AIPO 2013 Finalists

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The results from the AIPO 2013 prelimary round is now complete. These were problems that were taken from our first year computing undergraduate assignments so well done to everyone who attempted them.

We are pleased to announce the 20 finalists for this Saturday in DCU and for those who didn't make it though keep practising for next year!

AIPO 2013 Finalists:

2013 AIPO First Round Entry Problems Released

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We are pleased to announce the release of the first round entry programming problems for AIPO 2013.

Solutions are to be submitted through this website after registering an account and will be accepted up until February 16th 2013

Languages that are permitted are: C, C++, Java, Python and Perl.

Scholarships available at University of Waterloo, Canada for IOI Medal Winners

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Faculty of Mathematics at the Univeristy of Waterloo in Canada (faculty website - is pleased to announce the new Mike & Ophelia Lazaridis Olympiad Scholarship that is available to students who were medal winners at the IMO or IOI (either gold, silver or bronze).

This is a "full costs" scholarship that the Faculty of Mathematics is pleased to offer. This scholarship is open to all students (domestic and international) and all interested, eligible students are encouraged to apply. The application form is available online at: /funding-and-awards/entrance-scholarships The application deadline is February 11, 2013. The application form also applies to other Math Faculty Scholarships. Thus, if a qualified student is not successful with the Olympiad Scholarship they will automatically be considered for other scholarships.

The scholarship covers the following expenses for eight academic terms: full tuition, accommodations, a full meal plan, textbooks and also incidental fees. Eligible students need to apply to the Faculty of Mathematics and must meet the admissions requirements as well as the English language requirement (please visit: for more details). This will be an ongoing opportunity for qualified students for the next several years. In the first year the Faculty was very pleased to have 5 medal winners join our our Department.