The XXV Anniversary Of Young Scientists Conference was held on April 19-26 in Belgrade, Serbia. The number of countries participating in the conference reached 32 this year and the number of participants reached 300. Participants of the Conference are traditionally in 6 sections (science, life sciences, computer science, engineering, physics, mathematics).
The Georgian team was presented with 10 pupils of Georgian-American High School and two Georgian-American schools. Our schoolchildren have achieved success in section 3.
They gained bronze medals.
Nika Pilauri – Bronze Medal – Mathematics
Nikoloz Gviniashvili – Bronze Medal – Mathematics
Nikolas Kapanadze – Bronze Medal – Mathematics
Mariam Gordadze – Bronze Medal – Life Sciences
Mariam Mamaladze – bronze medal – life sciences
Natia Kobakhidze – Bronze Medal – Engineering
Nikoloz Tsagareishvili – Bronze Medal – Engineering
Gvantsa Mamalashvili – Special Certificate – Life Sciences
Anano Ghibradze – Special Certificate – Life Sciences
Tamta Jashi – Special Certificate – Life Sciences
Alexander Musellian – Special Certificate – Mathematics
Nikoloz Meskhi – Special Certificate – Mathematics
It is noteworthy that only 3 teams have won the Georgian team.
With this result, Georgia has won the V team.
We congratulate our team on winning and wish you success in the following years. The list of host countries of the future conference has been approved.
2019 – Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur
2020 – Greece, Thessaloniki
2021 – Netherlands, Niegenheim