algoComp’21 is a competitive algorithm competition which is organized by ITU ACM Student Chapter and will be held on the 12-21st of February. Students from all over the Turkey can join algoComp’21.
algoComp'21, in which the participants analyze a problem quickly and try to find the most appropriate solution to the problem, evaluates the skills, such as creating the ideal algorithm with limited time and resource usage and teamwork predisposition.
Last Registration Day for algoComp'21
Official Online Qualification Round results will be published
algoComp'21, brings together the most talented algorithm enthusiasts in Turkey and gives them an opportunity to create a community as they wish.
Thanks to our wide network, those who manage to come to the final round will get a chance to expand their connections they have with both sector and academy.
The biggest advantage of algoComp'21 comes from the quality of the challenges it provides. algoComp'21 is a great chance for you to see your place among top competitive programmers and to improve yourself in algorithms as well as computer science.
algoComp’21 consists of two stages: the Qualification Round and the Final Stage.
In the Qualification Round which will take place on the 12-14th of February, competitors will be asked to solve 10 algorithm problems in a period of 48 hours. A total of 25 teams whom collected the most points as fast as possible will earn the right to attend the final stage.
In the final stage which will be held on the 21st of February, competitors will be expected to solve 8-11 algorithm problems, which are more challenging compared to the questions in Qualification Round, in a period of 5 hours. Top 3 teams with the highest points will win the grand prizes.
All students can participate unless they have taken place in the organization of the competition. The ones who want to join the competition can apply individually or as a team of 2 or 3. The ones who would like to join as a team has to apply as a team as well. Applications that have been made individually are counted as different teams and they will lose the chance to compete as a team. Applications must be made until 31 January 2021, after this date no applications will be accepted.
In each question, the solutions of the competitors will pass through a number of test cases which are prepared by our problem setter team. The teams will gain points proportional to the number of test cases they have passed.
In our ranking system, the points collected by the teams will be considered as the first criteria. In case of equality, the time to solve the questions will be considered; the team which gained the same amount of points in a shorter period of time will place in a higher rank.
All students can participate unless they have taken place in the organization of the contest.
Yes, you can apply individually.
No, the ones who applied individually will compete individually.
Teams can consist of maximum 3 people.
You can apply on algocomp.ituacm.com/join by stating the number of competitors on your team.
It will be online.
The competition will be held on the competition site that has prepared by ITU ACM Student Chapter.
You can apply by filling the form on algocomp.ituacm.com/join until the 31th of January 2021.
No, each competitor can join only one team.
Top 3 competitors/teams will win the grand prizes.