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IDI Open 2014

IDI Open 2014

On Saturday 3rd, The IDI Open 2014 programming contest was successfully held at NTNU. A total of 89 teams registered for the event this year.

The overall winner was the Algoraphobia team from the University of Bergen (UiB) in Norway. They competed offsite and solved 10 of 12 problems! In second place came Mehiko from the University of Oslo (UiO) in Norway. The third place was won by an onsite team - Team Sporenstreks - who competed as a "pro" team.

There were 12 problems in the problem set this year. Problems "C" and "I" were solved by most, and problems "H" and "J" were the hardest (solved by none). Only the winning team, Algoraphobia, solved problem "G". Team Algoraphobia consisted of Simen Lilleeng, Magnar Myrtveit, and Johan Torås Halseth.

Of the onsite student teams 2b||!2b (Christer Bru, Jean Niklas L'orange, and Vegard Edvardsen) won the contest, followed by Magic Voodoo Tricks™ (Imre Kerr, Simen Mikkelsen, and Didrik Jonassen), and finally Ninjadev (Sigve Sebastian Farstad, Christoffer Tønnessen, and Stian Jensen). The top three onsite student teams solved 8, 7, and 6 problems respectively.

Details about the final scores can be found in the IDI Open Highscore table.

The organizers and IDI want to congratulate all of the winners and also hope that everybody had fun at the contest this year! Hope to see you again next year!

Photos from IDI Open 2014 (Flickr)


By: Kai Torgeir Dragland     Published: 05.05.2014     
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