The XXV Jubilee International Conference of Young Scientists was held on April 19-26 in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. The number of conference attendees reached a record number of 32 this year and the number of participants reached 300. The conference participants traditionally compete in six sections (External Sciences, Life Sciences, Computer Science, Engineering, Physics, Mathematics). The Georgian team was represented by 10 Georgian-American High School and 2 Georgian-American School students. Our students succeeded in three sections. They won bronze medals.
Nika Pilauri – Bronze Medal – Mathematics
Nikoloz Gviniashvili – Bronze Medal – Mathematics
Nikola 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 Gibradze – Special Certificate – Life Sciences
Tamta Jashi – Special Certificate – Life Sciences
Alexander Museliani – Special Certificate – Mathematics
Nikoloz Meskhi – Special Certificate – Mathematics
It should be noted that only Georgian team won in the three sections. As a result, Georgia obtained the 5th place.
We congratulate our team on the victory and wish them success in the following years.
The list of host countries for the upcoming conference has already been approved.
2019 – Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur
2020 – Greece, Thessaloniki
2021 – The Netherlands, Nijmegen