CSSF Category Awards: 2011
Electronics & Electromagnetics

Senior Division


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S0912 — First Place
Jessica A. Richeri, Grade 12 portrait
Autonomous Robotic Vehicle's Guide to Eliminate the Traffic Problem
Advisor: Mr. Sunny Kaura
School: Centennial High School, Corona, Riverside County
S0901 — Second Place
Arjun V. Balasingam, Grade 9 portrait
M2D2 Mechatronic Medicine Dispensing Device Engineered from Scratch and Enabled with Computer Vision for Assisted Living
Advisor: Mr. Ronald Nicoletti
School: Mitty (Archbishop) High School, San Jose, Santa Clara County
S0905 — Third Place
Weston D. Braun, Grade 10 portrait
High Voltage DC to DC Conversion for Power Distribution
Advisor: Mr. George Stimson
School: San Dieguito High School Academy, Encinitas, San Diego County
S0909 — Fourth Place
Keegan R. Mann, Grade 12 portrait
Stability Analysis of Control Algorithms
Advisor: Mrs. Yun Lutgen
School: San Pasqual High, Escondido, San Diego County
S0904 — Honorable Mention
Paulomi Bhattacharya, Grade 10 portrait
Optimizing the Microbial Fuel Cell-Microbial Electrolysis Cell System: A Novel Anaerobic Design for Hydrogen Generation
Advisor: Mr. Chris Spenner
School: Harker (The) School, San Jose, Santa Clara County
S0911 — Honorable Mention
Justin W. Rajewski, Grade 12 portrait
Utilizing Field Programmable Gate Arrays to Create an Artificial Neural Network Co-Processor
Advisor: Mr. Peter Starodub
School: Palos Verdes Peninsula High School, Rolling Hills Estate, Los Angeles County
S0913 — Honorable Mention
Austin K. Russell, Grade 10 portrait
The Minicomputer/Projector: An All-In-One Mobile Solution for an Interactive "Touch Screen" Interface on Any Surface
Advisor: Dr. Jennifer Ross-Viola
School: St. Margaret's Episcopal School, San Juan Capistrano, Orange County

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