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Belarusian Pupils Received Special Awards at Intel ISEF-2013
27 May 2013
Belarusian pupils from Minsk and Soligorsk received special awards at the 64th international contest Intel International Science and Engineering Fair 2013 that took place in Phoenix (Arizona, the United Stated of America).
The following pupils became special awards winners:
Timofei Malahovsky (Soligorsk, Gymnasium#2, 10 th grade) with the project “ AluGlass - New Thermostable Material for Electrical Engineering” – Alcoa First Award for the research in the field of sustainable materials and American Intellectual Property Law Association Second Award.
Maksim Bezrukov (Minsk, Gymnasium#41), Alexander Stadolnik (Minsk, Gymnasium#13, 11th grade) with the project “Percolation Games on Cayley Graphs of Groups” - American Mathematical Society Third Award.
This year more than 1600 pupils from 70 countries participated in the finals of the most prestigious Science and Engeneering Fair for pupils with the prize fund of 4 million dollars. Belarus was represented by the winners of the national contest Belarus Science and Engineering Fair 2013 organized with the support of the Hi-Tech Park.
Alcoa Foundation is a global leader in production of primary aluminum and aluminum goods, one of the largest corporate foundations in the U.S., focusing on environment, education and raising tomorrows leaders.
American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) is a national bar association constituted primarily of lawyers involved in the practice of patent and other fields of law affecting intellectual property. Founded in 1897.
American Mathematical Society is an association of professional mathematicians. Founded in 1888, it furthers the development of teaching and research in mathematics.
Belarusian team at Intel International Science and Engineering Fair
Getting stands ready
Timofei Malahovsky – ready for presentation!
Roman Birulia demonstrates 3D headphones to the visitors
Maksim Bezrukov, Timofei Malahovsky, Roman Birulia, Alexander Stadolnik