Industry and Technology Minister Mustafa Varank stated that thanks to the Turkish science and research ecosystem, which is experiencing its golden age with the support given, many more successes will be witnessed.
Varank, in a statement at the IT Valley for young people from Turkey who ranked in various fields in the European Union Young Scientists Competition, noted that the success achieved in the competition is proud.
Stating that the competition has been held for 32 years, Varank said, “Six projects from our country participated in the European Union Young Scientists Competition, where 34 countries competed with 114 projects, under the leadership of TÜBİTAK, and the projects of 5 of our young people won 8 awards. In addition to the first, second and third places, 4 projects deserve special awards. seen.” used the phrase.
Noting that Feridun Balaban, a student of Malatya TED College and Malatya BİLSEM, won both the first prize and the Wolfram Special Award with his “Photovoltaic Cell Construction” project in the field of physics, Varank said, “This is the first time we have won the first prize in this competition that we have participated in since 2005.” made its assessment.
Stating that Mehmet Sertaç Çeküç, a student of Istanbul Kartal Anatolian Imam Hatip High School and Fuat Sezgin BİLSEM, won the second prize with his “Microfluid Sensor Development Project” in the field of chemistry, Varank said that Istanbul Cağaloğlu Anatolian High School student Emirhan Kurtuluş’s Surgical Planning Project with Deep Learning won the third place in the software field. He announced that he brought the award and the Wolfram Special Award to Turkey.
Varank stated that İzmir Bahçeşehir College student Olcay Oransoy received the Wolfram Special Award for his “Algorithm Suggestion for Graphs” he put forward in the field of software, and said, “Another student who received the Wolfram Special Award in the field of Mathematics is Istanbul Sakıp with his Mathematical Decision Algorithms project for Covid-19. Zeynep Parla from Sabancı Anatolian High School and Beşiktaş BİLSEM became Fingerless.” shared.
Nobel Prize-winning scientist Aziz Sancar will meet with young people at TEKNOFEST
Congratulating all the students, teachers and their families who have achieved these successes, Varank also congratulated TÜBİTAK, the apple of the country’s eye in the field of science, which provided all kinds of financial and moral support to the students in this process.
Pointing out that this success achieved in the European Union Young Scientists Competition is the second pride table this year, Varank said:
“Again this year, we achieved the greatest success of our country’s history with the 13 awards we received in ISEF, the world’s largest Science and Engineering Competition. Thanks to our scientific and research ecosystem, which is living its golden age with the support we provide, we will witness many more successes together. Great and Powerful Turkey I would like to greet our bright, science-loving youth once again and make a call: I invite all my young brothers and sisters to TEKNOFEST to meet with our Nobel Prize-winning scientist Aziz Sancar. I would like to see our national aircraft, domestic automobile, numerous technology and science competitions on site.”
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