BOI 2000 (or BOI'00) will take place in
KTH Haninge, Stockholm
from 31 July to 4 August (the same place as for IOI94).
Six countries are invited: Denmark,
Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania
and Poland. Each team consist of six students and two leaders.
There is no fee for the countries. The
students and the leaders will be
accommodated in a hotel and provided with meals by the organizer.
But the teams are expected to cover their transportation to and from
is a College of Engineering, a separate organisation
within the framework of KTH (Royal Institute of Technology). It has
at present five basic engineering programmes.
The programmes can be characterised as
a technical theoretical
education giving knowledge in both basic and applied subjects
but also know-how in specific engineering branches.
The total number of students is about
1 000. The students study
for three years to obtain a Bachelor's degree in Engineering.
Here we have enough with
computers for the competition. Here
also the Jury meetings will take place.
You will live at Hotel Win, less than a five minutes walk from KTH Haninge. As you can see from the picture, there is a small lake close to the hotel, where you can have a swim - if the weather says yes.Hotel Winn
136 40 Haninge Centrum
The BOI 2000 Committee has five members
David Rydh (email@example.com)
Håkan Strömberg (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Pär Söderhjelm (email@example.com)
Mattias de Zalenski (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Niclas Hjelm (email@example.com)
If you need more information than you can find here
During the event use +46708750511
S 135 43 Tyresö