code qualifying round, but chose not to attend the finals in Paris. See results.
Sidansvarig: Joseph Swernofsky <prog-contest@csc.kth.se>
Uppdaterad 2018-01-29