Oleh: Redaksi e-Newsletterdisdik | April 24, 2011

SATU LAGI MANTAN SISWA SMPN 5 BATUSANGKAR MELAJU GO INTERNATIONAL

SATU LAGI MANTAN SISWA SMPN 5 BATUSANGKAR MELAJU GO INTERNATIONAL

SMP N 5 BATUSANGKAR tak habis habis nya menghasilkan siswa berprestasi, di mulai dari dasar pendidikan yang berkualitas menghasilkan siswa yang berkwalitas pula,

Disini saya menyampaikan informasi yang sangat menggembirakan, salah satu mantan siswa SMP N 5 Batusangkar (sekarang siswa kelas 1 SMA Kharisma Bangsa Bording School Turkey Fondation Jakarta jalur bea siswa) setelah sebelumnya menyabet medali emas OSN Makasar 2007 Bidang Biologi dan pada tahun 2009 berhasil menggapai medali perunggu di International Junior Science Olimpiad (IJSO) Azerbaijan, dan pada tahun 2011 ini Elza berhasil lolos seleksi karya ilmiah yang diselenggarakan oleh Academy Tehnology of Finland Helsinky, keberhasil Elza tersebut setelah sebelumnya mengalahkan 1450 peserta dari 100 Negara dan menempatkan nya menjadi 30 peserta yang terseleksi mendapatkan undangan mempertahankan desertasi  karya ilmiah nya di Academy Tehnology of Finland pada tanggal 09 – 19 Juni 2011, bersama dengan salah satu peserta dari Indonesia yang berhasil lolos  bernama Andita Emirania, yang secara kebetulan juga berasal dari satu sekolahan dengan Elza, berikut hasil pengumuman nya :

The final decision has now been made and the names of the 2011 MY Campers have been made public. The 30 MY Campers represent 22 nationalities and girls are in slight majority.

MY Camp is all about team work. Photo: Veli-Matti Vesterinen.

“Just like last year, all the applicants were of a high standard,” says Professor Maija Aksela, Chair of the Millennium Youth Camp Steering Group.

“The selection process was by no means easy, but the best proposals – innovative ideas which would be feasible to implement – did stand out,” Aksela continues referring to the project plans that the 100 applicants, chosen for the second round of the application process, compiled.

Producing project plans gave the young applicants an opportunity to demonstrate their skills.

“The project plans submitted in the second round featured many creative elements including videos, sound samples and a wide variety of images,” Aksela says. “They clearly demonstrated that young people truly want to be involved in creating solutions such as alternative energy sources and innovative mobility solutions.”

16 girls, 14 boys

Almost half the applicants, who made it through to the second round, were girls, and 16 of them were selected as final MY Camp participants.

The selected young people, who share similar interests come from all the world’s continents. In addition to four young Finns, this year’s MY Campers come from Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Finland, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Japan, Kazakhstan, Mexico, Nepal, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Thailand, Uganda, Ukraine and the United States.

MY Camp’s purpose is to stimulate interest in science and technology among young people and raise awareness of the study and working opportunities available in Finland.

A highlight of the 2011 MY Camp will be the chance to meet Stephen Furber, one of the 2010 Millennium Technology Prize Laureates. Furber will be offering MY Campers advice on how to pursue a scientific career.

“I’m happy that a scientist of such high repute is willing to give his time to encourage young people to take up science studies,” says Ainomaija Haarla, President and CEO, Technology Academy Finland and Chair of the Millennium Youth Camp project.

“Our aim is to motivate young people to seek a career in technological or scientific sectors. One day, perhaps, a MY Camper will be awarded the Millennium Technology Prize.”

The names and theme groups of the 30 MY Campers:

Renewable energy and natural resources
• Dennis Baffoe Agyei (M), Ghana
• Radu Bors (M), Romania
• Sagar Khavnekar (M), India
• Emma Morris (F), Austria
Elza Shofia (F), Indonesia
• Yi Lin Zheng (F), New Zealand

ICT and digitalisation
• Vivek Dhakal (M), Nepal
• Masahiro Kanai (M), Japan
• Arian Kermanchi (M), Finland
• Esther Nabirye (F), Uganda
• Anna Poplavska (F), Ukraine
• Tatyana Skripnikova (F), Kazakhstan

Climate change
• Andita Emirania (F), Indonesia
• Sara Laurila (F), Finland
• Bonnie Lei (F), United States
• Bruno Marinič (M), Slovenia
• Alin-Florin Simionescu (M), Romania
• Titinun Suannun (F), Thailand

Applied mathematics
• Cristian Aleman (M), Nicaragua
• Fiona Caverly (F), Ireland
• Nyyti Kinnunen (F), Finland
• Rodrigo Morales Mendoza (M), Mexico
• Yanitsa Pehova (F), Bulgaria
• Evelyn Qian (F), New Zealand

Water
• Casey Crownhart (F), United States
• Dušan Krstić (M), Serbia
• Essi Paunisaari (F), Finland
• Domagoj Segregur (M), Croatia
• Anton Tugushev (M), Russia
• Parth Vaidya (M), India

Eddy Purwanto SE

Ayah dari  Elza Firdiani Sofia

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