CSSF Category Awards: 2014
Materials Science

Junior Division


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J1315 — First Place
Holly M. Jackson, Grade 8
Sewing Science
Advisor: Ms. Linh Pham
School: Old Orchard School, Campbell, Santa Clara County
J1306 — Second Place
Maggie S. Chen, Grade 8
Thermosensitive Injectable Hydrogel for Localized and Controlled Drug Delivery
Advisor: Mrs. Sue Fredin
School: Carmel Valley Middle School, San Diego, San Diego County
J1323 — Third Place
Nicholas A. Perez, Grade 6
Polymer: The Ultimate Barrier to Fire and Smoke
Advisor: Ms. Darlene Shimizu
School: St. Edward's Catholic School, Corona, Riverside County
J1317 — Fourth Place
Michael Kao, Grade 8
The Strength of Alloys: Testing Industrial Alloy Strength against Cavitation Erosion
Advisor: Mr. John Briner
School: Fairmont Private Junior High School, Anaheim, Orange County
J1302 — Honorable Mention
Davis R. Boring, Grade 8
What Is the Best Material for a Helmet Lining to Reduce G-forces?
Advisor: Mr. Robert Kolozs
School: Wangenheim Middle School, San Diego, San Diego County
J1304 — Honorable Mention
Zane J, Calini, Grade 8
Making the Strongest Concrete
Advisor: Mrs. Elaine Gillum
School: Marshall (Thurgood) Middle School, San Diego, San Diego County
J1325 — Honorable Mention
Lilliya S. Reid, Grade 8
Safe and Cold
Advisor: Ms. Elizabeth Davis
School: CHIME Institute's Schwarzenegger Community, Woodland Hills, Los Angeles County
J1328 — Honorable Mention
Vasily A. Tremsin, Grade 8
Acoustic Insulation: Propagation and Reflection of Sound Waves of Various Frequencies for Different Materials
Advisor: Dr. Anton Tremsin
School: Stanley (M. H.) Intermediate School, Lafayette, Contra Costa County

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