The Netherlands, Nijmegen 2004

The International Conference of Young Scientists was held in the Netherlands on April 18-24, 2004. The Georgian team was composed of 5 students. The team was led by Dr. Mamuka Meskhishvili.

Georgian-American high school students Lasha Margishvili and Koki Glonti won gold medals in the mathematics section.

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USA, Arizona 2005

 


The 65th Annual International Science and Engineering Fair (INTEL ISEF) International Student Championship was held in Phoenix, Arizona, May 8-14, 2005. The Georgian team, which included the Georgian-American High School and Ilia Vekua, participated for the first time. The students of the №42 Physics-Mathematics School included:

1. Tornike Mosiashvili (Georgian-American High School);

2. Lasha Margishvili (Georgian-American High School);

3. Nikoloz Maghaldadze (Ilia Vekua №42 Physics-Mathematics School).

1444 students participated in the championship, competing in 14 different sections. The jury included successful scientists from around the world, including 16 Nobel Prize winners.

Lasha Margishvili, a student of our school, won the highest award of the American Alpha Mathematical Society (Mu Alpha Theta). Along with the $ 1,000 prize, he also received an invitation to the University of Arizona. The works of Tornike Mosiashvili and Nikoloz Maghaldadze earned special diplomas.

Poland 2005

 

On April 24-30, 2005, in Katowice, Poland, the XII International Conference of Young Scientists was held, in which students from 14 countries defended their papers in the sections of Mathematics, Physics, Ecology and Informatics. The conference ended with the complete triumph of our school students.

Lela Latsoshvili and Giorgi Kukhalashvili won in mathematics and Levan Lapach in informatics sections

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The 13th International Conference of Young Scientists Europe (ICYS) was held on April 16-25, 2006 in Stuttgart, Germany. The members of the Georgian national team were Georgian-American high school students who won in the mathematics section.

Lado Meskhishvili and Giorgi Mikadze won the first prize, and Nika Gigashvili and Zauri Soidumati won the second prize.

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Indiana, USA 2006

On May 5-14, 2006, the 66th INTEL ISEF (International Science and Engineering Fair) World Student Science Championship was held in Indianapolis, Indiana, Georgia.


1. Lado Meskhishvili (Georgian-American High School);

2. Tornike Kartozia (Georgian-American High School);

3. Irakli Baiadze (Georgian-American High School);

4. Paata Ivanishvili (Rustavi №1 Physics and Mathematics Gymnasium).

1470 students participated in the championship, competing with each other in 15 different sections. The jury was composed of the world's leading scientists.

The successful performance of our team is remarkable. The work of Lado Meskhishvili and Irakli Baiadze "Proving the Impossibility of Building a Triangle with Three Bisectors", numbered MA308, won the IV prize in the section of team projects.

New Mexico, USA 2007

The 58th INTEL ISEF (International Science and Engineering Fair) Student Scientific Paper Championship was held on May 11-19, 2007 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

The Georgian national team consisted of Georgian-American high school students:

1. Lado Meskhishvili
2. Giorgi Kukhalashvili
3. Giorgi Benashvili
4. Nika Gigashvili

1511 students from 51 countries participated in the championship, competing with each other in 17 different sections. The jury was composed of the world's leading scientists. The successful performance of our team is remarkable.

Lado Meskhishvili's work: "Recursive Attitudes to Solve the Congress Problem" won a special prize from the American Mathematical Society;
In the team projects section, the work of Giorgi Kukhalashvili, Nika Gigashvili and Giorgi Benashvili "New Class of Infinite Solutions Diophantine Equations" won, which won the IV prize in the team projects section.

Our national team took the first place in the mathematics section with the achieved results. Outperformed the much larger teams of Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan. In the final team standings, it took the third place among the 51 participating countries, after the American and Chinese teams.

On April 16-25, 2008, the 15th International Conference of Young Scientists Europe (ICYS) was held in Chernivtsi, in which a team of Georgian-American high school students succeeded in the mathematics and ecology sections.

