CSEF Category Awards: 2018
Electronics & Electromagnetics

Junior Division


Awards Ceremony photo to come

J1021 — First Place
Minh H. Trinh, Grade 7
Smart Burglar Alarm System Utilizing Open Source Hardware and Web Services
Advisor: Mrs. Robin Norfleet
School: Rancho San Joaquin Middle School, Irvine, Orange County
J1099 — Second Place
Christopher S. Hartanto, Grade 6
Naomi N. Nguyen, Grade 6
Katherine C. Robertson, Grade 6
Electronic Posture Monitor
Advisor: Mr. Donnie Mai
School: Beacon Park School, Irvine, Orange County
J1007 — Third Place
Roy C. Gross, Grade 7
An Emergency Communication Mesh Network for Civilians: Lessons from Puerto Rico
Advisor: Ms. Elisa Peters
School: Terman Middle School, Palo Alto, Santa Clara County
J1012 — Fourth Place
Spencer T. King, Grade 8
Magnetic Levitation: Reducing Train Friction with Track
Advisor: Mrs. Rita Armstrong
School: Los Cerritos Middle School, Thousand Oaks, Ventura County
J1004 — Honorable Mention
Isabella S. Correa, Grade 8
Gwyneth M. Prata, Grade 8
The Ever-Last Battery: Building a Super Long Lasting, Self-Recharging Battery through the Capture of Radio Waves
Advisor: Ms. Kristy Vena
School: Holy Name of Mary, San Dimas, Los Angeles County
J1006 — Honorable Mention
Vedansh Goenka, Grade 8
Lock That Can Operate Using Three Mechanisms: Magnetic Key Combination, NFC Card, and Remote IP Network
Advisor: Mr. Vishal Goenka
School: Cabrillo (Juan) Middle School, Santa Clara, Santa Clara County
J1009 — Honorable Mention
Kunal Jain, Grade 7
An Earthquake Warning System
Advisor: Ms. Tatiana Braun
School: Stratford Middle School, Milpitas, Santa Clara County
J1017 — Honorable Mention
Waleed W. Randhawa, Grade 8
Artificial Pancreas: An Automatic Insulin Delivery System
Advisor: Mrs. Elaine Gillum
School: Marshall (Thurgood) Middle School, San Diego, San Diego County

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