NUS team 3body2: Bay Wei Heng (3rd year student), Bernard Teo Zhi Yi (2nd year student), and Sidhant Bansal (2nd year student) will compete in the annual ICPC World Finals 2019 in Porto, Portugal, on 31 March-05 April 2019.
Please wish them luck.
NUS team DomiNUS: Vu Dinh Quang Dat (4th year student), Le Xuan Manh (4th year student), and Phan Duc Nhat Minh (1st year student) has competed in the annual ICPC World Finals 2018 in Beijing, China, on 15-20 April 2018.
DomiNUS obtained raw rank 57/140 teams but official classified as rank joint-56.
DomiNUS WF18 report including their bootcamp @ India experience can be found here.
NUS team TeamTam: Muhammad Rais Fathin Mudzakir (3rd year student), Agus Sentosa Hermawan (1st year student), and How Si Wei (2nd year student) has competed in the annual ICPC World Finals 2017 in Rapid City, USA on 20-25 May 2017.
TeamTam obtained raw rank 32/133 teams but officially classified as rank joint-20. This is on par with NUS recent results since 2014 (joint-19/122/2014, joint-28/125/2015, joint-14/128/2016). Congratulations.
For more details, you can read our in-house press release.
NUS ICPC and CS3233 Activities in 2019-2021 are donated by these generous companies:
NUS ICPC Activities in the second half of 2018 and up to World Finals 2019 are donated by these generous companies
(fund has all been used up; Steven has purchased airline tickets for Moscow Pre-Finals Workshop and Porto World Finals 19):
The current list of eligible NUS students are shown here.
Eligible NUS students who are planning to be in NUS ICPC team in AY 18/19 have to do self-practice.
Steven recommends practicing on Kattis Online Judge and CodeForces.
Sunday, 07 October 2018, 11am-4pm SGT, Indonesia National Contest.
Sunday, 04 November 2018, 11am-4pm SGT, Vietnam National Contest.
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10 12 14 NUS teams after this Preliminary Contest has been advanced to the 2018 ICPC Asia Singapore Regional Contest.
The team members of (up to) top 10 NUS teams has been given 1 year access to NUS ICPC lab (COM1-02-15).
7 8 teams after this Preliminary Contest has been (or will be) sent to 3 other Asia regional contests to do well and gain WF19 qualification slot(s).
In the event that there are 2 (or more :O, max 4) NUS teams with WF19 qualification slot (from different 2/3/4 different sites, then Steven will use the following new tie-breakers that is somewhat similar to how Asia PSP picks WF teams recently). The only difference is that Steven and Prof Tan Sun Teck determines the 'site scores' below...
The best (lower overall internal rank, removing all other non-NUS teams from scoreboard) NUS team with WF19 qualification slot after all these 3 contests will be the one representing NUS for World Finals 2019 @ Porto.
For example (fictional/hypothetical scenarios):
Team A gets 4th place in Sgp-prel-18, 1st place in Jak18 (WF19 slot), and 2nd in Sgp18, then team A's rank is (4-1)*1.1 + (1-1)*2 + (2-1)*2.9 = 3.3+0+2.9 = 6.2.
Team B gets 1st place in Sgp-prel-18, 1st place in Nak18 (WF19 slot), and 3rd in Sgp18, then team B's rank is (1-1)*1.1 + (1-1)*2 + (3-1)*2.9 = 0.0+0+5.8 = 5.8.
Team C gets 2nd place in Sgp-prel-18, 1st place in Yan18 (WF19 slot), and 4th in Sgp18, then team C's rank is (2-1)*1.1 + (1-1)*2 + (4-1)*2.9 = 1.1+0+8.7 = 9.8.
Team D gets 7th place in Sgp-prel-18 (barely make it), 2nd place in Jak18 (blocked by team A), and 1st in Sgp18 (WF19 slot), then team D's rank is (7-1)*1.1 + (2-1)*2 + (1-1)*2.9 = 6.6+2+0.0 = 8.6.
Steven and Prof Tan Sun Teck will declare that team B goes to WF19.
NUS has 3 different teams qualifying for WF19. After internal discussions, Steven sends team "3body2" to represent NUS for WF19.
Using donations from companies mentioned above, we have (or will) send up to 8 NUS teams overseas and have NUS top 14 all compete at home in Asia Singapore 2018.
Basically, the rationale for choosing these sites are:
Based on this 2018 Asia Southeast and Pacific Contests data, we go to: