• IOI conference 2013 – photo gallery

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    Photos from this year’s International Olympiad in Informatics Conference

    Dr Valentina Dagiene introduces the guest speakers at the IOI conference.

    Dr Valentina Dagiene introduces the guest speakers at the IOI conference.

    Mr Martin Marse of Charles University starts the event with his presentation on batch execution

    Mr Martin Marse of Charles University starts the event with his presentation on batch execution.

    Dr Steven Halim answers questions about his presentation on the Singapore teams training.

    Dr Steven Halim answers questions about his presentation on the Singapore teams training.

    Mr Sebastien Combéfis talks about IPLIDS an education tool

    Mr Sebastien Combéfis talks about IPLIDS an education tool.

    IPLIDS trains students to solve basic problems to develop their informatics skills

    IPLIDS trains students to solve basic problems to develop their informatics skills

    The man with no last name, Mr Simon analyses the Olympiads journals.

    The man with no last name, Mr Simon analyses the Olympiads journals.

    Visitors attend the IOI conference.

    Visitors attending this year’s IOI conference.

    Simon reveals his master scheme

    Simon reveals his master scheme.

    Mr Sebastien Combéfis watches the other presenters intently

    Mr Sebastien Combéfis watches the other presenters intently.

    Martins Opmanis gives a lecture on Latvian Olympiads

    Martins Opmanis gives a lecture on Latvian Olympiads.

    Dr Ries Kock talks about Dutch education and scoring

    Dr Ries Kock talks about Dutch education and scoring.

    Speakers receive presentation certificates

    Speakers receive presentation certificates.

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    Rose Maksoud is a third year journalism/arts student at the University of Queensland. Her major in arts is musicology with a keen interest in ethnic music and anthropology. Her hope is to write and create documentaries about music and culture in Europe and South Africa.

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