SOFIA DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION was founded as non-profit organization with the decision 348
of the Sofia Municipal Council to work for the sustainable development of the capital.


Physics was my favorite subject in school, even though I ended up in a different field. We hope that many of you will continue to work in physics and new technologies.” With words of hope, Mayor of Sofia Ms. Yordanka Fandakova welcomed the students competing from Sofia Vocational High School of Electronics “John Atanasoff,” National High School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences “Academician Lyubomir Chakalov,” the Technical School of Electronic Systems, and Sofia High School of Mathematics “Paisii Hilendarski.” She added, “This year’s Nobel prizes were awarded for scientific advancements not in pure science, but in concrete applications for improving people’s lives. I have hopes that a future Bulgarian Nobel laureate is here in this room today.

The Nuclear Technology Hackathon is organized by the Bulgarian Nuclear Society, Sofia Development Association, and the Institute for Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. The event is held at the Sofia Innovation Lab and is part of the Labs’ dynamic training program aimed at stimulating innovation and entrepreneurship.

Five teams from Sofia schools are competing to search for and develop applications for nuclear science using data and intelligent control systems. The competition ends at 16:00, and the award ceremony begins at 17:30. The special prize will be awarded by MEP Mr. Vladimir Uruchev – a visit to the European Parliament upon his invitation.

SDA is a project knowledge partner in the NGS project under the Danube Transnational programme, co-founded by the EU funds (ERDF and IPA),


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