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Informatic Logical Programming Competition 2010
Monday, 15 February 2010 09:10
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On 5-6 February 2010 at Ubaya Faculty of Engineering building, Ubaya Informatics Engineering Department Faculty of Engineering organized Informatics Logical Programming Competition (ILPC) 2010 for senior high school students. ILPC intends to deepen high school students’ knowledge about programming.

Above: Organizing committee explained competition rules to participants, Below: Participants from Senior High School nationwide
Above: Organizing committee explained competition rules to participants,
Below: Participants from Senior High School nationwide

What pleases the organizing committee is the number of participants for this year event increases compared to the previous year. “The number of participants for this year event is twice than last year. It means, this event is attractive to participants,” said Henry Djaja Ge as Head of ILPC 2010. This Informatics Engineering Department student explained that the event is a good means to introduce IT to high school students. “That’s why my organizing committee consists of students from IT, Information Systems and Multimedia study program,” he added.

ILPC is divided into 2 rounds, with the qualification round began via online on 28-29 January 2010. The material is varied from logical game and also programming. This qualification round qualifies 30 teams to semifinal round from the total participants of 64 teams. Each team consists of two or three teams and every school is eligible to send as many teams as the school wants.

Semifinal round is designed very attractive through rally competition. On this round, participants are tested through speed and accuracy in programming reasoning. Then, 15 teams qualified for final round. On final round, all finalists are asked to solve questions in 90 minutes.

As the ILPC 2010 final result, SMAN 4 Denpasar won the first and second position. Meanwhile, SMAK Frateran Surabaya won third position. Sragen Bilingual Boarding School (SBBS), SMAK Saint Louis 1 Surabaya, and SBBS won fourth till sixth position respectively. All participants hope ILPC 2011 will be more attractive than ILPC 2010. “Must be more attractive than this year,” shouted SMAN 5 Denpasar team.

citated from www.ubaya.ac.id