A Hungarian high school student has won a special prize in the European Union Young Scientists Competition
There was great Hungarian success in the finals of the EU’s most prestigious talent search. According to the Hungarian Innovation Association, Sylvester Laskay, a student at Mihaly Fazekas High School in Debrecen, won one of the special prizes in the European Union Young Scientists Competition for the age group of 14 to 20 years.
In the 34th edition of the competition, the finalists were selected from among 65,000 young people from 37 countries around the world. Szilveszter Laskai, a student at Fazekas Mihály High School in Debrecen He received a special award from the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) for his application titled Traction Inverter Design using SiC Semiconductors in the competition held in Brussels from 12 to 17 September.
Many Hungarian students reached the finals with him. Ákos Vida, a student at Veres Péter High School in Békásmegyer, won the award for her work titled “Gaming Accessibility,” while recent graduates from Bánki Donát Pech Antal Technikum in Tatabánya, Ákos Óvári and Balázs Szőnyi, won for their work titled Thermographic- Leadership support system in place. They prepared the three applications for the first prize of the Hungarian Innovation Society for the 32nd National Science and Innovation Olympiad to be held in 2022/2023. The Hungarian delegation in Brussels was led by Gabor Ivanka, member of the OTIO jury and president of MAFITUD.