CSSF Category Awards: 2007
Mathematics & Software

Senior Division


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S1302 — First Place
Arkajit Dey, Grade 12 portrait
Tree-Realizability of a Distance Matrix
Advisor: Dr. Wasin So
School: The Harker School, San Jose, Santa Clara County
S1307 — Second Place
Gregory A. Hirshman, Grade 12 portrait
Differential Cryptanalysis of MD5: Unscrambling the Hash Bit by Bit
Advisor: Mr. John Edman
School: La Jolla Country Day School, La Jolla, San Diego County
S1304 — Third Place
Dhruv R. Garg, Grade 11 portrait
Charles Y. Xue, Grade 11 portrait
PrevCor: An Algorithm Using Amino Acid Properties and Protein Folding Patterns to Simulate the 3-D Folding of Proteins
Advisor: Mr. Bruce Kawanami
School: Monta Vista High School, Cupertino, Santa Clara County
S1313 — Fourth Place
Hannah B. Sarver, Grade 10 portrait
Advance to Go: Monopoly: A Mathematical Model
Advisor: Mr. Robert Tsuchiyama
School: Carlmont High School, Belmont, San Mateo County
S1311 — Honorable Mention
David C. Liu, Grade 9 portrait
Acoustic Music Similarity Analysis
Advisor: Mrs. Amanda Alonzo
School: Lynbrook High School, San Jose, Santa Clara County
S1316 — Honorable Mention
Noah P. Young, Grade 11 portrait
Intelligent Intersections in Various Vehicle Traffic Networks and the Resulting Changes in Network Efficiency
Advisor: Mr. Michael Antrim
School: Woodbridge High School, Irvine, Orange County

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