International Philosophy Olympiad

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The International Philosophy Olympiad (IPO) is an International Science Olympiad, a philosophy competition for high school students. It is organized under the auspices of the FISP (Fédération Internationale des Sociétés de Philosophie) and supported by UNESCO.

Summary[edit]

Number Year Location Gold Silver Bronze Honorable Mention
1 1993 Smolyan,  Bulgaria
2 1994 Petrich,  Bulgaria
3 1995 Stara Zagora,  Bulgaria
4 1996 Istanbul,  Turkey
5 1997 Warsaw,  Poland
6 1998 Braşov,  Romania
7 1999 Budapest,  Hungary
8 2000 Münster,  Germany Ognyan Kassabov Bulgaria
Gianluca Rossi Italy
Boris Popivanov Bulgaria
9 2001 Philadelphia, United States Ute Scholl Germany
Laura Lapierre Venezuela
Felix von Lehmden Germany
10 2002 Tokyo,  Japan Silvia Crupano Italy
Vasilescu Ion Gheorghe Romania
Akse Pettersson Finland
11 2003 Buenos Aires,  Argentina Torsten Schoeneberg Germany
Sergio Barberis Argentina
Gabriel Abelof Argentina
Sarah Helduser Germany

Mete Tuczu Turkey

Hyun Lee South Korea

Francesco D'Acunto Italy

Wojciech Orowiecki Poland

Andrei Poamă Romania

Sezen Kayhan Turkey

12 2004 Seoul,  South Korea Leopold Hess Poland
Joanna Kusiak Poland

Lukas Steinacher Austria

Mert Bahadir Reisoglu Turkey

Seungwon Chang South Korea

Matija Lavrinc Slovenia

German Diaz Argentina

Valeriya T. Vitkova Bulgaria

Elena Bellodi Italy

David Kovacs Hungary

Andreea Elena Simion Romania

13 2005 Warsaw,  Poland Mikolaj Ratajczak Poland

Tomasz Przezdziecki Poland

Alexandru Marcoci Romania

Marta Sznajder Poland

Antti Saarilahti Finland

Nora Labo Romania

David Himler Austria

Patricio Kingston Argentina

Woo Chan Lee South Korea

Jutta Obertegger Italy

Jae Won Choi South Korea

Roberta Di Nanni Italy

Agnieszka Kurzemska Poland

Marcin Kotowski Poland

14 2006 Cosenza,  Italy Efe Murat Balikcioglu Turkey
Mateusz Chaberski Poland
Saila Kakko Finland
Johann Alexander Germany

Santiago Auat Argentina
Stefano Burzo Italy
Margherita Busti Italy
Anna Drozdowicz Poland
Florin-Radu Gogianu Romania
Carmen Kautto Finland
Conrad Krausche Switzerland
Maximilian Huber Austria
Sara Musi Italy
Shapira Shiri Israel
Andras Schuller Hungary
Joseph Steinlechner Austria
Daniel Thoms Germany
Peter Ujma Hungary
Christian Danielov Vatchkov Bulgaria

15 2007 Antalya,  Turkey Zeynep Pamuk Turkey Daria Cybulska Poland

Stefan Stefanovic Serbia

Alexander Johann Germany

Martin Hergouth Slovenia

Soh Hyun-Min South Korea

Elena Alexandra Corbu Romania

Matthias Hoernes Austria
Milena Alexandrova Alexandrova Bulgaria
Filip Taterka Poland
Clara Kropivsek Slovenia
Corina Cristine Lefter Romania
Heidi Meriste Estonia
Luca Vegetti Italy
Bernát Iváncsics Hungary
Christoph Schachenhofer Austria
Nanako Kurioka Japan

16 2008 Iaşi,  Romania Jan Seidel Germany

Sergiu Matei Lucaci Romania

Maria Alexandra Baneu Romania

Conrad Krausche Switzerland

Heta Nuutinen Finland

Andrea Beghini Italy

Michal Godziszewski Poland

Arina Cristina Baibarac Romania

Helene Sorgner Austria

Denis Tramonte Italy

Tal Yankovitz Israel

Kristina Kashfullina Russia

Perczel János Hungary

Vallari Sawant India
Adrian Cristian Ardelean Romania
Toth Olivér István Hungary
Maria Ciurchea Romania
Antoine Vuille Switzerland
Yuval David Hananel Israel
Illia Gorbachev Russia
Lukas Paltanavicius Lithuania
Dalius Petrulionis Lithuania
Sebastian Köthe Germany

17 2009 Helsinki,  Finland Sarri Nironen Finland
Eliza Tymianska Poland

Petar Penev Bulgaria

Kristina Kashfullina Russia

Luiza Pasca Romania

Hyun-Kyu KimSouth Korea

Ayse Dilek Izek Turkey
Pietari Kupiainen Finland
Patrick Mujunen Finland
[1]

