Results SwissPhO 2011

Following the preliminary round, a training weekend and several weeks of preparation, the 25 finalists of the SwissPho had to face one last challenge: the national final round. Over the course of two days (April 2/3), the candidates had to demonstrate their knowledge and skills one last time in a number of theoretical and experimental problems. The competition was tense as only the five best would get the chance to represent Switzerland at the International Physics Olympiad (IPhO) in July in Bangkog, Thailand. Nevertheless, a very relaxed atmosphere prevailed and everyone involved enjoyed being among others who shared their passion for Physics.

Rank Name Region Total (max. 120) Distinction Prize spécial
1 Djokic Nikola de 73 Gold SPG-Award 1)
2 Käser Sebastian de 61 Gold
3 Pinazza Jean-François fr 55.5 Gold
4 Lê Thanh Phong fr 55 Gold
5 Hauser Sylvain fr 54 Gold
6 Schwarz Dominic de 52.25 Silber SwissPhO-Award 2)
7 Schildknecht Christoph de 49.75 Silber
8 Wüthrich Johannes de 47.75 Silber
9 Frei Cyril de 42.25 Silber
10 Schraven Severin de 42 Silber
11 Scyboz Ludovic fr 41.5 Bronze
12 Uldry Aline fr 41.25 Bronze SPG-Award 3)
13 Francfort Jérémie fr 40.9 Bronze
14 Nemmour Yassine de 33.75 Bronze
15 Andrejkovic Janik de 31 Bronze
15 Gremion Laura fr 31 Bronze
17 Vicedomini Dario it 30.5
18 Schildknecht Dominik de 30.25
19 Walker Linus de 30
20 Inglin Raphael de 28.5
21 Widmer Nicole Andrea de 25.5
22 Kaufmann Tim de 23.75
23 Hotz Michael de 14.75
24 Blaser Daniel de 14.5
Non-competitive:
Hasler Jonas fl 13
Kratochwil Benedikt fl 22

1) Best Young Physicist
2) Best Participant not in the IphO Team
3) Best Young Women Physicist

A more detailed ranking with the complete scores can be found here.




© Images: Lionel Philippoz, Markus Meier