This page lists information about the 2019 edition of the Wiki Science Competition. For the latest edition, see People.
Main organizer (🇪🇪)
Technical Assistance (🇪🇸/🇪🇪)
Martin Haase, PhD
Linguistics professor, University of Bamberg (🇩🇪)
Alessandro Marchetti, PhD
Postdoctoral researcher, Zhejiang University (🇮🇹/🇨🇳)
Urmas Tartes, PhD
Freelance photographer. Former professor, Estonian University of Life Sciences (🇪🇪)
Jennifer Tucker, PhD
Associate Professor at Wesleyan University (🇺🇸)
Each participating country has its own jury to select the local winners that will participate in the international final. Those jury members were presented in the local competition subpages rather than here. Most local winners should be announced in early 2020.
On the international level there are two juries: one to select entries from countries without a local jury so that submissions from these countries can also advance to the final, and the main jury that selects the final winners.
For the jurors, a link to their Wikidata item is provided.
The members of the international jury are:
Marcos Valdés, PhD
Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa (🇨🇱/🇮🇹)
Sorbonne Université (🇮🇹/🇫🇷)
University of Virginia (🇩🇪/🇺🇸)
Aleksandra Sulikowska-Bełczowska, PhD
Uniwersytet Warszawski (🇵🇱)
Nuggehalli Srinivas Prashanth, PhD
Institute of Public Health, Bengaluru (🇮🇳)
Freelance nature photographer (🇪🇪)
Valentina Domenici, PhD
Università di Pisa (🇮🇹)
Wing Ying Chow, PhD
FMP Berlin (🇬🇧/🇩🇪)
Andreas Thust, PhD
Forschungszentrum Jülich (🇩🇪)
Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin, FRCP
Shorsh Military General Teaching Hospital (🇮🇶)
Freelance journalist and popularizer (🇮🇹)
The members of the jury that selected the finalists from the countries without a local team:
This second level jury is composed of both academic and Wikimedia volunteers, and they will also help to reuse, promote and catalog the materials on Wikimedia platforms.
Forensic Science (🇮🇳)
Computational Biology (🇮🇳)
Luis Cristóbal Carrasco Gatica
Marine Biology (🇨🇱)
Gianna Maria Contini
Piter Kehoma Boll
Underwater Photography (🇮🇹)
Material Science (🇮🇹/🇨🇳)
Computational Chemistry (🇧🇷)
For information on the 2017 edition of the contest, see the archived page.