182 students represent Syria in the IGO

Damascus (ST): Syria took part today in the International Geometry Olympiad organized by Iran with the participation of students from 60 states.

The Olympiad tests were conducted via the internet at the same time for all the participants. The tests included high-level problems in the Plane and Solid Geometry.

About 182 students, who are current and former members of the Syrian Scientific Olympiad national team, represented Syria in the event. The Syrian students were distributed at five centres in the cities of Damascus, Lattakia, Aleppo, Tartous and Homs.

Syria participates in the International Geometry Olympiad in Iran

Damascus (ST): Syria will take part in the International Geometry Olympiad organized by Iran tomorrow  with the participation of students from 60 states.

The Olympiad tests will be conducted via the internet at the same time for all the participants. The tests will include high-level problems in the Plane and Solid Geometry.

About 182 students, who are current and former members of the Syrian Scientific Olympiad national team,  will represent Syria in the event. The Syrian students will be distributed at five centres in the cities of Damascus, Lattakia, Aleppo, Tartous and Homs.

6235 students participate in the competitions of Syrian Scientific Olympiad

With the participation of 6235 students from the first grade of secondary school from various governorates, the new competitions of the Syrian Scientific Olympiad 2020-2021 began this morning.

The first phase tests were held at the same time in various governorates for students participating in the specializations of mathematics, physics and informatics. Question samples were laid down  by the central scientific committees in the administration of the Syrian Scientific Olympiad. The answer sheets will be corrected in an automated  way .

Malik Hammoud, Director of the Media Office at the Excellence and Creativity Authority, noted that the participation for the current season was limited to the outstanding students in the Basic Education Certificate who obtained 2800 marks and above ".

Syrian researcher named Head of the International Scientific Conference to held in India next year

The Syrian student and researcher, Eng. Hassan Al-Helou, was named Head of the International Scientific Conference that deals with the latest developments in the field of electrical power engineering and control technologies and that is to be held next March in India at the invitation of Dr. Nidhi Singh, the conference supervisor.

Al-Helou graduated from Tishreen University in Syria’s Lattakia coming first among his colleagues. He was appointed a lecturer at the Faculty of Mechanical and Electrical Power Engineering. Then, he was sent to Iran where he is currently doing a Ph.D at the Isfahan University of Industry and Technology.

Al-Helou has done several research works published in the most prestigious international scientific magazines. He was internationally honored on several occasions, most important of which was when he was granted a certificate of appreciation and considered among the most influential researchers in the world in his specialization.

Syria wins two silver and bronze medals and three certificates of appreciation in the International Mathematics Olympiad

Students of the Syrian Scientific Olympiad for Mathematics won two silver and bronze medals and three certificates of appreciation in the International Olympiad for Mathematics (IMO). The Olympiad was organized remotely by Russia over two days last week, with the participation of 622 students from 114 countries.

The Excellence and Creativity Commission said in a statement on Sunday that the silver medal was won by Ali Firas Bakur, a student of the second grade of secondary school in “Aleppo” and Abdel-Karim Nabil Al-Sayed Ramadan from the third grade of secondary school in “Damascus,” while the bronze medal was won by student Hussein Hayan Khalil from the second grade of the secondary school in “Tartous”.