CSSF Category Awards: 2015
Alternative Energy

Junior Division


Awards Ceremony photo to come

J0220 — First Place
Isabel W. Sperandio, Grade 7
Does the Color of Light and the Temperature of Solar Panels Improve the Efficiency?
Advisor: Mr. David Sperandio
School: Stanford (Jane Lathrop) Middle School, Palo Alto, Santa Clara County
J0205 — Second Place
Dev C. Dhruv, Grade 8
Microbial Fuel Cells: Generating Electricity from Organic Matter
Advisor: Mrs. Sally Ghilarducci
School: Scotts Valley Middle School, Scotts Valley, Santa Cruz County
J0204 — Third Place
Arshia B. Deep, Grade 8
Serena J. Lee, Grade 8
Viren Srivastava, Grade 8
U Power: Harnessing Body Heat for Safety
Advisor: Mrs. Vicki Baker
School: Alvarado Middle School, Union City, Alameda County
J0209 — Fourth Place
Max S. Kunes, Grade 8
Here Comes the Sun
Advisor: Mrs. Marlene Twomey
School: Sacred Heart Elementary Parish School, Coronado, San Diego County
J0202 — Honorable Mention
Landon R. Creighton, Grade 8
Engineering a New Way of Generating Electricity Using a Fresnel Lens and a High Temperature Collector
Advisor: Mr. James Creighton
School: Monarch Academy, Moreno Valley, Riverside County
J0216 — Honorable Mention
Jacob A. Passalaqua, Grade 8
Matthew B. Prata, Grade 8
Just Charge It: Thermoelectric Generator Gear for the Active Person (Charge Small Electronics Using Your Own Body Heat)
Advisor: Ms. Kristy Vena
School: Holy Name of Mary, San Dimas, Los Angeles County
J0218 — Honorable Mention
Anton N. Semerdjiev, Grade 6
The Photovoltaic Effect
Advisor: Mr. Brian Cady
School: Brywood Elementary School, Irvine, Orange County
J0221 — Honorable Mention
Sean P. Weiss, Grade 8
From Waste to Watts
Advisor: Mr. John Wood
School: Talbert (Samuel S.) Middle School, Huntington Beach, Orange County

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