Today forty-four teams consisting of 176 students aged between 14-19 years, representing 29 countries, will compete in the International Linguistics Olympiad 2017 in Dublin. The International Linguistics Olympiad 2017 (IOL 2017) is being hosted by the Science Foundation Ireland-funded ADAPT
On Friday, 24th March 2017 the ADAPT Centre will host the national final of the All Ireland Linguistics Olympiad 2017 at DIT Grangegorman, Dublin. From a starting lineup of 4,000 secondary school students, the top 100 linguistic problem solvers will
Hundreds of young families honed their problem-solving skills with fun games and activities from the Problem-Solving Initiative at the St Patrick’s Festival Big Day Out at Merrion Square, Dublin on Sunday, 19th March 2017. The Problem-Solving Initiative gave visitors to
Do you think you could be Ireland’s top young problem solver? Join the more than 2,600 Irish secondary school students who have already signed up for the All Ireland Linguistics Olympiad 2017. The linguistic code-breaking contest aims to identify Ireland’s
Hundreds of people of all ages tested their minds with logic puzzles and brain teasers from the Problem-Solving Initiative (PSI) at free public events during Science Week 2016.
Members of the ADAPT research centre brought the initiative to the Let’s
The Problem-Solving Initiative will foster the next generation of problem solvers for Ireland
Search is on for Ireland’s top young problem solver
On 7th November 2017 Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Mary Mitchell O’Connor, TD,
The ADAPT Centre is seeking partners and sponsors for the Problem-Solving Initiative (PSI) to help ensure the wide reach and deep impact of this ambitious initiative.
The PSI incorporates:
All Ireland Linguistics Olympiad 2017
International Linguistics Olympiad 2017
2 August 2016, Dublin, Ireland: Four young Irish language code-breakers have proved themselves among the world’s best problem solvers at the Linguistics Olympiad in Mysore, India. The Irish secondary school students, sponsored and tutored by the Science Foundation Ireland funded ADAPT