Fyziklani International 2022
Based on the feedback of the participants of Fyziklani during the last years, we decided to extend the activities around the Fyziklani competition. We applied and were approved for the Erasmus+ Programme – Key Action 1 – Youth Exchanges.
Please note that the capacity of the programme is limited and the vast majority of places is filled, therefore there will be no public registration.
September 2021: Working hard to prepare it for February 2022!
October 2020: The pandemic unfortunatelly striked again. The project is postponed for February 2022.
July 2020: The project has been approved! Fyziklani Internationnal will take place (unless a pandemic strikes again).
6th May 2020: We have submitted the project and are waiting for its (dis)approval.
13th Apr 2020: Currently, we are finishing the planned programme, working on the project text and searching for partners. We have already contacted several institutions and foreign teams that participated during the last years of the Fyziklani. However, if you are interested, you can contact us at this moment.
The full name of the project is Fyziklani International 2022 – Let's Discover European Physics. For easier administration, we are going to apply as an informal group of FYKOS organisers. However, we will cooperate with the Charles University to coordinate this project and the Fyziklani competition.
The main goals of this project are
- To extend the stay in Prague for groups (team + team leader) selected by partners of this project to 5 days.
- To have the possibility to know each other better and create a social network of young people interested in Physics.
- To share elementary information about the general culture of the participating countries.
- To improve knowledge of the scientists (especially physicists) of participating countries, scientific workplaces in Prague and neighbourhood
- To enhance understanding of the contributions of the European Union to the science and EU in general.
The planned term of the youth exchange is from 8th Feb until 14th Feb 2022 in Prague1)
UK: Tonbridge School – a prestigious boarding and day school for boys in Tonbridge. The participants have entered the Online Physics Brawl for the last 3 years as part of the school’s enrichment strategy which provides opportunities beyond the exam syllabus.
Spain: Retamar S. A. – a group from the Colegio Retamar school with notable record of participation in the Online Physics Brawl and Fyziklani, as well as academic competitions, such as physics olympiads, or research competitions for high school students.
Latvia: Biedrība Rīgas Valsts 1. ģimnāzijas skolēnu dalībai starptautiskos projektos – an informal group of students from the Riga State Gymnasium No. 1 with experience in multiple physics team competitions and top prizes in Latvian National Physics Olympiads.
Slovakia: Secondary grammar school of Jan Adam Rayman – a school with vast experience in physics competitions from regional to international level, including in the physics olympiad, Fyziklani, or Physics Naboj.
Poland: IV Liceum Ogolnoksztalcace im. Tadeusza Kosciuszki – each year ranked as one of the 100 best high schools in Poland according to the national ranking “Perspektywy”, the school participates in various exchange programs with the schools from Angers (France), and Philadelphia (the USA).
Tuesday 8th Feb 2022: arrival and administration
Wednesday 9th Feb 2022: official opening, excursions to scientific workplaces around Prague, national evening
Thursday 10th Feb 2022: One day with physics, Euroquiz
Friday 11th Feb 2022: Fyziklani, formal banquet after Fyziklani
Saturday 12th Feb 2022: participants’ presentations of the science in their country, educational walk around Prague
Sunday 13th Feb 2022: preparation and presenting of presentations about the scientific workplaces visited on Wednesday, official closing
Monday 14th Feb 2022: departure day
For further details, you can contact us via email firstname.lastname@example.org.