Science Project Presentations, Competitions, and Conferences

No.

Tentative Schedules

Programs/ Organizers/ Countries

Presentation Topics

No. of Projects

Participants

1

The second week of January
(7 days)

The International Science Youth Forum (ISYF)
at Hwa Chong Institute/ SINGAPORE

Science
Mathematics

1

1-3 students
1 teacher

2

Beginning of February
(7 days)

Philippines International Science Fair/ The PHILIPPINES

Science
Mathematics

1

1-2 students
1 teacher

3

Beginning of March
(7 days)
Every two years

Regional Congress, Search for SEAMEO Young Scientists (SSYS) by Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization Regional Centre for Education in Science and Mathematics (SEAMEO RECSAM)/ Penang, MALAYSIA

Science
Mathematics

1 +

1-3 students per project

4

March – April
(7 days)

North Carolina Student Academy of Science Annual Meeting and North Carolina State Science Fair at North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics/
Durham, North Carolina, The UNITED STATES

Science
Mathematics

1

1-3 students
1 teacher

5

Beginning of April
(7 days)

International Environmental Project Olympiad
(INEPO EUROASIA/ Baku, AZERBAIJAN

Energy
Engineering
Environment

1

2 students
(aged 13 -19)

6

April (7 days)

The 15th Elementz Science Research Conference
at Anderson Junior College/ SINGAPORE

Science
Mathematics

1 +

1-3 students per project

7

Beginning of May
(7 days)

Kolmogorov Readings, The International Science Conference for High School at A.N. Kolmogorov School/ Moscow, RUSSIA

Chemistry
Biology
Physics
Mathematics
Computer Science

1-5

7-10 students
1 teacher

8

Beginning of May
(7 days)

International Sustainable World Energy Engineering Environment Project Olympiad (I-SWEEEP)/
Houston, The UNITED STATES

Energy
Engineering
Environmental Science

1

1-3 students (Grade 9-12)

9

The second week of May
(7 days)

Intel International Science and Engineering Fair
(Intel ISEF), The UNITED STATES

Animal/ Plant Sciences
Behavioral and Social Sciences
Biochemistry
Biology 
Chemistry
Computer Science
Earth and Planetary Science
Engineering
Energy and Transportation
Environmental Sciences
Mathematical Sciences
Medicine and Health Sciences
Microbiology
Physics and Astronomy

1 +

1-3 students per project

The winners of Thailand Young Scientist Competition
(Grade 9-11)

10

May (7 days)
Every two years

Singapore International Science Challenge
at National Junior College/ SINGAPORE

Science

1

1-3 students
1 teacher

11

May
(7 days)

INFOMATRIX/ Bucharest, ROMANIA 

Programming
Computer Art
Hardware Control
Short Movie
Robotics

1-2

1-2 students per project
(aged 10-22)

12

Beginning of June
(7 days)

International Environment & Scientific Project Olympiad (INESPO)/ The NETHERLANDS

Environmental Science

1 +

1-3 students per project
(aged 13-18)

13

June (5 days) every 2 years Singapore International Science Challenge at National Junior College/ SINGAPORE Science
Mathematics
1-2 1-6

14

June – August
(7 days)

Australian Student Science Fair, Australian Science and Mathematics School/ Adelaide, AUSTRALIA

Science
Mathematics

1-3

1-2 students per project

15

June (7 days)

International Youth Conference
at Raffles Institution/ SINGAPORE

Science
Mathematics
Environmental Science

1

1-2 students
1 teacher

16

June – August (7 days)
(Varied by Host Countries)

International Student Science Fair/ ISSF Members

Science
Mathematics

1-2

1-3 students per project
1 teacher

20

July (4 days)

Global Science Link/ JAPAN and SINGAPORE

Science
Mathematics

1-2

1-4

17

July (6 days)

International Symposium at Hana Academy Seoul/
Republic of KOREA

Science
Mathematics
Social Science
Education

1-2

1-3 students per project

18

August (7 days)

Asia Pacific Conference of Young Scientist/
Asian Pacific Countries

Physics
Mathematics
Computer Science
Life Science
Environmental Science

1-2

1-3 students per project

19

August (7 days)
Every two years

Korea Science Academy Science Fair
at Korea Science Academy of  KAIST/ Republic of KOREA

Science
Mathematics

1-2

1-3 students per project
1 teacher

Additional 3 students and 1 teacher from PCC

21

The second week of November
(7 days)

Japan Super Science Fair at Ritsumeikan High School/ Kyoto, JAPAN

Science
Mathematics
Environmental Science

1-5

1-3 students per project
1 teacher

Additional 3 students and 1 teacher from PCC

 
 
  Academic Competitions

No.

Tentative Schedules

Programs/ Organizers/ Countries

Activities

No. of Teachers

No. of Students

1

January (7 days)

Raffles Invitational Mathematics Olympiad (RIMO) at Raffles Institution/ SINGAPORE

Mathematics Competitions

1

1-4

2

May (7 days)
Every two years

Singapore International Mathematics Challenge at National University of Singapore High School of Mathematics and Science/ SINGAPORE

Mathematics Competitions

1

1-4

 

 

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