CSEF Category Awards: 2019
Physics & Astronomy

Junior Division


Awards Ceremony photo to come

J1713 — First Place
Isabelle S. Katz, Grade 8 portrait
Characterizing Musical Instruments Using Waveform Analysis
Advisor: Mr. Bruce Katz
School: Joaquin Moraga Intermediate School, Moraga, Contra Costa County
J1708 — Second Place
Grant J. Gallagher, Grade 8 portrait
Investigating the Electrostatic Effects of Striking a Tennis Ball with a Tennis Racquet
Advisor: Mr. Mark Gallagher
School: Gallagher Academy, Irvine, Orange County
J1709 — Third Place
Conor E. Gard, Grade 6 portrait
The Winning Position: How Changing the Center-of-Gravity in a Race Car Impacts Velocity
Advisor: Ms. Gladys Vaca
School: St. Philip School, San Francisco, San Francisco County
J1721 — Fourth Place
Weston Ema. Peterson, Grade 6 portrait
Measuring Radiation
Advisor: Mrs. Vicky Ramirez
School: Phoenix Ranch School, Simi Valley, Ventura County
J1712 — Honorable Mention
Piercen C. Jones, Grade 6 portrait
Blood Spatter Matters
Advisor: Mrs. Katherine Auffant
School: Owens (Bessie E.) Intermediate, Bakersfield, Kern County
J1716 — Honorable Mention
Joshua A. Lipman, Grade 8 portrait
Energy Gain in the Gauss Accelerator
Advisor: Ms. Nicole Haire
School: Wornick (Ronald C.) Jewish Day School, Foster City, San Mateo County
J1723 — Honorable Mention
Jared M. Saal, Grade 6 portrait
How Particle Size Affects Viscosity of Chocolate
Advisor: Mrs. Liat Baranoff
School: Gideon Hausner Jewish Day School, Palo Alto, Santa Clara County
J1724 — Honorable Mention
Hannah T. Shu, Grade 8 portrait
Using Physics to Determine the Audio Frequencies to Evaluate the Acoustics of the Violin
Advisor: Mr. Alex Hofsteen
School: International School of Monterey, Seaside, Monterey County

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