ICPC 2020

ACM ICPC is an international programming contest organized by the Baylor University and sponsored by Qwanturank.
This year, the Univesity of Warsaw has the pleasure of hosting the Finals.
WELCOME!

What's New

ARRIVAL/DEPARTURE TRANSFER INFORMATION
ARRIVAL BY PLANE

There will be transportation provided for all participants arriving to the Warsaw Chopin Airport.

Meeting point – arrival hall Terminal A. Please look for a host/hostess with a sign with the ACM ICPC logo.

6th – 10th May 2020 – individual transfers according to the flight details submitted to the ACM ICPC Office

11th May 2020 – shuttle to the hotels from 9h00 AM till 12h00 AM

12th May 2020 – shuttle to the hotels from 8h30 AM till 12h00 AM

13th May 2020 – shuttle to the hotels from 8h00 AM till 12h00 AM

14th May 2020 – shuttle to the hotels from 7h30 AM till 11h00 PM

15th – 16th May 2020 – individual transfers according to the flight details submitted to the ACM ICPC Office

ARRIVAL BY TRAIN

There will be transportation provided for all participants arriving to the Warsaw Central Railway Station (Warszawa Centralna) and Warsaw Gdanska Railway Station (Warszawa Gdańska).

Meeting points:

Warszawa Centralna – Main Hall near the stairway

Warszawa Gdańska – on the platform

Please look for a host/hostess with a sign with the ACM ICPC logo.

11th – 14th May 2020 – individual transfers according to the flight details submitted to the ACM ICPC Office

ATTENTION: We do not provide transportation from the Warsaw Central Railway Station to the Marriott Hotel.

If you’re accommodated in Marriott Hotel there is underground tunnel heading directly to the hotel. Please follow signs – ‘Marriott’ or ‘Aleje Jerozolimskie’.

DEPARTURE BY PLANE

There will be transportation provided ONLY ON 18TH MAY 2020 for the participants leaving from the Warsaw Chopin Airport.

The transfer times were scheduled approx. 1,5-2,5 hours before your flight. Depending the traffic the trip to the airport should take 15-45 min from Radisson BLU Sobieski Hotel and 30-60 min from Marriott Hotel.

Please remember that to you need to be at the airport min. 1 hour before european flight and min. 2 hours before intercontinental flight.

Departures from Marriott:

4h15 AM 5h15 AM 5h45 AM 7h30 AM 8h30 AM 9h45 AM 10h30 AM 11h30 AM 12h15 AM

1h30 PM 2h30 PM 4h45 PM

Departures from Radisson BLU Sobieski Hotel:

4h30 AM 5h30 AM 6h00 AM 7h45 AM 8h45 AM 10h00 AM 10h45 AM 11h45 AM 12:30 AM

1h45 PM 2h45 PM 4h00 PM 5h00 PM

DEPARTURE BY TRAIN

There will be transportation provided ONLY ON 18TH MAY 2020 for the participants leaving from the Warsaw Central Railway Station (Warszawa Centralna) and Warsaw Gdanska Railway Station (Warszawa Gdańska).

The transfer times were scheduled approx. 1,0-1,5 hours before your departure, depending on the time of the day and traffic.

Departures from Radisson BLU Sobieski Hotel:

8h45 AM 11h00 AM 2h15 PM 5h00 PM 7h45 PM

ATTENTION: We do not provide transportation from the Marriott Hotel to the Warsaw Central Railway Station. If you’re accommodated in Marriott Hotel there is underground tunnel heading directly to the station. Please follow signs – ‘’Warszawa Centralna’.

If you are not sure if your flight details were submitted or your arrival/departure time is not fitting in the above hours please contact us

04/05/2020,
About Warsaw
For more information about Warsaw please visit Warsaw Convention Bureau website and Warsaw Tour website. You can find there useful information, many brochures, videoes and city map.

