|When||October 29-30, 2010
Events will start Friday evening and continue until the banquet Saturday Night.
Louisiana State University
Events will be held in various buildings. See the Schedule of Events for more details.
More sites to be announced.
|Cost||The registration rate is $175. If you register prior to October 4, 2010, you will get the early registration rate of $125 (registration is based on postmark on envelope with check). Registration fees are for a team of three members and one coach. Guests and alternates are an additional $30 each.|
Please make all checks payable to LSU. This is very important!
You should send your check or money order to the following address:
ATTN: Jennifer Claudet The Center for Computation & Technology 216 Johnston Hall Louisiana State University Baton Rouge, LA 70803If you need to use a credit card to pay please download this form and follow the instructions.
|Facilities||We will provide Pentium-class systems. Each team will be provided one system for use during the contest. We will attempt to make each system as equal as possible (typical system is an IBM Pentium 4 based system running at 2 GHz or better, with a 17-inch monitor). Each team will be provided one system for use during the contest. (Actually, many machines have been upgraded. I will update minimum specs eventually).|
|Software||We are planning to run Linux. See the contest environment page for more details about the software to be used.|
|Judging||We plan to use the PC^2 software as we did last year.|
More details will be provided as they are determined and/or requested.
- ACM International Contest requires that teams be exactly three members (teams of two are not allowed). We will follow this guideline.
- ACM International Contest limits contestants to within 5 years of High School graduation. Exceptions can be approved. Please read the complete ICPC Regional Rules for the details.