- EuPhO 2021 teams
As of June 2, 46 teams from the following countries have registered for this year’s European Physics Olympiad:
Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Colombia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Ecuador, Estonia, Georgia, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, India, Iran, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Macau, Macedonia, Mexico, Moldova, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Tajikistan, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom.
- About EuPhO 2021
The Academic Committee of EuPhO convened online on 14th February, and as a result, I can inform you about the following.
1. EuPhO-2021 will take place online, between 19th and 26th June, with the competition days being 19th and 20th June. This is based on the feedback received from you: all the teams will be able to compete on 19th and 20th June, and Sunday-Saturday are the preferred competition days.
2. The fees will be 90€ per contestant for official teams, and 125€ per contestant for the guest teams.
3. The regulations will mostly copy the regulations of EuPhO-2020. In
particular, the experiment will be again virtual. However, with the
accumulated experience from EuPhO-2020 and increased budget, we aim to make it more streamlined.
4. EuPhO-2022 will take place in Slovenia, and EuPhO-2023 in Germany.
5. The first circular will be sent out, and the pre-registration of EuPhO-2021 will open soon.
NB! While we do have a pool of good problem proposals, our primary goal
is to make as good and exciting as possible problem sets. If you have an
original problem which you believe could fit both in style and difficulty for EuPhO, please send it to me by e-mail. Please put it into an encrypted container (.7z, .zip), and send the container to email@example.com while sending the password to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Finally, if you have received the medals, I would be happy to receive photos of your team with medals, for uploading to the EuPhO web page. It could be the whole team together (possibly with team leaders), or a collage of the photos of individual contestants. Please send the photos to email@example.com.
- EuPhO 2020 – Japan team with medals
- EuPhO 2020 – Some media coverage around the world
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- RUSSIAN SCHOOLCHILDREN WIN 5 AWARDS AT EUROPEAN PHYSICS OLYMPIAD
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- Vietnamese team enjoy big win at European Physics Olympiad 2020
- Indonesian students win gold, silver medals at European Physics Olympiad
- Hebat! Indonesia Raih Absolute Winner dan Best Experimental Result di Olimpiade
- Two bronze medals and two appreciation certificates for Syria in European Physics Olympiad
- Saudis win honor at physics competition
- Belgrade students win five medals at European Physic Olympiad
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- Kazakistan’daki Bilim İnovasyon Lisesi öğrencisi, Fizik Olimpiyatları’nda altın madalya kazandı
- Tevž Lotrič je osvojil zlato medaljo na 4. EuPhO
- Physikolympiade per Zoom
- Очередной успех азербайджанских школьников
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- เยาวชนไทยคว้า 5 เหรียญฟิสิกส์โอลิมปิก EuPhO 2020
- 4 جوائز للمملكة في EuPhO 2020
- ЗЛАТО И ЧЕТИРИ БРОНЗА ОТ ЕВРОПЕЙСКАТА ОЛИМПИАДА ПО ФИЗИКА (ОНЛАЙН)
- Việt Nam giành huy chương Vàng Olympic Vật lý châu Âu
Original post: https://www.facebook.com/eurpho/
- A brief summary of EuPhO 2020
Dear students, leaders, observers, visitors, and all who took part in the preparation of this Olympiad,
The intense week of EuPhO 2020 has successfully ended. The online format was a new experience for all of us, and we are happy to say that it went well. We didn’t have any technical problems – something that is quite rare in this type of undertaking. On Monday and Tuesday, we had the theoretical and experimental rounds respectively, with starting times that were different depending on which parts of the world the students were. During that time the Zoom meeting was up and running for 28 hours in total. This was probably one of the largest and longest Zoom meetings ever held.
53 countries participated in EuPhO 2020, with 260 students in total. We hope that you enjoyed the problems and are happy with your results. Maybe some of you did not fully express your skills this time, but you learned new things about physics and new ways to tackle tough problems.
Thank You all who worked hard for the success of this Olympiad. Thank You Students for participating and congratulations to the winners!
The list of participating countries
Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Colombia, Czech Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Germany, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Indonesia, Iran, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Korea, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Macedonia, Mexico, Moldova, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Suriname, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom, Vietnam.
Medals and prizes awarded
10 special prizes, 27 gold medals, 49 silver medals, 60 bronze medals, 40 honourable mentions. EuPhO 2020 results
Head of the examinations: Barbara Roos.
Her helpers: Nicolà Gantenbein, Rael Kalda, Erki Leht, Nata-Ly Pantšenko, Jürgen Rajasalu, Sebastian Stengele, plus several leaders and observers.
Codes for experiments were written by Richard Luhtaru, Taavet Kalda, Paul Stanley.
Team of graders
Alwaleed Aldirgham, Thomas Bergamaschi, Petra Brčić, Gabriel Capelo, Eugen Dizer, Stefan Dolteanu, Ivan Erofeev, Thomas Foster, Gabriel Golfetti, Kaarel Hänni, Samarth Hawaldar, Jānis Hūns, Victor Ivanov, Joonas Kalda, Jaan Kalda, Vyacheslavs Kashcheyevs, Batuhan KESKİN, Arina Kuznetsova, Oliver Lindström, Richard Luhtaru, Vladimir Malinovskii, Roberto Marín, Lev Melnikovsky, Tan Nguyen, Stefan Petersen, Prathyush Poduval, Nikita Poljakov, Elvinas Ribinskas, Barbara Roos, Johannes Rothe, Kirill Shiyanov, Päivo Simson, Prakhar Singh, Paul Stanley, Erik Sünderhauf, Krisztián Szász, Gábor Széchenyi, Damiano Tietto, Siddharth Tiwary, Jaan Toots, Đức Huy Trần, Xuân Tùng Trần, Ivan Uteshev, Máté Vigh, Ilia Zykov.