30/03/2020,
Visa reguirements
Citizens of the following countries are not required to be in possession of a visa when entering Poland for less than 90 days:

Albania (only for holders of biometric passports)
Andorra
Antigua Barbuda
Argentina
Australia
Austria
Bahamas
Barbados
Belgium
Bosnia and Herzegovina (only for holders of biometric passports)
Brazil
Brunei
Bulgaria
Canada
Chile
Costa Rica
Croatia
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Denmark
El Salvador
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Guatemala
Honduras
Hong Kong (Special Administrative Region)
Hungary
Iceland
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Japan
Latvia
Liechtenstein
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Macao (Special Administrative Region)
Macedonia (only for holders of biometric passports)
Malaysia
Malta
Mauritius
Mexico
Monaco
Montenegro (only for holders of biometric passports)
Netherlands
New Zealand
Nicaragua
Norway
Panama
Paraguay
Portugal
Romania
Saint Kitts and Nevis
San Marino
Serbia (only for holders of biometric passports)
Seychelles
Singapore
Slovakia
Slovenia
South Korea
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Taiwan (for holders of passports which include an identity card number)
United Kingdom
United States of America
Uruguay
Vatican (Holy See)
Venezuela

02/03/2020,
The Schengen Info

To enter the Schengen territory third-country nationals must be in possession of a valid travel document and a visa if it is required. They also have to meet the following conditions:
they justify the purpose and conditions of the intended stay and prove that they have sufficient means of subsistence, both for the period of the intended stay and for the return to their country of origin or transit to a third State into which they are certain to be admitted, or are in a position to acquire such means lawfully
no alert has been issued for them for the purposes of refusing entry
they are not considered to be a threat to public policy, national security or the international relations of any of the Schengen States.
After undergoing the single check at the external border it is possible to move freely within the Schengen territory.

Schengen States issue the following types of uniform visas which entitle the holder to enter and stay in the Schengen territory:

airport transit visa (A) – valid only for airport transit, does not entitle the holder to leave the transit zone of the airport
short-stay visa (C) – valid for stays of no more than 90 days per period of 180 days
Apart from uniform visas, Schengen States issue national long-stay visas (D) and residence permits.

Holders of residence permits and national long-stay visas (D) issued by one of the Schengen States are allowed to travel within the Schengen area during a maximum three months in any half year .

Entry conditions for third-country nationals under visa obligation

Third-country nationals are allowed to enter and stay in Poland, if they are in a possession of one of the following titles:

uniform short-stay Schengen visa (C)
Polish long-stay national visa (D)
Polish residence permit
residence permit or national long-stay visa issued by another Schengen State.

02/03/2020,
Polish Diplomatic Mission Abroad
- Address List on the website of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland

02/03/2020,
Excursions
We encourage everyone to get acquaintd with the excursions offer prepared by Mazurkas Travel for the Participants of 2020 ACM ICPC World Finals in Warsaw

Excursions

CRACOW 3 DAYS TOUR - SOLD!
18-20 May 2020 - SOLD!

1st DAY

Pick up:
8:45 a.m Radisson Blue Sobieski
9:00 a.m Marriott Warsaw Hotel

Coach journey from Warsaw to Cracow
lunch at the local restaurant
En route stop in Auschwitz
In the afternoon:
En route stop in Wadowice
Evening arrival in Cracow, dinner in local restaurant overnight

AUSCHWITZ – the largest of the Nazi concentration camps during World War II. It has been the largest ‘death’ factory in the history of humanity and a silent witness to human tragedy. Auschwitz consisted of several units, including the largest one in Brzezinka (Birkenau). Out of the millions of people brought there between 1940-1944, at the time of liberation of the Camp only 60 to 70 thousand utterly emaciated victims were alive.

WADOWICE – En route stop in Wadowice, a birthplace of Pope John Paul II. Visit the house where Pope was born and the church where he was attending as a child. Continue for Cracow. Evening arrival in Cracow.

2nd DAY

3 hours city tour of Cracow
lunch at the local restaurant
Afternoon sightseeing of the Kazimierz District with dinner in Jewish restaurant overnight

In the morning three hours city tour of Cracow including not-missed important places and monuments in the town: Old Town Market Square, one of the biggest squares in Europe with St. Mary's Church famous of Gothic wooden altar designed by Witt Stwosz, the Town Hall Tower, the Renaissance Cloth Hall (Sukiennice), the Collegium Maius – the oldest part of the Jagiellonian University with the charming Gothic courtyard. Wawel Hill with the royal castle - former residence of Kings and Princes of Poland and the Wawel Cathedral used to be the site of royal ceremonies and resting place of Kings of Poland. The Renaissance Sigismond Chapel, roofed with pure gold, is an absolutely unique architectural monument.

