IEEEXtreme 12.0

Competition description

This international competition is a 24h programming challenge in teams of a maximum of 3 students. The competition starts on Saturday night 2AM on the 20th of October and ends on Sunday night 2AM on the 21st of October. Via an online web interface you receive problems that you have to solve. You write the solution in any of the available programming languages and submit this on the interface. Depending on the result you can continue to the next problem. Some problems are typical programming related, others are about logic or mathematical problems. This way it is useful to assemble a multi-disciplinary team!

I only know the basics of programming, is this competition interesting for me? Sure it is! You will succeed in solving the problems with your knowledge of Java or Python you learned in the first year of the Bachelors of Science in Engineering. It is not only about programming but also about solving problems itself. The problems are rated as easy, medium or hard difficulty.

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Prizes

What's in it for me? Besides the fact that you train and test your skills in programming, teamwork and endurance, you can also win some prizes! The first prize is a trip to an IEEE conference of your choice with all expenses paid. Click here for a complete description. Participation in this competition is a great entry on your résumé.

Organisational support

In order for you to participate in the competition in the best way possible, the organisation IEEE Student Branch Gent will provide you with the best support. We provide you with the desired food and drinks, a place to sleep and internet. We supervise the competition at all times. The competition will be held in De Therminal, Ghent. Check our photo albums for pictures of last year's edition!

Rule set

Click here for the set of allowed programming languages and the official rule set .

How to subscribe

Subscribing is possible until the 7th of October.

To subscribe for the IEEEXtreme Programming Competition 12.0 do the following:

1 Find team mates (up to three persons per team)

2 Fill in the IEEEXtreme application webform

Subscribe for IEEEXtreme with your team! (SUBSCRIPTIONS CLOSED)

3 Subscribe for an IEEE membership

Every team member has to be an IEEE student member to participate. If you are not a member yet, we sponsor this in case you want to participate.
Apply for an IEEE Student Membership

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