Young Scientists Contest



 

The European Union Contest for Young Scientists

Photos 27 September 2004

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Students from Aquinas Diocesan Grammar School, Belfast Nickolay Hadzhiev from Sofia, Bulgaria, a student at the National High School of Mathematics and Science. The Ambassador of  the Czech Republic in Ireland, Josef Havlas with Jirí Tutsch
Students from Aquinas Diocesan Grammar School, Belfast, Maureen O'Sullivan, Dearbhla McKenna and Brenda Kearney with their project, The use of Larval Trematodes as Bioindicators of Sea Water Quality. Nickolay Hadzhiev from Sofia, Bulgaria, a student at the National High School of Mathematics and Science. The Ambassador of the Czech Republic in Ireland, Josef Havlas (right), visited with Jirí Tutsch from Praha, a student in the Secondary Grammar School of he Ministry of the Interior.
Emmanuelle Medrinal from Saint Jean D'Aulps, France Students from Lycee Charlie Chaplin in France Michael Achtelik, from Stockdorf, Germany
Emmanuelle Medrinal from Saint Jean D'Aulps, France with her project, "Chronicle of a Death Foretold". Students from Lycee Charlie Chaplin in France, Nicolas Porcher, Guillaume
Romeu and Francois Tissot with their project , "Development of an Atomic
Force Microscope".
Michael Achtelik, from Stockdorf, Germany, a student at Feodor-Lynen-Gymnasium-Planegg, with his project, a Miniaturized Turbo Jet Engine.
Mario Chemnitz from Zschornewitz, Germany Joachim H.Heidorn from the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany,Dublin visited with Michael Achtelik Krisztina Berek, from Koseg, Hungary
Mario Chemnitz from Zschornewitz, Germany with his project, "Ultrasonic Detector for Gas Chromatography". Mario is a student at Paul Gerhardt High School in Grafenhainichen. Joachim H. Heidorn from the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, Dublin visited with Michael Achtelik, from Stockdorf, Germany, a student at Feodor-Lynen-Gymnasium-Planegg and they discussed his project, a Miniaturized Turbo Jet Engine. Krisztina Berek, from Koseg, Hungary, a student in Bolyai Secondary School with her project, "Specific Inhibition of the Sodium-Calcium Exchange System in Heart Muscle Cells".
Zsolt Ero, Budapest and Balint Bartfai from Pomaz Zsofia Dory, a student at the Franciscan Secondary School, Szentendre, Hungary Gaidis Grandans from Plavinas, Latvia
Zsolt Ero, Budapest and Balint Bartfai from Pomaz, students at Szent Istvan High School with their project, 'Cost-effective manufacturing of prostheses via rapid prototyping using 3d computer models reconstructed from 2d medical images'. Zsofia Dory, a student at the Franciscan Secondary School, Szentendre, Hungary with her project, Electric Shopping Cart and Scooter Trailer. Gaidis Grandans from Plavinas, Latvia, a student in Marijas Brimmerbergas Secondary School with his project, "Research and Protection of Owls in the surroundings of Plavinas".

Eirik Bakke from Bergen Artur Lewandowski,  a student at the Medical University of Bydgoszcz in Poland Mr Jan Gabor,  Ambassador at the Embassy of the Slovak Republic visited Jan Demko and Marek Sula
Eirik Bakke from Bergen, Norway who is doing his National Service, with his
project, "The Anitra Computer".
Artur Lewandowski, a student at the Medical University of Bydgoszcz in Poland with his project, 'Formica Rufa and Polyergus Rufescens ants learning
processes'.
Mr Jan Gabor(centre), Ambassador at the Embassy of the Slovak Republic visited Jan Demko and Marek Sula, students at the Technical High School,
Vranov nad Topl'ou. Their project was "Dodo-Nutshell board.
Mr Jan Gabor, Ambassador at the Embassy of the Slovak Republic visited Stefan Tkac, from Kosice, Slovakia Leon Marc, First Secretary,  Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia visited the students from Slovenia Berki Dibek, Ambassador at the Turkish Embassy in Ireland with Mehmet Caken and Mehmet Halit Alayir, students  at Istanbul Lisesi, and the National Organiser, Askin Tumer.
Mr Jan Gabor, Ambassador at the Embassy of the Slovak Republic visited Stefan Tkac, from Kosice, Slovakia and they discussed Stefan's project, "Coanda Effect on the no-ending wing of Model X-600".
Leon Marc, First Secretary, Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia visited the students from Slovenia to discuss their projects and wish them well. Pictured with the Ambassador are, Sebastjan Meznaric from Maribor, Vesna Lenart and Urska Dolinsek from Ljubljana. Berki Dibek, Ambassador at the Turkish Embassy in Ireland (2nd from left) with Mehmet Caken and Mehmet Halit Alayir, students at Istanbul Lisesi, and the National Organiser, Askin Tumer.
The American Ambasador to Ireland, Mr. James Kennywith Christopher Verlinden and Philip Munoz, students at the Merlo State High School, Beaverton, Oregon, USA The American Ambasador to Ireland, Mr. James Kennywith Christopher Verlinden and Philip Munoz, students at the Merlo State High School, Beaverton, Oregon, USA  
The American Ambassador to Ireland, Mr. James Kenny (centre) with Christopher Verlinden and Philip Munoz, students at the Merlo State High School, Beaverton, Oregon, USA. Their project is 'Increased channel capacity in fibre optics through transmission of multiplexed orbital angular momentum states'. The American Ambassador to Ireland, Mr. James Kenny (centre) with Christopher
Verlinden and Philip Munoz, students at the Merlo State High School,
Beaverton, Oregon, USA. Their project is 'Increased channel capacity in
fibre optics through transmission of multiplexed orbital angular momentum
states'.
EU Café Scientific Conway Institute 27.9.04

 

Café Scientifique at the Conway Institute, University College Dublin

Mary Mulville Science Journalist and Chairperson of the EU Climate Change Café Scientific, Dr. Kevin Anderson,from Tyndall Centre Manchester, Gerry Murphy Met Eireann and Tony Reilly Director British Council Ireland Dr Gerry Murphy, Met Eireann (the Irish Meterological Office) addresses students Dr Gerry Murphy, Met Eireann (the Irish Meterological Office) addresses students Tony Reilly, Director British Council Ireland addresses students Tony Reilly, Director British Council Ireland addresses students

Speakers: from left, Mary Mulville, Science Journalist and Chairperson of the EU Climate Change Café Scientifique, Dr. Kevin Anderson from the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research in Manchester, Gerry Murphy from Met Eireann (the Irish Meteorological Office) and Tony Reilly, Director, British Council Ireland

Mary Mulville Science Journalist and Chairperson of the EU Climate Change Café Scientific addressing students

Students during the inaugural Cafe Scientific Dr. Kevin Anderson, from Tyndall Centre Manchester addressing students Dr. Kevin Anderson, from Tyndall Centre Manchester addressing students
Mary Mulville and Kevin Anderson address the students