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  1. 1. The Computer Science Students Association in Iași and the Faculty Of Computer Science Iași The F11 National Informatics Competitionunder the aegis ofThe A. I. Cuza University of IașiCarol I Bd., No.11, Postal Code 700506, Iași | www.uaic.roorganized byThe Computer Science Students Association in IașiBerthelot Str., No. 16, Cp. C, Room 123, UAIC, Iași | www.asii.roandThe Faculty of Computer Science of IașiBerthelot Str., No. 16, Cp. C, UAIC, Iași | www.infoiasi.roin partnership withThe Schools Inpectorate of IașiNicolae Bălcescu Str., No. 26, Postal Code 700117, Iași | www.isjiasi.ro F11 COMPETITION Press F11 to Compete contact Codrin Dițu (+40) 741 213 495 codrin.ditu@asii.ro Vlad Manea (+40) 770 154 394 vlad.manea@info.uaic.ro 1
  2. 2. The Computer Science Students Association in Iași and the Faculty Of Computer Science Iași The F11 National Informatics CompetitionContentsStatement page 3Currently there is no Faculty of Computer Science in Romania to organize a long-standing competition.The A. I. Cuza University hosted the Balkan Olympiad in Informatics in 2003. The experience within thecompetition will encourage the participants’ involvement in future competitions.Description page 3The project expects the participants to make the most of their abilities (and to develop skills), throughthis competition: algorithmic and analytical, artistic and aestethic thinking, design and implementation, aswell as the presentation of one’s own work in front of specialized audience.Beneficiaries page 3The main beneficiaries include, but are not limited to, college and high school students in Romania.Sponsors have the opportunity to promote their identity among the participants through specializedmaterial. The partners, also called Platinum, are the most involved sponsors.General and specific objectives page 3The general objective is involving the college and high school students in extracurricular activities,through a project or an algorithmic solution, in order to develop their personal and professional abilities.Six specific objectives are listed.Teams page 4In order to have flexibility within the participant teams, the encoding of the years of study is proposed.The teams will have a sum of each member’s encodings, depending on their year of study.Scientific Committee page 4The persons invited to preside over the competition are named.They may also be members of the Scientific Committee.Prizes page 5The uniqueness of the prizes is ensured and the honours and the percentages out of the whole amountavalaible can be determined from the start.Special prizes may be determined by common consent.Sections page 5The 3 sections are: Web Technologies, Algorithmics, Computer Art.The maximum encoding sum allowed for a team in each section is established.Materials page 5The materials for the qualification and for the final round are listed.Schedule page 5The competition develops in stages which follow specific objectives.The stages can also be viewed in a Gantt diagram.About the Computer Science Students Association in Iași page 7The Computer Science Students Association in Iași is a non-governmental, non-political and non-profitorganization, whose goal is to defend the interests of students of the Faculty of Computer Science Iaşi.About the Faculty of Computer Science Iași page 9Our faculty is the first faculty in Computer Science of a non-technical university in Romania. Many of ourallumni are spread out in countries all over the world. 2
  3. 3. The Computer Science Students Association in Iași and the Faculty Of Computer Science Iași The F11 National Informatics CompetitionStatementCurrently there is no Faculty of Computer Science in Romania to organize a long-standingcompetition that would address all college and high school students in an open format. The importantcompetitions contain problems addressed especially to high school students, some of them containing onlyone section addressed to college students.The Al. I. Cuza University hosted the Balkan Olympiad in Informatics in 2003, which brought togetherpupils from Cyprus, Moldova, Romania, Turkey, Bulgaria, Greece, Macedonia, Serbia and Montenegro. TheFaculty of Computer Science, the first specialized one in the country, contributed to the event’s success. Inthis favourable context, a national competition organized by the FII is well-timed.The experience within the competition will encourage the participants’ involvement in futurecompetitions, in international competitions where they would promote their subsequent achievements.Furthermore, the competition will constitute a gateway to the companies in the industry.DescriptionThe project expects the participants to make the most of their abilities (and to develop skills), through thiscompetition: algorithmic and analytical, artistic and aestethic thinking, design and implementation, as well asdelivering a presentation of one’s own work in front of specialized audience.The problemd and the solutions are suggested and revised by a Committee consisting of representatives ofprestigious companies in the industry and high school and college professors. The competition includes:• Introductory lectures held by university professors, especially for the high school students.