Saturday, January 8, 2011

Physics News: Indonesian Become Champion of the 17th ICYS


DENPASAR, (AP) .- Indonesia managed to become the overall champion at the Scientific Research Competition Youth World Level The 17 or the 17th International Conference of Young Scientists (ICYS) held in Denpasar, Bali 12 to 17 April 2010.  The Indonesian team that competed in all areas of competition, ie Physics, Mathematics, Computers, and Ecology won seven gold medals, 1 silver medal and 3 bronze medals.


As broadcast and Public Relations Information Centre Ministry of National Education (Events Calendar), Friday (16 / 4), this achievement to repeat the success of Indonesia in the same event in 2009 and then in Pszcyna, Poland.


Seven gold medals each won Florencia V.Vaniara / Evelyn L. Wibowo with the title of the study "Effect of Stem Cell and Mangosteen Peel Extact on Abnormal Cells".  Then, Muhammad Kautsar / Diane Sartika Sari / Dhicha Princess Empress / Hidayu Permata Hardi with the title "Sweitenia Oil: The Use of Mahagony os Seed Oil Bio-Alternative and The Use of Production Waste as Electris Mosquito Repellent", Oki Novendra with a study entitled "  Mathematical explanation on the Death of Michael Jackson ".


Then, Dwiky Rendra Graha Subekti research titled "The Big Match: 'Like Kelor' Caramel vs. malnutrition", Sonny Blue Hermawan with the title "Portable Protection Everywhere", Miftah Yama Fauzan with the title "Development of Smart Electric Gun with Adaptive Bullet Speed",  and Andrew Widy Purnomo / Aldo Vitus Wirawan with title of research "Green Energy Source: Centripetal Water Turbine".


While the silver medal won by Aria Dhanang Dewangga and bronze medals respectively achieved by Dita Nurtjahya, Fauqia Tambunan / Bening Morning Dew / Alan Suherman, and Rizal Panji Islam / Maulana Fahmi Ainul Yakin / Ikhsan Britama.


The Indonesian team also won the best performance on behalf of Graha Subekti Dwiky Renda to the field of Environmental Sciences and Ilham Naharudinsya / Ardelia Djati Sapphire / Satria Putra Adhitama to the field of Basic Mathematics.
The second ranking achieved by a German team with 2 gold medals, 1 silver medal and 4 bronze medals, while the third won by the Russian team with 2 gold medals, 1 silver medal and 3 bronze medals.  Ranking next in succession occupied the Netherlands, Belarus, and Poland each won one gold medal. (A-94/das)***
Source : http://www.fisikaasyik.com/home02/content/view/370/39/ 





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