Romania score high at the Central European Olympiad in Informatics, too, four won medal

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Romania’s Informatics Olympic Team won four medals – one gold and three silver – at the 29th edition of the Central European Olympiad in Informatics (CEOI), held over July 24-30 in Varazdin, Croatia.

Alexandru Luchianov (International High School of Informatics in Bucharest) won the gold medal and the first place in the competition with 540 points, while Luca Perju-Verzotti (“Tudor Vianu” National College of Informatics in Bucharest), Andrei Robert Ion (International High School of Informatics in Bucharest) and Alexandru-Radu Todoran (“Aurel Vlaicu” Theoretical High School in Orastie, Hunedoara County) received silver medals.

The Romanian team, coordinated and accompanied by teacher Dan-Narcis Pracsiu (“Emil Racovita” National College in Vaslui – Team Leader) and Ioan-Bogdan Iordache (student at the University of Bucharest, former Olympiad winner – Deputy Leader), ranked first in the team ranking (by aggregating individual scores).

52 contestants from 12 countries participated in this year’s contest.

The first edition of the Central European Olympiad in Informatics took place in Romania, in 1994, in Cluj-Napoca, at Romania’s initiative.

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