International School of Bucharest- ISB will host the 16th edition of the Infomatrix World’s Final between 11th to 13th May. Infomatrix is an international competition organised by Fundatia Lumina Institutii de Invatamant since 2003 with the purpose to enable the best IT students from around the world to present their very exciting IT & C projects.
This year, more than 700 students and teachers from 43 countries will participate in the 16th edition of Infomatrix, presenting over 350 projects in the categories of Programming, Computer Art, Hardware Control, Short Movie, Robotics, Drone, Maze.
The winners will be rewarded with gold medals and prizes. The winners of each category are going to receive $ 1,000 from Fundatia Lumina Institutii de Invatamant.
Infomatrix’s international partners are: BOSEPO – Bosnia and Herzegovina, E (x) plory – Poland, NENC – Ukraine, Seaward Woo College – Hong Kong, Solacyt – Mexico, ATAST – Tunisia, HIBS.
The sponsors of this year’s edition are: Star Storage, Microsoft, IBM, ASUS, iStyle, PharmaLink, Solid System and StarTech Team. Many thanks to the sponsors for offering important prizes for the winners. Representatives of the sponsors are also members of juries who will evaluate the projects in the competition.
As a complete piece of news added this year, the first course of student-guided drone will be held in Romania tomorrow, at the 16th edition.
In addition to the already traditional robot competitions, many projects will be featured in Infomatrix, where students are practically preparing the world for the future.
An alert system prior to the occurrence of natural disasters (floods, earthquakes) – the brilliant work of a team of students from Romania, or an inexpensive tool that can be used in agriculture on accidental land, robots that can help people with medical problems or toys that can help children learn programming more easily, are just a few of the multitude of projects that will be presented at Infomatrix International IT Competition.
The participants in Infomatrix 2018 are already preparing the technology of the future, and the projects they have brought to ISB are fully demonstrating this