CSSF Category Awards: 2008
Mathematics & Software

Junior Division


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J1309 — First Place
Meredith P. Lehmann, Grade 8 portrait
Accurate Simulation of Influenza Pandemics
Advisor: Ms. Laura Berger
School: Flintridge Preparatory School, La Canada Flintridge, Los Angeles County
J1310 — Second Place
Nathan J. Manohar, Grade 8 portrait
Writing a Rubik's Cube Solver using Mathematica
Advisor: Mrs. Roxanne Hunker
School: Rhoades (The) School, Encinitas, San Diego County
J1321 — Third Place
James J. Thomas, Grade 8 portrait
An Algorithm to Minimize Memory Usage in Graph-based Applications
Advisor: Mrs. Leni Tomasso
School: St. Christopher School, San Jose, Santa Clara County
J1324 — Fourth Place
Daniel J. Wirtz, Grade 8 portrait
Identifying Critical Nodes on the Monterey Peninsula Road Network
Advisor: Dr. Ted Lewis
School: Serra (Junipero) School, Carmel, Monterey County
J1302 — Honorable Mention
Hristos S. Courellis, Grade 8 portrait
Artificial Neural Networks that Decode Commands Embedded in the Temporal Density of Neural Spike Sequences
Advisor: Mrs. Halina Szymanski
School: Carden School of Whittier, Whittier, Los Angeles County
J1314 — Honorable Mention
Michael L. Monaghan, Grade 7 portrait
Robots: Are They Better than Us?
Advisor: Mrs. Mary Pettitt
School: St. Adelaide School, Highland, San Bernardino County
J1318 — Honorable Mention
Kaitlyn M. Sims, Grade 8 portrait
"Fair Deal" or "No Deal"?
Advisor: Ms. Kendia Herrington
School: Alta Sierra Intermediate School, Clovis, Fresno County
J1323 — Honorable Mention
Jennie Werner, Grade 6 portrait
Spirolaterals: Math Is Art
Advisor: Ms. Lisa White
School: Woodside Elementary School, Woodside, San Mateo County

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