Students coding contest
Programm and win a drone!
- Friday 31 March 2017
2511 DP The Hague
Compete with coders all over Europe!
All Leiden University and other students are invited to take part in the International Coding Contest on Friday 31 March 2017 in Wijnhaven, Leiden University campus The Hague.
For one afternoon, you will compete with hundreds of coders all over Europe. Grab this chance to test your coding skills in an exciting assignment! Last year, the contesters coded a space robot after its landing on Mars.
As the coding contest is in The Hague, hometown of the Dutch government, we are proud to announce that prizes will be handed out by Kees Verhoeven, the Dutch ICT Politician of the Year and member of Parliament. He is striving to get ICT higher on the political agenda.
13.00 o 'clock Entrance and registration
14.00 -18.00 o'clock Contest
18.00 o'clock Prize-giving ceremony and drinks
The Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science (LIACS) is your host in this international event. Registration is free of costs and you can win some nice prizes! Drinks and snacks will be provided for during and after the contest.
Register through the official contest website. LIACS is looking forward to seeing you in The Hague!