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CEUSBC in Opole, Poland

The IEEE central european student branch congress 2013 http://ceusbc2013.ieeeopole.org/ is taking place in Opole, Poland. This three days event (from Monday 13th to Wednesday 15th of May) is basically for sharing ideas and experience with other Student Branches of the region. There are technical and non-technical workshops and, of course, Read more…

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IEEE SB Movie Night and Get-Together

We will meet in the seminar room L04.1.01 (Lakeside Park building 4) and enjoy a movie together. There will be plenty of impressions to reflect on life as a student and PhD candidate. So join in and see you there! Thanks everybody for joining, I hope you could enjoy the Read more…

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Open Day at Klagenfurt University

Today is the Open Day of Klagenfurt University where interested students can become familiar with the university and its courses. We will be there between 9am and 3pm to present the IEEE Student Branch and to promote technical studies among future students. We are looking forward to seeing you at Read more…

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IEEE SB @ OpenLab2013

The Student Branch will be at the OpenLab 2013 on March 12th at 4pm in building L4 of the Lakeside Park. Feel free stop by and talk to us. Looking forward to seeing you there.

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Public meeting

Approximately 20 people came to the public meeting of the Student Branch Klagenfurt to get to know the Branch, the people, and discuss about future events. The event was focused to breathe life into the newly formed Student Branch. Students from computer science, applied mathematics, and information technology, as well Read more…

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Results of Advent Programming Contest 2012

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 Read more…

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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?
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