Post sponsored by

MIL OSI Translation. Region: Germany / Germany –

Source: Julich Research Center

Jülich, 14. February 2020 – Six projects, the Jury was impressed by this year at 20. The regional competition “Jugend forscht – schüler experimentieren” at the Forschungszentrum Jülich and with a 1. Place The nine young researchers rewarded: indoor and researchers from Jülich and Aachen are now in the next round, at the country level. A total of 71 children and young people were at the Start and presented 43 projects.

2020 to 20. Time in the Jülich research centre: the regional competition of “Jugend forscht – schüler experimentieren”Copyright: Forschungszentrum Jülich / Ralf-Uwe LimbachMit were four projects, boys and girls in the age group up to 14 years in the “school students experiment” successfully. Jan warrior and Frederik Dreyer of the community primary school in Jülich-West, in biology, studied how Grass grows best. In chemistry convinced Alisa Musika and Helena Milicevic of the Domsingschule Aachen, the Jury with your project, how you can affect the burning time of the match.The two young mathematician Donald Kobbelt and Paul Sträter (Domsingschule Aachen) found, how many patterns can be made up of Three-, Four – and six-corners lay. In the division of physics Milena Schmitz built from the Inda-Gymnasium in Aachen, a fluid-based vibration knife and came to the podium.The “Jugend forscht” took Paul Magnus pasch’s from the Kaiser-Karls-Gymnasium in Aachen, a 1. Course in mathematics with his study of “n-ellipses as a generalization of circles and ellipses”. Felix Hansen (Episcopal Pius-Gymnasium Aachen) won in physics with his project “energy determination of particles in the CMS HGCAL L1 Trigger”.For the current round of “Jugend forscht – schüler experimentieren” have nationwide a total of 11 768 young talent in the MINT subjects enrolled, including 4 742 girls – as many as never before in the history of the Junior competition. The winners of the regional level qualify for the state competitions: in NRW for “Jugend forscht” at 30. March and 1. April in Leverkusen, Germany, for the “school students experiment” on 8. and 9. May in Essen, Germany. The conclusion of the national finals from 21 forms. – 24. In may 2020, in Bremen, Germany.Press Contact:Erhard Zeiss, PressereferentTel.: 02461 61-1841E-Mail:

to the top


EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and/or sentence structure need be perfect.

MIL Translation OSI