Saturday 21st October
In 2022, more than 350 students, in 124 Teams from 19 universities, at 16 sites, took part in UKIEPC 2022.
Taking Part in 2023
Participation is in teams of 3 students, around one computer, work on approximately 12 problems during 5 hours with no internet. Participation will follow the NWERC regional rules.
Expected Schedule on the Day
|10:30 AM||Introduction on Youtube|
|11:00 AM||Contest starts|
|15:00 PM||Scoreboard freezes||You can see who has submitted, but not whether they were successful.|
|16:00 PM||Contest ends|
|~16:10 PM||Solutions and Results|
The following details from 2021 may be updated before the 2022 event
- Python 3.6 (PyPy 7.3)
- Java 11 (OpenJDK 11.0.11)
- C++20 (g++ 9.3)
- C17 (gcc 9.3)
We will follow NWERC for 2022 and return to in-person only participation, in teams of (up to) 3. Each university is also separately responsible for their selection process for deciding which teams to send to NWERC. This may be based upon team performance in the UKIEPC, or determined separately; teams do not have to remain the same.