Tuesday, 12 September 2017

SIMO Junior Team 2017

SIMO Junior Team 2017 (33)

RI
Alphonsus Neo Yu Xiang
Goh Cheng Jun, Nicholas
Ong Ee Shua, Etienne
Tan Chien Hao
Timothy Foo Qi Wen
Wang Yuxuan
Ye Xintai

NUS High
Alexandra Goo Zong Han
Christopher Yeoh Kai Xiang
Dylan Wong Yee Kin
Gabriel Tan Jiaxu
Krishnan Akash
Lee Wei Ming
Lim Rui Yuan
Loh Zhi Xian, Ethan
Oliver James Tan
Paul Seow Jian Hao
S Vengat
Shevonne Chia
Subramanian Ramasamy
Tan Yun Hui
Toh Jing En Daniel

HCI
Khoo Wui Kong
Koh Shao Bing
Kwee Tze Wei, Bernard

ACSI
Goh Min Kai Kenneth
Low Yew Keng, Timothy
Teo Kai, David

Crescent Girls
Ashmita Bhattacharyya

Queensway Sec
Ong Chong Kai Ken

Horizon Primary
Liu Zihan

Nanhua Primary
Su Zixuan

Nanyang Pri
Zhang Chenxi

Tuesday, 5 September 2017

Pics from ESPR 2017 in King's College, London

ESPR 2017 staff, instructors and participants


Raul (Peru), me, Caleb Ji (Canada/USA)

Karaoke

Harvey (UK), Raul (Peru), me, Caleb, Emily (UK), Naomi (UK)

me, Roan (UK), Jack (USA), Wendi (UK), Thomas (UK)

Thomas, me, Neel (UK), Harvey, Emily

Emily, Jana (Mecedonia), Andrew (Canada) etc.
Having typical breakfast


Timothy (USA, organiser), Owen (USA), Katherine (USA), me, Raul, Naomi 


Kendo



A typical day's programme

Sunday, 3 September 2017

ASUS ZenBook

Lim Li just bought an ASUS ZenBook from COMEX 2017.
UX430UQ
* 7th Gen Intel Core i7-7500U Processor 2.7Ghz
  (4M Cache, Up to 3.5GHz)
* Windows 10 Home (64-bit)
* Discrete Graphics GT 940MX with 2GB DDR3
* 14.0" LED-backlit Ultra Slim Full HD 1920x1080 Display
* 16GB DDr4 RAM & 512GB SSD
* 1.25 kg
* 2 Years International Warranty
Bundled: 1 Year Anti-Virus Sleeve Case + USB Lan Dongle + micro HDMI to HDMI Dongle
Cost: S$1565

Saturday, 2 September 2017

SMO 2017 Top 10

SMO Junior Top 10

1. BOO TSE YANG LUCAS Raffles Institution
2. LOW CHOO RAY Raffles Institution
3. HU XINGHUI Raffles Girls' School (Secondary)
4. TAN YU REN NUS High School of Mathematics and Science
5. WANG YUNRUI Raffles Institution
6. CHIEU LE HENG (JIANG LEHENG) NUS High School of Mathematics and Science
7. LI HANTAO Raffles Institution
8. WANG YUXUAN Raffles Institution
9. LETICIA TOK JIA YING NUS High School of Mathematics and Science
10. LEE XIANRUI RYAN Singapore American School

SMO Senior Top 10

1. NG YU PENG Hwa Chong Institution
2. KHOR JUN WEI Raffles Institution
3. NG YANGYI, ALOYSIUS Raffles Institution
4. ZHANG XIAORUI NUS High School of Mathematics and Science
5. TAN XU CHEN Raffles Institution
6. ANG BOON HAN NATHANIEL Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)
7. SHEN XINYI Raffles Institution
8. CHENG PUHUA Raffles Institution
9. DAVID TOH HUI KAI Raffles Institution
10. TAN WEE KEAN Raffles Institution

SMO Open Top 10

1. CLARENCE CHEW XUAN DA NUS High School of Mathematics and Science
1. DYLAN TOH SHAN HONG NUS High School of Mathematics and Science
3. CHENG PUHUA Raffles Institution
4. MA ZHAO YU Raffles Institution
5. NG YU PENG Hwa Chong Institution
6. DAVID TOH HUI KAI Raffles Institution
7. BOO TSE YANG LUCAS Raffles Institution
8. WANG JIANZHI Raffles Institution
9. NG YANGYI, ALOYSIUS Raffles Institution
10. DANIEL LEONG ZHI MING (LIANG ZHIMING) NUS High School of Mathematics and Science

For other results, refer here

Sunday, 20 August 2017

Singapore students win three silvers and one bronze at IOI 2017

Source: NUS School of Computing News
From left: Ranald Lam, Dr. Steven Halim, Lim Li, Huang Xing Chen, Pang Wen Yuen, Zhang Guangxuan, Eileen Moh, and Dr. Tan Sun Teck
18 August 2017 – Team Singapore won three silver medals and one bronze at the 2017 International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI 2017) that was held from 28th July to 4th August, in Tehran, Iran.

