CSSF Category Awards: 2015
Electronics & Electromagnetics

Senior Division


Awards Ceremony photo to come

S0926 — First Place
Vanessa Wang, Grade 9
Little Insect Project (Inspired by DARPA LittleDog Project)
Advisor: Mr. Joshua Baker
School: American High School, Fremont, Alameda County
S0923 — Second Place
Vasily A. Tremsin, Grade 9
Can I See It if I Cannot Hear It? Real-Time Visualization of Incoming Sound for People with Hearing Disabilities
Advisor: Mrs. Roxanna Jackman
School: Campolindo High School, Moraga, Contra Costa County
S0916 — Third Place
Nilay B. Mehta, Grade 11
Using Electromyographic Technology and Voice Control to Create a Cost-Effective Prosthetic Arm
Advisor: Ms. Joan Elliott
School: Irvine High School, Irvine, Orange County
S0910 — Fourth Place
Robert C. Henning, Grade 11
The Exchange Improving Unit: An Auditory Device for Directional Filtering
Advisor: Dr. Angelika Termin
School: Mission Hills High School, San Marcos, San Diego County
S0904 — Honorable Mention
Dominic H. Catanzaro, Grade 10
Designing and Constructing Photonic Crystals at 2.4 GHz
Advisor: Mrs. Jessica Martin
School: Cathedral Catholic High School, San Diego, San Diego County
S0905 — Honorable Mention
Shiloh S. Curtis, Grade 12
Enabling Situational Awareness: A Hat-Based Hands-Free Haptic Navigational Aid for the Visually Impaired
Advisor: Dr. Youssef Ismail
School: Laughing Thunder Academy, Sunnyvale, Santa Clara County
S0911 — Honorable Mention
Anish G. Krishnan, Grade 10
Sniffing Shepherd: A Noninvasive Low-Cost Electronic Nose Breath Analyzer to Detect the Deadliest Cancer
Advisor: Ms. Renee Fallon
School: Monta Vista High School, Cupertino, Santa Clara County
S0915 — Honorable Mention
Janet M. Liu, Grade 11
F=-kv? The EM Parachute
Advisor: Mr. Zhen Hua Liu
School: Aragon High School, San Mateo, San Mateo County
S0917 — Honorable Mention
George D. Morgan, Grade 12
A Multi-Architectural Approach to the Development of Embedded Hardware: A Second Year Study
Advisor: Mr. Jonathan Bowns
School: Clovis North High School, Fresno, Fresno County
S0918 — Honorable Mention
Neil Movva, Grade 12
(In)security Everywhere: Machine Learning Assisted Deep Power Analysis Fundamentally Defeats Software Cryptography
Advisor: Mr. Ken Schmahl
School: Harker (The) School, San Jose, Santa Clara County

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