Abilmansur Shines at CERN–Solvay Student Camp in Switzerland

This June, Year 12 student Abilmansur had the incredible opportunity to participate in the prestigious CERN–Solvay Student Camp at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, in Switzerland.

Alongside 29 other high-school students from around the globe, Abilmansur spent a week immersed in the world of particle physics at one of the world's leading research facilities.

The CERN–Solvay Student Camp is a highly selective program that offers young scholars a unique chance to engage directly with cutting-edge scientific research. Selected through a rigorous process, Abilmansur demonstrated exceptional promise and passion for STEM, earning him a place among the 30 chosen participants.

During the camp, Abilmansur had the opportunity to conduct hands-on experiments, tour various research facilities, and interact with CERN staff, gaining invaluable insights into the field of particle physics. The experience was designed to not only deepen participants' understanding of scientific concepts but also to inspire them towards future careers in STEM.

Throughout the week-long event, attendees participated in a range of activities, including:

One of the highlights of the camp was the collaborative research projects. Participants worked in small groups under the guidance of CERN’s scientific volunteers, allowing them to experience the collaborative nature of scientific research and develop teamwork skills.

Abilmansur's participation in the CERN–Solvay Student Camp is a testament to his dedication and enthusiasm for STEM. We are incredibly proud of his achievements and look forward to seeing his future contributions to the field of science.

To learn more about Abilmansur’s experience and hear directly from him, watch this video!

We wish Abilmansur all the best in his future STEM endeavors and are excited to see where his passion for science will take him next.

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