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ICPC CLIS 2015, Marrakech, Morocco

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 Collaborative Learning Institute Symposium (CLIS) in conjunction with the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) World Finals.

Saturday, 16th, May 20:00 - 22:00

Palmeraie Palace: Améthyste

Time Speaker Title
20:00-20:25 Phalguni Gupta CodeChef- An Efficient Online Judging System ...."
20:30-20:55 Alexander Klenin CATS-Score: Unified scoreboard for contest control systems
21:00-21:25 Ahmed Aly A2 Online Judge
21:30-21:55 Jean Bez URI Online Judge

Sunday, 17th, May 20:00 - 22:00

Palmeraie Palace: Améthyste

Time Speaker Title
20:00-20:25 Arup Guha UCF’s Women’s Programming Team
20:30-20:55 John Clevenger Performance Analysis of Virtual vs. Physical Machines for

Automated Judging in Programming Contests

21:00-21:25 José Leal Assessing computer science exercises using graphs
21:30-21:55 Ricardo Anido Saci - yet another tool for teaching computer programming

Tuesday, 19th, May 20:00 - 22:20

Palmeraie Palace: Améthyste

Time Speaker Title
20:00-20:25 Yonghui Wu, C. Jinshong Hwang Joint Programming Training in Taiwan
20:30-20:55 Kevin Jones, Rui Fan Incentives to train: Collaboration versus competition
21:00-21:25 Antonette Logar Using Competitive Programming to Strengthen Programming Skills for Mechanical Engineers
21:30-21:55 Cathrine Linnes The State of Collaborative Learning: Software Engineering Class Collaborations with State of Hawaii

ICPC CLIS 2014, Ekaterinburg, Russia




CLI 2004-2010

ICPC History

Contest Control System Standards