The international competition “Ventspils IT Challenge 2023” has been announced and the preparation of the tasks for Round 1 is underway. The organisers are also offering participants a great opportunity to meet the challenge creators online and ask questions. The events will take place separately for each group, from 16 to 19 October.
Meeting the organisers and the challenge designers will not only be useful for first-time participants who want to find out more about the competition. For those participants who are already familiar with the tasks, this is a great opportunity to ask any unclear questions. The organisers recommend that you look at the relevant task before the event to get the most useful information at the meeting.
The events are open to the whole team and to representatives of teams. Events do not require advance registration and will take place on the Microsoft Teams platform. All you need to do is: open the login link on the day of the event.
Event dates and login links:
- Group A
- Group B
- Group C
- Date: Wednesday, 18 October, 18.00
- Login link: www.adre.se/cgroup2023.
- Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/867502321138513
- Group D
For more information about the competition, please visit the competition website: www.ventspilsitc.com, and follow us on Instagram @ventspilsitchallenge and Facebook @ventspilsitc. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact: [email protected].
The “Ventspils IT Challenge” technology competition is supported by Ventspils State City Municipality. The competition is organised by the Ventspils Digital Centre in collaboration with trusted partners and information supporters: Science Centre “VIZIUM”, Ventspils University College, Ventspils State City Council Education Department, Association “Langas į ateitį” (Lithuania), educational organisation “MTÜ Nuti-Võlur” (Estonia), JSC “Latvijas valsts meži”, SIA “Tet”, Elektrum Energy Efficiency Centre, SIA “Deposit Packaging Operator”, SIA “Ubiquiti Latvia”, Latvian Information and Communication Technology Association (LIKTA), Ministry of Education and Science, State Education Development Agency, eTwinning network and the Faculty of Pedagogy, Psychology and Arts of the University of Latvia.