Afternoon Kazimierz District tour. In the past, Kazimierz was a distinct town with its own Market Square and Town Hall, as well as thriving culture, which blossomed in the 16th century.Enjoy a Jewish style inner Accompanied traditional Jewish music in the restaurant in the old district of by Kazimierz.

3 rd DAY

In the morning: Visit to Wieliczka
Return trip to Warsaw
Lunch-boxes in the coach
Return to Warsaw around 4 p.m.

WIELICZKA SALT MINE – the oldest salt mine in Europe, an impressive underground world of salt lakes, chambers, galleries and the unique Salt Works Museum created by many generations of Polish miners. The underground tourist route passes through galleries and chambers on three levels, with 17th and 19th century chapels and unique natural caves.

Duration: 3 days tour
Price: 1850 PLN in dbl room (approx. 430 €, 580 $ ) in dbl room sgl suppl 175 PLN (approx. 40 € , 55 $).
The price includes: Warsaw – Cracow - Warsaw, deluxe minibus/coach transportation, English speaking tour leader assistance, 2 nights at the min. 3* hotel, entrance fees, local guides assistance, lunches and dinners as specified Tour will be organized at min. 15 pax.

BIAŁOWIEŻA & GRABARKA FULL DAY
13 May 2020

BIAŁOWIEŻA – one of the UNESCO sites in Poland, one of the oldest national parks in Europe, and one of the largest regions of original forest in Central Europe, also the last national forest with fragments of primordial wood. The Białowieża National Park is also home to and impressive variety of animals, including the uncontested king of the region – the European Bison. Continue for Grabarka to visit the unique Orthodoxy pilgrimage place famous for its Numerous wooden crosses, the oldest dating back on the early 18thcentury.Thousands of characteristic Orthodox crucifies clusters together in all shapes and sizes are an extraordinarily powerful sight.

Price: 390 PLN (approx.90 €, 125 $).

The price includes: entrance fees, transportation, lunch and English guide assistance. Tour will be organized at min. 15 pax.

Duration: full day ( 7:00 a.m. – 10 p.m.). Pick up: 7:00 a.m. Radisson Blue Hotel 7:15 a.m. Marriott Warsaw Hote.

CRACOW & AUSCHWITZ BIRKENAU FULL DAY
13 May 2020

Intercity or special train with only 2h 40 minutes journey makes Cracow available for a one day trip from Warsaw.

In the morning: CRACOW – The Royal City. A city over one thousand years old, located in the upper course of the Vistula river, a city called ”little Rome” and the ”cradle of European Culture”. Cracow is rich in history, outstanding works of art and architecture. The city is the location of the Jagiellonian University (founded in 1364), the Royal Castle Wawel, with its mythical Cathedral and the largest and most beautiful town square in Europe. Cracow is a city complex unlike most others in Europe.

In the afternoon: AUSCHWITZ – the largest of the Nazi concentration camps during World War II. It has been the largest ‘death’ factory in the history of humanity and a silent witness to human tragedy. Auschwitz consisted of several units, including thelargest one in Brzezinka (Birkenau). Out of the millions of people brought there between 1940-1944, at the time of liberation of the Camp only 60 to 70 thousand utterly emaciate victims were alive.

Price: 740 PLN (approx. 170 €, 235 $).

The price includes: entrance fees, transportation, lunch and English guide assistance. Tour will be organized at min. 15 pax.

Duration: full day tour (7:00 a.m. – 10 p.m.). Pick up: 6:45 a.m. Radisson Blue Hotel 7:00 a.m. Marriott Warsaw Hotel.

CRACOW & WIELICZKA SALT MINE VISIT FULL DAY
19 May 2020

Intercity or special train with only 2h 40 minutes journey makes Cracow available for a one day trip from Warsaw.

