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CENTRAL EUROPE REGIONAL CONTEST 2017
 
Zagreb, Croatia, November 17-19
 
 
FINAL REPORT
 
The 2017 ACM-ICPC Central Europe Regional Contest was held from November 17 to 19, 2017. The competition was hosted by Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, University of Zagreb, Croatia.
 
We had 69 teams (65 official and 4 unofficial teams) coming from 29 universities from Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia. The contest took place at the Building A of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, on Sunday, November 19, starting at 09:00 CET and ending at 14:00 CET. The online judge used for the contest was our own, written in 2007 and developed since then.
 
There was a total of 12 problems to solve. Of those, 10 problems were solved during the contest. 65 teams solved at least one problem, and the maximum number of problems solved was 10. The problemset and full contest data is available here.
 
The top ten teams are:
 
1. Team UW1 (Dębowski, Radecki, Sommer) from University of Warsaw (10 problems solved, total time 1536 minutes)
2. Team Jagiellonian 1 (Hlembotskyi, Stokowacki, Zieliński) from Jagiellonian University in Krakow (7 problems solved, total time 932 minutes)
3. Team UW3 (Hołubowicz, Paluszek, Tabaszewski) from University of Warsaw (7 problems solved, total time 1082 minutes)
4. Team UW2 (Boguta, Czajka, Farbiś) from University of Warsaw (6 problems solved, total time 498 minutes)
5. Team UW4 (Budrowski, Gutowski, Puczel) from University of Warsaw (6 problems solved, total time 800 minutes)
6. Team MFF1 (Bialas, Hladík, Volhejn) from Charles University in Prague (6 problems solved, total time 811 minutes)
7. Team UWr1 (Moszkowski, Pietrzak, Serafin) from University of Wroclaw (6 problems solved, total time 869 minutes)
8. Team UW6 (Kowalska, Majewski, Zawalski) from University of Warsaw (6 problems solved, total time 1247 minutes)
9. Team UWr4 (Głuch, Górniak, Kwiecień) from University of Wroclaw (6 problems solved, total time 1533 minutes)
10. Team Jagiellonian 2 (Burczyński, Grzybowska, Rajtar) from Jagiellonian University in Krakow (5 problems solved, total time 572 minutes)
 
The full ranking is available here.