It is the first time for Indonesia to open our IOI selection contest to (selected) international participants. We call it TOKI Open 2014. TOKI stands for Tim Olimpiade Komputer Indonesia, or Indonesian Computing Olympiad Team in English. We received very good responses in term of number of participants and the enthusiasm, despite the limited amount of time for preparation and publication.
Objectives of us opening this contest include, but not limited to:
- Foster friendship between Indonesia and other IOI participating countries.
- Test Indonesia's scientific committee capability in setting IOI-level problems.
- Test Indonesia's technical committee capability in hosting IOI-level contests.
There were in total 124 contestants registered: 40 going to this year IOI, 50 not determined yet whether going or not to this year IOI, 18 no longer eligible for IOI, 16 perhaps going to later IOI. And among those, 1 champion achieved perfect score (600), congrats to contestant registered as Mohammad Ishraq Huda from Australia. Congratulations!
We hope to conduct TOKI Open again next year, with broader audience. If you have any inquiries, please contact email@example.com.
Feel free to discuss anything!