• Training sessions held by representatives of the partner companies, especially for the college students.• Recreational and personal development activities.BeneficiariesThe main beneficiaries include, but are not limited to, college and high school students in Romania.A natural extension of these is to invite participants from the Republic of Moldavia.Sponsors have the opportunity to promote their identity among the participants through specialized material,in exchange for sums of money, products or correspondent services. Among these may also be mediasponsors, who have the opportunity to promote their identity among the participants through specializedmaterial, in exchange for media services.The partners, also called Platinum, are the most involved sponsors. They have the opportunity to promotetheir identity, products and offers among the participants through trainings offered to both college and highschool students. Furthermore, they can recruit preselected participants. They are reprezented by onemember in the competition’s Comittee.In Fig. 5 the partners’ and sponsors’ benefits are specified. 3
  4. 4. The Computer Science Students Association in Iași and the Faculty Of Computer Science Iași The F11 National Informatics CompetitionGeneral ObjectiveThe general objective is to involve college and high school students in extracurricular activities, through aproject or an algorithmic solution, in order to develop their personal and professional abilities. They will berewarded with:• Prizes, scholarships and internships in companies.• Advantages at admission and assessment at certain courses of The Faculty of Computer Science.Specific ObjectivesO1 Determining the final list of partners, sponsors, teachers and collaborators, until the 1st of February. stO2 Accomplishing the regulations, tasks and themes for the courses and trainings, until the 1 of March .O3 Promoting the competition in at least 5 universitary centers, 5 preuniversitary centers, 5 associations, 2 social websites, 3 blogs and 2 traffic websites, during the entire competition, in 3 steps: teasing, live- streaming press conference, viral campaign.O4 Publishing and maintaining a Website throughout the competition, in 3 stages: count-down to the press conference, presentation of the competition, complete information (including problems, registration and submission forms).O5 Registration of 60 participants for the final round. Registration of 5 minimum teams for each competition section. th thO6 Organizing the competition days (27 - 30 of May) and an online qualification round, if there will be more than 10 teams in one of the sections. Promoting the identity and offers of the partners during the trainings. Promoting the sponsors through promotional products.The result of the SWOT analysis can be consulted in Fig.1.TeamsTo ensure flexibility within the participant teams, we proposed the following encoding of the years of study:• Each team has at least 2 participants enrolled in a high school or faculty for the 2010-2011 school years. th th• Each participant is encoded by the year of study he belongs to (the 13 grade is treated as the 12 grade). th th st thFor instance, a team consisting of a 12 grader, a 13 grader, a 1 year college student and a 4 yearcollege student has the sum equal to 11+12+13+16 = 52. This code serves as a selection criterion in case ofequal scores between two teams. If the number of participants in one section exceeds 15, an onlinequalification round can be organized.Scientific ComitteeThe persons invited to prezide the contest and who can also be members of the Scientific Comittee are:S. C. Buraga G. Grigoraș H. LuchianAssociate Professor, Ph.D. Professor, Ph.D. Professor, Ph.D.Scientific Committee coordinator Faculty of Computer Science dean A. I. Cuza University pro-rector 4
  5. 5. The Computer Science Students Association in Iași and the Faculty Of Computer Science Iași The F11 National Informatics Competition Prizes The act of sorting the participant teams for the prize award is decided, in this specific order, by: • The final round result (decreasinlgy), followed by the qualification round result (decreasingly). • The encoding sum of the team (increasingly), followed by the age of the youngest participant (increasingly). In this way, the uniqueness of the prizes is ensured and the percentages of the total amount available can be determined from the start. In agreement with our partners, special prizes can be awarded, even after the assessment, but not later than the awarding ceremony. These prizes are not calculated at 100% of the available amount of money. First Prize Second Prize Third Prize Mention Mention 45% of the total 25% of the total 15% of the total 10% of the total 5% of the total Sections We are proposing 3 sections.Web Technologies Algorithms and Programming Digital ArtIt consists in 3 months to develop In the first round, lasted 3 months, In consists in 3 stages of a montha website available on desktop, weekly will be proposed problems. each one to realize somemobile or mixed and an on-site The obtained scores will be thematical works, followed by anpresentation of the final project: 15 aggregated. exposition where every team hasminutes for speech and 5 minutes the right to a showcase on afor questions. The presentation is The second round consists in an computer.followed by a Fast Development on-site test with 4-8 problems (1-2test. easy, 2-4 medium, 1-2 advanced). At the qualifications, the evaluation is made by onlineThe evaluation on both tests The problems will be proposed voting, by teachers and partners.