2011 California STATE SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS

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 Congratulations to our State Science Fair Winners,
May 3, 2011, 
Los Angeles, CA

 
Student Grade  School City Category Place* Award Category
Balasingam, Namrata R. 8 Challenger School San Jose 1 Physics & Astronomy
Balasingam, Arjun V. 9 Archbishop Mitty High School San Jose 2 Electronics & Electromagnetics
Bhattacharya, Paulomi 10 Harker (The) School San Jose 5 Electronics & Electromagnetics
Bhetanabhotla, Sneha S. 6 Harker (The) School San Jose 5 Alternative Energy
Bhimarao, Meghana 11 Evergreen Valley High School San Jose 5 Pharmacology/ Toxicology
Chang, Christine 10 Palo Alto High School Palo Alto 4 Mathematics & Software
Choudhary, Priya 7 Stratford Middle School San Jose 4 Alternative Energy
Choudhury, Abrar 11 Bellarmine College Preparatory San Jose 4 Physics & Astronomy
Chu, Thomas L. 11 Los Gatos High School Los Gatos 5 Environmental Science
Das, Anushka 8 Challenger School Palo Alto 5 Environmental Engineering
Dennig, Paul A., Jr. 7 Blach Intermediate School Los Altos 3 Alternative Energy
Gramling, Adam J. 11 Los Gatos High School Los Gatos 5 Environmental Science
Ho, Johnny 10 Lynbrook High School San Jose 5 Mathematics & Software
Jain, Shreyan 7 Challenger School Sunnyvale 5 Plant Biology
Jin, Andrew C. 8 Harker (The) School San Jose 3 Microbiology (General)
Kaye, Jonah S. 10 Gunn (Henry M.) High School Palo Alto 5 Behavioral & Social Sciences
Korolik, Vadim 8 Old Orchard School Campbell 3 Physics & Astronomy
Kosaraju, Revanth S. 11 Harker (The) School San Jose 5 Biochemistry/ Molecular Biology
Lall, Kriti 8 Challenger School Palo Alto 1 Alternative Energy
Lawler, Keltan G. 11 Los Gatos High School Los Gatos 5 Environmental Science
Liu, Bolun 11 Mission San Jose High School Fremont 2 Applied Mechanics & Structures
Mani, Nitya 8 Schmahl Science Workshop San Jose 1 Chemistry
Miklos, Maya D. 7 J.L.Stanford  Middle School Palo Alto 4 Applied Mechanics & Structures
Murthy, Mayadevi B. 7 J.F. Kennedy  Middle School Cupertino 1 Microbiology (Medical)
Palanisamy, Ilakya 11 Lynbrook High School San Jose 5 Pharmacology/ Toxicology
Patchipala, Neha S. 7 J.F. Kennedy Middle School Cupertino 1 Microbiology (Medical)
Raghvendra, Shubha S. 11 St. Francis High School Moutain View 4 Biochemistry/ Molecular Biology
Sawant, Nilay S. 6 J.F. Kennedy Middle School Cupertino 2 Product Science (Biological)
Sayana, Anin 7 Schmahl Science Workshop Sunnyvale 3 Pharmacology/ Toxicology
Selvaganesan, Kartiga 11 Lynbrook High School San Jose 5 Pharmacology/ Toxicology
Singhal, Avni 7 Magnolia Science Academy of Santa Clara Sunnyvale 2 Environmental Engineering
Somasundaram, Sriram 8 Schmahl Science Workshop San Jose 2 Microbiology (Medical)
Sundaram, Andrew S. 7 Challenger School San Jose 5 Behavioral & Social Sciences
Tambe, Indraneel A. 8 Redwood Middle School Saratoga 3 Mathematics & Software
Varma, Maya 7 Sam H. Lawson  Middle School Cupertino 2 Electronics & Electromagnetics
Vodrahalli, Kiran N. 12 Harker (The) School San Jose 5 Physics & Astronomy
Wang, Steven M. 8 Schmahl Science Workshop San Jose 1 Biochemistry/ Molecular Biology
Xie, Stanley 8 Harker (The) School San Jose 3 Microbiology (General)
Xu, Weishuang L. 12 Lynbrook High School San Jose 1 Physics & Astronomy
Yu, Chung Jui 12 Lynbrook High School San Jose 1 Environmental Science
 *1=First Place, 2=Second Place, 3=Third Place, 4=Fourth Place, 5=Honorable Mention


 
2011 CSSF Special Award Winners

 
SPIE Optics & Photonics, Junior Division, $1000: Paul A. Dennig, Jr.
Clinical Chemistry, Senior Division, $200: Revanth S. Kosaraju
Clinical Chemistry, Junior Division, $100: Steven M. Wang
UCLA BRI Award: Junior Division, First Place, $100: Nikash D. Shankar
 
 

Patricia Beckman Project of the Year Award, given in honor of Dr. & Mrs. Arnold

O. Beckman. $5,000 to the Junior Division Winner

J0525, Steven M. Wang

Grade 8, The Harker School, and Schmahl Science Workshop, San Jose,

Advisors: Dr. Ronald Birrell, Belinda Schmahl

Project: Nanophotothermolysis: IPL Treatment with Targeted AuNP for Colorectal

Cancer Therapy Modeled by Monte Carlo Simulations


 State Fair photos by Heidi Black

 State Fair photos by Bruce Kawanami
 
State Fair photos by Califonia State Fair

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