ACM VIS Committee

What we do

The goal of the ACM VIS committee is to train the students of ETH Zurich for national and international programming competitions. In particular, we organize the Local Contest for the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC), and finance the participation of VIS members in the Helvetic Coding Contest (HC2).

The ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest

The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) hosts a worldwide programming contest for Universities every year. The contest consists of three layers: A Local Contest, a Regional Contest and the World Finals. The Local Contests, which take place separately at each participating University, determine the team that may represent the respective University.

The ACM VIS committee organizes the participation in the ACM ICPC with support of the Computer Science Department.

If you are interested, there exists a mailing list on which information about the contests and the trainings are shared. In order to get on the mailing list please check the webinterface.

Further information can be found on: http://soi.inf.ethz.ch/~acm/wp/.

The Helvetic Coding Contest

The Helvetic Coding Contest is a yearly programming contest organized by the student association PolyProg and held at EPFL in Lausanne. This contest welcomes all students studying in Switzerland, from Bachelor to PhD.

Further information can be found on: http://hc2.ch.

Who we are

Jan

Jan Hązła

PhD student in Complexity and Algorithms.

Kieran

Kieran Nirkko

BSc student in Computer Science.

Sandro

Sandro Feuz

MSc student in Computer Science.

Akaki

Akaki Mamageishvili

PhD student in Algorithms, Data Structures and Applications.

Monika

Monika Steinová

Post-Doc Researcher in Complexity Theory.

Robert

Robert R. Enderlein

PhD student in Cryptography.

Vladimir

Vladimir Serbinenko

MSc student in Mathematics.

Stephan

Stephan Kollmann

MSc in Computer Science, Research Assistant in (Music) Audio Processing.

Jan Doerrie

Jan Dörrie

MSc student in Theoretical Computer Science.

Daniel

Daniel Graf

PhD student in Algorithms, Data Structures and Applications.

Diana Birenbaum

Diana Birenbaum

MSc in Computer Science, Information Systems track.

If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact acm (at) vis.ethz.ch.

Please send important Mails to: spam@vis.ethz.ch