The 1998 East Central Regional ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest was held Friday 13 and Saturday 14 November at the University of Waterloo, located in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. 92 teams competed for 3 spots in the World finals, held at Technical University Eindhoven, the Netherlands, on 8-11 April, 1999.
You can contact the contest people at Waterloo by emailing email@example.com
The top three teams will get to go to the finals, where they will compete among 61 teams from this and other regions.
|FIRST PLACE||University of Waterloo (Waterloo A)|
|Gordon Cormack, Coach|
|SECOND PLACE||Carnegie Mellon University (CMU Tartans A)|
|Mark Stehlik, Coach|
|THIRD PLACE||University of Toronto (Toronto 1)|
|Charles Clarke, Coach|
|FOURTH PLACE||Case Western Reserve University (Case Western A)|
|FIFTH PLACE||University of Waterloo (Waterloo B)|
|SIXTH PLACE||McGill University (McGill Poutines)|
|SEVENTH PLACE||Carnegie Mellon University (CMU Tartans B)|
|EIGHTH PLACE||University of Toronto (Toronto A)|
|NINTH PLACE||Case Western Reserve University (Case Western B)|
|TENTH PLACE||Western Michigan University (Prussian Programmers)|
The contest environment has a page of its own, including the current version of the environment documentation. You should read this before coming to Waterloo.
Annotated map of campus.
This was not final. We ran about 15 minutes late.
All times are in EST. Beware the evil time zone shift.
|16:30-18:30||Registration||Comfy Lounge, MC 3001|
|18:30-19:50||Practice Contest||Terminal Labs, 3rd Floor MC|
|20:00-21:00||Question and Answer Period||EL 101|
|21:00-22:30||Pizza Party||EL 101|
|09:30-10:00||Assemble for Contest||Terminal Labs, 3rd Floor MC|
|10:00-15:00||Contest||Terminal Labs, 3rd Floor MC|
|10:00-15:00||Coach Knuckle-Biting||DC 1302 (note change)|
|12:00-14:00||Lunch served, drinks available||Contest location, C&D|
|15:30-18:00||Banquet||SCH Festival Room|
The region contains western Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio, Michigan, eastern Ontario and Indiana excluding the Greater Chicago Metropolitan Area. And McGill, located in Montréal, Quebec.
See the contest web page.