Asia-Pacific Informatics Olympiad
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.
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.
|Year||Date||Host Delegation||Other Information|
|2014||3-4 May 2014||Kazakhstan||Official site|
|2013||Saturday 11 May 2013||Singapore||Tasks and test data Results Official site|
|2012||Saturday 12 May 2012||Japan||Tasks and test data Results Official site|
|2011||Saturday 7 May 2011||Iran||Tasks and test data Results Official Site|
|2010||Saturday 8 May 2010||China||Tasks and test data Results Official site|
|2009||Saturday 9 May 2009||India||Tasks and test data Results Official site|
|2008||Saturday 10 May 2008||Thailand||Tasks and test data Results Official site|
|2007||Saturday 12 May 2007||Australia||Tasks and test data Results|
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.
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: