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Results are now official! Congratulations to all participants!

Rankings are based on the number of solved problems by a participant. If two or more participants have the same number of solutions, they get the same rank but are listed with the fastest one first. There had been in totel 295 participants. The list contains only participants with at least one correct submission.

1 Alex 24   6986:55:01   school
2 0xbb 22 5734:25:04 university
2 RageQuit 22 5797:02:04 university
2 MichaelLeitgeb 22 6174:29:09 other
5 veilchen2k 21 5616:59:19 university
5 Thomas
Read more: Results of Advent Programming Contest 2012
An Advent calendar is a special calendar used to count or celebrate the days in anticipation of Christmas. Advent calendars typically begin on December 1 and provide a window to open until December 24. Usually they have windows, which you can open each day containing some chocolate or other stuff. But what is better to kill some time until Christmas, Hanukkah, Yule, Kwanzaa, Diwali, Boxing Day, etc. than an Advent calendar giving you a programming problem every day?
Read more: Advent Programming Contest 2012

Our new logo was unveiled during our first BBQ to celebrate the end of the Branch's first summer semester. With beautiful weather and nice temperatures about 50 people joined for our first BBQ. In a nice atmosphere students, PhD students, postdocs, professors, and people interested in the Student Branch came together to have a good time and exchange ideas for the new Student Branch in Klagenfurt.

Our chefs Andrea and Nikolaj prepared delicious food while our bar man Manfred served cold drinks.

Read more: Semesterausklang