In the morning: CRACOW – The Royal City. A city over one thousand years old, located in the upper course of the Vistula river, a city called ”little Rome” and the ”cradle of European Culture”. Cracow is rich in history, outstanding works of art and architecture. The city is the location of the Jagiellonian University (founded in 1364), the Royal Castle Wawel, with its mythical Cathedral and the largest and most beautiful town square in Europe. Cracow is a city complex unlike most others in Europe.

In the afternoon: WIELICZKA SALT MINE – the oldest salt mine in Europe, an impressive underground world of salt lakes, chambers, galleries and the unique Salt Works Museum created by many generations of Polish miners. The underground tourist route passes through galleries and chambers on three levels, with 17th and 19th century chapels and unique natural caves. The price includes: train ticket Warsaw – Cracow – Warsaw, English speaking hostess assistance, deluxe coach transportation, local guide assistance, lunch at the local restaurant.

Price: 740 PLN (approx. 170 €, 235 $).

The price includes: entrance fees, transportation, lunch and English guide assistance. Tour will be organized at min. 15 pax.

Duration: full day tour, (7:00 a.m. – 10 p.m.). Pick up: 6:45 a.m. Radisson Blue Hotel 7:00 a.m. Marriott Warsaw Hotel.

TORUŃ FULL DAY
18 May 2020

One of the most maginificent historic cities in Poland and the birthplace of Copernicus, a great Polish astronomer. It’s Old Townhas been included in the UNESCO lists thaks to the most impressive 13th century Town Hall, superb churches and street uncovering Toruń’s past glory. The Market Square with the town Hall and beautiful mansions (The Under the Star house-gem of Toruń baroque), Raftsman's Inn, The statue of Nicolaus Copernicus, the Statue of Raftsman Nicolaus Copernicus House-not only magnificent astronomer but also splendid economist, clergyman and doctor Medieval city walls, gates, towers (famous the Leaning Tower), granaries Medieval churches – St. Mary Church and Toruń Cathedral (the place where N. Copernicus was babtisted) entrance to the one of them.

Price: 390 PLN (approx.90 €, 125 $).

The price includes: entrance fees, transportation, lunch and English guide assistance. Tour will be organized at min. 15 pax.

Duration: full day ( 7:00 a.m. – 10 p.m.) Pick up: 7:00 a.m. Radisson Blue Hotel 7:15 a.m. Marriott Warsaw Hotel.

WAY OF PAYMENT:

  1. ON-LINE PAYMENT BY CREDIT CARD
  2. BANK TRANSFER

BRE Bank O/WARSZAWA, ul. Senatorska 18, 00-950 Warszawa, POLAND

Bank account number: PL 11 1140 1010 0000 4401 5300 1007,

SWIFT: BREXPLPWWA1 „ICPC2020”

REGISTRATION
For registration clik here.

CANCELLATION CONDITIONS:
3 DAYS TOURS
If notice of cancellation is received by the Mazurkas Travel before March 10, 2020, the payment less processing fee of 50 PLN will be reimbursed. No claim for refund will be accepted after March 10, 2020.

FULL DAY TOURS
If notice of cancellation is received by Mazurkas Travel before April 10, 2020, theA full payment less processing fee of 50 PLN will be reimbursed. No claim for refunds will be accepted after April 10, 2020.

Host

UNIVERSITY OF WARSAW

University of Warsaw (UW) is Poland's finest university. It offers 80 fields of study and over 100 specializations in the Humanities and the Earth, Social, and Natural Sciences, over 30 PhD programmes and over 200 postgraduate studies at highest European level, including study programmes in English, e-learning as well as language courses. Currently, the University has 19 faculties, 26 independent units and educates over 65 thousands students.

Their interest in studying at UW results above all from the University’s prestige, something UW has earned through the high educational level and the research work. The University is constantly adjusting its research programmes and curricula to the changing world and ensures successful education and productive collaboration in R&D projects. Our researchers are highly valued in the world and our students win many national and international contests, being world leaders in IT.

The international reputation of the University of Warsaw is attested by its regular cooperation with the most renowned educational institutions in the world. In 2009 over 200 universities from 54 countries of the world co-operated with UW through bilateral agreements and over 370 were partners within the EU programmes.

