ICPC CLIS 2018, Beijing, China

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ICPC CLIS 2018, Beijing, China

The Competitive Infrastructure Initiative (CII) seeks to identify, develop, and exploit technologies
that advance the capabilities of competitive based learning in programs of computing sciences at
universities world-wide. Each year the CII conducts the Competitive Learning Institute Symposium (CLIS)
in conjunction with the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) World Finals.


CLIS 2018 Proceedings


Tuesday, 17th, April 20:00 - 22:00

Marco Polo - Rome Ballroom

Time Speaker Email Title (abstract) Slides
20:00-20:25 Jaap Eldering jaap@jaapeldering.nl Contest API - An ICPC standard for contest systems & tools Contest-API-CLI2018.pdf
20:30-21:55 David Van Brackle vanb4biz@gmail.com Next generation of VIVA: vanb’s Input Verification Assistant VIVA.pptx, VIVA_2.1.zip
21:00-21:25 Borja Sotomayor borja@cs.uchicago.edu The North American Online Practice Contests CLIS - North American Practices.pdf
21:30-21:55 吴永辉 Yonghui Wu yhwu@fudan.edu.cn The Book Series “Collegiate Programming Contests and Education”


Wednesday, 18th, April 20:00 - 22:00

Marco Polo - Rome Ballroom


Time Speaker Email Title (abstract) Slides
20:00-20:25 吴永辉 Yonghui Wu yhwu@fudan.edu.cn Programming Training League: A System Organizing Programming Training Cross Region
20:30-21:55 José Paulo Leal zp@dcc.fc.up.pt Asura: An Environment for Assessment of Programming Challenges using Gamification CLIS 2018 - Asura - jpleal.pdf
21:00-21:25 Anup Kalbalia anup@codechef.com Competitive Programming and Sustainability [[ ]]
21:30-21:55 Jeffrey Paone jpaone@mines.edu Gamification in Computer Science [[ ]]