28th International Olympiad in Informatics

Friday, August 12 - Friday, August 19, 2016

10th IOI Conference Agenda


August 14, 2016

09.00-09.30    Valentina Dagiene. Opening. 10 years of IOI conference.

09.30-10.00  Eduards Kalinincenko, Martins Opmanis. Collecting, Processing and Maintaining IOI Statistics

10.00-10.15  Inggriani Liem. Reshaping Indonesian Students Training for IOI

10.15-10.30  Adam Karczmarz, Jakub Łacki, Adam Polak, Jakub Radoszewski, and Jakub O. Wojtaszczyk. Distributed Tasks: Introducing Distributed Computing to Programming Competition

10.30-11.00  Samuel Grutter, Daniel Graf, Benjamin Schmid. Watch them Fight! Creativity Task Tournaments of the Swiss Olympiad in Informatics

11.00-11.30  Coffee break

11.30-12.00  William Di Luigi, Gabriele Farina, Luigi Laura, Umberto Nanni, Marco Temperini and Luca Versari. oii-web: an Interactive Online Programming Contest Training System

12.00-12.15  Willem van der Vegt. Bridging the Gap Between Bebras and Olympiad; Experiences from the Netherlands

12.15-12.30  Joan Alemany Flos, Jacobo Vilella Vilahur. eSeeCode: Creating a Computer Language from Teaching Experiences

12.30-12.45  Jonathan Irvin Gunawan. Understanding Unsolvable Problem

12.45-13.00  Robinson Castro, Nico Lehmann, Jorge Pérez and Bernardo Subercaseaux. Wavelet Trees for Competitive Programming

13.00-13.15  Altangerel Khuder, Danzan Tsedevsuren. The Informatics Olympiad in Mongolia: Training Resources for non-English Speaking Students

13.15-13.30  Vahram DUMANYAN, Armen ANDREASYAN. Armenia: IOI Participation and National Olympiads in Informatics

13.30-14.00    Discussion on IOI journal future. Editorial board.

 

August 16, 2016

9.30-9.40

Valentina Dagiene, Marina Tsvetkova. Idea for a special issue

9.40-10.00

Taurskiy D. (Russia). About KFU

10.00-10.10

Masyagin S.  (Russia). Innopolis - IT area

10.10-10.25

Sulimova N.. (Russia)  Innopolis Lyceum in the IT city

10.25-10.40

Nugumanova L., Samerkhanov T. (Russia). The “School-University” innovative model of IT education

10.40-11.00

Excursion to the IT Lyceum

11.00-11.30

Coffee break

11.30-11.50

Kiryukhin V. (Russia). Olympiads in informatics: part of a global educational area

11.50-12.10

Tsvetkova M. (Russia). School Informatics now and in the future

12.10-12.30

Pozdniakov S. (Russia). Kirinovich I.(Belarus). “Bebras” Informatics competition in Russia and Belarus

12.30-12.50

SkupieneJ. (Lithuania) Baltic Olympiad experience

12.50-13.10

Kelevedjiev E.(Bulgaria). Jovanov M. Macedonia. Youth programming contests in the Balkans

13.10-13.45

Hadiev R., Khasyanov A. (Russia). Preparing for Olympiads in Informatics in the Republic of Tatarstan, Russia. Experience from Kazan Federal University.

13.45-14.00

 

Handing-out of certificate. Close of conference

 

 

The official conference language is English.

On the second day of the conference simultaneous interpretation will be provided.

 

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