THE FACULTY OF MATHEMATICS, INFORMATICS AND MECHANICS
The Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics (MIM), with 192 faculty members and researchers, is engaged in a wide spectrum of research areas, ranging from basic research in pure mathematics and theoretical computer science, to applied research in applied mathematics and applied areas of informatics. The Faculty consists of three Institutes: Mathematics (90 faculty members), Informatics (72 faculty members), and Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (with 30 faculty members).

Traditionally the Faculty has its strengths in selected areas of Mathematics and Informatics. In addition it expands the scope of research by focusing on some truly multidisciplinary areas such as Financial Mathematics or Computational Biology. An independent Section of Economic, Financial and Insurance Mathematics consists of faculty members from both Institutes: Mathematics and Applied Mathematics and Mechanics.

Almost 100 PhD students are involved in various research areas under supervision of the faculty members and researchers of MIM.

As a sign of recognition of research strength of MIM, it was invited to join in 2007 the European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics (ERCIM) as a full member.

Organizing Partner

The Foundation for
Information Technology
Development

Steering Committee
Prof. Katarzyna Chałasińska-Macukow
Rector of the University of Warsaw

Prof. Katarzyna Chałasińska-Macukow
prof. Tadeusz Tomaszewski
Vice-Rector of the University of Warsaw – member of the Organizing Committee

prof. Tadeusz Tomaszewski
prof. Alojzy Nowak
Dean of the Faculty of Management, University of Warsaw – member of the Organizing Committee

prof. Alojzy Nowak
Organizing Committee
prof. Jan Madey
Director of the ACM ICPC Finals 2020 – Chairman of the Organizing Committee

prof. Jan Madey
prof. Krzysztof Diks
Assistant Director, ACM ICPC Finals 2020 – Vice Chairman of the Organizing Committee

prof. Krzysztof Diks
Rafał W. Sikorski
Chairman of the Executive Committee, ACM ICPC World Finals 2020 Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Rafał W. Sikorski
Ilona Lesiak
Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) of ACM ICPC World Finals 2020

Ilona Lesiak
Dorota Lesiak
ACM ICPC World Finals 2020 Office Manager

Dorota Lesiak

About Poland

POLAND FOR SPECIAL INTERESTS
Nature lovers will certainly enjoy the golden beaches of the Baltic Sea coast in the north and the rocky peaks of the Tatra Mountains in the south. Water sports fans will love the Great Masurian Lakes and hikers will feel happy on the Bieszczady trails, amidst the wilderness of that green mountain range. They may encounter a bison, Europe’s biggest animal, living in its natural habitat that occupies a part of the Białowieża primeval forest; enjoy the pleasures of a photo-safari in the unique Biebrza River Marshes or the thrilling experience of rafting through the Dunajec Gorge. Keen hikers can venture a climb to the tops of shifting sand dunes in the Słowiński National Park.

Dedicated history and historical mementos fans are welcome to visit the carefully restored complexes of old Polish cities, including the royal castles in Warsaw and Cracow, Poland’s former capital, which survived the Second World War intact. They will enjoy touring old residences remembering bygone times and visiting the numerous museums, including the fascinating underground galleries of the medieval salt mine in Wieliczka, or the biographical museum of the astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus in the old bishops’ residence in Frombork.

In the homeland of the pianists Chopin and Penderecki, enthusiasts of the arts will find a rich calendar of cultural events. The highlights of Polish music seasons are the Ludwig van Beethoven Easter Festival in Warsaw, the Cracow Jewish Culture Festival, Warsaw Autumn – International Festival of Contemporary Music, the JVC Jazz Festival, Picnic Country – the International Country Music Festival, the worldwide-known Chopin International Piano Competition and numerous art and folklore youth festivals and meetings.

