CSEF Category Awards: 2018
Alternative Energy

Junior Division


Awards Ceremony photo to come

J0208 — First Place
Georgia G. Hutchinson, Grade 7
Designing a Data-Driven Dual-Axis Solar Tracker
Advisor: Ms. Jennifer Parker
School: Woodside Elementary School, Woodside, San Mateo County
J0214 — Second Place
Aaron I. McKeeman, Grade 8
SwellSpark Turns Ocean Swells into Electric Energy
Advisor: Mrs. Sharon McKeeman
School: Coastal Academy, Oceanside, San Diego County
J0221 — Third Place
Diptanshu Sikdar, Grade 8
Energy Harvesting Utilizing a Wind-Driven Triboelectric Generator
Advisor: Dr. Youssef Ismail
School: Challenger School, Sunnyvale, Santa Clara County
J0219 — Fourth Place
Jordan Prawira, Grade 6
Stack-A-Wind: Developing Small Vertical Axis Wind Turbines (VAWT) for Various Wind Speeds
Advisor: Ms. Aily Salikin
School: Altamont Elementary School, Mountain House, San Joaquin County
J0210 — Honorable Mention
Alexis T. MacAvoy, Grade 7
A Rising Power: Improving the Power Output of Microbial Fuel Cells, a Solution to Our Quest for Renewable Energy Sources
Advisor: Ms. Linda Rodriguez
School: Crocker (William H.) Middle School, Hillsborough, San Mateo County
J0215 — Honorable Mention
Pranav S. Moudgalya, Grade 8
The Photovoltaic Effect: Maximizing the Efficacy of Solar Panels through Variation in Exposure and Wavelength
Advisor: Mrs. Paige Morris
School: Rancho San Joaquin Middle School, Irvine, Orange County

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