Young Scientists Contest



 

The European Union Contest for Young Scientists

Photos 28 September 2004

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A supple Cleo Bertelsmeier  from Lycee Saint Just 2004 in France demonstrating  her project 'Aerobic sport to music - less backbone  problems" Martin Knobel, Gerhard Schony and Florian Grossbacher from Austria Hrafn Thorisson from Szent Istvan High School Junior College in Iceland
A supple Cleo Bertelsmeier from Lycee Saint Just 2004 in France demonstrating her project 'Aerobic sport to music - less backbone problems" Martin Knobel, Gerhard Schony and Florian Grossbacher from Austria with their project 'Breakthrough in the anufacturing of Condenser Microphones 2000 working hours in 10 lines" Hrafn Thorisson from Szent Istvan High School Junior College in Iceland and his project 'Exploring the relationship between creativity and environment using simulated creatures'
Dzmitry Makatun and 
                              Volha Dzmitruk from the Lyceum of the Belarusian 
                              State University, Belarus with their project "Physics 
                              of Handwriting" Eka Abzhandadze from the Highest Medical School AIETI, Georgia Kristina Suriakaite from Klaipeda Vetrunge Ginmaisum Lithuania
Dzmitry Makatun and Volha Dzmitruk from the Lyceum of the Belarusian State University, Belarus with their project "Physics of Handwriting" Eka Abzhandadze from the Highest Medical School AIETI, Georgia with her project '3d vision of cancer cell nucleoulus'
Kristina Suriakaite from Klaipeda Vetrunge Ginmaisum Lithuania with her project 'The investigation on the population and ecology of sea-holly in the Curonian Spit National Park'
Laurynas Pliuskys from Lithuania Clayton D'Amato and Luke Mercieca from St Aloysius College Sixth Form Malta Carlo Terruzzi from Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Laurynas Pliuskys from Lithuania with his project 'Hydrochemical Analysis of the lakes of Trakai' Clayton D'Amato and Luke Mercieca from St Aloysius College Sixth Form Malta
and their project 'Construction of a motorized chair for disabled people'
Carlo Terruzzi from Politecnico di Milano, Italy with his project 'Motion Display - luminous images printer'
Students from Our Lady of Mercy College, Beaumont, Dublin examining the human body at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) stand Roisin McCloskey and Breandan MacChnoic from Lumen Christi College, Ireland Ronan Larkin from CBS Synge Street School, Dublin, Ireland discusses his project with Irish Minister for Education and Science Noel Dempsey TD.
Students from Our Lady of Mercy College, Beaumont, Dublin examining the human body at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) stand Roisin McCloskey and Breandan MacChnoic from Lumen Christi College, Ireland with their project 'Self Organised Criticality in the Dynamics of Granular Systems' Ronan Larkin from CBS Synge Street School, Dublin, Ireland discusses his project with Irish Minister for Education and Science Noel Dempsey TD.

Minister for Education and Science Noel Dempsey TD is greeted at O'Reilly Hall by Dr Tony Scott. Charlotte Strandkvist, from Svendborg in Denmark discusses her project with Irish Minister for Education and Science Noel Dempsey TD. Charlotte Strandkvist, from Svendborg in Denmark discusses her project with Irish Minister for Education and Science Noel Dempsey TD and Dr Tony Scott.
Minister for Education and Science Noel Dempsey TD is greeted at O'Reilly Hall by Dr Tony Scott. Charlotte Strandkvist, from Svendborg in Denmark discusses her project with
Irish Minister for Education and Science Noel Dempsey TD.
Charlotte Strandkvist, from Svendborg in Denmark discusses her project with
Irish Minister for Education and Science Noel Dempsey TD and Dr Tony Scott.

Dzmitry Makatun from Belarus shows his project to Irish Minister for
Education and Science Noel Dempsey TD. Stefan Tkak from Slovakia with his project 'Coanda Effect on the No-Ending Wing of Model X-600' Ambassador Extradorinary and Plenipotenitiary of the People's Republic of China to Ireland Hailin Sha meets with Zang Pengyuan from China
Dzmitry Makatun from Belarus shows his project to Irish Minister for Education and Science Noel Dempsey TD. Stefan Tkak from Slovakia with his roject 'Coanda Effect on the No-Ending Wing of Model X-600' Ambassador Extradorinary and Plenipotenitiary of the People's Republic of China to Ireland Hailin Sha meets with Zang Pengyuan from China.
Eirik Bakke from Norway shows his project 'The Anitra Computer' to the Ambassador of Norway to Ireland Truls Hanevold. Janneke Verheijen and Mechteld Van den Bosch from the Netherlands show their project 'Tears Research' to the Bert van der Lingen, Counsellor at the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Ireland. Ronan Larkin from 
                              Ireland shows his project 'Generalised continued
                              fractions' to Stewart Eldon, British Ambassador 
                              to Ireland (left) and David
                              Green, Director General, British Council.
Eirik Bakke from Norway shows his project 'The Anitra Computer' to the
Ambassador of Norway to Ireland Truls Hanevold.
Janneke Verheijen and Mechteld Van den Bosch from the Netherlands show their project 'Tears Research' to the Bert van der Lingen, Counsellor at the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Ireland. Ronan Larkin from Ireland shows his project 'Generalised continued fractions' to Stewart Eldon, British Ambassador to Ireland (left) and David Green, Director General, British Council.
Brenda Kearney, Maureen O'Sullivan and Dearbhla McKenna from the UK show their project to from lStewart Eldon, British Ambassador to Ireland (left), David Green, Director General, British Council and Tony Reilly, British Council Ireland.  At Intel on 28th September from left Frank Turpin, Education Manager Intel; Nobel Laureate Erwin Neher; Nobel Laureate Harry Kroto; and Philip Walton, son of Irish Nobel Laureate Ernest Watson. Philip Walton, son of Irish Nobel Laureate Ernest Watson and Nobel Laureate Erwin Neher at Intel
Brenda Kearney, Maureen O'Sullivan and Dearbhla McKenna from the UK show their project to from lStewart Eldon, British Ambassador to Ireland (left), David Green, Director General, British Council and Tony Reilly, British Council Ireland. At Intel on 28th September from left Frank Turpin, Education Manager Intel; Nobel Laureate Erwin Neher; Nobel Laureate Harry Kroto; and Philip Walton, son of Irish Nobel Laureate Ernest atson. Philip Walton, son of Irish Nobel Laureate Ernest Watson and Nobel Laureate Erwin Neher at Intel
Philip Walton, son  of Irish Nobel Laureate Ernest Watson and Nobel  Laureate Erwin Neher at Intel Nobel Laureate Harry Kroto at Intel on 28th September Intel Nobel Minds Audience
Philip Walton, son of Irish Nobel Laureate Ernest Watson and Nobel Laureate Erwin Neher at Intel Nobel Laureate Harry Kroto at Intel on 28th September Intel Nobel Minds Audience
Students at the Intel 
                              Nobel Minds Students at the Intel 
                              Nobel Minds Frank Turpin, Education Manager 
                              Intel; Nobel Laureate Erwin Neher; Nobel Laureate 
                              Harry Kroto; and Philip Walton, son of Irish Nobel 
                              Laureate Ernest Watson.
Students at the Intel Nobel Minds
Students at the Intel Nobel Minds At Intel on 28th September from left Frank Turpin, Education Manager Intel; Nobel Laureate Erwin Neher; Nobel Laureate Harry Kroto; and Philip Walton, son of Irish Nobel Laureate Ernest Watson.