The Russians won the most gold medals of the European Olympiad in Informatics eJOI 2018

    The Innopolis University completed the European Olympiad in Informatics, in which 80 participants (under 15 years old) from 21 countries fought for the victory: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Hungary, Greece, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Finland, France, Croatia and Estonia.

    Russian olympiadniki took the most gold medals and took the first line in the team event. From each country were teams of 4 people. Russia, as the host country, won the right to include an additional informal team in the competition.

    Two days the participants solved 6 problems. The winners were those programmers who scored the most points for solving these problems. 7 school students from Russia, Bulgaria, Armenia and Romania received gold medals. The first three lines were taken by pupils of 8–9 classes from Moscow, Egor Lifar, Anton Sadovnichy and Semyon Savkin. The following 15 participants from Russia, Poland, Croatia, France, Serbia and Bulgaria won silver. 23 participants from Estonia, Poland, Croatia, France, Azerbaijan, Latvia, Russia, Bulgaria, Serbia, Hungary, Slovenia, Armenia, Belgium and Moldova will take home the bronze.


    eJOI (European Junior Olympiad in Informatics) is conducted according to the rules of the International Olympiad in Informatics. Participants take a trial and two main tours in which they solve problems in C ++ or Java. Invited teams from Council of Europe member states. The first time the Olympiad was held in 2017 in the capital of Bulgaria, Sofia. The Russians then won 3 gold and one silver medals, after which the organizing committee of the Olympiad and the leaders of the delegations of European countries supported the application of Innopolis University to host the EJOI 2018 in a Russian IT university.


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