About Warsaw

WARSAW
Why Warsaw? Whether you come to Warsaw on a business trip, for a conference, or as a tourist, Warsaw has everything that a modern European capital has to offer. Dynamic and stable business environment, historic and modern meeting facilities, vibrant cultural life and green space covering a quarter of the city. Warsaw will definitely exceed your expectations. Eclectic It is a city of many faces: a contrasting blend of past and present with the architectural landscape composed of historical and socrealist buildings neighbouring post-modern skyscrapers. The past is magnificently represented by the post-war reconstruction of the Old Town which has been completely destroyed in WWII. The Palace of Culture and Science, a long-standing symbol of communism, is an epitome of soc-realism style. Post-modern architectural landscape was shaped by such designers as Abraham Epstein, Norman Foster or Daniel Libeskind. Open & Hospitable Historically at the crossroads between the Western and Eastern Europe, Warsaw grew to become a platform for new dialogue that inspired changes and promoted better understanding between different cultures. This openness is what distinguishes Warsaw and creates City’s unique yet modern European style supported by high standard of services. Progressive Being a seat to many important scholarly institutions such as The Warsaw School of Economics, The Warsaw University or The Centre of Adam Smith, Warsaw offers an excellent capacity to influence the young generation of future business leaders. Furthermore, new business initiatives and investments together with a growing number of international fairs, conferences and meetings held each year confirms Warsaw’s claim as a business hub of Central and Eastern Europe as well as an interesting spot on the map of the global meetings industry. Inspiring Be inspired by Warsaw citizens’ commitment to rebuilt their city after WWII destructions. The reconstruction effort, unprecedented on a European scale, gained the appreciation of UNESCO that in 1980 included it on the World Cultural and Natural Heritage List. We invite you to come and admire the historical soul of the city. Thriving Warsaw is a perfect embodiment of changes that have taken place in Poland in the past 20 years. The huge business and population growth is constantly reshaping the city skyline. Add to that the vibrant night life with a musical scene responding to all tastes - from swanky clubs and pubs to more alternative places and you get a new fascinating destination to explore.

Patronage

Honorary Patronage
Bronisław Komorowski
The President of the Republic of Poland

Honorary Committee
Waldemar Pawlak
Deputy Prime Minister, The Minister of Economy

Krystyna Szumilas
The Minister of National Education

Barbara Kudrycka
The Minister of Science and Higher Education

Michał Boni
The Minister of Administration and Digitization

Radosław Sikorski
The Minister of Foreign Affairs

Adam Struzik
Marshal of the Mazovian Voivodship

Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz
Mayor of Warsaw

Michał Kleiber
President of the Polish Academy of Sciences

Maciej Żylicz
The President of the Foundation for Polish Science

Schedule

Time Description Location Attendees
18:00-22:00 RCD & CLI Registration Marriott Hotel 2nd Floor Symposia attendees
19:00-21:00 Volunteer Appreciation Reception Courtesy of IBM Marriott Hotel, Champions Restaurant By invitation
Monday May 14/05/2020

Time Description Location Attendees
6:00-10:00 Transportation from the Airport to Marriott & Sobieski Hotels Courtesy of University of Warsaw Warsaw Chopin Airport ICPC Guests
6:30-8:15 Breakfast Courtesy of University of Warsaw Marriott & Sobieski Hotels Included with room
7:30-8:00 Transportation to University of Warsaw - New RCDs Sobieski Hotel New RCDs/Speakers
7:45-8:00 Transportation to University of Warsaw - New RCDs Marriott Hotel New RCDs/Speakers
8:15-9:15 New RCDs Orientation University of Warsaw, Old Library 107 New RCDs
9:15-9:45 Transportation to RCD Symposia Sobieski Hotel Symposia attendees
9:30-9:45 Transportation to RCD Symposium Marriott Hotel Symposia attendees
10:00-16:30 RCD Symposia Lunch included University of Warsaw Old Library 110 Symposia attendees
16:30-17:00 Transportation to Marriott & Sobieski Hotels University of Warsaw Old Library Symposia attendees
16:30-17:30 Optional Walking tour of Old Town Hosted by University of Warsaw Old Town Symposia attendees
17:30-18:00 Transportation to Marriott & Sobieski Old Town Symposia attendees
18:00-22:00 IBM Welcome Marriott & Sobieski Hotels All Registered Participatnts
18:00-22:00 Team Registration By appointment Sobieski Hotel Team++
20:00-22:00 CLI Symposium Sobieski Wilanów I & II All Registered Participatnts
Tuesday May 15/05/2020

