The Club of Creativity of Programmers of the Institute of Mathematics and Information Technologies with the information support of the Office of Pre-University and Career Guidance held an autumn-winter series of sports programming competitions.
Students of PetrSU and schoolchildren of the Republic of Karelia who have skills in sports programming could take part in the championship. Less experienced participants could also try their hand at it.
During the day, young programmers competed among themselves for the right to become the best, and according to the results of the competition, the competent jury distributed the prizes as follows:
R.V. Alkin, organizer of the autumn-winter series of the PetrSU Open Championship in sports programming:
For the first time, we held our event in the IOI format, where for each problem the participants received a certain number of points, not only “+” or “-“, the jury also took into account partial solutions. Congratulations to all the winners and prize-winners of the competition and we are definitely waiting for all the participants of our competition to prove themselves again, but already in the spring series of the PetrSU Open Programming Championship!
The winners among the students are:
Alshanin Vsevolod Igorevich (PetrSU, 22204)
Simagin Igor Alexandrovich (PetrSU, 22207)
Anisimov Nikita Nikolaevich (PetrSU, 22107)
Sobyanina Natalia Nikolaevna (PetrSU, 22204)
The winners among schoolchildren are:
Dmitriev Vladislav Denisovich (MOU SOSH 27, grade 10)
Smirnov Evgeny Ruslanovich (Derzhavin Lyceum, grade 11)
Fedorov Yegor Vladimirovich (Derzhavin Lyceum, grade 10)
Winner students :
Potapova Ekaterina Mikhailovna (PetrSU, 22304)
Ermakov Vladimir Alexandrovich (PetrSU, 22207)
Khusnutdinova Aigul Rustemovna (PetrSU, 22107)
Shaganov Vyacheslav Andreevich (MOU “Lyceum 40”, grade 11)
Krishtal Kirill Sergeevich (school №3, grade 11)
Ryazanov Demid Vitalievich (MOU “Lyceum №1”, grade 10).
The event was organized and conducted by the Club of Creativity of Programmers of PetrSU of the Institute of Mathematics and Information Technologies with the support of the Office of Pre-University and Career Guidance within the framework of the Program for the Development of the Pivotal University and Career Guidance.