The success of Polish students in the 52nd International Physical Olympiad

07/22/2022

The 52nd International Physics Olympiad (IPhO 2022), held online (July 10-17), has ended. Once again, the Polish students did not disappoint! During the international competition, young physicists won two silver, two bronze and one honorable mention.

Poland national team results

The Polish team won the silver medals by:

  • Philip Baciak – a student of the first public secondary school Stanisław Staszic in Chrzanów,
  • Stanislav Karpijczyk A student at the 14th Stanisław Staszic General Secondary School in Warsaw.

The brown disc is the achievement:

  • Matthew Kaminski – Student of VI Liceum Ogólnokształcące im. Adam Mickiewicz in Krakow
  • Casper Basyurek A student at the fifth general education secondary August Witkowski in Krakow.

He was honored with distinction Peter Borodako From August Witkowski’s Fifth General Secondary School in Krakow.

These are the best results of our students at the International Physical Olympiad in several years.

International Physics Olympiad

The first International Physics Olympiad was held in Warsaw in 1967. Only 5 countries participated in the competition at that time. The competition was organized by A. Czeslaw Ścisłowski. Over time, the project began to develop. In 2018, teams from 92 countries from all over the world participated in the Olympics.

Individual countries are sending 5 talented young physicists to participate in the International Physical Olympiad. During the competition, students face an empirical and theoretical test.

The next edition of the Olympics will be held in Japan in 2023.