Mathematical section:

1. Lado Meskhishvili - first place

2. Levan Grdzelishvili - first place

3. Roma Chalidze - third place

4. Irakli Saralidze - third place

5. Luka Jikia - Deed

Ecology Section: Shalva Khokhashvili - Deed.

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On May 11-21, 2008, the 59th World Design Project Championship was hosted by Atlanta, Georgia.

The honor of the Georgian national team was defended by three students of the Georgian-American High School:

1. Shalva Khokhashvili
2. Lia Eradze
3. Ana Bezhitashvili

They submitted project papers in the Ecology section. To our delight, all three of them were awarded honorary degrees.

1554 students from 52 countries participated in the World Cup, submitting papers in 18 different sections. Our team was left with an indelible impression by the sights of Atlanta.

Especially the Atlanta Hawks basketball arena, where Zuka Pachulia, a former student of Mamuka Meskhishvili, plays.

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From April 22 to May 1, 2009, the XIII International Conference of Young Scientists was held in Krakow, Poland.

The conference was attended by students from 14 countries who defended their papers in four sections of Math Team Projects.
Among them were Georgian-American high school students who won silver and bronze medals:

Silver - Irakli Saralidze and Tornike Abramishvili;
Bronze - Roma Chalidze and Givi Kakhabrishvili;
Bronze - Mirian Meskhishvili, Zaza Kikava and Guram Liparteliani.

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The 2nd International Conference on Ecology "INESPO" was held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands from 2 to 8, 2010, with the participation of Georgian-American high school students:

Giorgi Jobava - IX grade / third degree diploma;
Giorgi Grigalashvili - X grade / third degree diploma;
Archil Omanadze - X class / third degree diploma.
The tour organizers organized an excursion to the Netherlands and Belgium, where the children visited the historical sights of Amsterdam and Brussels.

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On April 10-19, 2010, a team of Georgian American high school students traveled to the ISYC International Conference, held on the island of Bali in Indonesia. Our school's team consisted of:
Salome Iremashvili - third degree, bronze;
Roma Chalidze - second degree, silver;
Irakli Saralidze - third degree, bronze;
Nika Menabdishvili;
Nino Nonikashvili;
Irakli Mikadze;
Ana Petriashvili;
Mirian Meskhishvili;
Levan Iashvili;
Irakli Batirashvili;
David Tsertsvadze;
Ekaterine Kakubava;
Our team spent two days in the fabulous city of Singapore, whose amusement park made an indelible impression on students. If we find Georgians in Indonesia in previous centuries, we perceive Singapore as a city of the twenty-second century.

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Success in the Netherlands: The XIX International Conference of Young Scientists was held on April 16-23, 2012 in Nijmegen, the Netherlands. Our school has been regularly participating in the conference on behalf of the Georgian national team since 2004.

This year, the Georgian team was composed of 11 students of our school and 1 student of I. Vekua school N 42. It is noteworthy that the geography of the participants increased significantly - the number of participating countries reached 22 and the number of participants reached 168. The happier the successful speech of the Georgians is. Traditionally our team has competed successfully in the math section.

Our school students won one special prize and two bronze medals. The winners were:
Ana Davitashvili - Special Prize (Mathematics);
Mirian Meskhishvili - Special Prize (Mathematics);
Tsotne Mamalashvili - Bronze Medal (Mathematics);
Beka Chkhartishvili - Bronze Medal (Mathematics);
Irakli Saralidze - Bronze Medal (Mathematics);
Tornike Abramishvili - Bronze Medal (Mathematics);
Alexander Barnaveli - Bronze Medal (Physics).
It is noteworthy that the conference was brilliantly organized, each day was loaded with distinctive events. Disneyland (Eftalgin), boating, Arnhem Zoo, Madame Tussauds Amsterdam and many other sights made an indelible impression on the students.

The next XX International Conference will be held in Indonesia, from which the Georgian-American High School team has already received an invitation.

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