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NYSSEF ISEF 2020 Award Winners

BEST IN FAIR  (HIGHEST HONORS) and Regeneron ISEF Finalists

Owen Dugan – Home School
Emma Yang – The Brearley School
Breanna Brownson – Rye High School
Mir Zayid Alam & Taylor Fox – Manhasset High School

HIGH HONORS and Regeneron ISEF Finalists

Manav Bansal – The Wheatley School
Elizabeth Chun – The Ardsley School
Blake Lippman – Hewlett HS & Tyler Bissoondial – John F. Kennedy High School
Riya Patel- Jericho High School
Marvia Pressoir – Elmont Memorial High School
Giselle Rasquinha – Syosset High School
Spencer Schultz -Yorktown High School
Ethan Sontarp – Commack High School
Mary Sotiryadis – North Shore High School
Kreena Totala – Plainview Old Bethpage High School
Jordan Walsh – Commack High School

HIGH HONORS (non- lightning)

Vyom Shah – Jericho High School

HIGH HONORS

Laya Gollamudi – Rye High School
Evan Lockwood & Matthew Daleo – Westhampton Beach High School
Rohan Surana – Commack High School
Richard Ren – Jericho High School
Foyez Alauddin – Trinity School
Nellie Fisher & Bailey Fisher – Harrison High School
Maansi Shroff – Paul D. Schreiber High School
Najalia Singh – Valley Stream Central High School
Kate Weseley-Jones – North Shore High School
William Hu – Jericho High School
Hammad Hassan – Ossining High School
Karen Li – The Wheatley School
Katherine Zhang – Jericho High School
Shourav Saha – Great Neck South High School
Sanjna Kedia & Emily Ma – Manhasset High School
Kyra McCreery – North Shore High School
Gillian Gold – Ardsley High School
Sari Strizik – Half Hollow Hills High School East
Katherine Winter – P. D. Schreiber High School
Christopher Jannotta & Damien Edele – Eastport South Manor Jr/Sr HS
Danielle Levanti – Northport High School
Eshwin Varghese – POB JFK High School
Kimberly Liao – Commack High School
Miles Kim & Benjamin Alexander – Half Hollow Hills HS West
Candace Arneaud & Izza Malik – Commack High School
Hannah Farley – Yorktown High School
Enyo Okeoma – Ward Melville High School
Justin Lu & Noelle Chung – Trinity School
Christopher Alexander – Elmont Memorial High School
Emma Guarini – Yorktown High School
Sara McSweeney – Harrison High School
Hannah Meikle – Elmont Memorial High School

NYSSEF ISEF 2017 Award Winners

SPECIAL AWARDS

SOFT042 – MFT: Improving Convolutional Object Tracking with Feed Separated Learning

Intel Foundation Cultural and Scientific Visit to China Award
The Intel Foundation believes that cultural experiences can help shape and strengthen scientific research. This year, for the first time, the Intel Foundation is partnering with the China Adolescents for Science and Technology Organization to award an 11-day trip to the Chinese cities of Beijing, Chengdu and Hong Kong. The winners will attend the China Adolescent Science and Technology Innovation Contest, the largest national science competition in China.

Air Force Research Laboratory – Michael Lee, Manhasset High School
The United States Air Force is dedicated to science & technology, focusing on innovative and creative projects with sustainability. U-S-A-F selects projects that are directly aligned with their mission.

First Award of $750 in SOFT Intel ISEF Category

Ashtavadhani Vidwan Ambati Subbaraya Chetty Foundation - Michael Lee, Manhasset High School

AVASC awards projects that display outstanding creativity, ingenuity and have the potential to alleviate the human condition or mark a substantive advancement in the scientific field.

First Award of $1,000

Association for Computing Machinery - Michael Lee, Manhasset High School

ACM is widely recognized as the premier membership organization for computing professionals, delivering resources that advance computing as a science and a profession; enable professional development; and promote policies and research that benefit society. ACM hosts the computing industry’s leading Digital Library and serves its global members and the computing profession with journals and magazines, conferences, workshops, electronic forums, and Learning Center.

Second Award of $750

Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence - Michael Lee, Manhasset High School

AAAI is a scientific society devoted to advancing the scientific understanding of the mechanisms underlying thought and intelligent behavior and their embodiment in machines. AAAI promotes research in, and responsible use of, artificial intelligence, as well as public understanding of artificial intelligence. AAAI also strives to improve the teaching and training of AI practitioners, and provide guidance on the importance and potential of current AI developments and future directions.

Third Award of $500

Rachel Chang, Manhasset High School
Ryan Thorpe, Manhasset High School

ENEV047T – The Development of a Mechanized Approach to Rapidly and Sensitively Detect and Purify Water Contaminated with Shigella, E. coli, Salmonella, and Cholera through the Use of Carbon-Based Biosensors in Conjunction with Arduino-Controlled Micropipettes

ASU Rob and Melani Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives

ASU Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives are the result of a $27.5 million investment in Arizona State University’s Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability by the Walton Family Foundation. Within the Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives, diverse teams of faculty, students, entrepreneurs, researchers, and innovators collaborate to deliver sustainability solutions, accelerate global impact, and inspire future leaders through eight distinct initiatives.

First Award of $2,500

GRAND AWARDS

Intel ISEF Best of Category Award Winner of $5,000
SOFT042 – MFT: Improving Convolutional Object Tracking with Feed Separated Learning

First Award of $3,000
SOFT042 – MFT: Improving Convolutional Object Tracking with Feed Separated Learning

Second Award of $1,500
MATS049 – Multifunctional NGF-Au-SPIO Nanoparticles: Magnetically Directing Neurite Extension and Orientation

ENEV047T – The Development of a Mechanized Approach to Rapidly and Sensitively Detect and Purify Water Contaminated with Shigella, E. coli, Salmonella, and Cholera through the Use of Carbon-Based Biosensors in Conjunction with Arduino-Controlled Micropipettes

TMED042 – The Structural, Mechanistic, and Clinical Applications of NT5C2 in Drug Resistance and Relapse of T-ALL

Fourth Award of $500
CELL048 – Lecithin-Retinol Acyl Transferase in Squamous Cell Carcinoma: The Relationship between Oncology and Wound Repair

NYSSEF ISEF 2016 Award Winners

Ariel Slepyan – George W. Hewlett High School – Microbiology – 2nd Place

Matthew Perkins – George W. Hewlett High School – Cellular and Molecular Biology – 3rd Place

Jordyn Schor – Plainview-Old Bethpage; JFK HS – Behavioral Sciences – 3rd Place

Cassandra Grello – Half Hollow Hills High School – Biomedical Sciences – 4th Place

Sarah Lee – Syosset High School – Chemistry – 4th Place

Broadcom and Andromeda Divisions 2016 Award Winners