The 2020 Mount Allison Programming Showdown (MAPS), A Great Success!

MAPS (Mount Allison Programming Showdown) is an open, online programming competition that takes place annually in late winter or early spring. MAPS is organized through Mount Allison University (MtA). MAPS features a full problem set with a wide range of difficulty levels and draws hundreds of teams from all over the world, with problems created by MtA faculty, students, and alumni.

MAPS 2020 was hosted this past weekend, March 28, 2020. A total of 495 teams registered from all over the world this year, with over 50 teams from eight Atlantic universities participating: Acadia, Dalhousie, Saint Mary’s, StFX, MtA, UNB-F, UNB-SJ, and UPEI.

Problem set: https://maps20.kattis.com/problems/

Scoreboard: https://maps20.kattis.com/standings/

Science Atlantic is proud to recognize MtA for hosting this large, international, competition. MAPS is open to all who wish to take part, and the almost 500 teams include some ambitious high school participants from around the world.

Congratulations to the organizing committee for putting on a successful event and providing this great opportunity to students!

Organizing Committee:
Liam Keliher
Finn Lidbetter
Micah Stairs
William Fiset

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2020 Annual Members Meeting

You’re invited! The 2020 Annual Members Meeting will be held virtually Friday, November 27, 2020 from 1pm to 2pm AST. 

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Please join us Nov. 27, 2020 at 3:30 pm AST for guest speaker Cynthia Sweeney, founder of Simply Good Form

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