Young Scientists Contest



 

The European Union Contest for Young Scientists

Photos 26 September 2004

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Speakers at the opening ceremony of the Young Scientists Contest 2004 - Dr. Tony Scott, Dr. Rainer Gerold, Sarah Flannery and Dr. Bill Harris Dr. Rainer Gerold at the opening ceremony of the Young Scientists Contest 2004 Dr. Tony Scott
The 16th EU Young Scientists Contest was opened  by Dr Tony Scott (left), Dr Rainer Gerold, Director, Science and Society, European Commission, Dr Bill Harris, DG, Science Foundation Ireland and Sarah Flannery, 1999 winner and guest speaker at the opening ceremony. Dr. Rainer Gerold, Director, Science and Society, European Commission addresses the audience at the opening ceremony of the European Union Young Scientists Contest at UCD Belfield, Dublin. Dr Tony Scott, Host Organiser.
1999 winner of the Young Scientists Exhibition, Sarah Flannery flew from the United States to address the audience at the opening ceremony. Audience at the Official Opening Ceremony Official Opening Ceremony
1999 winner of the Young Scientists Exhibition, Sarah Flannery flew from the United States to address the audience at the opening ceremony. Audience at the Official Opening Ceremony Official Opening Ceremony
O'Reilly Hall overview O'Reilly Hall overview  Vesna Lenart from Slovenia looking at projects from Waterford IT
O'Reilly Hall overview O'Reilly Hall overview Vesna Lenart from Slovenia looking at projects from Waterford IT
 Erik Sven and Mandla Kampo from Estonia with their project Reasons of changes in soil water content Italian students Guilia Lene, Linda Raggi, Stephaine Grazzolo and Damiana Montanino Okan Sankur from Turkey with his project 'N-Gram based language classified.
Erik Sven and Mandla Kampo from Estonia with their project 'Reasons of changes in soil water content' Italian students Giulia Lene, Linda Raggi, Stephaine Grazzolo and Damiana Montanino Okan Sankur from Turkey with his project 'N-Gram based language classification'.
Stefan Tkac from Slovakia  shows his project "A New technical application  of  Coanda effect on the no-ending wing of model x-600" Katerine Novosad from Ukraine with her project 'Extinct and Rare Endemic  Plant Species of the Granite Steepe Southbug Region' Marcel Kolodziejczyk from Poland and his project 'Two par balance and generalised counterfeit coin problem'
Stefan Tkac from Slovakia shows his project "A New technical application of Coanda effect on the no-ending wing of model x-600" to 1999 EU Young Scientist Winner Sarah Flannery from Cork Katerine Novosad from Ukraine with her project 'Extinct and Rare Endemic Plant Species of the Granite Steppe Southbug Region' Marcel Kolodziejczyk from Poland and his project 'Two pan balance and generalised counterfeit coin problem'
Sarah Flannery, EU Young Scientist Winner 1999 meets students Andreas  Moor, Stefan Shcumann and Lena Gysslan from Switzerland and their project "Alternative Rocket Propulsion" Vesna Lenart and Urska Dolinsek, both from Slovenia look at laboratory experiments by Waterford Institute of Technology Visitors of the event
Sarah Flannery, EU Young Scientist Winner 1999 meets students Andreas Moor, Stefan Schumann and Lena Gysslan from Switzerland and their project "Alternative Rocket Propulsion"
Vesna Lenart and Urska Dolinsek, both from Slovenia look at laboratory experiments by Waterford Institute of Technology Visitors were keen to see the range of scientific experiments at the 16th EU Young Scientists Contest which was opened in Dublin today, Sunday 26th September.
Young members of the public get hands-on experience of the organs  of the body at the opening ceremony at UCD Belfield, Dublin. The Institute of Physics in Ireland had a Manometric Analyser on display, designed in 1862 by Dr Rudolph Konic in Paris.  
Members of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland allow young members of the public get hands-on experience of the organs of the body at the opening ceremony at UCD Belfield, Dublin. The Institute of Physics in Ireland had a Manometric Analyser on display, designed in 1862 by Dr Rudolph Konic in Paris.