Aditya Joshi (15) and Aditya Kumar (16), are the winners of this year’s BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition.
Both of them from Synge Street in Dublin have won the top prize for their project entitled “A New Method of Solving the Bernoulli Quadrisection Problem”.
The project has been presented by the two students in the Intermediate section in the Chemical, Physical and Mathematical Sciences category.
According to the two students, the project has a practical use within designing electronic circuits.
The announcement was made this afternoon at the second virtual BTYSTE, held online due to Covid-19.
The two winners will now take home the BTYSTE perpetual trophy, as well as a €7,500 cash prize.
The students will also be representing Ireland at the European Union Contest for Young Scientists, which will take place in September.