The Nordic Collegiate Programming Contest (NCPC) is an annual team-based programming competition aimed at university and college students from the Nordic and Baltic countries. NCPC is suitable for programmers of all skill levels, from beginner to expert. The contest features a well-rounded problem set with a mix of easy and challenging problems.
Each university hosts their own local site. Scoreboards are maintained for local sites, national level, and the overall contest, giving participants the opportunity to compare their performance against others at their desired level of competition. Professional teams (with team members not enrolled at a university) are also welcome to participate.
The Nordic Collegiate Programming Contest 2023 took place Saturday October 7th 2023 11:00-16:00 CEST (UTC+2). In total 203 teams participated from 7 countries, trying to solve as many as possible of the 11 problems.
The winning team was Omogen Heap from KTH, Sweden, who solved 10 out of 11 problems! The Baloon Animals from University of Copenhagen, Denmark placed second with 9 problems solved. In third placed 2>3 from Lund University, solvning 8 problems. Congratulations to the top teams!
The contest site is live at https://ncpc23.kattis.com/
Teams will be imported tonight.
The registration is closed.
The registration has opened at https://icpc.global/regionals/finder/Nordic.
The contest date for NCPC 2023 is October 7th, 2023. We look forward to seeing you!
Please join the NCPC discord server to connect with the organizers, other participants and stay up to date with the latest news regarding NCPC 2023.
Last updated: 2023-10-09
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