On November 23, 18:05 MSK Educational Codeforces Round 33 will start.
Series of Educational Rounds continue being held as Harbour.Space University initiative! You can read the details about the cooperation between Harbour.Space University and Codeforces in the blog post.
As an experiment, the round will be rated for Div. 2. It will be held on extented ACM ICPC rules. After the end of the contest you will have one day to hack any solution you want. You will have access to copy any solution and test it locally.
You will be given 6 problems and 2 hours to solve them.
Good luck to all participants!
I also have a message from our partners, Harbour.Space University:
Be sure to join these courses to sharpen your programming and data analysis skills:
Combinatorics and graphs with Sergey Nikolenko, Researcher, Steklov Mathematical Institute at. St. Petersburg. He is a computer scientist with vast experience in machine learning and data analysis, algorithms design and analysis, theoretical computer science, and algebra.
Algorithms and Data Structures with Edith Elkind, Professor University of Oxford, Department of Computer Science. She researches game theory and the computation of social choices. She looks at the decisions involved in multi-agent systems such as auctions, elections and co-operative games.
Big Data Analysis: Mapreduce, Spark, BigTable/HBase, Distributed Data with Pavel Klemenkov and Alexey Dral. With HDFS, MapReduce, Spark, and NoSQL, students will master and sharpen their knowledge in basic technologies of the modern Big Data landscape.
Parallel and Distributed + High Performance Computing with Dalvan Griebler. The name says it all. Learn how to run your programs faster.
List of all courses:
27.11.17 — 15.12.17 — Image and Video Analysis with Archontis Giannakidis
27.11.17 — 15.12.17 — Linear Algebra with Archontis Giannakidis
08.01.18 — 26.01.18 — Text Mining & Translation with Sergey Nikolenko
08.01.18 — 26.01.18 — Combinatorics and graphs with Sergey Nikolenko
29.01.18 — 16.02.18 — Security analysis of networked objects with Yaroslav Rabovolyuk
19.02.18 — 09.03.18 — Security Operations Center and Cyber Threat Hunting with Sergey Soldatov and Teymur Kheirkhabarov
19.02.18 — 09.03.18 — Calculus with Dmitry Ivankov
12.03.18 — 30.03.18 — Malware Reverse Engineering with Vladislav Stolyarov, Victor Chebyshev and Boris Larin
09.04.18 — 27.04.18 — Incident Response & Digital Forensics with Konstantin Sapronov and Ayman Shaaban
09.04.18 — 27.04.18 — Linear algebra with David Zmiaikou
30.04.18 — 18.05.18 — Statistical Data Analysis with Evgeniy Riabenko
30.04.18 — 18.05.18 — Probability theory with Evgeniy Riabenko
21.05.18 — 08.06.18 — Parallel and Distributed + High Performance Computing with Dalvan Griebler
21.05.18 — 08.06.18 — Algorithms and Data Structures with Edith Elkind
11.06.18 — 29.06.18 — Big Data Analysis: Map Reduce, Spark, BigTable/HBase, Distributed Data with Pavel Klemenkov and Alexey Dral