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Olympics in Physics: Participants honoured

ISK-student convinced with outstanding achievements

ISK-student Roman Eder (in the middle) has been congratulated by Thomas Plankensteiner (Education Directorate for the Tyrol, right) and Herbert Madl (left)

Special skills in physics and mathematics were demonstrated by those students who attended an award ceremoy at the Franziskanergymnasium Hall at the beginning of April. They successfully participated in the Physics Olympics 2019.

The competition has been held in Austria since 1981 and supports gifted young people in this subject area.

Roman Eder from the 5A-class of ISK Tirol was one of the youngest participants in Hall. He convinced with exceptional achievements and solved various tasks brilliantly, such as the theoretical calculation of the dipping process of a submarine or the function of an optical telescope.

 

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