Time Description Location Attendees
6:30-8:00 Breakfast Courtesy of University of Warsaw Marriott & Sobieski Hotels Included with room
8:15-8:45 Transportation to University of Warsaw Last bus departs at 08:45 Marriott & Sobieski Hotels All with badges
9:30-16:00 IBM TechTrek, Excursion and Lunch 11:30-16:00 - Excursion to Copernicus Science Center University of Warsaw Auditorium Maximum All with badges
14:00-16:00 Transportation available to Marriott & Sobieski Hotels Last bus departs at 16:00 Copernicus Science Centre All with badges
17:00-17:30 Transportation to the Palace of Culture & Science Last bus departs at 17:30 Marriott & Sobieski Hotels All with badges
18:15-20:00 Opening Dinner Courtesy of Univerity of Warsaw Palace of Culture and Science All with badges
20:15-22:00 Opening Ceremony Hosted by Mayor of Warsaw and University of Warsaw Teams and coaches to wear ICPC t-shirts. Palace of Culture and Science Kongresowa Hall All with badges
22:15-23:00 Transportation to Marriott & Sobieski Hotels Palace of Culture and Science All with badges
Wednesday May 16/05/2020

Time Description Location Attendees
6:30-7:45 Breakfast Courtesy of University of Warsaw Marriott & Sobieski Hotels Included with room
8:00-8:30 Transportation to Faculty of Management Last bus departs at 08:30 Marriott & Sobieski Hotels All with badges
9:30-9:45 Spectators enter Faculty of Management All with badges
9:45-10:00 Contestants enter Contest Area with the primary on-site coach Faculty of Management Teams and On-Site Coach
10:00-11:30 2020 ACM-ICPC Contest Orientation Teams must leave notebooks at their workstations at the conclusion of orientation Teams wear ICPC t-shirts No food or drinks please Faculty of Management Teams and On-site Coaches
11:30-14:00 ICPC Challenge & Lunch Lunch courtesy of University of Warsaw Faculty of Management Tent All with badges
12:00-14:00 CLI Symposium Faculty of Management A207 All with badges
14:00-14:15 Spectators enter Faculty of Management Coaches and others
14:15-14:30 Contestants enter Contest Area Faculty of Management Teams
14:30-14:45 Answers to Questions Faculty of Management Teams
14:30-15:30 Transportation shuttle to the Marriott & Sobieski Hotels For spectators wishing to go back to the hotel during Dress Rehearsal Last bus departs at 15:30 Faculty of Management
14:30-16:30 2020 ACM-ICPC World Finals Dress Rehearsal Teams wear ICPC t-shirts No food or drinks please Faculty of Management Teams
16:30-17:00 Transportation to Warsaw University of Technology Last bus departs at 17:00 Faculty of Management All with badges
17:15-17:45 Transportation to the Warsaw University of Technology Sobieski Hotel All with badges
17:30-17:45 Transportation to the Warsaw University of Technology Marriott Hotel All with badges
18:00-20:00 UPE Dinner Courtesy of IBM Warsaw University of Technology All with badges
20:00-20:30 Transportation to Marriott & Sobieski Hotels Warsaw University of Technology All with badges
Thursday May 17/05/2020

Time Description Location Attendees
6:30-7:45 Breakfast Courtesy of University of Warsaw Marriott & Sobieski Hotels Included with room
8:00-8:30 Transportation to Faculty of Management Transportation to Faculty of Management Last bus departs at 08:30 All with badges
9:00-16:00 ICPC Live - Have fun and watch the World Finals Faculty of Management A222 ICPC guests and attendees
9:30-9:45 Spectators enter Faculty of Management ICPC guests and attendees
9:45-10:00 Contestants enter Contest Area Faculty of Management Teams
10:00-15:00 2020 ACM-ICPC World Finals Teams wear ICPC t-shirts Notebooks at team workstations Faculty of Management Teams
11:30-12:30 Executive Director meets coaches Faculty of Management A207 Coaches
12:30-14:00 Coaches Appreciation Luncheon Courtesy of University of Warsaw Faculty of Management Tent All with badges
15:00-16:00 2020 ACM ICPC World Finals Wrap-up Faculty of Management ICPC guests and attendees
16:00-16:30 Transportation to Marriott & Sobieski Hotels Faculty of Management All with badges
17:45-18:15 Transportation to University of Warsaw Last bus departs at 18:15 Marriott & Sobieski Hotels All with badges
19:00-20:30 2020 ACM-ICPC Awards Ceremony University of Warsaw New Library All with badges
20:30-23:30 2020 ACM-ICPC World Finals Celebration and Dinner Hosted by IBM Announced at conclusion of Awards Ceremony All with badges
22:00-0:00 Transportation Shuttles to Marriott & Sobieski Hotels Last bus departs at 24:00 Celebration All with badges
Friday May 18/05/2020

