Silver medal at IOI 2018

At the 30th International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI), which was held from September 1st till September 8th 2018 in Tsukuba, Japan, the Macedonian high school students achieved yet another huge success. The Macedonian team at this world-wide prestigious competition for high school students in the area of programming won a silver and a bronze medal... (continues)


Medals at BOI 2018 and JBOI 2018

The Macedonian pupils year by year continue their sequence of successful participations at the international competitions in informatics. Our pupils recently achieved yet another success, by winning in total 1 silver and 4 bronze medals at the 26th Balkan Olympiad in Informatics (BOI 2018) and the 12th Junior Balkan Olympiad in Informatics (JBOI 2018), which took place as parallel events from July 7th till July 13th, in Timisoara, Romania... (continues)


Competitions in informatics 2018

The Computer Society of Macedonia will organize yet another cycle of competitions in informatics, in several areas. All the basic details about the competitions, the structure and the calendar, can be found on the Society's website. With regards to the programming competitions, similar to previous years, all the events will be conducted through the system MENDO... (continues)


Competitions in informatics 2017

The Computer Society of Macedonia, as in the past couple of years, organizes yet another cycle of competitions in informatics, in the field of computer programming. The programming is done in one of the following languages: Pascal, C and C++, which are standard for international competitions in informatics. All events which are part of this year's cycle in informatics (regional and national contests, as well as the national olympiad) will be conducted through the MENDO contest management system... (continues)


Two bronze medals at BOI 2016

The Macedonian high school students achieved yet another great result at the 24th Balkan Olympiad in Informatics (BOI), held from June 27th till July 2nd 2016, in Nicosia, Cyprus. The Macedonian team, consisting of Vladimir Maksimovski, Dimitar Bajraktarov, Filip Mihov and Marko Kjalasan, as contestants, as well as Emil Stankov and Marija Mihova from the Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering (FCSE) in Skopje, as team leaders, has won two bronze medals... (continues)