Iowa Physics Competition
The 2013 State Physics Competition will be held on April 17th (Wednesday) 2013 at the University of Northern Iowa (UNI) McLeod Center in Cedar Falls.
- 2013 Physics Competition Rules (2_12_13 Version now includes Material Recovery Facility Event)
- Registration Form
- Certification of Compliance Form
- April 2013 Results
The information indicated above will be posted at a later date.
Students will use a variety of everyday, inexpensive materials including mousetraps, compact discs, rubber bands, toothpicks, soda straws, etc. to build their devices such as catapult, mousetrap car, bridge building, soda straw arm to accomplish specific tasks. Schools must qualify in their AEA regional competition in order to compete in the State Physics Competition. See State Competitions section of the Rules for details on the school team and event team regional winners who are eligible to compete in the State Competition. If there is no regional competition in an AEA region, two schools per AEA region may compete at the State Competition with a maximum of 5 event teams for each school. If there is no regional competition in your AEA, contact your AEA science consultant to let him/her know that you are interested in participating in the State Competition. You may also want to contact a neighboring AEA to determine if it is possible to compete in their regional competition. Coordinators for regional competitions must provide a list of their teams that qualify for the State Competition no later than April 12, 2013 to Lawrence.Escalada@uni.edu. AEA science consultants who do not have regional competitions in their AEA should also provide a list of teams who may participate in the State Competition. All teams that compete in the State Competition must complete and submit a registration form with payment.
UNI/AEA 267 Regional Physics Competition
The 2013 UNI/AEA 267 Regional Physics competition is scheduled to take place on March 27nd (Wednesday), 2013 at the McLeod Center with registration beginning at 8 am and the competition ending about Noon.
- Certification of Compliance Form (only one teacher/students form)
- School Team Registration Form
- Event Team Registration Form
- UNI AEA267POInfo (Specific information about the 2013 competition including registration, parking, and a request for help with scoring and judging.)
- March 2013 Regional Results
The regional competition is coordinated by the UNI Physics Department (contact person Larry Escalada, Lawrence. Escalada@uni.edu) and AEA 267(contact person, Melissa Hesner, firstname.lastname@example.org). Please feel free to contact either Larry or Melissa if you have any questions about the UNI/AEA 267 Regional Physics Competition.
The top two school teams and event winners who are not part of the top school teams are invited to participate at the state competition at UNI in Cedar Falls, in April. The regional competition has included team competition activities that provide students with opportunities to be engaged in fun team activities and to compete with one another for prizes between events.