Romanian student wins silver medal in Balkan Olympiad in Informatics

Romanian student of Lugoj, Radu Szasz, won the silver medal in the Balkan Olympiad in Informatics, carried out over August 10-17, in Ankara, Turkey.

Radu Szasz is a 12th grade student at ‘Coriolan Brediceanu’ National College of Lugoj and competed with the best students in informatics of 11 countries: Albania, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, Macedonia, the Republic of Moldova, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia and Turkey. The team of Turkmenistan participated as guest country and Turkey, as host country, participated with two teams.

According to the Timis School Inspectorate, Romania’s team that participated in the 22nd edition of the competition came back with a gold medal, won by a student of Bucharest, and three silver medals.

Radu Szasz also won the bronze medal in the Central European Olympiad in Informatics that took place in Germany in June


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