Canada's team to Intel ISEF 2012

Team Canada 2012 represented this country at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair from May 13-17 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Name Project Title City Prov
Dheevesh Arulmani Irradiation Based Single Stage Electro-Oxidation for Novel Enhancement of Direct Methanol Fuel Cells.
Energy and Transportation: Third Award of $1,000
Mississauga ON
Sruti Arulmani Co-inoculation of S.oneidensis and G.sulfurreducens for Novel Microbial Fuel Cell Enhancement 
Microbiology: Third Award of $1,000
Mississauga ON
Camille Champigny Effects of Breast Cancer Cells Exposed to Novel Histone Deacetylase (HDAC) Inhibitors Moncton NB
Christina Ding The effects of Lycium barbarum on the formation of cataracts 
Medicine and Health Sciences: Fourth Award of $500
Waterloo ON
Howard Feng In Silico Analysis of Functional and Structural Impacts of nsSNPs in Genes Involved in IBD Richmond Hill ON
Lloyd James The Mutable Slipnet: An Experiment in Simulated Analogous Thinking Surrey BC
Jean-Michel Laliberté DomoWeb: Automatised House II Varennes QC
Claire Longcroft The Skid Lid Helmet Helper West Vancouver BC
Christopher Nielsen Drift Analysis of Stereoscopic Trajectory  Estimation over Planar Manifold Surfaces 
ENG: Electrical and Mechanical: First Award of $3,000
European Organization for Nuclear Research-CERN: All expense paid trip to tour CERN
International Council on Systems Engineering:  Certificate of Honorable Mention
K. Soumyanath Memorial Award: 1st Award of $3,000
United Technologies Corporation:  $3,000 in shares of UTC common stock
Calgary AB
Adam Noble The Development of a Euglena Biofilter as a Remediation Device for Nanosilver 
Dudley R. Herschbach SIYSS Award. All-expense-paid trip awarded to three Intel ISEF finalists to attend the Stockholm International Youth Science Seminar (SIYSS) (www.siyss.org), which includes attendance at the Nobel Prize ceremonies in Stockholm, Sweden.
Environmental Management: Best of Category Award of $5,000; Additionally, a $1,000 grant will be given to their school and the Intel ISEF affiliated fair they represent. First Award of $3,000.
Lakefield ON
Lauren Reid Directing and accelerating natural airflows to increase airfoil circulation and generate more lift. 
Energy and Transportation: Fourth Award of $500
Oshawa ON
Adam Mofeed Sawan A Geochemical and Geomicrobiological Examination of the Red Sea- Dead Sea Canal 
Earth & Planetary Sciences: Intel ISEF Best of Category Award of $5,000 for Top First Place Winner. A $1,000 grant will be given to their school and the Intel ISEF affiliated fair they represent; First Award of $3,000.
American Geosciences Institute:  First Award of $1,000
London ON
Nicholas Schiefer Apodora: Markov Chain-Inspired Microsearch 
Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award: $50,000
Computer Science: Intel ISEF Best of Category Award of $5,000 for Top First Place Winner. A $1,000 grant will be given to their school and the Intel ISEF affiliated fair they represent; First Award of $3,000.
American Statistical Association: Third Award of $250
Association for Computing Machinery: Third Award of $300
European Organization for Nuclear Research-CERN: All expense paid trip to tour CERN
Google CS Innovation Award of $10,000
United Technologies Corporation:  $3,000 in shares of UTC common stock
Richmond Hill ON
Sarthak Sinha Assessing The Potential of Skin Derived Schwann Cells For Peripheral Nerve Remyelination 
Medicine and Health Sciences: Third Award of $1,000
Calgary AB
Rui Song Mendel’s Lentils: Identification and Analysis of the Zero-Tannin Gene in Lentil 
Plant Sciences: Second Award of $1,500
Monsanto Award for Innovation in Plant Science: Second Award of $1,500
Saskatoon SK
Sandro Young Caspar: A Natural Language Understanding Algorithm Based on Isomorphic Language Trees 
Computer Science: Fourth Award of $500
Ottawa ON
Mu Xuan (Marshall) Zhang Correction of F508del-CFTR by the small molecule C18 and its synergy with other corrector 
Biochemistry: Third Award of $1,000
Richmond Hill ON
Yichen Zhang Citracil: The Anti-Colorectal Cancer Activity of an Essential Oil from Lemongrass 
Medicine and Health Sciences: Third Award of $1,000
American Association for Clinical Chemistry: Third Award of $500
Richmond BC

 

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