CSEF Category Awards: 2018
Environmental Engineering

Senior Division


Awards Ceremony photo to come

S1126 — First Place
Vasily A. Tremsin, Grade 12
Stop the Flame in Its Infancy! Multivariable Early-Warning System for Low-Cost Prevention of Wildfire Proliferation
Advisor: Mrs. Roxanna Jackman
School: Campolindo High School, Moraga, Contra Costa County
S1121 — Second Place
Melanie E. Quan, Grade 9
Microplastics, Macro Problem: A Novel Technique to Remove Microplastics from Water Using a Modified Electrostatic Filter
Advisor: Ms. Maria Laws
School: Las Lomas High School, Walnut Creek, Contra Costa County
S1108 — Third Place
Rachel L. Eizner, Grade 9
Lisa J. Leung, Grade 9
Replacing Plastics: Innovating Biodegradable Bio-based Films, Part II
Advisor: Mrs. Irina Eizner, Ms. Irina Eizner
School: Monte Vista High School, Danville, Contra Costa County
S1118 — Fourth Place
Ahmed A. Mohamed, Grade 12
H2U: Water Solutions for the Modern Household
Advisor: <none acknowledged>
School: Hawthorne Math and Science Academy, Hawthorne, Los Angeles County
S1101 — Honorable Mention
Roya Ahmadi, Grade 9
A Data Analysis Approach to Wildfire Prediction
Advisor: Mr. Pooya Hajjarian
School: Monta Vista High School, Cupertino, Santa Clara County
S1109 — Honorable Mention
Christopher R.A. Fakhimi, Grade 10
James R. Jolin, Grade 10
Worms: The Bioremediation Solution of the Future
Advisor: Mrs. Victoria Acquistapace
School: De La Salle High School, Concord, Contra Costa County
S1112 — Honorable Mention
Jonghyun Hong, Grade 11
Jad Soucar, Grade 10
An Alternative Approach to Synthesizing Concrete,Using the Salt Water Carbonate Buffer System, and the Cocolithophore
Advisor: Ms. Orenda Tuason
School: Crescenta Valley High School, La Crescenta, Los Angeles County

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