Filip Piękoś, a talented 16-year-old from Jarosław, Poland, has achieved remarkable success at the prestigious Regeneron ISEF 2023 competition held in Texas. Filip secured third place in the highly competitive “Embedded Systems” category. He was honored with a special award from the IEEE as well.
Filip’s innovative project, a programmable computer keyboard designed specifically for individuals with disabilities in their lower and upper limbs, earned him well-deserved recognition and a significant $600 reward. He was inspired by a friend facing challenges in operating a computer due to illness. So he aimed to address the issue of social exclusion arising from such limitations. His dedication and creativity shone through, making him deserving of this accolade.
Regeneron ISEF 2023 is the world’s premier international science competition for students under 20. It showcased 1,333 projects from more than 100 countries spanning 21 diverse categories. Participants competed for scholarships exceeding $100,000, research opportunities and internships. There were two prestigious special awards as well. One of them was the esteemed Gordon E. Moore Award for research vital to future generations. The second was the Craig R. Barret Award for projects integrating technology, engineering, and mathematics.
For further details about Filip Piękoś and his groundbreaking project, we invite you to explore our website here. To delve deeper into the competition and its inspiring endeavors, visit the official website Regeneron ISEF 2023. Stay tuned for more updates on Filip’s extraordinary journey in science and innovation.
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