CEOI 2017
24th Central European Olympiad in Informatics
July 10th-15th
Ljubljana, Slovenia

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17. July 2017

Problem statements, test data, solutions and solution descriptions have been uploaded to the Tasks page.

CEOI 2017 was mentioned in a post from the Ministry of education Romunia.

14. July 2017 - The second competition day and award ceremony

Final results are available here.

An article about the CEOI 2017 was posted on the official webpage of the Ministry of public administration Slovenia. The article is available here.

CEOI 2017 was in the news on RTV SLO and POP TV. You can see the videos here and here.

13. July 2017

Newsletter 4 is up!

Information booklet in PDF can be downloaded here.

12. July 2017 - The first competition day

Results of the first competition day are available here.

Newsletter 3 is up!

11. July 2017

Newsletter 2 is up!

10. July 2017

Newsletter 1 is up!

An article about CEOI 2017 was published in the newspaper Delo. You can read the online article here.

30. June 2017

We have finished the online warmup competition without incidents or complaints. You can view the result of the warmup session here.

28. June 2017

Detailed schedule has been published. Click here to view it.

23. May 2017

Competition rules have been published. Click here to download them.

General information

The Central European Olympiad in Informatics (CEOI) is an annual informatics competition for secondary school students. Each of the participating central European countries sends a team of up to four contestants, a team leader and a deputy team leader.

Delegations from the Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Romania, and Slovakia are invited as regular participants.

The contestants compete individually, i.e. a team score is not calculated. Competitors are selected through national computing contests.

The contest consists of two days of computer programming, solving problems of an algorithmic nature. The rules and regulations of the contest resemble the rules and regulations of the International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI), which served as a role model for the invention of the more local CEOI.

The first CEOI was held in 1994 (Romania, founder of the CEOI), five years after the first IOI.


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