November 19–21, 2010
Wrocław, Poland


Friday, November 19, 2010
18:00–22:00 Contest registration desks are open at the Silfor Premium Europejski Hotel, at the Hotel Polonia and at the Campanile Hotel.
Saturday, November 20, 2010
9:00–13:00 Contest registration desk is open in the building of the Institute of Computer Science.
12:00–14:00 Lunch at the Institute of Computer Science
14:00–14:30 Opening ceremony in the Great Eastern Lecture Hall (no. 25) of the Institute of Computer Science
14:45–15:15 Equipment check-up
15:30–17:30 Trial session
18:00–21:00 Leisure time at the aquapark. Please take a bathing costume with you (swimming goggles, cap, towel, flip-flops).
Sunday, November 21, 2010
9:00–14:00 The contest
14:30–16:00 Problem set discussion (Great Eastern Lecture Hall, no. 25)
17:00–20:00 Award Ceremony and banquet (Wrocław City Hall)

Our secretary will be available at the registration desk on Saturday morning and will handle all matters concerning payments, invoices, attendance confirmations etc. If you plan to pay the registration fee on-site, we accept payments in zlotys only. Foreign currency can be exchanged in exchange offices (so called “Kantor”) or in banks. Withdrawing money from ATMs may be considered instead. A few banks and ATMs, and an exchange office open on weekends can be found in “Pasaż Grunwaldzki” at Grunwaldzki Square (Plac Grunwaldzki, Rondo Reagana).

Official average exchange rates of foreign currencies to zlotys (by Polish national bank) on November 17 were as follows:

100 HUF1,4216

Please note that while EUR is easily exchangeable and the commission is not very high (around 1-2,5 %), CZK is exchangeable (around 3% commission), other currencies are much less common, as a result the commission on HUF may be high (more than 5%) and for HRK very high (even more than 10%).

If you are going to exchange a larger amount of foreign currency, you may (and should) try to negotiate the price at the exchange office.

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