2010 Intel ISEF Winners

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2010 Intel International Science Fair Winners

May 14, 2010

 

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 Justin To, 17, Oak Grove High School, San Jose
 
Piece de Resistance: The Synthesis of Complex Dimeric Pyrrole-Imidazole Alkaloid Natural Product Derivatives and their Efficacy in Inhibiting and Dispersing Pseudomonas aeruginosa Biofilms

 

$3000  1st Place Category Award in Medicine & Health Sciences, and
Honorable Mention Award from the American Chemical Society


 
 David Zarrin, 15, Saratoga High School, Saratoga, CA
 
A Computer Controlled, Energy-Efficient Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) System
- Less Sweat or Less Fatigue? My SmartBike Does the Rest!
$3000  1st Place Category Award in Engineering, and
a Special Award of Stock with an approximate value of $2,000 from
United Technologies Corporation.

  
 
 
    Ritik Malhotra and Tony Ho, 17, Lynbrook High School, San Jose, California

Engineering a Novel Genetics-Based Early Disease Detection Mechanism Designed Using an Ontology-Driven Semantically Annotated Microarray Repository with Thermal Gradient Focusing Mass Spectrometry
 $1500  2nd Place Category Place Award in Team Projects, and
Computer Science Connect Award of $1,000 from Google.

 


 

 Emily Cheng and Aakriti Jain, 17, Lynbrook High School, San Jose, California

A Novel and Efficient Method of Hydrogen Production: Optimizing the Microbial Electrolysis Cell and Microbial Fuel Cell Coupled System

$1500  2nd Place Category Award in Team Projects.


  

 Angela Zhang, 15, Monta Vista High School, Cupertino, CA

Identification of a Novel Signal Pathway and Its Therapeutic Targets for Tobacco Promotion of Lung Cancer

$1000  3rd Place Category Award in Medicine and Health Science, and
Fourth Place Award $250 from the Amer Assoc Clinical Chemistry. and a
Trip to attend the Taiwan International Science Fair awarded by the National Taiwan Science Education Center

 

 
 Sudarshan Bhat, 18, and Priyanka Athavale, 17, Lynbrook High School, San Jose, California
The Effects of Caloric Restriction on the Subsequent Stress Resistance and Chemosensation of Caenorhabditis elegans
 
 $1000 3rd Place Category Award in Team Projects

 
    Akshay Nathan, 17, Lynbrook High School, San Jose
 
A Super-Encryption Standard for Large Data Using Elementary Chaotic Cellular Automata
$500   4th place category award in Computer Science, and
$25,000 Award, and Paid Summer Internship from Agilent, and
Third Award of $250 from the American Statistical Association.

 


 

  David C. Liu, 18, Lynbrook High School, San Jose

 
Continual Adaptation of Acoustic Models for Domain-Specific Speech Recognition
 $500   4th place Category Award in Computer Science
Second Award of $500, in addition the student's school  awarded $200, and the student's mentor awarded $100 from the  Acoustical Society of America.

 


 
 Kaavya Jayram
, 11, Sravani Academy, Morgan Hill, CA and Schmahl Science Workshop.
 
Crank 0 Partitions and the Parity of the Partition Function
 
$500 4th Place Category Award in Mathematics

 
 
  Athman Ramana Adiseshan, 13, Ramana Academy, San Jose, California
 
Ethology of Friendship among Adult Male Bonnet Macaques (Macaca radiata) at Arunachala Hill, India

 

 Third Award of $500 from the American Psychological Association, and
  Third Award of $1,000 from the National Anti-Vivisection Society.

 


 

  

  Revanth Kosaraju, 16, The Harker School, San Jose.

 
The Predictability and Abstractness of Language: A Study in Understanding and Usage of the English Language through Probabilistic Modeling and Frequency

 

Third Award of $500 from the American Psychological Association

 


  Alex Lee Han, 17, The Harker School, San Jose.

 
The Natural Compound Celastrol, a Novel Inducer of the Stress Response Protein Heme Oxygenase-1, Confers Cytoprotection and Promotes Wound Repair in Cell Culture.

 

Tuition Scholarship Award of $4,000, and a Trip London International Youth Forum from Office of Naval Research on behalf of the United States Navy and Marine Corps

 
 

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