Results SOI-Finals 2009

The SOI-Finals are over. The four contest-days together accumulated to 20 hours of coding. Each day of the finals consisted of a five-hour contest with three tasks at 100 points per task.

Ranking SOI-Finals 2009

The final ranking is:

Rank Participant Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Total (max. 1200)
1. Adrian Roos 285 300 60 250 895
2. Simon Laube 300 185 90 295 870
3. Beat Küng* 300 245 100 220 865
4. Daniel Graf 300 235 130 195 860
5. Florian Scheidegger 300 210 140 145 795
6. Isaac Deutsch 220 130 100 300 750
7. Timon Gehr 300 145 160 140 745
8. Christian Zommerfelds 295 230 30 160 715
9. Samuel Grütter* * 290 - 120 175 585
10. Dominik Böhi 210 110 130 125 575
11. Josef Ziegler 300 120 0 140 560
12. Titus Cieslewski 200 100 20 165 485
13. Carlo Alain Beltrame 125 120 0 140 385

* does not fulfil the age-regulations of IOI
* * could not attend the second contest-day

Swiss IOI-Team 2009

Our Team for the International Olympiad in Informatics 2009 in Bulgaria will consist of:

  1. Adrian Roos
  2. Simon Laube
  3. Daniel Graf
  4. Florian Scheidegger

Swiss CEOI-Team 2009

We are also going to send a team to the Central European Olympiad in Informatics 2009, which takes place in Romania. The contestants are going to be:

  1. Simon Laube
  2. Daniel Graf
  3. Timon Gehr
  4. Samuel Grütter

Rangverkündigung SOI - Finals

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Am Samstag, den 16. Mai 2009 werden in Zürich die 13 besten Teilnehmer der Schweizer Informatik-Olympiade mit Medaillen ausgezeichnet. Die vier Goldmedaillengewinner werden die Schweiz an der Internationalen Informatik-Olympiade in Bulgarien vertreten.

Results Second Round

The results of the second Round of SOI 2009 are now available here.

Davoscamp - what really happened

Day 1 - Monday

As we arrived in Davos a sunburst welcomed us. After the brilliant lunch some enjoyed the slopes of Davos and the others acclimatised to the Alpine school and its rules.

From 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. we had the first practical contest. The quite concrete tasks (hold a mobile in balance, extricate bowls from a big bag, analyse a shuffled playlist and connect groups of cities) led to tricky informatical puzzles.

Daniel Graf, Simon Laube

Day 2 - Tuesday

The second day began with a theoretical warmup test by Richard Kralovic.

Results of the first Round

The results of both the theoretical and practical track are now online. We also noted the number of points of the first 10 ranks of both tracks. If a contestant wanted to know his score and is not under the first ten ranks or if he wanted some feedback on his code (submissions to 1P), he could write an email to: sandro@soi.ch

Results 1P

Results 1T

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