Ukrainian students win big at influential science fair
Two students from Ukraine have won prizes in math and science at this year’s International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF)
The jury noticed the works of Phuong Anh Tran and Oleksandr Buzin in math and software. There were more than 1700 participants, including 7 pupils from Ukraine, reports ain.ua.
Phuong Anh Tran, the senior in Cherkasy Physics and Mathematics Lyceum, won the third award in Math section. During the research Towards Common Algorithm for Computation of Polygonal Numbers she was the first to bring the general formula to find the common elements of any two sequences of figured numbers. Her research can be used in cryptography, computer science, bioengineering and nanophysics.
Oleksandr Buzin, the ninth grade pupil from Kyiv won the third award in Software section with his project "Whitestorm JS": A Web Browser 3D Framework. This framework allows to easily create 3D websites and apps in browser.
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