(qualification and final) is made by from the schedule for the 9th-11thteachers and partners. A guide grades. To the final stage, it is consideredexample can be found in Figure 2. the secret vote, teachers and The evaluation will be partners. The secret vote has the automatically and the official components online voting and solutions, results, tests and direct voting. The direct one is evaluation programs will be public accomplished by signature. It willl after the end of each round. The also take place a Fast Creativity format of a problem can be found test. in Figure 3. Materials For the press conference, we already have a spacious room with the posibility of video streaming, C309 romm from the Computer-Science Faculty. We need funds for: protocol, invitations and promotional maps. The promotional materials include, but not only: t-shirts, cups, pens with the Computer-Science National Contest F11 Competition, ASII and Computer-Science Faculty. Schedule The contest is developing in stages that are following the specific objectives. The stages can be viewed in the Gantt diagram in Figure 4. 5
  6. 6. The Computer Science Students Association in Iași and the Faculty Of Computer Science Iași The F11 National Informatics Competition1. Establishing the final list of partners, sponsors, teachers and staff by the end of January 2011. Establish partnerships with companies, teachers, and staff people. Establish the material resources available by funding or partnership. Establish the possibilities of accommodation and meals for participants in the contest. It is considering a partnership with the company of public transport for travel permits to participants.2. Full realization of the regulation, topics, themes and training course by the end of February 2011. Establish the regulation for the participants.Elaborate the contest themes by partners, teachers and staff.3. Promoting the competition throughout the contest. The contest is promoted in minimum 5 university centers, minimum 5 pre-university center, minimum 2 social Web sites, minimum 3 blogs, minimum 2 web-sites. Design the logo, posters, flyers, and other promotional materials. Contacting the media partners and promoting the contest by the medium of them. Contacting the student associations and the university centers.Contacting the partners in order to collaborate:  Bloggers – gather their addreses and realize the partnerships  Web Sites – gather useful websites and realize the partnerships  Facebook – creating a Facebook page  Twitter – creating a Twitter page  Associations – contacting the external issues responsibles from the Associations(ex:UNSR,AIESEC)  Universities – contactong yhe unniversities, possible through associations  Scholl units – contacting the schools, possible through associations The promotion will have 3 stages:  Teasing – the promotional materials and the countdown, period 24 January – 4 February  Press conference with live streaming – it is announcing the begin of the contest, in 4 February  Viral – it is announcing the subjects and allow the teams to register, after 4 February4. Publishing a website that contains informations about the contest throughout the contest. Launch the website. This will have 3 stages:  The countdown – coincide with the teasing stage of the promotion, period January 24 – February 4  Partial informations – coincide with the period after the conference, period February 4 – February 28  Complete informations – coincide with the viral period, after 28 February5. Establishing the final lists after a possible stage of qualification on or around May 20. It organizes a selection stage for the teams, where appropriate. It consists in publishing the scale and the results after the qualification stage, if it exists.6. Efficient organization of the contest days in the period 27 May 2011 – 30 May 2011. It is promoting the identity, the products and the offers of the partners by trainings and promotional materials. The participants are completing in a form the events they want to attend, in order to efficiently 6