Second year Junior College students Zhang Guangxuan (Raffles Institution), Pang Wen Yuen, (Raffles Institution), and Lim Li (NUS High School) each won silver medals, and first year Junior College student Huang Xing Chen, (NUS High School) won a bronze. Collectively, Singapore placed 21st, in a field of 308 contestants from 83 countries.

NUS Computing faculty members and students have coached Singapore school and college students for IOI, as well as the IOI qualifying competitions, the National Olympiad in Informatics (NOI) and the Asia-Pacific Informatics Olympiad (APIO), for 25 years. Team Leader, Dr. Steven Halim, who coordinates NUS Computing’s competitive programming centre, said, “We were hoping to get at least a gold medal but I am happy with Lim Li’s achievement, being the first female Singapore IOI medallist. I hope that that will inspire more girls to take up competitive programming.”

Besides faculty members like Dr. Halim, and IOI International Committee member Dr. Tan Sun Teck, a number of NUS Computing students are involved in the coaching and organisation of IOI teams and contests, in the region and internationally. First year Computer Science (CS) student Ranald Lam (2014 IOI gold medallist) was Team Singapore’s coach this year, and will be a member of the IOI’s International Technical Committee in February 2018. Second year CS student Gan Wei Liang, who was last year’s coach, will be a member of IOI’s International Scientific Committee, along with recent CS graduate, Jonathan Irvin Gunawan, who was also the IOI coach for Indonesia. Also, second and third year CS students Boo Kai Hsien and Ho Yihang were the team leaders for the Malaysian IOI team. As a result of NUS Computing’s reputation and active involvement in international competitive programming, seven past IOI medallists from Vietnam, Philippines, Indonesia, India and Singapore, including Ranald Lam, joined NUS Computing this August.

About IOI: 
The International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI) is an annual international informatics competition for high school students from around the world, and is one of the five international science olympiads. The primary goal of the IOI is to stimulate interest in informatics (computing science) and information technology. Each participating country is represented by a team of up to four contestants. Students compete individually, solving sets of informatics problems during two competition days, and participate in cultural and recreational events on the remaining days. 

On each of the 2 contest days, contestants are typically given 3 tasks and 5 hours to program working solutions to solve these tasks. The tasks are algorithmic, requiring contestants to demonstrate not only basic IT skills such as programming and testing, but also in-depth knowledge of designing algorithms, data structures and information theory. 

Every year, the four Singapore students with the best scores of in the National Olympiad in Informatics (NOI) and Asia-Pacific Informatics Olympiad (APIO) are selected to represent Singapore at IOI. Singapore students have been participating in IOI since 1992 and in 2020, NUS Computing will host IOI, on behalf of Singapore.

Thursday, 17 August 2017

Off to King's College, London


Lim Li has flown alone to London for ESPR 2017. According to ESPR facebook, there were 400+ applicants. Lim Li is one of the 40 lucky ones selected to join the program, held from 18 August to 1 September. She is the only Singaporean student selected.

The European Summer Program on Rationality 2017 will take place in the Waterloo Campus of the King's College of London.

Dean's List Academic Year 2016/2017 - Mathematical Sciences


Wednesday, 16 August 2017

CWMI 2017 and CGMO 2017 Singapore Team Results

Results for China Western Mathematical Invitational (CWMI) 2017 Singapore Team:
Gold - Lucas Boo, Year 2, RI
Gold - Shi Cheng, Year 4, HCI
Gold - Khor Jun Wei, Year 4, RI
Silver - Li Chenxu, Year 4, RI
Silver - David Toh Hui Kai, Year 3, RI
Silver - Li Anqi, Year 5, RI
Silver - Liau Yi Jun Jovan, Year 3, NUS High
Silver - Low Choo Ray, Year 2, RI

Results for China Girls Mathematical Olympiad (CGMO) 2017 Singapore Team:
Silver - Hu Xinghui, Year 1, RGS
Bronze - Elizabeth Chow, Year 4, NUS High

Friday, 4 August 2017