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IOI 2017 Philippine Team

  • Franz Louis Cesista
    Franz Louis Cesista has placed in various local science and programming competitions. In his spare time, he works on side projects in machine learning.
  • Robin Christopher Yu
    Robin Christopher Yu is a two-time bronze medalist at the IOI and a gold medalist at the recently-concluded 20th Singapore NOI.
  • Kim Bryann Tuico
    Kim Bryann Tuico placed in programming contests like UP's Java Cup and Singapore NOI. After graduating, he plans to pursue a career in computer science.
  • Farrell Eldrian Wu
    Farrell Eldrian Wu has joined various math and programming contests. He is the first Filipino to get gold in the International Mathematics Olympiad (IMO).


  • Two Filipino students bag bronze in Indonesian programming competition
    NOI.PH Finalists joined the Tim Olimpiade Komputer Indonesia (TOKI) Open 2017 during the NOI.PH In-House training held last 10 – 12 May 2017. TOKI is Indonesia’s version of NOI.PH and its […]
  • Announcing the Philippines’ Representatives to the IOI 2017
    (also posted on our Facebook Like Page) The following students will be going to Tehran, Iran this 28 July to 4 August 2017 to represent the Philippines in the International Olympiad in Informatics […]
  • Philippine team to Singapore Informatics Olympiad all bag medals
    On March 18, 2017, the 6-member Philippine team to the 20th Singapore National Olympiad in Informatics hosted by the NUS School of Computing at the National University of Singapore all received […]
  • 2017 National Finals
    The NOI.PH 2017 National Finals was held in Pointwest Innovations Corporation in Quezon City last 18 – 19 February 2017. It consisted of two rounds on-site, each of which consisted of four […]
  • 2017 National Eliminations
    The NOI.PH 2017 National Eliminations started on 6PM of 13 January 2017 and finished on 11:59PM of 22 January 2017. It consisted of fifteen problems of varying difficulty. The Participants Among the […]

Your First NOI Problem

  • Introduction to Programming Contests
    NOI.PH is almost like a math competition in the sense that contestants are given a problem to solve. Contestants must then prove that they know how to solve […]
  • The Problem Statement
    We are discussing the Aguinaldo sample problem. This is Part 1 of a series of posts which started here. Emilio has relatives. During Christmas, the first […]
  • Input Format and Sample Input
    We are discussing the Aguinaldo sample problem. This is Part 2 of a series of posts which started here. The first line of input will contain an integer , the […]
  • Constraints and Time Limits
    We are discussing the Aguinaldo sample problem. This is Part 3 of a series of posts which started here.   Subtask 1 (40 points each): Subtask 2 (60 […]

Through The Years