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ICPC CLIS 2016, Phuket, Thailand

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.


Sunday, 15th, May 20:00 - 22:00

Le Meridien - Karon B

Time Speaker Title (abstract) Slides video
20:00-20:25 Greg Hamerly Cloud-based competitive classwork with Kattis pdf
20:30-20:55 Katia Guimaraes TRAINING ICPC TEAMS - Lessons Learned pptx
21:00-21:25 Dick Gowen Enhancing Computer Science Graduates pptx
21:30-21:55 Bill Booth Online Programming Judge- Applications for the classroom pptx

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

Le Meridien - Karon B


Time Speaker Title
20:00-20:25 Keith Johnson Hosted DOMjudge
20:30-20:55 Alexander S. Klenin Cats-judge: a command-line utility for problem preparation
21:00-21:25 Neilor Tonin, Jean Bez URI Online Judge: Coding and Beyond
21:30-21:55 Borja Sotomayor The North American Invitational Programming Contest: An Experience Report

Wednesday, 18th, May 20:00 - 22:30

Le Meridien - Karon B



Time Speaker Title
20:00-20:25 Ryan Stansifer Performance of Programs Written in Twelve Programming Languages
20:30-20:55 Anup Kalbalia CodeChef - The year as it happened, 2015
21:00-21:25 C. Maria Keet Augmenting CS1 courses with a semester-long contest
21:30-21:55 Vinit Shah uDebug 2.0: Connecting the Competitive Programming Community
22:00-22:25 Carlos Ferreira and Rodolfo Azevedo Brazilian women’s participating in The ACM-ICPC

ICPC CLIS 2015, Marrakech, Morocco

ICPC CLIS 2014, Ekaterinburg, Russia

ICPC CLIS 2013, St. Petersburg, Russia

ICPC CLIS 2012, Warsaw, Poland

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