Time Description Location Attendees
5:00-14:00 Transportation from the Marriott & Sobieski Hotels to Warsaw Chopin Airport Marriott & Sobieski Hotels ICPC Guests
6:30-10:00 Breakfast Courtesy of University of Warsaw Marriott & Sobieski Hotels Included with room
10:00-12:00 Check-out from hotel Marriott & Sobieski Hotels All with badges

Hotels

RADISSON BLU SOBIESKI
The four-star Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel, famous for its individual style and excellent cuisine, is perfectly located for business travelers with convenient access to all relevant business districts. Only 1 km away from the famous Palace of Culture and Science, Main Railway Station and famous shopping mall Golden Terrace. The greatest Warsaw tourist attractions - the Old City and Lazienkowski park, the Warsaw Uprising Museum may be reached in barely ten minutes. The Hotel is known as the landmark of the city and a recognized element of Warsaw architecture.

All rooms and apartments are equipped with air conditioning, full noise protection, satellite television and radio channels, paid TV, direct telephone connections, triple security lock systems and hairdryers.

Additionally the Hotel has a floor designated for non-smokers and rooms adapted
to the requirements of handicapped people

Hotel Jan III Sobieski offers:
388 rooms and 47 apartments

Location beside the route to the Fryderyk Chopin International Airport

Internal hotel garden

Magnificent cuisine and excellent catering service

Restaurant, Coffee Bar and Bar

7 conference halls and 5 meeting rooms

Underground garage with 150 parking places

Fitness Club

Hairdressing salon and beauty salon

Distances
Railway station Warsaw Central – 1 km

Fryderyk Chopin International Airport – 7 km

Old City – 4 km

Park Łazienki Królewskie – 4 km

Warsaw Uprising Museum – 1 km

Fryderyk Chopin Museum – 3 km

Złote Tarasy Retail Centre– 1 km

Address:

02-025 Warszawa Plac Artura Zawiszy 1, Tel.: +48 22 579 10 00, Fax: +48 22 659 88 28, www.sobieski.com.pl

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HOTEL MARRIOTT
Hotel information

Marriott Warsaw is a luxurious 5-star hotel conveniently located only 5.1km (3.2mi) from the centre of Warsaw. Local tourist attractions such as Warsaw Centralna Station, ORCO Tower and Zlote Tarasy are not far from the hotel. Also easily within reach are Palace of Culture and Science, Palace of Science and Culture and City Centre Warsaw.

Accommodation

Room facilities include in-room safe and phone. Iron/ironing boards and a microwave as well as trouser press are supplied in the rooms. Other room amenities include minibar. Beds: Hotel guests will be able to request a rollaway bed and a crib/cot (infant beds). Bathroom amenities include hair dryer. Entertainment: In-room entertainment options at Marriott Warsaw include pay movies and satellite television service. Internet connection options: Business guests will appreciate dial-up Internet access. Housekeeping services are also available.

Facilities

Dining facilities at Marriott Warsaw include a restaurant. A rich, complimentary breakfast is served each morning. There is also room service available. A currency exchange facility is also available. Other hotel amenities include hair salon. Leisure amenities: There is a swimming pool at the hotel. Guests can also enjoy the following spa/wellness facilities: sauna. Other services: concierge, elevator/lift and roll-in shower. Business/Internet: Marriott Warsaw features a well-equipped business centre. The following Internet options are available at the hotel: high-speed wireless access is offered for a surcharge.

Contact

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Krakowskie Przedmieście 26/28, 00-927 Warsaw, Poland
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