Turkish girl wins international prize in physics
İlayda Şamilgil won the an annual international competition in research projects in physics, which is awarded by an organization committee based in Poland. DHA PhotoA Turkish girl has won an international prize in physics, after competing with young people from around 70 countries.
İlayda Şamilgil won the an annual international competition in research projects in physics, which is awarded by an organization committee based in Poland.
Her project, related to determining the water level in any liquid by using magnetics, has came first among around 5,000 other projects. Şamilgil is a 12th grader and had previously sent her project to TÜBİTAK but was not able to receive any degree.
The competition targets high school students who are interested in physics and are willing to perform their own research works in physics.
The title of the “First Step to the Nobel Prize” expresses the dream of all young physicists, and the competition is completely independent of the Nobel institution in Sweden. The new president of the Organizing Committee of the competition is Prof. Dr. Maciej Kolwas and secretary is Dr. Dorota Klinger.