Lille Kat


Social events around problem solving and programming at IT University of Copenhagen

Lille Kat ITU Teams Channel

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Lille Kat

Lille Kat events are held every two to three weeks on Friday afternoons at ITU and aimed at students from all study programmes who want to spend time solving problems, improving their programming skills, and hanging out with friends. Lille Kat is held in a friendly and relaxed environment for practicing collaborative problem solving; participants are encouraged to help each other and have fun.

The events aim to be fun and challenging for programmers of every skill level. Students who are just learning programming are particularly welcome. Each event will feature a selection of problems from the Kattis archive. The selected problems range in difficulty so all participants can solve at least one question.

There are free snacks and sodas at each event, and – depending on third-party funding – sometimes pizzas.

When and where?

Lille Kat takes place at the 2nd floor Atrium tables in the (main) RLV building of ITU. There is usually a snack station on one of these tables. Lille Kat takes place on various Fridays throughout the semester. A session typically lasts from 16:00 to 19:00; but you can show up or leave at any time.

Upcoming events

For Spring 2024, Lille Kat happens on the following Fridays through the Spring semester:

To keep yourself updated, join our Lille Kat channel on ITU’s Teams or follow our facebook site.

Past Lille Kat events


There are plenty of reasons to show up for Lille Kat, in particular if you are a newcomer:

Do I have to prepare?

No formal preparation is required, and you can show up at any time. However:

Where do I ask additional questions

Ask questions and join the conversation at the Lille Kat channel on ITU’s Teams.


The people behind Lille Kat are

The Friends of Lille Kat arrange many related events.