  7. 7. The Computer Science Students Association in Iași and the Faculty Of Computer Science Iași The F11 National Informatics Competition utilize (and reallocate) the amphitheaters and laboratories, for the introductory courses and training sessions. All days of the final round are scheduled to permit breakfast, lunch, and dinner time. First Day, 27 May 2011  The arrival of the participants – accomodation, promoting the promotional materials  Iasi trip or the activity – in interest points in the city  The Opening ceremony – in an amphitheater, possiblly in the University Second Day, 28 May 2011  Fast Development test at Web Technologies – 4 hours – in two laboratories  Fast Insight test at Algorithms – 4 hours – in two laboratories, possibly in high-schools  Fast Creativity test at Computer Art – 4 hours – in two laboratories, possibly in high-schools  The presentation at Web Technologies – in an amphitheater with a projector  The exposition at Computer Art – in two laboratories Third Day, 29 May 2011  Courses attending – in a Faculty amphitheater  Training presentation – in four Faculty laboratories  The evaluation of the tests – in two lecture rooms in the Faculty  The award ceremony – in an amphitheater, possibly at the University  The departure of the participants – realising the accomodation places About the Computer Science Students Association in Iași (ASII) ASII is a non-governmental organization, apolitical and non-profit whose purpose is to defend the dignity, the rights and the socio-professional interests of the students from Computer Science Faculty of Iasi. Established in March 1990, ASII is the oldest student association in the A. I. Cuza Unversity Iasi, and it has as first objective the consolidation of the relations with the academic society, facilitate the international exchanges of people and informations, facilitate the access of it’s members at various scientific, cultural and sport exhibitions, promoting the spiritedness among the students and young people in generally. Also ASII has always searched collaborations with other association and similar foundations, with central and local state government and with educational institutions, to develop activities necessary fulfilling the main purpose of the organisation. ASII is also founder member in COSTIS (the Consortium of Students and Young Organisation from Iasi), consortium where they belong the most of the organization from Iasi. Along an accademic year, ASII’s activity is periodical, the events secceding year after year, as we are aiming at a higher level each time. Here it is our main organisational agenda: Projects in the academic year 2009-2010Chrstmas from a Student Heart6 November 2009 → 22 December 2009The beneficiary of the project this year is the Center of Resources for Children and Youth „Don Bosco” fromIasi, found under the guardianship of „Caritas Diecezan Center Iasi”. On 18 December 2009, at 19:00, at theStudent House of Cuture, it held the 6-th edition of „Christmas from a Student Heart”, in the Gaudeamus halland it included an artistic program (carols sang by children from „Don Bosco” center, folk recital, and concertof the band Byron) and an auction.Indoor Olympics10 December 2009 → 15 December 2009Indoor Olympics is an ASII project that encourages the participation of the Computer-Science students insports and social activities. In this way, it were organized four indoor sport probes(Pool, Bowling, Chess,Table Tennis), and during two weeks, the faculty stidents had the possibility to list at the wanted probe 7
  8. 8. The Computer Science Students Association in Iași and the Faculty Of Computer Science Iași The F11 National Informatics CompetitionInternational Conference of Intelligent Processing and Computational Linguistics21 March 2010 → 30 March 2010Cicling is an international conference that helds every year in another country. It is the 11th edition, wasorganized, for the first time, in Romania, and the chosen location was Iasi, Computer-Science Faculty. ASIIhas been actively involved in proper development of this event, beeing present in each day of the conferenceby our volunteers.Digiphoto4 Mai 2010 → 31 Mai 2010This year it held the sixth edition of Digiphoto. Digiphoto is an ASII project that adresses to all the digitalphotography passionates. A total number of 1380 photographies were uploaded in this period by the contestparticipants, on digiphoto website.For this Digiphoto edition from this year it were proposed 4 themes:Courage, Connections, Parallelism and Simetry and Digital Manipulation: Checkmate.Algoritmiada7 May 2010 → 9 May 2010Algoritmiada is a national programming contest, adressed to the students and also to the high-schoolstudents. At this year edition, ASII was co-organizing with the association Infoarena, the event developing inIasi. Providing the rooms where the contest to be held and also the computers on which the participantsworked, ASII checked another project in this year.Outdoor Olympics22 May 2010 → 23 May 2010Outdoor Olympics is addressing to the students and teachers from the Compuet-Science Faculty of Iasi. Theedition from this year of the Outdoor Olympics implied the development of 3 sports: 50m Sprint, Street-Balland Football. The purpose of this project is to implie the students in sport contest and to create a contactbetween them and the faculty’s teachers.FII Competition30 Mai 2010FII Competition is a programming contest addressed in 2010 to the high-school students. Having to resolve aset of problems proposed by faculty’s teachers, the high-school students