IT Student Challenge Europe

Hosted by:
REGISTER
Timeframe:
From 04/03/2019 to 20/04/2019
Time to complete:
Maximum 900 seconds
Number of questions:
21
Bonus available:
  • 50-50
  • Ask the challengers
  • Ask a friend
First prize:
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IT Student Challenge Europe
Description: 

The IT Student Challenge EUROPE is played online and open during 6 weeks. Registration is free and open during the entire duration of the Challenge. Participants must be over 18 years old and be residents of Europe or the United Kingdom to win the prizes but all the IT students worldwide are more than welcome on the challenge. 

At the end, there will be 2 leaderboards:

  • Global leaderboard
  • By countries

One registration per person is authorized. The participant can only compete in his own name and not for someone else. Personal information of the participant may be checked through different sources. Personal information must be accurate. Inaccurate or false information given by the participant will invalid the registration or entail the loss of the Prize.

Members of the jury & Generous Contributors of this challenge:

Emmanuel Adam
Jens Albrecht
Professor at TH Nuernberg
Taghrid Asfour-Block
Associate Professor at CPE-LYON
Sébastien Aupetit
Ingénieur d'études et développement Java EE at Apside TOP
Liz Bacon
Vice-Principal and Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) at Abertay University
Flavien Balbo
Full Professor in Computer Science, PhD, HDR at Ecole des Mines Saint Etienne
Fabricio Batista Narcizo
Postdoctoral Researcher at IT University of Copenhagen
David Bermbach
Assistant Professor at TU Berlin
Clara Bertolissi
Research Associate Professor at Aix-Marseille Université
Pierre Bettens
IT Teacher - Maitre-Assistant at ESI
Mehul Bhatt
Professor at Örebro University
Olivier Blazy
Maitre de Conférence at Université de Limoges
Marie-Luce Bourguet
Senior Lecturer in Computer Science at Queen Mary University of London
Agne Brilingaite
Associate Professor at Vilnius University
Emmanuel Bruno
Vice-président délégué au Numérique at Université de Toulon
William Buchanan
Marcin Budka
Professor of Data Science at Bournemouth University
Francesco Calimeri
Associate Professor at Universita Della Calabria
Philippe Canalda
Associate Professor at Université de Franche-Comté
Paolo Cazzaniga
Assistant Professor at University of Bergamo
Richard Chbeir
Full Professor in Computer Science at Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour (UPPA)
Dario Colazzo
Aurélien Colmant
Maître-assistant en Informatique de Gestion at HELHa
Sébastien Combéfis
Lecturer at ECAM
Maxime Cordy
Postdoctoral Researcher at UNamur
Kevin Curran
Professor in Cyber Security at Ulster University
Tasos Dagiuklas
Head of Computer Science at London South Bank University
James Davenport
Hebron & Medlock Professor of Information Technology at University of Bath
Nikos Deligiannis
Assistant Professor in Data Science at Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Benoit Depaire
Associate Professor at Hasselt University at UHasselt
Claude Duvallet
Maître de Conférences at Université du Havre
Stefan Edlich
Yannick Estève
Professeur, Directeur de l'Institut d'Informatique Claude Chappe at Université du Maine (Le Mans - Laval)
Dietmar Fey
Olivier Flauzac
François Fouss
Stéphane Frénot
Professor at INSA Lyon
Ignazio Gallo
Assistant Professor at Università dell'Insubria
Carmen Gervet
Amélie Gheerbrant
Maître de conférence (Lecturer) at Université Paris Diderot (Paris VII)
Kris Goczyla
Katarzyna Grygiel
Mahmoud Hashem Eiza
Lecturer in Computing at University of Central Lancashire
Nitasha Hasteer
Acting HoD, Department of IT at Amity University
Andreas Holzinger
Associate Professor at Graz University of Technology
Marianne Huchard
Hans Hüttel
Associate Professor at Aalborg University
Öykü Isik
Expert in Business Intelligence and Privacy, Professor of Information Systems Management at Vlerick
George Kakarontzas
Assistant Professor at T.E.I. of Thessaly
Suzanne Kieffer
Research Associate at Université Catholique de Louvain
Stefanos Kollias
Founding Professor of Machine Learning at University of Lincoln
Angeliki Kritikakou
Associate Professor at Université de Rennes 1 - ISTIC
Stephan Krusche
Postdoctoral Researcher at Technical University of Munich
Irene Kyza
Lecturer in Computational Mathematics at University of Dundee
Philippe Lacomme
Enseignant Chercheur at Université Clermont Auvergne
Jean-Christophe Le Lann
Researcher and lecturer at ENSTA Bretagne
Maurizio Lenzerini
Full Professor at University of Rome
Vincent Lepetit
Jean-Sébastien Lerat
Maître-Assistant at HEH / Haute Ecole en Hainaut
Olivier Lezoray
Erik Mannens
Prof. PhD. MEng. MSc. at Ghent University
Carlos Matos
Miguel Matos
Assistant Professor at Universidade de Lisboa
Vashek Matyas
Full Professor at Masaryk University
Anna Monreale
Assistant Professor at University of Pisa
Holger Morgenstern
Dean Faculty of Computer Science at Albstadt-Sigmaringen University
Bilel Moulahi
Research Engineer at Université de Montpellier
Haralambos Mouratidis
Professor of Software Systems Engineering at University of Brighton
Farid Naït-Abdesselam
Derrick Newton
Lecturer in Computer Science at Coventry University
Axel Ngonga
Full Professor of Data Science at University of Paderborn
Thanh-Diane Nguyen
Professor at Louvain School of Management
Charles Perez
Associate Professor & Co-head of chair Disruptive Digital Data at PSB Paris School of Business
Olivier Romain
Professor in Computer Science and Electronic at University of Cergy Pontoise
Sebastian Rudolph
Professor for Computational Logic at TU Dresden
Mercedes Ruiz Carreira
Associate Professor at University of Cádiz
Luka Rukonic
Computer Science Student at VUB
Françoise Sailhan
Professor Associate at CNAM
Virginie Sans
Maître de Conférences at Université de Rennes 1 - IUT de Lannion
Sigrid Schefer-Wenzl
Stefan Schlechtweg-Dorendorf
Professor at Hochschule Anhalt
Karim Sehaba
Harin Sellahewa
Head of Applied Computing Department at University of Buckingham
Gregory Seront
IT Professor at Institut Paul Lambin
Marc Sevaux
Thierry Severs
Chef de travaux at ISIB
Elena Simperl
Professor of Computer Science at University of Southampton
Jorge Sousa Pinto
Associate Professor at Universidade do Minho
Miroslaw Staron
Professor in Applied IT at University of Gothenburg
Eric Steegmans
Professor at KULeuven
Dalila Tamzalit
Associate Professor at Université de Nantes
Luca Tesei
Assistant Professor at University of Camerino
Roberto Theron
Sophie Tison
Panayiotis Tsaparas
Associate Professor at University of Ioannina
Filip Van Utterbeeck
Associate Professor at Royal Military Academy Belgium
Arne Vandenbussche
Head of Applied Computer studies course program at Vives
Vassil Vassilev
Lecturer & Researcher in Computer Science at London Metropolitan University
Manuel Vilares Ferro
Full Professor in Computer Science at University of Vigo
Tanja Vos
Marie-Noël Vroman
Chef de département, Technologie de l'Informatique at EPHEC
Hélène de Ribaupierre
Lecturer Computer Science and Informatics at Cardiff university
Terms and Conditions: 

