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GEORGIAN-AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL
65th Students’ International Science and Engineering Fair was held in the state of Arizona, Phoenix. It was the first time a Georgian team took part in the fair and the members of the group consisted of the students of Georgian-American High School and #42 Ilia Vekua Physics-Mathematics School:
1. Tornike Mosiashvili (Georgian-American High School)
2. Lasha Margishvili (#42 Ilia Vekua Physics-Mathematics School)
3. Nikoloz Maghaldadze (#42 Ilia Vekua Physics-Mathematics School)
The number of Competition participates totaled to 1444 and they represented 14 different countries all over the world. The jury consisted of the world known scientists, including 16 Nobel Price laureates.
By the project: “Diophantine Rectangular Parallelepiped”, the student of our school, Lasha Margishvili received the highest price by the American Math Society: Mu Alpha Theta.
The Mu Alpha Theta Award of $1,000 is given to the most challenging, thorough, and creative investigation of a problem involving modern mathematics. Components of the investigation may include but are not limited to mathematical proof, mathematical modeling, statistical analysis, visualization, simulation, and approximation. Along with 1000 $ price, he received the invitation from Arizona University.
The works of Tornike Mosiashvili and Nikoloz Maghaldadze received special awards.