IT Student Challenge Germany 2023

The IT Student of the Year Challenge Germany is an online competition designed to inspire creative and dynamic computer science Students & young Professionals located in Germany.

The challenge is played online and open for a period of 10 weeks. Registration is free and open during the entire duration of the Challenge.

The participants have 15 minutes to give the correct answer(s) to 20 questions. The questions are multiple-choice with one correct answer.  

Follow the steps to participate:

  1. Sign up on Sign in on your profile
  2. Choose to participate in one or several partner challenges – you can participate in more than one quiz, but we will take the results of your first participation when issuing prizes.

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  1. Take a deep breath & click Start

Editx will announce the ranking at the end of the Round. The 10 best participants of each categories will be displayed on the leaderboard.

 

 

 

Ambassadors / Jury members

Jochen
Huber
Professor of Computer Science @ Furtwangen University
Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Alexander
Schiendorfer
Bayern, Germany
Christian
Drumm
Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
Malte
Behrmann
Professor @ bbw Hochschule
Berlin, Germany
Jeronimo
Castrillon
Professor @ TU Dresden
Sachsen, Germany
Ghassan
Karame
Professor of Computer Science @ Ruhr University Bochum
Hessen, Germany
Heiko
Hamann
Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Tatyana
Ivanovska
Professor @ OTH Amberg-Weiden
Bayern, Germany
Seyed
Eghbal Ghobadi
Professor of Computer Vision and Machine Learning @ Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen
Hessen, Germany
Nils
Jansen
Associate Professor @ Radboud University
Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
Swati
Chandna
Professor - Data Science @ SRH Hochschule Heidelberg
Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Thomas
Kopinski
Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
Elif
Bilge Kavun
Assistant Professor @ Universität Passau
Bayern, Germany
Anna
Gomes
Postdoctoral Researcher @ Universität Rostock
Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany
Mladen
Berekovic
Niedersachsen, Germany
Peter
Thiemann
Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Helena
Liebelt
Professor of Computer Science @ Deggendorf Institute of Technology
Bayern, Germany
Martin Alexander
Neumann
Audit Manager for IT security @ Deutsche Bundesbank
Hessen, Germany
Marian
Benner-Wickner
Professor für Technische Informatik @ IU Internationale Hochschule
Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
Jiejun
Hu
Assistant professor in Computer Science @ Lancaster University Leipzig
Berlin, Germany
Michael
Huber
professor apl. Mathematics & Computer Science @ Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Stefan
Klingelhoefer
Dekan Fachbereiche Informatik und Wirtschaftsinformatik/ Wirtschaftswissenschaften @ Provadis Hochschule
Hessen, Germany
Maria
Matheou
Junior Professor @ University of Stuttgart
Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Holger
Morgenstern
Dean Faculty of Computer Science @ HS Albsig
Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Axel
Schmolitzky
Hamburg, Germany
Stefan
Schlechtweg
Professor @ Hochschule Anhalt
Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany

Rules of the challenge

After completing the Challenge, you will see your result immediately, but you will not be given the correct answer(s). At the end of the Challenge, the details of your score will be released privately to you so that you can understand your mistakes.

Data privacy & information sharing

The Challenge runs on a secure platform managed by EDITx. EDITx will collect the following personal data of the participants: first name, last name, date of birth, email, mobile and school/University. Personal data is used for the following purposes:

  • To monitor the correct competition process
  • To analyse and optimise EDITx
  • To set up the stat board & leaderboard at the end of the Challenge

Editx will use the contact details of the participants for the following purposes: 

  • To deliver the prizes to the best participants
  • To share the results of the challenge

EDITx Regulation and general conditions

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