News & Events
June 30, 2015
Traditional IOI Conference will be held during IOI2015. See conference agenda.
June 30, 2015
The ninth volume of the journal "Olympiads in Informatics" is published.
June 1, 2015
This season's fourth newsletter is published.
June 1, 2015
IOI2015 Competition Rules are published at IOI2015 website. Updated (June 19)!
April 10, 2015
This season's third newsletter is published.
January 13, 2015
Many participants of the IOI2013 and IOI2014 provided feedback through the online surveys.
Now you can find the survey results for IOI2013 and IOI2014.
There were additional questions, e.g. how to improve the IOI. The feedbacks to that questions were also studied, categorized and shared with the IC, ISC, the past and future host organizing and scientific committees.
January 3, 2015
This season's second newsletter is published. Contains important information about IOI Workshop.
December 22, 2014 The 9th IOI conference will be held concurrently with the 27th International Olympiad in Informatics, taking place in Almaty, July 26th - August 2nd, 2015. The conference focus is in research problems of the national and international informatics contests, and offers an opportunity to bring together the accumulated knowledge and experiences from a number of events on teaching algorithms and programming. Please submit your proposals (title and abstract) for papers before the end of January 2015 to prof. Valentina Dagiene (valentina.dagiene_at_mii.vu.lt). The full papers are to be submitted by 31st of March 2015. Like in the previous conferences, papers will be divided into two main groups: research papers(8-15 pages) and country reports(4-8 pages). Any additional information for the IOI community would be appreciated as well: like review of books, short presentation of national tasks, training curricula, etc. Papers from the previous IOI conferences can be found on IOI website: http://www.ioinformatics.org/oi_index.shtml. Accepted papers will be published in OLYMPIADS IN INFORMATICS journal. The journal is abstracted / indexed by CEEOL, EBSCO, and Scopus.
November 5, 2014
This season's first newsletter is published.
October 27, 2014
University of Waterloo in Canada offer scholarship to IOI and IMO medal winners starting university in the fall of 2015. (Full text of e-mail)
July 19. 2014
Statistics about IOI2014 now are available at IOI Statistics.
July 8, 2014
April 14, 2014
At the IOI statistics page there is already collected a lot of information about previous IOIs. However, also lot of information at the moment is missed like names of contestants without medals, names of team and deputy leaders, guests etc. There is also a possibility to add photos of IOI participants. Some names in the system may be incorrect (especially having diacritical signs and letters not presented in the English alphabet) - please correct them. At the moment the English-like names are allowed (diacritical letters derived from English alphabet are allowed like ā, ä, ł etc.). However there is also a possibility to add an alternate name, which can be in any language you like and this will be searchable in the future. So if you have this situation you can also submit latinized names as well as native ones. You can add all this information by yourselves - the interface for adding or editing information is simple enough - just try it out! However, if you have missed information in any other appropriate form (text file, MS Word document, MS Excel spreadsheet, etc.), just send it to us (the best destination would be Eduard Kalinicenko, firstname.lastname@example.org) and give some days for processing.
If you can fill any of the blanks in the whole IOI history picture, please, do it! At the moment at the country list there is a following colour code for the status of the information: red if no information has been verified as complete; yellow if only information about contestants is complete but leaders are missing or incomplete; and green if everything is OK. We would be glad if the responsible people for their countries will at least provide full information for their own country. It's only 26 years, so it's possible, but the further away we go, the harder it'll be to collect, so let's do it once and for all. In case if you have any questions or problems, do not hesitate to ask Eduard Kalinicenko (email@example.com) or Mārtiņš Opmanis (firstname.lastname@example.org, you can also meet me in present at IOI 2014.).