Canada's team to Intel ISEF 2013

Team Canada 2013 represented this country at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair from May 1-17 in Phoenix, Arizona.

Name Project Title City Prov

Danila Alferov

Neural Correlates of Conscious Awareness during Perceptual Organization
Behavioral and Social Sciences: Third Award of $1,000

London ON

Sruti Arulmani

Enhancement of Biofuel Production through  Novel Bioelectrosynthesis Characterization of E. coli
Energy and Transportation: Third Award of $1,000

Missisauga ON

Maya Burhanpurkar

The First Validation of the Physical Nature of the Time Integral of Displacement

Barrie ON

Minuoja Chandramohan

Cocoa polyphenol extract inhibits interferon-gamma (IFN-γ) production in murine splenocytes: a potential anti-inflammatory agent for psoriasis

Montreal QC

Adelina Corina Cozma

Maximizing Brain Changes When Learning a New Language: Application of an Augmentative Training Program
Behavioral and Social Sciences: Third Award of $1,000
American Psychological Association: Second Award of $1,000

Richmond Hill ON

Jennifer Csele

Creating PEAS: Portable Elemental Analysis System
Physics and Astronomy: First Award of $3,000
European Organization for Nuclear Research-CERN: All-expense paid trip to tour CERN
Google Thinking Big Award
West Virginia University: Renewable Tuition Scholarship Awards
Welland ON

Sarah Hyslop

The Road to Novel Antibiotics 
American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists: Second Award of $1,000
Calgary AB

Zeyu Liu

A Novel Modular Repulsive Type Hybrid Magnetic Bearing for FES Systems
European Union Contest for Young Scientists: Trip to the EU Contest.
Engineering: Electrical and Mechanical: Intel ISEF 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.
European Organization for Nuclear Research-CERN: All-expense paid trip to tour CERN
K. Soumyanath Memorial Award: 1st Award A sum of $3,000 goes to the winning project and $1,000 to their school.
Calgary AB

Jessie MacAlpine

Mustard oil as an apicomplexan plastid-targeting drug therapy for Plasmodium falciparum
Medicine and Health Sciences: Intel ISEF 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.
ASU Rob and Melani Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives: First Award of $7,500
London ON

Arjun Nair

A Synergistic Approach in Treating Cancer via Photothermal Therapy and HSP90 Inhibition
Medicine and Health Sciences: Third Award of $1,000
Calgary AB

Sujay Nagaraj

Understanding the Role of Platelet Derived Growth Factor in the Function of Glioblastoma Brain Tumor Stem Cells  
Medicine and Health Sciences: Fourth Award of $500
Calgary AB

Avinash Pandey

Improving Long-term Compliance To Life Saving Medications
Behavioral and Social Sciences: Third Award of $1,000 
American Psychological Association: Third Award of $500
Waterloo ON

Ankita Saxena

Amyloid Beta in Neuro Degenerative Diseases Calgary AB

Sarthak Sinha

Discovering and Defining The Role of Cilia In Dermal Stem Cell Communication.
Cellular and Molecular Biology: Third Award of $1,000
Calgary AB

Janelle Tam

Functionalized Cellulose Nanocrystals: An Effective Antimicrobial Agent.
Engineering: Materials and Bioengineering: Fourth Award of $500
Waterloo ON

Rajiv Thamburaj

Fuels of the Future: An Optimized Fuel Blend for Lower Emissions Caledon ON

Fan Zhang

Mobile Vision - An Efficient Algorithm and its Applications.
Computer Science: Third Award of $1,000
IEEE Computer Society; Third Award of $350
Ottawa ON

Xinyang Young Zhou

Effect of Ginseng on β-Amyloid in Alzheimer’s Disease London ON

 

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