The final results of the First VeRoLog Solver Challenge, sponsored by PTV, have been communicated by the jury during the closing ceremony of the Oslo Conference.
The final evaluation was conducted on two new large instances with three variants each and the score considered for each team was the average score obtained with four different runs of the code.
The winner team resulted which was awarded a diploma, a thropy and 1000 Euro
1st place: Team n. 1, KU Leuven, Belgium, leader J. Christiaens
The podium also included
2nd place: Team n.11, FCEyN, Un Buenos Aires, Argentina, leader J.J. Miranda Bront
3rd place: Team n.5, Helmut-Schmidt-University, Germany, leader M. J. Geiger
The remaining finalist teams are:
Team n.6, EMSE, France, leader D. Cattaruzza
Team n.20, UValenciennes, France, leader R. Todosijevic
Team n.13, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia, leader V. Muhović
Team n.2, Univ. of Maryland, USA, leader O. Lum
Team n.22, BUPT, China, leader M. Tao
Team n.12, RANDOM, Univeristy of Twente, The Netherlands, leader R. van Urk
Team n.25, Warwick Business School, U.K., leader V. Deineko
All instances and best solution found by the finalists teams will be soon made available through the VeRoLog Website and from the forthcoming VRP-REP repository (more info at https://www.facebook.com/vrp.repository)
Congratualtions to all teams that made possible this exciting competition, and thanks to PTV and the personnel who did a tremendous work for the instance construction and testing !
The VSC2014 jury (W. Heid, G. Hasle and D. Vigo)