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Ranking for 8th IJSO 2011

No Country Gold Silver Bronze Medal Mark 1. Chinese Taipei 6 18 2. Thailand 3 3 15 3. Russian Federation 3 3 15 4. Singapore 3 3 15 5. South Korea 3 3 15 6. India 2 4 14 7. Hong Kong 1 5 13 8. Hungary 1 4 1 12 9. Germany 1 1 4 9 10. Romania 2 4 8 11. Vietnam 3 3 9 12. Brazil 3 3 9 13. Indonesia 3 3 9 14. Serbia 2 4 8 15. Phillipines 3 2 8 16. Slovakia 1 5 7 17. Lithuania 1 2 4 18. Netherlands 1 4 6 19. South Africa 5 5 20. Azerbaijan 1 1 3 21. Estonia 6 6 22. Moldova 4 4 23. Myanmar 3 3 24. Argentina 2 2 25. Zimbabwe 2 2 26. Ghana 3 3 27. Croatia 1 1 28. Kazakhstan 1 1 29. Ireland 1 1 30. Australia 1 1 31. Sri Lanka 1 1 32. Cyprus 1 1 33. Kenya 1 1 34. Nigeria 2 2 35. Iran 1 1 36. Czech Republic 1 1 37. Tajikistan 1 1 38. U.A.E. Dubai 1 1 39. Kuwait 1 1 Total Medals 23 46 75   Experimental Results : No Country Student Name 1. Thailand Angkoolpakdeekul Thanat Wathanapenpaiboon Sorawich Kulsumetha Natcha 2. Hong Kong Cheng Justin Ho-ching Lo Kwun-yu Cheung Ka-nam 3. Singapore Tan Gabriel Cho Ming En Lim Shu Ning   Theory Ranking : No Country Student Name 1. Chinese Taipei Chang Bo-Jyun 2. Chinese Taipei Hsu Shiuan-Hao 3. Chinese Taipei Chang Cyuan-Han 4. Russian Federation Maksutov Aynur 5. South Korea Kim Sun Hae 6. Russian Federation Didin Maxim 7. South Korea Hwang In Su 8. Chinese Taipei Yang Tsung-Shan 9. South Korea Choi Hyeok 10. Chinese ...

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Xu Nai Lun, The Overall and Best Theoretical Winner of The 3rd IJSO

I am Nai Lun, Xu, the winner of Best Theoretical prize and Overall prize, from Chinese Taipei. Now, I am studying in second grade at National Tainan first senior high school. My interests are physics and chemistry. I like researching theories. Besides, I also enjoy doing experiments. I won the ...

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Yang Hung I, The Best Theory Winner of The 4th IJSO

I am Eric Yang, growing up in southern part of Taiwan. Now, I am studying in first grade at National Tainan first senior high school. I enjoy sports, especially badminton. My family and I often go to the suburban area to ride bikes. I am learning kung-fu now, particularly in ...

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Tung Yu Hung, The Theoretical Winner Of The 5th IJSO

I am an ordinary student from Taiwan, a beautiful country. Optimistic and adventurous, self-confident and full of curiosity, that is me. I have been interested in science since little. I always prefer to stay in labs to do research for a whole day, not by the study but by an ...

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Chen Yu An, The Overall Winner of The 4th IJSO

I am Yu An, Chen from Taiwan, R.O.C. I hadn’t heard about any kind of international competition in science like International Junior Science Olympiad competition before I went to junior high school. Even I heard this kind of competition; I never thought I would attend it before. Although I was ...

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Other Issues to be discussed at the International Board

Other Issues to be discussed at the International Board (IB) Meeting in Azerbaijan: Election Procedures of EC members Hosting IJSO by each members must be announced after five years of joining. Propose The Schedule for the IB Meeting to the LOC of the 6th IJSO

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IJSO Statutes (to be discussed)

IJSO Statutes (to be discussed / modified / edited at the 6th IJSO in Azerbaijan) available at Download

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New Participant Countries

The member of IJSO is now reaching 57 countries. According to the statue of IJSO starting 2009 at the 6th IJSO in Baku-Azerbaijan, each new country that has never been participating IJSO previously, will not be allowed to participate directly with a full team, but the representative of each new ...

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Vice President of IJSO and President of Society for International Gifted in Science (SIGS) Visiting Indonesia

Prof. Sang Chun Lee (Vice President of IJSO for Asian region) accompanied by his wife and Prof. Hasuck Kim (president of Society for International Gifted in Science) were visiting Indonesia from January 8th - 12th, 2008. The purpose of the visit was related with the 5th IJSO in Korea that will ...

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