18 2010 Athens,  Greece Aljaž Jelenko Slovenia Kacper Kowalczyk Poland

Jaehyun Yoo South Korea

Tibor Backhausz Hungary

Valeriu Alexandru Cuc Romania
Josef Piras Italy

Erik Ramberg Norway

Ignas Rubikas Lithuania
Anita Ignatova Bulgaria
Anna Smertina Estonia
Alessio Rocca Italy
Paul Kuuse Estonia
Tae Heun Kim South Korea
Tapani Pulkkinen Finland
Platias Nikolaos Greece
Henning Rognlien Norway
Irina Horodinca Romania
Murel Leuenberger Switzerland
Chitra Adkar India
Nikolina Budan Croatia
Firat Akova Turkey
Karoliina Juulia Pulkkinen Finland

[2]

19 2011 Vienna,  Austria Nikolaj Møller Denmark Chang Hyun Choi South Korea

José Gusmão Rodrigues Portugal

Niklas Plaetzer Germany

Sakari Nuuttila Finland
Stavros Orfeas Zormbalas Greece

Mustafa Ayçiçegi Turkey

Tibor Backhausz Hungary
Franziska Bahl Austria
Miguel de la Riva Germany
Cristina Costina Diamant Romania
Vanessa Gstrein Austria
Milana Kostic Serbia
Jwa Seong Lee Korea
Luka Mikec Croatia
Dominykas Milašius Lithuania
Patrick Mokre Austria
Junho Oh Canada
Thierry Schütz Switzerland
Barbara Šoda Croatia
Marie Vestergaard-Thomsen Denmark

[3]

20 2012 Oslo,  Norway Sarah Yoon South Korea

Tadas Kriščiūnas Lithuania

Jeff Granhøj Denmark

Aleksi Korpela Finland

Myrto Vlazaki Greece

Nishith Bharat Khandwala India

Niklas Plaetzer Germany

Abhinav Suresh Menon India
Stian Follevaag Ersvær Norway

Kasper Siim Viftrup Denmark

Vaclav Masek Sánchez Guatemala
Guy Yassor Israel
Sun Young Hwang South Korea
Justine Zepa Latvia
Michail Sklaskis Lithuania
Djuro Ilic Montenegro
Sadaf Soloukey Netherlands
Lars Borge Hellesylt Norway
Diogo José Martins Lopes Portugal
Corina Ezaru Romania
Darko Peric Serbia
[4]

21 2013 Odense,  Denmark Róbert Palasik Hungary Theo Anders Austria

Abhinav Menon India

Hye Jin Lee South Korea

Petra Požgaj Croatia
Juan Nigri Argentina

Esteban van Volcem Belgium
Martin Kamenov Iliev Bulgaria
Anton Thorell Steinø Denmark
David Therkildsen Denmark
Magnus Baunsgaard Kris Denmark
Ida Mosegaard Denmark
Märt Belkin Estonia
Neal Graham Germany
Jonathan Krude Germany
Maria Oikonomoy-Makrygianni Greece
Lauris Zvirbulis Latvia
Misa Skalskis Lithuania
Dominika Pankow Poland
José Forte Portugal
Vraciu Cosmin Petru Romania
Denis Horvat Slovenia
Léonore Stangherlin Switzerland
Patrick Côté Switzerland
[5]

22 2014 Vilnius,  Lithuania Vulpe dan Cristian Romania

Elina Karastie Finland

Jakob Gomolka Germany

Lukas Jonuška Lithuania

Jacob Karlsson Lagerros Sweden

Beatriz Santos Portugal

Iván György Merker Hungary

Abhishek Dedhe India

João Madeira Portugal

Tadas Temčinas Lithuania

Radosław Jurczak Poland

Chagajeg Soloukey Tbalvandany Netherlands

Benedikt Zöchling Austria

Rafail Zoulis Greece
Maša Marić Croatia
Justinas Mickus Lithuania
Janko Zeković Montenegro
Francisco RÍOS VIÑUELA Spain
Bernt Johan Damslora Norway
Jani Patrakka Finland

Federico Aguilar Guatemala

Chan Park South Korea
Sophus Svarre Rosendahl Denmark
Viviana de Santis Italy
Yuki Kanai Japan
Martin Molan Slovenia
Marta-Liisa Talvet Estonia
Rūta Karpauskaitė Lithuania
Vraciu Cosmin Petru Romania
[6]

23 2015 Tartu,  Estonia Iván György Merker Hungary

Antti Autio Finland

Chagajeg Soloukey Tbalvandany Netherlands

Eleftherios Chatzitheodorides Greece

David Gjorgoski Republic of Macedonia

Martin Molan Slovenia

Sandro Huber Austria

Neven Borak Slovenia

Abhishek Dedhe India

Öznur Hancı Turkey

Ludovico Machet Italy

Dārta Paula Šveisberga Latvia
Rosaria Caddeo Italy
Stanisław Jędrczak Poland
Teodora Groza Romania

