Kazakhstani schoolchildren won 45 gold medals at the international INFORMATICS-ASIA competition

At the final stage of the International Computer Projects Competition INFORMATICS-ASIA, 450 schoolchildren participated, presenting 184 projects from four countries: Kazakhstan, Hong Kong, Turkmenistan, and Kyrgyzstan.

Kazakhstani students demonstrated impressive results, winning 45 gold, 72 silver, and 98 bronze medals.

The competition was conducted in English and covered six categories: robotics (FLL Challenge and Arduino Hackathon), computer programming, computer graphics and art, applied research projects, short films, and applied mathematics projects.

The goal of the competition is to identify, support, and develop talented youth who show an interest in scientific research in the field of information technologies. Additionally, the main objectives include developing new projects based on the research work of gifted students, using their creativity as an effective tool for the development of the information technology industry, and strengthening international cooperation and exchange of creative experience with representatives from different countries.

It is worth noting that this competition has been held in Kazakhstan for over 10 years, and during this time, about 5,000 students from 20 countries have participated in the scientific event.

The winners of the competitions were awarded grants from prestigious universities in the country and the world. Currently, they are successfully realizing themselves in various fields such as videography, design, programming, and others.

The organizers of the competition are the Republican Scientific and Practical Center "Daryn" of the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the International Public Foundation "Bіlіm-Innovation". The International Technopark Astana Hub served as a sponsor of INFORMATICS-ASIA. Support was also provided by Sergek Projects, Documentolog Global Limited, and IT CEO Club.

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