From 28.01.20 to 07.02.20, Petrozavodsk State University held 38th Petrozavodsk Programming Camp. 47 teams participated in the competition from 33 universities, 25 cities, 11 countries (Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Poland, Romania, Latvia, Ukraine, South Korea, China, USA, Japan)
Petrozavodsk Programming Camp is traditionally a training platform for International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) winning teams: over the past 18 years, 13 times the camp participants became winners in ICPC World Finals. This time from 47 of participating teams 18 teams will take part in ICPC World Finals 2020.
Petrozavodsk Programming Camp consists of nine days of contests and two
upsolving days days off between them. One of the camp's features is that participants and sponsors are generally the authors of contests. This time the authors were: 300iq; tourist; amiya; teams from the following universities: SPb SU, Lviv National University, Jagiellonian University, Nizhny Novgorod SU; as well as Yandex team.
The participants enjoyed karting, bowling, and also attended events from partners of the competition: AIM Tech provided beer and snacks to members of AIM Tech Poorly Prepared Contest, Yandex puzzled participants with questions on the Yandex.Quiz, Botan Investments talked about Cyprus AI investor trip, and Huawei gave a lecture about Big Data Algorithms.
During the camp, we held a traditional Karelia Head Cup, that was number XVII already, (results you can see here), the winner of which was the Nizhny Novgorod State University team consisting of Alex Danilyuk, Nikolay Kalinin, Valeria Ryabchikova. They became the best team according to the results of all days. Congrats to them!
The best teams according to the results of all days:
|1||NNSU: Almost Retired||Alex Danilyuk |
|Nikolay Kalinin |
|Valeria Ryabchikova |
|2||Kazan+SPb Koresha||Ildar Gainullin |
|Mikhail Ivanov |
|Ramazan Rakhmatullin |
|3||Tokyo U: UT a.k.a Is||Inoue |
|4||Moscow IPT: Godnotent||Evgenii Belykh |
|Alexander Golovanov |
|Andrey Sergunin |
|5||Warsaw U 2||Kondraciuk |
|6||NRU HSE: Logarifmya4ka||Mikhail Anoprenko |
|Vladimir Romanov |
|Ivan Safonov |
|7||SPb ITMO University 1||Nikolay Budin |
|Arsenii Kirillov |
|Dmitry Sayutin |
|8||Belarusian SU 1||Yahor Dubovik |
|Alexander Kernozhitsky |
|Fedor Korobeinikov |
|9||SPb SU 2||Ivan Bochkov |
|Nikita Gaevoy |
|Vladislav Makarov |
|10||SCH_Moscow AESC + 57: MEX Foundation||Egor Lifar |
|Semyon Savkin |
|Alexander Shekhovtsov |
|11||Warsaw U 1||Maciej Hołubowicz |
|Dawid Jamka |
|Jan Tabaszewski |
|12||Moscow IPT: Fennecs||Dmitriy Grigoriev |
|Denis Shpakovskij |
|Nikolay Tretyakov |
The full version of 38th Petrozavodsk Programming Camp statistics you can find here.
The camp have been held for a long time and have its own history. During the current one, we collected some interesting statistics and we would like to summarize it:
Each time there is at least one new university that hasn't participated in Petrozavodsk Programming Camp before. This camp for the first time we were visited by the following university: Baltic FU, University of Central Florida, Kazakh NU, Tyumen IU, Xi'an Jiaotong University.
The traditional prize for the largest number of visits to Petrozavodsk Programming Camp (it is raffled among all participants of the camp who have not received it before) was awarded to Vladislav Makarov (Kaban-5) from SPb SU: he attended the camp for the tenth time!
Participants high-rated the quality of prepared contests.
Photos from the camp can be seen in the album.
The next Camp in Petrozavodsk will be held at the end of August, and registration for those who wish will open in May. We are waiting for everyone!
We wish the participants good luck in the 2020 ICPC World Finals!