Saturday, 31 March 2012

Berlin Worlds list of registrations

We are publishing this raw list of registrations (up to about 11 p.m.) so that institutions can see when their data was received and make sure their information is correct.

As contact person named in the registration, you should have received an email from our Participant Affairs Officers John and Dessislava with a modified version of this list. If you think you should have received that email but did not, please check your spam folder. If we seem to have received an incorrect email address, please contact Dessislava.

Please note: this list does not represent an allocation of slots. Due to doubles and rules regarding country representation, for instance, it is not guaranteed that the first x teams registered will be on the final list. The final result will be up shortly after registration closes on April 7th.

Berlin Worlds registration

The registration form was accessible embedded in this post during phase 1 of the registration process from March 31st to April 7th 2012. For details on the registration process, please visit our website.

Berlin Worlds registration opens in 60 minutes

Phase 1 of the registration process for the WUDC Berlin 2013 starts at 3 p.m. Berlin time (GMT+2), which is in exactly 60 minutes. It ends seven days later.

Please fill in the form (see preview in previous post) and submit. If successful, Google will let you know that your response has been recorded.

Just like this post, the upcoming post including the registration form is scheduled by this weblog provider.

For the time being, here is a video from De La Salle Worlds 2012 to get you into WUDC mood:

Saturday, 24 March 2012

Berlin Worlds registration form preview

This is a screenshot of the registration form to be posted on March 31st 2012 at 3 p.m. Berlin time (GMT+2) on this blog. The form ist hosted by Google. If you know that you have trouble accessing Google forms, please contact us.

What does "n" mean?
Each institution may register between one and three teams. Each institution must bring and is guaranteed at least n-1 adjudicators. Teams may also choose to register as many adjudicators as teams (n). By registering three teams and n adjudicators you are registering three adjudicators; by registering two teams and n adjudicators you are registering two adjudicators, etc. While we cannot guarantee more than n-1 spots for institutional adjudicators, we think it is probable that institutions who wish to bring more than n-1 adjudicators will be able to do so. If you wish to register more than n adjudicators, please contact us.

When will the results be up?
We will issue a preliminary confirmation of the reception of registration data on the evening of March 31st. Results of the allocation of teams will be made public after 3 p.m. on April 3rd and updated continuously until the close of registration at 3 p.m. on April 7th. Final results of the allocation of teams and institutional adjudicators will be made public after the close of registration.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email Participant Affairs Officer Dessislava Kirova.

Berlin Worlds registration opens in 601,200 seconds

Phase 1 of the registration process for the WUDC Berlin 2013 starts on March 31st 2012 at 3 p.m. Berlin time (GMT+2), which is in exactly seven days minus one hour due to the beginning of daylight saving time tomorrow, on this blog.

Please familiarize yourself with the WUDC eligibility requirements (see previous post) before you register. You may find detailed information about the mode of slot allocation on our website.

During the next days we are going to post a preview of the registration form on this blog.

The registration for independent adjudicators opens after phase 2 of the institutional registration process. A call for applications will be up in due time.

For the time being...