Registration on the ICPC website:

  1. Go to: the ICPC website
  2. Login (if you do not have an account, click Sign Up and create one)
  3. Make sure you select the current year (2022-2023) on the top-right
  4. On the left side, click on "Create team(s)"
  5. On the map, select "Europe Contests"
  6. Expand "The 2022 ICPC Southeastern Europe Regional Contest"
  7. Select the one of the two sites where you want to compete (Bucharest or Vinnytsia); look for the green puzzle pieces to easily identify the sites
  8. Fill in information regarding your team(s). Please note that, according to regional rules: "A representative of the sponsoring institution of higher education, typically a faculty member, must be designated and registered as the team coach. A team may only have one registered coach, and that coach cannot also be a contestant."

Romanian Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery
The SouthEastern European Regional Contest
of the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest

Dear Colleagues,

We have the pleasure to invite the team of your university this year at SEERC.
Please find here the information about the 2022-2023 SEERC.
The South-Eastern European Regional Contest data are:

Sites: Online
Period: 9-10 December 2022.
Contest : 10 December 2022.

URL of the Regional Web Site:
Regional Boundaries include the following countries: Albania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Moldova, Romania, Turkey, Lebanon, Israel, Macedonia, Cyprus, Ukraine, and Serbia

Regional Contest Director: prof.dr. Nicolae Tapus
Address: POLITEHNICA University of Bucharest,
Splaiul Independentei 313, Sector 6, postal code 060042
Bucharest, Romania
Phone: +(40-744)-523 364
Fax: +(40-21)-402 93 33

Registration must be complete by November 20th 2022, online on the ICPC website.

The winners will advance from regional contests held in six continents to the World Finals of The ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about the Contest.

Best regards,
Nicolae Tapus