Romanian students are the only ones representing Europe at the Asian Physics Olympiad

Newsroom 30/04/2014 | 17:04

Romanian lot of physics students is the only one from Europe that will be presented at the Asian Physics Olympiad, courtesy of an exclusive invitation that Romania received from AphO, the organization in charge with the event.

Romanian physics Olympic lot is coordinated by the professor Adrian Dafinei, while the students are Ileana Rugină (11th grade), Cristian Frunză (11th grade), Gabriel Găitan (11th grade), Dan Eniceicu (10th grade), Tudor Crețu (10th grade) from the International School of Informatics Bucharest as well as Ionuț Ignat (11th grade), student at National College Mircea cel Batran, Constanta.

The students took gold at the International Physics Olympiad 2013 (Cristian Frunză), gold at European Union Science Olympiad 2013 (Ioan Ignat), gold at International Olympiad Tuymaada (Ioan Ignat) in 2012 and 2013, gold at European Union Science Olympiad 2014 (Tudor Crețu).

Oana Vasiliu

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