Asia-Pacific Informatics Olympiad

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Last updated: 5 March 2014

The Asia-Pacific Informatics Olympiad (APIO) is an IOI-like competition for delegations within the South Asian / Western Pacific region. The contest is held online, with students competiting at contest sites within their own country or area.

Dates:

The Asia-Pacific Informatics Olympiad is usually held on a Saturday in early May. Dates and organisers for past and future years are listed below.

YearDateHost Delegation Other Information
20143-4 May 2014 Kazakhstan Official site
2013Saturday 11 May 2013 Singapore Tasks and test data   Results   Official site
2012Saturday 12 May 2012 Japan Tasks and test data   Results   Official site
2011Saturday 7 May 2011 Iran Tasks and test data   Results   Official Site
2010Saturday 8 May 2010 China Tasks and test data   Results   Official site
2009Saturday 9 May 2009 India Tasks and test data   Results   Official site
2008Saturday 10 May 2008 Thailand Tasks and test data   Results   Official site
2007Saturday 12 May 2007 Australia Tasks and test data   Results

How to Enter:

Each delegation registers its own competitors for the APIO. If you are a student wishing to compete, please contact your local informatics olympiad organisation. A list of some of these organisations is available here.

If you are a delegation leader, please contact the forthcoming host for further information. We also hold a face-to-face APIO leaders' meeting during every IOI.

Other Information:

For information on the format and structure of the Asia-Pacific Informatics Olympiad, the foundation document is available here in PDF format. This document is a summary of the meetings held at IOI 2006, at which the present structure of the APIO was agreed upon.

Some notes from past meetings are below: