Young Scientists Contest



 

The European Union Contest for Young Scientists

Photos 29 September 2004

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Winners of First, Second and Third Prizes receiving their awards at Dublin Castle from An Tanaiste (Irish Deputy Prime Minister) Mary Harney and Mr Achilleas Mitsos, Director-General of Research at the European Commission.
First Prizes
Charlotte Strandkvist from Denmark receiving her 1st place award at the 16th European Union Contest for Young Scientists Martin Knobel, Gerhard Schony and Florian Grossbacher from Austria receiving their 1st place award at the 16th European Union Contest for Young Scientists from An Tanaiste (Irish Deputy Prime Minister) Mary Harney and Mr Achilleas Mitsos, Director-General of Research at the European Commission at Dublin Castle. Mario Chemnitz from Austria receiving his 1st place award at the 16th European Union Contest for Young Scientists from An Tanaiste (Irish Deputy Prime Minister) Mary Harney and Mr Achilleas Mitsos, Director-General of Research at the European Commission at Dublin Castle.
Charlotte Strandkvist from Denmark

Project: Improving the method for synthesizing N-methyl fluoxetine in the laboratory

Martin Knobel, Gerhard Schony and Florian Grossbacher from Austria 

Project: A breakthrough in the manufacturing of Condenser Microphones.

Mario Chemnitz from Germany

Project: An ultrasonic detector for gas chromatography

Second Prizes
Roland Bauerschmidt from Germany receiving his 2nd place award at the 16th European Union Contest for Young Scientists from An Tanaiste (Irish Deputy Prime Minister) Mary Harney and Mr Achilleas Mitsos, Director-General of Research at the European Commission at Dublin Castle. Marcel Kolodziejczyk from Poland receives his 2nd place award at the 16th European Union Contest for Young Scientists from An Tanaiste (Irish Deputy Prime Minister) Mary Harney and Mr Achilleas Mitsos, Director-General of Research at the European Commission at Dublin Castle. Mehmet Halit Calayir  and Mehmet Çakan from Turkey receiving a 2nd place award at the 16th European Union Contest for Young  Scientists from An Tanaiste (Irish Deputy Prime Minister) Mary Harney and Mr Achilleas Mitsos, Director-General of Research at the European Commission at Dublin Castle.
Roland Bauerschmidt from Germany

Project: Internet access for guests

Marcel Kolodziejczyk from Poland 

Project: A counterfeit coin

Mehmet Halit Calayir and Mehmet Çakan from Turkey

Project: Construction of a seismograph

Third Prizes
Okan Sankur from Turkey receives his 3rd place award at the 16th European Union Contest for Young Scientists from An Tanaiste  (Irish Deputy Prime Minister) Mary Harney and Mr Achilleas Mitsos, Director-General  of Research at the European Commission at Dublin Castle. Artur Lewandowski from Poland receives his 3rd place award at the 16th European Union Contest for Young Scientists from An Tanaiste (Irish Deputy Prime Minister) Mary Harney and Mr Achilleas Mitsos, Director-General of Research at the European Commission at Dublin Castle. Laurynas Pliuskys from Lithuania receives his 3rd place award at the 16th European Union Contest for Young Scientists from An Tanaiste (Irish Deputy Prime Minister) Mary Harney and Mr Achilleas Mitsos, Director-General  of Research at the European Commission at Dublin Castle.
Okan Sankur from Turkey

Project: N-gram based language classification

 Artur Lewandowski from Poland

Project: Ants learning process

Laurynas Pliuškys from Lithuania

Project: An analysis of the water in the lakes of Trakai and a new biosensor for the determination of heavy metals


Celebrating after their first places at the 16th EU contest for Young Scientists Celebrating after their first places at the 16th EU contest for Young Scientists Mehmet Caken and Mehmet Halit Calayir, students at Istanbul Lisesi, Turkey with their project 'Seismograph based on proportional elongations witn an electro-magnetically increased period'
Celebrating after their first places at the 16th EU Contest for Young Scientists are Charlotte Strandkvist from Denmark (centre), Mario Chemnitz from Germany (right), Martin Knobel (left), Florian Grossbacher (2nd from left) and Gerhard Schony from Austria.


Mehmet Caken and Mehmet Halit Calayir, students at Istanbul Lisesi, Turkey with their project 'Seismograph based on proportional elongations witn an electro-magnetically increased period'

Winners press conference at Dublin Castle.
Charlotte Strandkvist, 1st place winner from Denmark during the press conference at the 16th European Union Contest for Young Scientists At the press conference; Gerhard Schony; Florian Grossbacher and Martin Knobel from Austria who received 1st Place for their project'Breakthrough in the manufacturing of condenser microphones' Winners press conference at the 16th European Union Contest for Young Scientists  at Dublin Castle.
Charlotte Strandkvist  from Denmark Gerhard Schony, Florian Grossbacher and Martin Knobel from Austria All the first prize winners

First Prize winners meet the Irish President, Mary McAleese, at Aras An Uachtarain
Achilleas Mitsos, Director-General of Research at the European Commission; 1st Place winner Mario Chemnitz from Germany; 1st Place winner Martin Knobel , Florian Grossbacher and Gerhard Schony from Austria ; 1st Place winner Charlotte Strandkvist; and Mattie McCabe, Director of Corporate Affairs, SFI meeting Irish President Mary McAleese at Aras An Uachtarain today. 1st Place winner Mario Chemnitz from Germany (2nd from left); 1st Place winner Martin Knobel (left) , Florian Grossbacher (back) and Gerhard Schony (right) from Austria ; 1st Place winner Charlotte Strandkvist; and meeting Irish President Mary McAleese at Aras An Uachtarain today. 1st Place winner Mario Chemnitz from Germany (right); 1st Place winner Martin Knobel (left) , Florian Grossbacher (back) 
                              and Gerhard Schony (front) from Austria ; 1st Place winner Charlotte Strandkvist (left) meeting Irish President Mary McAleese at Aras An Uachtarain today.
Achilleas Mitsos, Director-General of Research at the European Commission; First Prize winners Mario Chemnitz from Germany, Martin Knobel , Florian Grossbacher and Gerhard Schony from Austria and Charlotte Strandkvist from Denmark; and Mattie McCabe, Director of Corporate Affairs, SFI From left to right: Martin Knobel (Austria) Mario Chemnitz (Germany), Mary McAleese, Florian Grossbacher (Austria), Charlotte Strandkvist (Denmark) and Gerhard Schony (Austria) Mario Chemnitz from Germany (right); Martin Knobel (left), Florian Grossbacher (back) and Gerhard Schony (front) from Austria; Charlotte Strandkvist from Denmark (left)
1st Place winners Charlotte Strandkvist from Denmark and Martin Knobel from Austria meeting Irish President Mary McAleese at Aras An Uachtarain today. 1st place winner Mario Chemnitz from Germany meeting Irish President Mary McAleese at Aras An Uachtarain today. 1st place winner Gerhard Schony from Austria meeting with Irish President Mary McAleese at her residence Aras an Uachtarain in Dublin.
Charlotte Strandkvist from Denmark and Martin Knobel from Austria Mario Chemnitz from Germany Gerhard Schony from Austria
Florian Grossbacher from Austria ; 1st Place winner I meeting Irish President Mary McAleese at Aras An Uachtarain today.    
Florian Grossbacher from Austria    

Kateryna Novosad from the Ukraine taking down her project as the exhibition comes to an end It's all over! Marcek Kolodziejczk waves goodbye as he packs up his display. Charlotte Strandkvist from Denmark tries her hand at hurling!
Kateryna Novosad from the Ukraine taking down her project as the exhibition comes to an end It's all over! Marcek Kolodziejczk waves goodbye as he packs up his display. Charlotte Strandkvist from Denmark tries her hand at hurling!