CSEF Category Awards: 2018
Physics & Astronomy

Junior Division


Awards Ceremony photo to come

J1809 — First Place
Alex Puga, Grade 8
Vibrating the Oil-Water Mixture to Infer Water Cut
Advisor: Mr. Patricio Puga
School: St. John's Lutheran School, Bakersfield, Kern County
J1801 — Second Place
Caden Annison, Grade 8
Determining if Concrete Is a Liable Screen against Galactic Cosmic Radiation
Advisor: Mr. Arion Espinoza
School: Hillview Middle School, Menlo Park, San Mateo County
J1803 — Third Place
Maya A. Basu, Grade 8
Predicting the Interference Pattern from a Double and Triple Slit Experiment with Geometry
Advisor: Dr. Samit Basu
School: Home School, Fremont, Alameda County
J1805 — Fourth Place
Adrian S. Derderian, Grade 8
Probing Photons with Polarizers, Counting Them with Cosines
Advisor: Mrs. Deborah DeLucia
School: Escondido Christian School, Escondido, San Diego County
J1806 — Honorable Mention
Jennifer A. Dick-Peddie, Grade 6
The Effect of an Object's Velocity, Size, and Mass on the Diameter and Depth of Its Impact Crater
Advisor: Mr. Jeffrey Takemoto
School: Stratford Middle School, San Jose, Santa Clara County
J1899 — Honorable Mention
Krithi V. Koodli, Grade 8
Distinguishing between Binary and Non-Binary Stars Using Machine Learning
Advisor: Mr. Rajeev Koodli
School: Miller (Joaquin) Middle School, San Jose, Santa Clara County

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