had 2 hours to resolve theproblems, their responses beeing sent by email. The great award of the contest was full scholarship during asemester. All the winners received Adobe materials.ASII NewspaperMonthly appearancesASII Newspaper is an ASII monthly project, that follows to inform the students regarding the news from thecoputer-science domain, presentation of the faculty’s teachers( every edition of the newspaper includes aninterview with a teacher from our faculty) and also the presentation of the association activities.Freshman Ball22 Noiembrie 2010The day marked in the calendar with the 22 number on the 11th page of the 2010 year strikes from themorning to all those implied in Freshman Ball, organized this year in Moulin Rouge style, as calling: Today isthe big day. Give all yout best! It seems that this thing encouraged all of them because on Monday, 22November, the show prepared by the freshmen and artists, made this year Ball a success.Christmas from a Student Heart11 December 2010In this year ASII decided to help raising the living standards for a family of a a little girl from the primaryschool. Family financial situation is very worrying in the case. ASII decided that all financial funds obtainedfrom donations, sponsorships and auctions, and all products obtained to be delivered to this family. 8
  9. 9. The Computer Science Students Association in Iași and the Faculty Of Computer Science Iași The F11 National Informatics CompetitionAbout Iași Computer Science FacultyQuality and valourMany of our students are scattered among countries from all around the world, working for importantsoftware engineering companies (Adobe, Amazon, Continental, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Motorola, Siemensetc.) or doing their PhD in universities and research institutes.DistinctionOur faculty is the first computer science faculty of a non-technical profile university in Romania. We offer astrong informatics basis and at the same time we offer a wide variety of informatics modules updated to thehighest level of technology. Optional modules offer our students the possibility to specialise toward theirdesired way.OverviewOur faculty offers 3-year undergraduate studies. We also feature five master’s degree programmes:  Distributed Computing  Software Engineering  Computational Optimisation  Computational Linguistics  Information SecurityFor all studies programmes, the academic year is divided into two semesters. For obtaining the graduation ininformatics diploma, the students must attend a public examination and present the graduation thesis.Graduation and post graduations sessions are programmed in June every year.ContactFaculty of Computer Science,” A. I. Cuza” UniversityAddress: General Berthelot, 16, IAŞI 700483, ROMANIATelephone: +40 232 201090Fax: +40 232 201490E-mail: secretariat@info.uaic.ro 9
  10. 10. The Computer Science Students Association in Iași and the Faculty Of Computer Science Iași The F11 National Informatics CompetitionSWOT AnalysisSWOT analysis result can be found in Fig. 1 Strengths Weaknesses  Involving prestigious companies in a nation-  Many work tasks can be gathered in a short wide contest time (January 1st 2011- February 1st 2011),  Openly addressing the students and pupils which might make the realisation of this of Romania project quite difficult.  Familiarization of pupils with the university  The fact that we depend on professors when environment (through the aid of introductory it comes to organising matters and the courses) and of students with the working scientific content of the contest as well medium. (through trainings and internship  Dependency on partners, as far as opportunities) organising /sponsorship goes  On-site testing of the participants’ practical abilities (See Fast Development trial) and their improving  Involving the public opinion in participants’ evaluating process (See the computer Art voting) Opportunities Threats  Extending the contest to nearby locations,  Lack of participants such as Moldova  Lack of sponsorship ( implicitly material  Promoting competitions between resources) universities or high-schools  Late realisation of the website and of  Creating partnerships between FII and promoting certain companies  Incomplete statutes and test subjects  Binding the academic medium with the work environment and vice-versa Fig. 1: SWOT Analysis 10
