At GTU The winner of the “Young Scientists Scientific Week” logo contest was revealed

At GTU The winner of the “Young Scientists Scientific Week” logo contest was revealed

 

At GTU The winner of the “Young Scientists Scientific Week” logo contest was revealed

02-04-2024
At GTU The winner of the “Young Scientists Scientific Week” logo contest was revealed
At Georgian Technical University, the best student’s work of the “GTU Young Scientists Scientific Week” competition to create the logo was announced.

In the competition, which was held by the “Georgian Technical University” with the support of the Ministry of Education, Science and Youth of Georgia, the competition jury named the logo created by the 3rd year bachelor’s degree student of GTU International School of Design, Nika Tsetskladze, as the winner.

The ceremony of revealing the best student work and awarding its author in the “GTU Young Scientists Scientific Week” logo contest was attended by the head of the Science development department of the Ministry of Education, Science and Youth of Georgia, Professor Ketevan Kokrashvili, and the deputy head of the same department, Professor Zaza Maruashvili, and representatives of the administration of Georgian Technical University, and students participating in the competition, members of the competition jury and professors were presented too.

The ceremony of revealing the best competition work, which took place against the background of the exhibition of competition projects, was opened by the President of the Supervisory Board of GTU. As Professor Zurab Gudavadze noted, 47 students of Georgian Technical University took part in the contest for creating a logotype, who presented interesting concepts, original versions of the logo, and typographic combinations. All the competition works were united by the slogan – “Junior Scientists for the Best Future of the Planet”. The President of the Supervisory Board of the University thanked the Ministry of Education, Science, and Youth of Georgia for their support and all the students for participating in the competition.


“Students of the Faculty of Architecture, Urbanism, and Design and the International School of Design of Georgian Technical University participated in the logo contest. We thank our youth who showed great interest in the competition and created many interesting, original competition works. The logos created by 47 contestants are displayed in the administrative building of the university, and visitors can objectively evaluate them. According to the conditions of the competition, which were determined by the order of the rector, the competition jury had to select only one best work. We congratulate the author of the winning logo, a student of the International School of Design of our university, Nika Tsetskladze, and we wish him many successes in the future. On behalf of the university, its rector, Academician Davit Gurgenidze, and the students, we would like to thank the Ministry of Education, Science and Youth, personally, Minister Giorgi Amilakhvari, Deputy Minister Nodar Paukashvili, the Head of the Science Development Department of the Ministry, Ketevan Kokrashvili, and the Deputy Head of the Department, Zaza Maruashvili - For the support they provided to the university in the process of creating the logo of the “Young Scientists Scientific Week”, - said Zurab Gudavadze.

The head of the Science Development Department of the Ministry of Education, Science and Youth of Georgia, Professor Ketevan Kokrashvili welcomed the contestants and the attending public and wished success to the young people participating in the competition. According to Ketevan Kokrashvili, the author of the winning logo in the competition, a student of GTU Nika Tsetskladze, will be given the award of 2000 GEL established by the Ministry of Education, Science and Youth.

As Ketevan Kokrashvili pointed out, the “Scientific Week of Young Scientists of GTU”, which in the future, annually will position itself with the winning logo from this competition, will not only encourage the promotion of science and innovation among young generations throughout the country but will also actively promote the scientific activities of young people in the international space and integrating ideas upon research.  

At the end of the ceremony, the President of the Supervisory Board of Georgian Technical University and the representatives of the “Ministry of Education, Science and Youth” presented certificates to all participants of the competition.

According to the author of the winning logo in the competition, the student of GTU International School of Design, Nika Tsetskladze, organizing such competitions in the university space is undoubtedly important for students, as it is one of the best opportunities to reveal their talent, skills, and outlook of the young people. 

“I did not expect that I would achieve such success and that the jury would name the logo created by me the best, considering that many extraordinary works are presented at the exhibition. I thank my university, and the Ministry of Education, Science, and Youth for this great support. I can say that I’ve put enough resources into my contest work. I developed a special concept - a minimalist point of view, which is most relevant to the 21st century: the era of science, rapid technological progress, and innovation. For the logo, I created a linear structure that combines an atom and a man with outstretched arms, encompassing our world, the planet. Accordingly, I used basic complementary colors: blue and orange, which in combination are youthful, safe, creative, energetic, and friendly. Also, I used complementary colors: dark blue and white, which blend smoothly. I am glad that my concept was successful,” said the winning contestant.

Georgian Technical University, with the support of the Ministry of Education, Science and Youth of Georgia, announced the competition on March 2nd of this year, regarding the creation of the logo of the “Young Scientists Scientific Week” of GTU. According to the competition conditions, students could introduce the contest materials until March 20th.

 

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