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Young Scientist Exhibition

Students who may be interested in entering the next Young Scientist competition should contact Mr. O’Briain and may also discuss their ideas with their Science teacher.

The 2014 BT-Young Scientist winner is Paul Clarke (St. Paul’s College, Raheny)

His project:  “Contributions to Cyclic Graph Theory”


Overview:

In its 50th year the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition is much more than a competition; it is an unforgettable experience of a lifetime for the students who take part.


The exhibition itself is the final stage in the competition which is open to all second level students from Ireland, both North and South. As well as the 550 student projects on display, there are a further four exhibition halls filled with science and technology based exhibits and entertainment, making it a thrilling event for those who enter and for general visitors too.

There are over 100 prizes to be won, including the prestigious
BT Young Scientist(s) of the Year Award and the chance to represent Ireland at the European Union Contest for Young Scientists.

Many previous winners of the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition have gone on to amazing careers in the science and technology industries. Indeed, many of them used their award as a springboard to launch their professional lives.


For more detailed information including entry details visit:
http://www.btyoungscientist.ie

Also on display at 2014 Exhibition:


Stand numbers:                                           

4105    "A study of dream recollection"       Eoin O'Kelly
           Junior Individual Social and Behavioural Sciences

1537    "An investigation into counting cards In Blackjack, devising            a new method of counting cards and writing a computer            program that counts cards with accurate results"
           Aidan Fitzpatrick and Jack MacNamara
           Intermediate Group Chemical, Physical and Mathematical            Sciences.

2506     “Easy shell- A natural language command-line interpreter"             Ben Dowling and Rowan Kidney Clarke
            Intermediate Group Technology




Open Sat 11 Jan  

0930   to  1730

Adults: €12

Students €6,    

Family Ticket: €25


          Photos

"Automatic explanation of computer programs in the  user's native language" (Stand 2611)

            Rory Hughes and Daniel Mulcahy

             1st place Senior Group Technology

"Hephaestus- A single body sensor for whole body gesture recognition" (Stand  2307)
            Eoin McMahon         
            3rd place Senior Individual Technology

BT Young Scientist Exhibition 2015


Students interested in entering a project should meet Mr. O’Briain.


Details of when to meet are here


Students should also visit the website