Aims and Scope
OLYMPIADS IN INFORMATICS, founded in 2007, was initiated
by International Olympiad in Informatics community in
Institute of Mathematics and Informatics
(now Vilnius University Institute of Mathematics and Informatics).
Contributions are invited from researchers all over the world.
OLYMPIADS IN INFORMATICS is a refereed scholarly journal that
provides an international forum for presenting research and
developments in the specific scope of teaching and learning
informatics through olympiads and other competitions.
The journal is focused
on the research and practice of professionals who are working
in the field of teaching and
learning informatics to talented student.
The scope of the journal includes, but not limited to:
teaching algorithms and programming
automatic testing systems
curriculum developing for gifted students in informatics
environments and software for training
OLYMPIADS IN INFORMATICS is published annually (in summer).
Only original high-quality scientific papers are accepted.
All submitted papers are peer reviewed.
The journal is closely connected to the scientific conference
organized during the International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI).
Authors are requested to present their papers during the IOI
The format for the journal follows the tracks:
the primary section of the journal focuses on research
the second report section is devoted to sharing
experiences of countries in informatics olympiads
the last smallest section presents books reviews or
OLYMPIADS IN INFORMATICS is abstracted/indexed by
Central and Eastern European Online Library (CEEOL)
Educational Research Abstracts (ERA)
Online access is here.