The event is intended both for competitive programmers with prior knowledge and those who have no contest experience but wish to compete for medals in the future. Individuals and teams of two or three persons are eligible to participate.
Depending on qualification, the boot camp attendants will be placed in one of two divisions: Those preparing for the 2020 ICPC World Finals in Moscow will train in Division A, while those training to compete in regional and macroregional contests are allocated to Division B.
Sign up to participate before June 1, 11:59 p.m. Moscow time. You can find out more about the boot camp, its program, and participation fees on the project’s website.
Moscow Workshops ICPC is an educational project based at MIPT. It sets up boot camps for International Collegiate Programming Contest participants. These training events are held in Russia, Belarus, India, Spain, China, Oman, and Brazil. Eleven out of the 12 teams earning medals at the 2019 ICPC World Finals in Porto, Portugal (and 51 of the 135 teams participating in the 2019 finals), trained with Moscow Workshops.