CSSF Category Awards: 2015
Electronics & Electromagnetics

Junior Division


Awards Ceremony photo to come

J0912 — First Place
Raghav Ganesh, Grade 7
A Wireless, Wearable, and Customizable Electronic Solution to Predict and Prevent Autistic Meltdowns
Advisor: Mr. Raghav Ganesh
School: Miller (Joaquin) Middle School, San Jose, Santa Clara County
J0926 — Second Place
Nihal Talur, Grade 8
A Better, Cheaper Security System
Advisor: Ms. Shannon Lum
School: Challenger School Berryessa, San Jose, Santa Clara County
J0901 — Third Place
Yusra Arub, Grade 8
Internet of Things Meet My Data Binder
Advisor: Mrs. Thuy-Anh Nguyen
School: Challenger School, Sunnyvale, Santa Clara County
J0910 — Fourth Place
Max Freedman, Grade 8
KAPower Ball: Generating Power with a Soccer Ball
Advisor: Mrs. Patty Freedman
School: Alternative Family Education, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz County
J0902 — Honorable Mention
Akhilesh V. Balasingam, Grade 6
A Low-cost, Easy-to-Install, Internet-Enabled Shower Usage Monitor as a Nudge Engine for Residential Water Conservation
Advisor: Mrs. Heather Mackewicz
School: Challenger School, San Jose, Santa Clara County
J0907 — Honorable Mention
Matthew Cho, Grade 7
Braille Pad: An Electric Braille Display Using Solenoids
Advisor: Mr. Kiersten Kampp
School: Kennedy (John F.) Middle School, Cupertino, Santa Clara County
J0915 — Honorable Mention
Anika M. Hayes, Grade 8
Building a 3D Printing Pen
Advisor: Mr. Chris Nestlerode
School: Pacific Collegiate School, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz County
J0916 — Honorable Mention
Arthur K. Jakobsson, Grade 6
Saving Grandpa
Advisor: Dr. Markus Jakobsson
School: Corte Madera Middle School, Portola Valley, San Mateo County

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