CSSF Category Awards: 2011
Electronics & Electromagnetics

Junior Division


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J0909 — First Place
Julie A. Fukunaga, Grade 7 portrait
Weedfinder: An Eco-Friendly Herbicide Sprayer
Advisor: Mr. Michael Fukunaga
School: Elkhorn Middle School, Stockton, San Joaquin County
J0926 — Second Place
Maya Varma, Grade 7 portrait
Brake Time: A Smart Traffic Alert and Control System for Manually-Driven and Autonomous Vehicles
Advisor: Ms. Carol Nolan
School: Lawson (Sam H.) Middle School, Cupertino, Santa Clara County
J0921 — Third Place
Todd G. Porter, Grade 8 portrait
Self-Optimizing Solar Tracking System
Advisor: Mrs. Yvette Cardenas
School: Holy Spirit School, Fremont, Alameda County
J0903 — Fourth Place
William H. Baldwin, Grade 8 portrait
The Superconducting MagLev Train
Advisor: Mr. Yogi Sullivan
School: Woodside Elementary School, Woodside, San Mateo County
J0915 — Honorable Mention
Alastair C. Macmillan, Grade 7 portrait
The Gauss Cradle: An Experiment on the Application of Magnetic Potential Energy
Advisor: Mrs. Astrid Richelt
School: St. John Fisher, Rancho Palos Verdes, Los Angeles County
J0925 — Honorable Mention
Jonathan H. Sussman, Grade 8 portrait
Can You Hear Me Now? Terrain Blockage of FM Radio Wave Propagation
Advisor: Mrs. Sarah Rines
School: San Diego Jewish Academy, San Diego, San Diego County

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