• About Nicholas Adermann

    Nicholas is a 20 Year Old Journalism/Political science student currently in his third year of study. He is also the Assistant Editor of the UQ student magazine Semper Floreat. He enjoys all mediums of journalism, and he is excited to report about informatics considering that these competitors are the future minds of the world.

    The culmination of competition – Exam 2 photo gallery

    by  • July 10, 2013 • Nicholas Adermann, stories, Uncategorized • 1 Comment

    A photo gallery of the second exam session during the 2013 International Olympiad in Informatics competition held in Brisbane at the University of Queensland.   The setting inside the UQ Centre for the second exam session, which was held on 10th July, 2013.   The 315 contestants reading the set tasks for the second exam, which were titled ‘Cave’, ‘Robots’ and ‘Game’....

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    First practice session irons out any bugs – Photo Gallery

    by  • July 7, 2013 • Nicholas Adermann, reporters, stories, Timothy Yuen • 0 Comments

    A photo gallery from the first practise session on Sunday. The practise session gave competitors their first look at the UQ Centre at The University of Queensland, which is the venue for the competitive exams. The session allowed the competitors to practise tasks that will be similar to those on the competitions exams with...

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    Informatics education vital for global future

    by  • July 7, 2013 • Nicholas Adermann, reporters, stories • 0 Comments

    Queensland informatics experts say that Australians lack knowledge about the field of informatics, in spite of the impact the discipline has on most people’s daily lives. UQ Lecturer and keen informatics specialist Dr Dan Angus says informatics will be a livelihood of the generations to come. “This really is the 21st century economy that...

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