Karamanli students want to save the attachment to outside of Turkey!
In the inter-secondary school project competition organized by TÜBİTAK with the call code 2204-B, Konya reached the regional final with their project 'Let's not Reflect the Rays of Our Sun' and came third in the region and the successful students of the Science and Art Center, Provincial Director of National Education Mehmet They visited Çalışkan and explained their projects.
During the visit accompanied by Karaman Science and Art Center Director Ayhan Zerman and Advisor Teacher Ayşe Karabacak, BİLSEM students Ravzanur Görü and Günseli Kulak gave information to the Provincial Director of National Education Mehmet Çalışkan about their projects.
Ravzanur Görü and Günseli Kulak stated that they participated in the contest with their advisory teacher Ayşe Karabacak with the project named 'Let's Not Reflect the Rays of Our Sun. .
"We designed a system to convert our solar energy into electricity"
Ravzanur Outlook said, “We designed a system that will convert our solar energy into electrical energy using conductive polymers, which have become very interesting all over the world. As a small sample in our project, we produced electrical energy by covering our school glasses with conductive polymers and storing the sun rays that hit our windows all day.
"Our goal is to save our country from being dependent on foreign energy in terms of energy"
Speaking about the purpose of the project, Günseli Kulak said, “With the development of this work, our biggest goal was to save our country from being externally dependent on energy and to contribute to the increase of energy provided by renewable energy sources. "We would like to thank our Institution Manager Ayhan Zerman and Project Consultant Ayşe Karabacak for supporting and guiding us in this study."
Karaman BİLSEM Director Ayhan Zerman said that we were also proud to obtain a degree for the first time within the scope of the 2204-B call in Karaman and said, “During these studies, we also carried out our studies at Karamanoğlu Mehmetbey University, which has a cooperation protocol with our school. I congratulate our teachers and students for their success ”.
"We need students who are open to development in technology, science, arts, sports and politics like you"
Congratulating the director, teachers and students of Karaman Science and Art Center for the success achieved, Provincial Director of National Education Mehmet Çalışkan said that the aim of TÜBİTAK projects is to open new horizons to students. Çalışkan said, “We have a long way in TÜBİTAK projects, and the studies and projects our students have done on this road will enlighten our way. The steps taken and studies in this field in recent years are very important for us. While preparing for the future, of course students