Scores calculation and Jokers:

You will have 15 minutes to give the correct answer to 21 questions. The questions will be multiple-choice (never more than 4 choices maximum) with one good answers

  • A good answer gives you 1 point
  • A wrong answer results in a score of (-1)
  • When you skip a question, you win nor lose points.

The total score will be the cumulative score of all questions answered within the set timeframe of 15 minutes.

The contest allows the usage of three ‘jokers’:

  • The "50/50", forcing the on-line test to take out half of the possible answers to a question,
  • The "Ask the challengers", where the percentage of the other challengers choosing each answer is displayed to you and
  • The "Bonus question / Ask a friend", in which the challenger sends a bonus question (after the regular 15 minutes) to a friend during the 6-week Challenge, after which the friend provides input and the score is adapted accordingly.

Results, Data privacy & Information Sharing

After you complete the Challenge, you will see your result for the Challenge immediately, but not the answers. The details of your score and your ranking will be released in your userboard at the end of the Challenge so that the answers cannot be shared among players during the Challenge.

The Challenge runs on a secure platform managed by EDITx. The following personal data about the participants will be collected by EDITx: first name, last name, address, date of birth, email address, telephone number and Linkedin profile (if present). Personal data are used for the following purposes:

  • To monitor the correct competition process
  • To analyse and optimise EDITx
  • To set up the statboard & leaderboard at the end of the Challenge

EDITx Regulation and general conditions

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