2007 ISEF  Results


   International Science & Engineering Fair     May 18, 2007, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Synopsys Championship Finalists Win at ISEF 
May 18, 2007, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Synopsys Championship Grand-Prize winners traveled this week to New Mexico to compete with nearly 1,500 other students at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. 

The board of directors of the SCVSEFA is excited to announce that 75% of the competing projects from the Synopsys Championship received awards!  Top winner, Terik Daly of Oak Grove High School in San Jose, who has entered ISEF twice before, continued his winning streak by receiving his third ISEF category award this afternoon.

We are proud of the students' fantastic achievements!

 

Terik Daly, Oak Grove High School

 Project title: "Chemical Aspects of the Impact Process"

  • $1,500, ISEF Second Place Category Award in Earth & Planetary Sciences.
  • $1,500, Second Award, subscription to "GSA Today", Geological Society of America.
  • $500, Second Award, one-year subscriptions of "STATS" and "Chance", American Statistical Association.
  • $250, Second Award, AGI publication, American Geological Institute.
  • $250, Award of Merit, Society of Exploration Geophysicists.

 

Arkajit Dey, The Harker School

 Project title: "Tree-realizability of a Distance Matrix"

  • $1,500, ISEF Second Place Category Award in Mathematical Sciences.

 

 

 David Liu,  Lynbrook High School

 Project title: "Acoustic Music Similarity Analysis"

  • $1,000, one-year membership in the American Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence, subscription to  
    "AI Magazine", Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence.
  • $200, Honorable Mention Award, ACM Student Membership, access to ACM's Digital Library, Association for Computing Machinery.
  • Honorable Mention Award, one-year ASA membership, Acoustical Society of America.

 

 Sushant Sundaresh, The Harker School

Project title: "Host-bacterial Specificity During Legume-Rhizobium Symbioses"

  • $1,000, Third Place Category Award in Plant Sciences.

 

Hong Huynh and Elaine Trinh,  
Silver Creek High

Project title: "Stay Away from My Territory!!! The Effect of Eucalyptus leucoxylon 'Rosea' on the Growth of Radishes"

  • $1,000, Third Place Category Award for Team Projects.

 

Eric Casavant and Alex Marshall, 
Monta Vista High

Project title: "On the Direct Detection of Dark Matter with LENS, a New Directionally Sensitive Low Energy WIMP Detector"

  • $500, Fourth Place Category Award for Team Projects.