CSSF Category Awards: 2010
Energy & Power

Junior Division


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J1028 — First Place
Roger K. Romani, Grade 8 portrait
A Thermo-Mechanical Sunflower: Developing a Passive Concentrator/Tracker for Photovoltaic Panels
Advisor: Ms. Brigetta Brown
School: Corte Madera Middle School, Portola Valley, San Mateo County
J1009 — Second Place
Paul A. Dennig, Jr., Grade 6 portrait
Solar Concentrators for Battery Chargers
Advisor: Mrs. Hillary Sterne
School: Springer Elementary School, Mountain View, Santa Clara County
J1008 — Third Place
Sara K. Davis, Grade 7 portrait
Nanocrystalline Dye-Sensitized Solar Energy II
Advisor: Mr. David LaBolle
School: Sunny Brae Middle School, Arcata, Humboldt County
J1013 — Fourth Place
Sarah K. Hantke, Grade 8 portrait
Analyzing Solar Cell Efficiency When Using a Sun Tracker
Advisor: Ms. Elaina Tyson
School: Pinewood Private - Upper Campus, Los Altos Hills, Santa Clara County
J1001 — Honorable Mention
Nathan G. Behrens, Grade 8 portrait
Using the Thermal Mass of a Building to Lighten the Load of an Air Conditioner
Advisor: Mrs. Peggy Greenfield
School: Stockdale Christian School, Bakersfield, Kern County
J1002 — Honorable Mention
Braeden C. Benedict, Grade 7 portrait
Optimization of the Water Flow Rate in a Clean Energy Electrostatic Power Generator
Advisor: Ms. Astrid Reichelt
School: St. John Fisher, Rancho Palos Verdes, Los Angeles County
J1015 — Honorable Mention
David Kayekjian, Grade 7 portrait
Biomass to Natural Gas: An Alternative Energy Solution
Advisor: Miss Joyce Lin
School: Acaciawood College Preparatory Academy, Anaheim, Orange County
J1021 — Honorable Mention
David G. Mariscal, Grade 8 portrait
Using Passive Solar Design to Cool and Heat a House
Advisor: Mr. John-Emmanuel Shirajian
School: Ribet Academy, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County
J1022 — Honorable Mention
Christie S. Mathews, Grade 8 portrait
Future Fuel
Advisor: Mrs. Vivy Mathews
School: Christian School of the Desert, Bermuda Dunes, Riverside County
J1036 — Honorable Mention
Scott D. Weismann, Grade 8 portrait
How Does Shading Affect the Power Output of Different Solar Panel Technologies?
Advisor: Mr. Bud Smith
School: All Saints' Episcopal Day School, Carmel, Monterey County

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