This year, 362 works took part in the competition, in particular from universities in Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Georgia, Kazakhstan and others. The works were evaluated by 144 scientists from various fields.
The competition was held at the Odesa National Technological University under the auspices of the Black Sea Universities Network and ISEKI-Food Association.

Among the winners:

🥇 Kostiantyn Grishyn (IASA) with the paper "Strategy for implementing a digital twin at an enterprise during the post-war reconstruction of Ukraine"
🥇 Sofia Drozd with the paper "Automated detection and assessment of war-related damage to agricultural fields using satellite images"
🥈Anzhela Symonenko with the work "Implementation of innovative Industry 4.0 technologies for the reconstruction of the energy sector of Ukraine"
🥈 Hlib Skopyk with the work "The problem of optimizing the number of logical elements required to implement several Boolean functions using a decoder"

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