Pupils from Dnipropetrovsk won in the Baltic

Science and Engineering Competition

February 7, 2013

In St. Petersburg, completed the annual Baltic Science and Engineering Competition, which was attended by about 300 participants from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Kazakhstan. During the competition, the young researchers from Ukraine presented 10 research projects, 8 of which are awarded with diplomas and prizes. The first competition took place in the students of Dnipropetrovsk regional center eco-naturalistic school, Ivan Herman and Roman Dugants for the team project "A new type of layered double hydroxide nickel for use in hybrid supercapacitors."

Third place went to graduate Dnipropetrovsk regional center eco-naturalistic art students Stanislav Lavrynenko, who presented his project "Templantny synthesis on nickel foam as a method of manufacturing a high-performance hybrid supercapacitor electrode okisnonikelevogo."

"The Dnipropetrovsk created the right conditions for professional development and new achievements of young scientists. Appointed by scholarships, grants are issued, held various academic competitions for young scientists. The winners receive grants for their projects, modern computer technology and internship opportunities abroad. The development of science — it is our present and secure future. We are proud of our young people who choose this interesting way, "- said the Chairman of the Dnipropetrovsk Regional State Administration Dmitry Kolesnikov.

Also third in the competition won by participants from Khmelnytsky, Vinnytsia and Sumy regions. In addition, within the framework of the Baltic scientific and engineering competition received special awards donetchanin Ruslan Yang (the project "Development of a whipstock continuous degassing wells") and Odessa Vladimir Kulik (the project "Improving the efficiency of household gas stoves create accessories to cookware").

Information provided by the Administration of Press and Information of the Dnipropetrovsk Regional State Administration. adm.dp.ua

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