The Benelux Algorithm Programming Contest (BAPC) is a contest in which teams from leading universities in Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg are served a series of algorithmic problems/puzzles. The goal of each team is to solve the most puzzles as possible within the set time limit. Solutions need to be programmed out on a computer and can be submitted to a semi-automated judging system, after which the solution is checked.
The teams that have solved the most puzzles at the end of the contest qualify for the Northwestern European Regional Contest (NWERC). In this regional competition the teams can qualify themselves for a ticket to the International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC), also known as the World Finals.
- BAPC 2021 hosted by the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
- BAPC 2020 hosted by the Delft University of Technology (online edition)
- BAPC 2019 hosted by the Radboud University Nijmegen
- BAPC 2018 hosted by the Université catholique de Louvain
- BAPC 2017 hosted by the University of Amsterdam
- BAPC 2016 hosted by the Delft University of Technology
- BAPC 2015 hosted by the Leiden University
- BAPC 2014 hosted by the Eindhoven University of Technology
- BAPC 2013 hosted by the Utrecht University
- BAPC 2012 hosted by the Utrecht University
- BAPC 2011 hosted by the Eindhoven University of Technology
- BAPC 2010 hosted by the Leiden University