Anda Maria Zahiu Romania

Ivona Janjic Serbia

Antonina Jamrozik Poland
Ana Bellamy Guatemala
Augustė Saladytė Lithuania
Konstantin Krasimirov Tumanov Bulgaria
Lara Gafner Switzerland
Helen Maria Raadik Estonia
Liisi Voll Estonia
Petar Soldo Croatia
Niklas Uhmeier Germany
Fredrik Johnsson Sweden
Zsolt Hegyesi Hungary
Kyu Bo Shim South Korea
Ragna Heyne Germany
Viachaslau Verashchahin Belarus
Nadal Abril Lucia Molina Argentina
Alžběta Vítková Czech Republic
Audun Rugstad Norway
Deyan Kirilov Madzharski Bulgaria
[7]

24 2016 Ghent,  Belgium Ihsan Barış Gedizlioğlu Turkey

Eui Young Kim South Korea

Jungho Choi South Korea

Hana Samaržija Croatia

Teodora Groza Romania

Johanna U. Marstrander Norway

Drishtti Rawat India

Fabian Strobel Germany

Svit Komel Slovenia

Matthijs de Jong Netherlands

Sarp Çelikel Turkey

Sara Pyykölä Finland

Liwia Rogalewicz Poland

Anna Morandini Austria
Tathagat Bhatia India
Sonja Stiebahl Germany
Alexandre Eira Portugal
Uladzislau Voinich Belarus
Anna Skácelová Czech Republic
Ábrahám Horváth Hungary
Jan Brändle Switzerland
Matija Pušnik Slovenia
Roberta Del Pezzo Italy
Andreea Ioana Aelenei Romania
Matthias Verlinden Belgium
Emil Kotzev Bulgaria
Lilja Valtonen Finland
Aistė Grušnytė Lithuania
Helo Liis Soodla Estonia
Tomoki Ishikawa Japan
Daan Van Cauwenberge Belgium
Ruben Algoet Belgium
Pavel Belkevich Belarus
Polina Perova Russia
Frederico Cardoso Portugal
Sol Gigena Argentina [8]

25 2017 Rotterdam,  Netherlands Mor Divshi Israel

Nóra Schultz Hungary

Milan Milenović Serbia

Álvaro Salgado Carranza Spain

Hrvoje Kožić Croatia

Victor Mordhorst Denmark

Rosalie Looijaard Netherlands

Mihnea Bâlici Romania

Michal Karlubik Slovakia

Konstantinos-Marios Konstantinou Greece

Arth Gupta India

Kaarel Hänni Estonia

Crista Erales Guatemala

Carolien Krekt Netherlands

Antonio Piltcher Brazil

Reinis Cirpons Latvia

Isaias Moser Switzerland

Edoardo Calvello Italy

Leonie Hong Germany

Tathagat Bhatia India

Amanda Häkkinen Finland

Laura Evers Netherlands

Lóránt Kiss Hungary

Baoyi Ni China

Vasilen Vasilev Bulgaria

Boris Janevski Republic of Macedonia

Martina Fridl Slovenia

Simon Derudder Belgium

Danilo Djukanovic Montenegro

Karolina Bassa Poland

Ajuna Soerjadi Netherlands

Franciszek Cudek Poland

Arkadiy Saakyan Russia

26 2018 Bar, Montenegro Montenegro Radka Pallová Czech Republic

Amanda Häkkinen Finland

Michal Karlubik Slovakia

Yastika Guru India

Freja Værnskjold Dzougov Denmark

Álvaro Lopes Portugal

Martina Fridl Slovenia

Yoshiyuki Ishikawa Japan

Sagnik Anupam India

Mihail Larkov Russia

Daantje de Leur Netherlands

Luis Anngel Meza-Chavarría Costa Rica

Tobias Heidenreich Germany

Monique Murer Brazil

Terachet Rojrachsombat Thailand

Stefan Capmare Romania

Zhengyu Ging China

Tzu Kit Chan Malaysia

Maria Sara Fraser Serbia

Iulia Natalia Mitrache Romania

Paulina Kaczyńska Poland

Gaeun Kim South Korea

Javier Sanz González Spain

Martin Topić Serbia

Paul Johannes Kalda Estonia

Meggy Michaud France

Thomas Valerio Italy

Valerija Baždar Montenegro

Literature[edit]

Juha Savolainen, Pekka Elo, Satu Honkala, Rebecca Cingi (Hrsg.), IPO Helsinki Finland 2009, Publications of The Finnish National Commission for UNESCO no 85, 2010.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "International Philosophy Olympiad » History".
  2. ^ "International Philosophy Olympiad Athens 2010".
  3. ^ "International Philosophy Olympiad Vienna 2011 – News".
  4. ^ "Results – IPO2012".
  5. ^ "Microsoft Word Online – Work together on Word documents".
  6. ^ "IPO 2014 Vilnius – Austrian Site".
  7. ^ "Winners of the 23rd International Philosophy Olympiad 2015".
  8. ^ "Results – International Philosophy Olympiad 2016".

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