OW2 Programming Contest 2011

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*OW2 Programming Contest 2010*

~Award Ceremony: October 13-14, 2011~

~University of Science and Technology, Beijing, China~

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1.1.1  ~Download the *{sponsorship prospectus|http://www.ow2.org/xwiki/bin/download/Events/ProgrammingContest2010/SponsorInfoProgContest10%2Dct.pdf}*~

1.1.1  ~Download the *{promotion brochure|OW2ProgrammingContest2010v2.pdf}*~

1.1 Latest news

Contestant registration deadline is extended to 30 June 2010.

April 18, 2010: (closed) Deadline for projects to submit topics to the contest (see the [Topics page>Topics] for proposed topics).

April 8, 2010: [contestant registration>Registration] is now open.

March 2010: Launch of the 2010 Programming Contest (see http://www.ow2.org/view/Events/ProgrammingContest2010).

1.1 Introduction

Once again in 2011, OW2 and [Scilab>http://www.scilab.org] are organizing a [joint open source programming contest>http://www.scilab.org.cn]. 

This year, the event will be part of the [OW2 Open Source Week>Events.BeijingOpenSourceWeek].

Please use the {OW2 Programming Contest brochure|2009OW2Contesten.pdf} to promote the Programming Contest around you and register [here>http://www.ow2.org/view/Events2009ProgrammingContestProposals/]!

The Contest ceremony will be held in October 13-14 at the [University of Science and Technology Beijing (USTB)>http://en.ustb.edu.cn/], in Beijing, China.


1.1 Competition Purposes

The purpose of the competition is to develop awareness for the OW2 code base among students and technicians, and to provide an opportunity for contestants to demonstrate their talent in computer programming. What's more, the contest aims at promoting teamwork and the ability of college students in science and technology to study and use OW2 open source projects. Based on principles of "freedom, sharing and creativity", and aiming at improving international communication and cooperation, the competition is overseen by IT professionals and academics from Europe and China.

1.1 Rules of Contest

1.1.1 Eligibility

Academic staff and students of university and research institute, engineers of industrial and business organizations, and all other professionals.

1.1.1 Registration

Participants should select a topic among the list of topics provided for the OW2 contest (under construction). Once they have selected a topic, they should go to the Registration page for registration instructions.

1.1.1 Technical requirements

  1. Participants can select a topic in the list provided on the OW2 Contest webpage. 
  2. After registration, participants are encouraged to get in touch with the topic contact, and exchange information on the corresponding project mailing list.
  3. The software will be developed using the [Trustie collaborative infrastructure>http://www.trustie.net]. It should include appropriate documentation for installing and running the software, as well as examples and tests. The language for code comments and documentation should be English. 

1.1.1 Award Selection

The Award Selection process includes three stages:

  1. Shortlist of entries by an Expert Team.
  2. Peer-evaluation on the Internet, and.
  3. Final selection by French and Chinese Scientists.

In the first stage, works will be shortlisted from all the received submissions. Peer-evaluation on the
    Internet will be made by all contestants. Finally, the selection team will decide on the
    awards to be given, taking into consideration the results of the first and second stages.

1.1.1 Prizes

  1. *First prize*: one award will be given (RMB 10 000). 
  2. *Second prize*: up to FIVE awards will be given. (Each Award: RMB 2 000).
  3. *Third prize*: up to TEN awards will be given. (Each Award: RMB 500).

1.1 Programme committee
Florent Benoit: Bull

Olivier Beyler: Orange Labs

Gaël Blondelle: TC Chairman

Stephan Brunessaux: EADS

Cédric Carbone: Talend

Denis Caromel: INRIA

Jacques Cayuela: Bull

Sébastien Chassande-Barrioz: RaisePartner

Charly Clairmon: Altic

Pascal Dechamboux: Orange

Philippe Delrieux: Ubikis

Bruno Dillenseger: Orange Labs

Didier Donsez: IMAG

Christophe Dousson: Orange Labs

Pierre Dubois: Requea

Marc Dutoo: OpenWide

Clément Escoffier: akquinet

François Exertier: Bull

Andre Freyssinet: ScalAgent DT

Guillaume Gens

Pierre-Yves Gibello: Petals Link

Patrick Giroux: EADS

Andrea Gioia: Engineering

Tugdual Grall: eXo

Christophe Gravier: Institut Télécom

Laurent Guérin: Sogeti

Michaël Hirt: Talend

Jeremi Joslin: eXo

Han Jun: BUAA

Michael Kleinhenz: Tarent

Laurent Laudinet: Thales

Goulven Le Jeune: Bull

Matthieu Leclercq: ST Microelectronics

Alexandre Lefebvre: CTO

Jning Liu: CVIC

Adrien Louis: Petals Link

Stefano Maffuli: Funambol

Antonio Majori: Engineering

Julie Marguerite: Thales

Rafael Marins: Neociclo

Pascal Marquat: Ubikis

Vincent Massol: xWiki

Antoine Mensch: Odonata

Philippe Merle: INRIA

Mike Moody: Jaspersoft

Patrick Moreau: INRIA

Christophe Ney: Wanager

Benoît Pelletier: Bull

Emmanuel Rias: Bull

Stephane Ribas: INRIA

Américo Sampaio: Unifor

Guillaume Sauthier: Bull

Stefano Scamuzzo: Engineering

Lionel Seinturier: INRIA

Dianxi Shi: NUDT

Ye Shiyang: ISCAS

Charles Souillard: BonitaSoft

Jean-Bernard Stefani: INRIA

Hailong Sun: BUAA

Petr Tuma: Charles University

Miguel Valdes: BonitaSoft

Julien Viet: eXo

Wei Wang: ISCAS

Gang Yin: NUDT

Yongwang Zhao: BUAA

Bin Zhou: NUDT

Minghui Zhou: PKU


1.1 Deadlines

  • (extended) Deadline for topics submission: *April 2, 2011*
  • Deadline of registration: *June 15, 2011*
  • Deadline for code submission: *September 10, 2011*
  • Award conference at University of Science and Technology Beijing: *October 13-14, 2011*