Final Call for the AIPO 2015

All<br />
                                  Ireland Programming Olympiad (AIPO)

Dublin City University

DCU School<br />
                                  of Computing

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  • Do you know gifted secondary school students who can write code?
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  • If so, why not challenge them to enter the All-Ireland Programming Olympiad?

http://aipo.computing.dcu.ie/programming-problems

 

High Spec laptops up for grabs for Junior (<15yrs) and Senior programmers (>=15yrs) at the National Finals in DCU Saturday 21st February.

Closing Date: 18th February

Top Seniors will be invited to a special 3-day training camp in DCU to prepare them to represent Ireland at the prestigious International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI) in July 2015.

AIPO Committee

Emailaipo@computing.dcu.ie

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Sponsored by:

Fidelity<br />
                                  Investments Ireland

 

AIPO 2015 Schedule

IOI 2015 Logo

We are pleased to announce the schedule for the 2015 AIPO competition. The Preliminary online round will be available from Monday the 5th January 2015 until midnight on Wednesday 18th February 2015. Successful competitors from the preliminary round will be invited along to the Junior and Senior National Finals, here in DCU on Saturday 21st February.

The top 8 senior students from the National Finals will be invited to a 3 day IOI Training Camp here in DCU where the best 4 students will be selected to represent Ireland at the 2015 IOI in Almaty, Kazakhstan. So in summary:

  • 5th Jan - Release of Preliminary Round Questions online
  • 18th Feb - Closing date of Preliminary Round Submissions
  • 21st Feb - AIPO Jnr & Snr Finals @ DCU
  • 22nd - 24th Jun - AIPO-IOI Training Camp in DCU
  • 26th Jul - 2nd Aug - IOI 2015 in Almaty, Kazakhstan

ex-AIPO students top Irish team at the UK/Ireland Intercollegiate Programming Competition

UKIEPC-2014-WinnersFirst year CPSSD students, Conor and Darragh Griffin stormed to victory at this year's UK/Ireland Intercollegiate Programming Competition held in the School of Computing, DCU on Saturday. The twins finished first out of 10 other Undergraduate teams around the country and placed a very respectful 15th out of all 70 UK and Irish University teams. This is the first time DCU has been the Irish host site for the competition and great to get home success in it's first year of hosting.