The 9th KAIST ICPC Mock Competition will be held on October 3rd!
Participants in this competition will solve about 12 algorithm problems for 5 hours with a team of 3 members. The competition will take place on Thursday, October 3rd, at N1 room 102, with Baekjoon Online Judge platform. Online open contest (mirror) will be held simultaneously.
- October 1st (Tue) 23:59: The registration form will be closed. You can find the form at the bottom of this page.
- October 3rd (Thu): The competition will be held on N1 102. All team members must come to the contest area to participate in the contest.
- Participants must complete the on-site registration before 1:30 pm on the date of the competition.
Competition day schedule 13:30-14:00 | Competition guidance and environment setting 14:00-19:00 | Competition 19:00-19:50 | Seminar from sponsors(TBD), Problem solutions 19:50- | Awards ceremony
The following prizes are sponsored by DEVSISTERS.
- 1st place: Prize worth 1000k KRW
- 2nd place: Prize worth 700k KRW
- 3rd place: Prize worth 400k KRW
- Special prize (2 teams): Prize worth 200k KRW. Awarded with special criteria different from rank
There are souvenirs for every team.
- Only KAIST students, including graduate students, exchange students, etc., can participate.
- You can only participate in one team of three students.
- For those who don’t have a team, we made an Open Kakaotalk room.
- You must bring your own laptop to the contest area.
- You might need to use cloud desktop services. In that case, we will tell you by email so that you could know what to do.
- You can use at most one electronic device during the contest. If you have some reason to use other electronic devices, please tell us in the registration form.
- Participants must complete the on-site registration before 13:30 on the date of the competition.
- The available languages will include C, C++, Java, Python, and Kotlin.
- Using the Internet is prohibited during the competition, except for submitting source codes in Baekjoon Online Judge and accessing language reference sites. Here are examples of allowed reference sites.
C/C++: http://en.cppreference.com/w/ Java: https://docs.oracle.com/javase/8/docs/api/ Python: https://docs.python.org/3/ Kotlin: https://kotlinlang.org/docs/reference/
Accessing to the reference site for other versions of the same language is also allowed.
- Each team can bring up to 25 pages of printed A4-sized reference materials
- Using any pre-written code is NOT allowed.
- Scoring is done according to the ICPC Regional Rules. (Refer to the section “Scoring of a Regional Contest”)
- Organizers have the right to make decisions to situations not covered in this section.
- Simple snacks are provided during the competition.
- We provide a printout of the whole problemset. The language is English.
- Printing may be supported, but we are not sure. We will send details by e-mail.
- The competition will be held through the ‘Contest’ tab of Baekjoon Online Judge. It is recommended participants familiarize themselves with the website beforehand.
- Here are documents for the website. You can use any translator (ex. Google Translate) to read those.
For other inquiries, please contact 010-2068-4096 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Due: Tuesday, October 1st 23:59:59
- Link to the form