CSSF Category Awards: 2016
Materials Science

Junior Division


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J1314 — First Place
Nicholas A. Perez, Grade 8 portrait
Silica-Based Engineering to Solve Thermodynamic Threats to Wildland Firefighters
Advisor: Ms. Darlene Shimizu
School: St. Edward's Catholic School, Corona, Riverside County
J1311 — Second Place
Seney Larson Moreno, Grade 7 portrait
The Effect of Acid Rain on Construction Materials
Advisor: Mrs. Rita Blickenstaff
School: St. Didacus Parochial School, San Diego, San Diego County
J1309 — Third Place
T. Alden Ingelson-Filpula, Grade 7 portrait
Tensile Strength of Biobased Polymers (Bioplastics)
Advisor: Mrs. Donna Gilbertson
School: CORE Butte Charter School, Chico, Butte County
J1319 — Fourth Place
Josh A. Van Doren, Grade 8 portrait
Wild for Wildfire Safety
Advisor: Mr. Peter Chilpigian
School: Alta Sierra Intermediate School, Clovis, Fresno County
J1303 — Honorable Mention
Alec A. Balandin, Grade 8 portrait
How Does Graphene Implanted in Thermal Paste Affect Its Heat Conduction Properties?
Advisor: Mr. Fariborz Kargar
School: Riverside STEM Academy, Riverside, Riverside County
J1310 — Honorable Mention
Cassia A. Jones, Grade 7 portrait
Future Fabrics: Using Carbon Nanotube-Coated Cotton to Create Efficient Wearable Heaters
Advisor: Mrs. Suzanne Burrows
School: Corte Madera Middle School, Portola Valley, San Mateo County
J1316 — Honorable Mention
Christopher J. Rodriguez, Grade 8 portrait
What's the Coolest Turf?
Advisor: Mr. Jose Melgoza
School: La Colina Junior High School, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara County

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