|Tuesday 10:15 - 11:45
|Online via Zoom
The kick-off meeting will take place on Tuesday, April 27, 2021 at 10:15h online in Zoom. Students interested in the Lab are asked to be (virtually) present at the kick-off meeting; in any case, if you are interested, please contact Daniel Schmidt beforehand for the Zoom link.
The topic of the Lab is Competitive Programming. Competitive Programming is a conjunction of algorithmical problem solving and programming. We consider many problems from different areas, e.g., data structures, simple mathematical problems, graph theory or computational geometry, and you will implement programs that solve the problems. The implementations are automatically evaluated on our competitive programming server.
We support C++/Java/Python3, but for some tasks C++/Java is highly recommended.