  11. 11. The Computer Science Students Association in Iași and the Faculty Of Computer Science Iași The F11 National Informatics CompetitionParticipant’s guideA sample of a participant’s guide for the Web Technologies presentation can be found in Fig. 2.Contest procedureYou will present what you have worked on in the order settled after a random draw. You will have 15 minutesfor the actual presentation. In the next 5 minutes, members of the commission may ask you questions.Evaluation CriteriaUsability and accessibility (40 points)- Ease of use: - ensure that the transmitted message is not harden by useless graphical elements!- Content management: - provide the access to information by taking into accont levels of importance!- Correct visualization and fast loading (with regard to the used technologies): - ensure the project is visible and loads in as much environments as possible! - ensure the access to your application on many devices (desktop, mobile)!- Adaptation of functionalities to the level of competence of the target users:- Support degree for people with disabilities: - have a look at WAIContent (40 points)- Relevance and attractiveness of content. Utility, correctness, coherence, clarity and brevity of information.Development (80 points)- Usefulness of modern techniques and technologies in programming and documenting your application: - model your application by modules and implement it by using object oriented languages! - use SOA – Service Oriented Architecture, make use of design patterns! - document your code and avoid spaghetti and hard codings! - integrate your application with current social networks or even dive into Web 3.0. Do not forget feeds!- Adaptation of your application to actual demands of architecture and scalability - data storage, cloud, XML, data structures and algorithmsFunctionalities and utility (80 points)- Utility of your application - does it solve problems?- Number and complexity of functionalities provided by your application- Quality, originality and conformance to the project theme- Usage of content management and acquisition systemsLooks (60 points)- Unity, composition, relevance and attractiveness of design for the declared objective: - do not distract the user from information by a faulty design! - find a good equilibrium between aesthetics and functionality!Presentation (20 points)- Ideas structuring: - think of a structured speech that can be enclosed in the 15 given minutes! - underline the strong points of the developed application!- Used language and overall impactFast development (80 points) Fig. 2: Paricipant’s guide for Web Tehnologies trial example 11
  12. 12. The Computer Science Students Association in Iași and the Faculty Of Computer Science Iași The F11 National Informatics CompetitionAlgorithmic problemFig. 3 is an example of how the algorithmic problem should work.ZogOn Zog, where His Excellency, Plenipotentiary Ambassador TF comes from, there are only two positiveintegers. In order to enrich his universe, he wants to know their sum.RequirementIt was decided that His Excellency, Plenipotentiary Ambassador TF and the Earthlings will communicate viaan automatically translator, which answers the question: What is the sum of the numbers A and B?Input dataYour program will read from the first line of the file zog.in two positive integers A and B separated by space.Output dataYour program will write the sum of the two numbers read on the first line of file zog.out. The number isfollowed by line break character.Specification  0 ≤ A, B ≤ 105 Example zog.in zog.out 34 7 Fig. 3: Problem format for the Algorithmics trial 12
  13. 13. The Computer Science Students Association in Iași and the Faculty Of Computer Science Iași The F11 National Informatics CompetitionGantt chartThe table in Fig. 4 contains the Gantt chart corresponding to the progress of the competition.Stage Start End DEC 2010 JAN 2011 FEB 2011 MAR 2011 APR 2011 MAY 2011 date date 12/2010 1/2011 2/2011 3/2011 4/2011 5/2011Establishing partners,sponsors, teachers and 3/1/2010 31/1/2011 ██████████contributorsMaking the regulations,sections, topics and themes of 3/1/2011 31/2/2011 ███████████████████the course and trainingPromoting the competition5 College centres,5 associations, ██████████████████████████████████████████5 Pre-college centres, 24/1/2011 31/5/20112 social networks,3 blogs2 web sitesPublish the competition’ s 24/1/2011 31/5/2011 ██████████████████████████████████████████WebsiteSelecting the finalists 19/5/2011 21/5/2011 █Progress of the competition’strials within the 4 days of 27/5/2011 30/5/2011 █competing Fig. 4: The Gantt chart showing the progress of the competition 13
  14. 14. The Computer Science Students Association in Iași and the Faculty Of Computer Science Iași The F11 National Informatics CompetitionSponsorship GridThe table in Fig. 5 displays the sponsorships proposals for the competition.The logo refers to the mark, name, or both, the choice of sponsor.Facility Amount Platinum Gold Silver BronzeLogo in Platinum area (home •/– • – – –page of the F11’s website)Logo on F11& ASII websites •/– • • • •Logo on diploma •/– • – – –Logo on T-shirts •/– • – – –A4 sheets in the project’s nr/– 10 6 4 2portfolioAdvertisements Title Partner Gold Sponsor Silver Sponsor Bronze SponsorLogo in Platinum area •/– • – – –(poster)Logo on poster •/– • • • –Logo on promotional •/– • – – –materialFacebook Page Name •/– • • • –Twitter Page Name •/– • – – –Video Opening ceremony min/– 3 2 2 at the ceremony, at will 1 at the ceremony, at willVideo Award ceremony min/– 3 2Proposing topics nr/– 1 – – –Hold training nr/– 1 – – –Internship proposal nr/– 3 1 – –People in committee nr/– 1 – – –People in the jury nr/– 1 – – –Sponsorship (money, goods, € 1000 300 200 100services) Fig. 5: Indicative sponsorship grid for F11 Competition 14

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