Fifth International Microelectronics Olympiad of Armenia 

 

 

Fifth annual International Microelectronics Olympiad of Armenia took place in October 2010. This year’s competition reflected the region’s diversity by including participants from Russia, Ukraine, Jordan, Bulgaria and Serbia. Of more than 200 competitors in the Olympiad, 132 were students from Armenian universities: State Engineering University of Armenia (SEUA), Yerevan State University (YSU), Russian-Armenian (Slavonic) State University (RAU) and European Regional Educational Academy (ERIICTA); State Informatics College of Armenia and Yerevan Physics Institute; Gyumri Information Technologies Center (GITC). A number of participating students were from universities outside of Armenia: Moscow Institute of Electronics Technology (MIET); Saint-Petersburg Electrotechnical University (LETI); Saint-Petersburg State University of Information Technology, Mechanics and Optics (ITMO), Kharkov National University of Radio Electronics (KNURE); Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST), Princess Sumaya University for Technology (PSUT), University of Niš and University of Serbia. Ten prizes were awarded to the top performers.

The Olympiad was conducted in two stages. The first stage, which entailed a test involving a number of basic tasks, was held on the following dates: October 4 in Kharkov, October 9 in Moscow, October 10 in Gyumri, October 7 in Niš and Serbia, October 8 in Saint-Petersburg, and September 18 in Yerevan. The top contestants advanced to the second stage, which involved a challenging contest and complex engineering tasks requiring advanced solutions. Of the more than 200 participants in the first stage, only 50 qualified to go on to the second stage, which was held October 28 in Yerevan at the Synopsys Armenia Educational Department (SAED). Of these 50 students, three were from Gyumri, two from Moscow, one from Saint-Petersburg, two from Jordan and one from Serbia.

 

 

Rich Goldman
President of Armenian Microelectronics Olympiad Organizing Committee

It is a great pleasure to welcome you to the Fifth Armenian Microelectronics Olympiad during this wonderful time of Golden Autumn in the beautiful city of Yerevan. MORE


Tigran Sargsyan
RA Prime Minister

I welcome the organizers and participants of the Fifth Annual International Microelectronics Olympiad of Armenia held in the framework of Synopsys Week in Armenia. MORE

Synopsys held an evening reception on October 29 in Yerevan at the Chamber Music Hall to announce the winners of the fifth annual International Microelectronics Olympiad of Armenia.

   
   
     

Category I

Osipyan Hasmik
SEUA, Master’s Program, 2nd year, Electronic Engineering

Category II

Sahakyan Tigran
SEUA, Master’s Program, 1st year, Electronic Engineering

Category III

Akram Bassam Kamel Malkawe
Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST), 5th year Bachelor student

Zubov Igor
Moscow Institute of Electronic Technology (MIET), 1st year Ph.D. student

Best Engineering Solution

Grigoryants Vardan
SEUA, Master’s Program, 1st year, Cybernetics

Best Result from Gyumri

Atoyan Hovhannes
Graduate of Computer Engineering Department of Gyumri Information Technology Center

Best Result from Serbia

Petkovich Milos
University of Nis, 2nd year Ph.D. student

Best Out-of-the-Box Solution

Aslanyan Hamlet
SEUA, Master’s Program, 1st year, Electronic Engineering

Most Efficient Solution

Baranov Anatoli
St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University "LETI", 2nd year Master student

Most Creative Approach

Mohammad Nazem Mohammad Abu-Sada
Princess Sumaya University for Technology, 4th year Bachelor student