Connecticut has a record number of I-SWEEEP competitors this year- Fifteen in all! Five that are selected by CSEF and sponsored to attend. Ten competed by applying directly to I-SWEEEP and were chosen by the I-SWEEEP screening process as competitors. Congratulations to all.
Awards Ceremony- Sunday, May 4, 3:30 – 5:30 pm CDT. Results are given below.
I-SWEEEP Competitors sponsored by CSEF
Cagri Aytekin, Erkam Curuk, Berk Suleyman, Juniors, Putnam Science Academy – Gold Medal Environment
A Novel Approach to Removing Oil Spills from Seawater by using Sustainable and Cost-efficient Materials
Ethan Novek, Freshman, Greenwich High School – Bronze Medal Energy
Creation of Tidal Power from Infiltrating Coastal Ground Water via a Novel Tidal Barrage System
Bridget Oei, Senior, East Catholic High School, Manchester – Silver Medal Environment
Investigating the Efficacy of Bioluminescent Mushroom Panellus Stipticus as a Biosensor to Detect the Toxicity of Water Contaminants
CSEF Competitors who applied to I-SWEEEP directly and were chosen to compete.
Aasiya Ahmed, Usra Qureshi & Aden Khan, Juniors, Madina Academy, Windsor – Honorable Mention Energy
A Novel Wind Turbine Design Incorporating Photovoltaic Cells and Piezelectric Sensors
Margaret Cirino, Freshman, Greenwich High School – Silver Medal Energy
Optimizing Hydrogen Production From a Piezo-electrochemical Water-Splitting Mechanism with Low-Cost Synthesis of ZnO and BiFeO3 Nanostructures
Andrew Ma, Junior, Greenwich High School – Gold Medal Engineering
Temperature-Induced Concurrent Removal and Recovery of Wastewater Ammonia-Nitrogen
Omer Tekin, Abidin Emhan and Taha Cangoz, Juniors, Putnam Science Academy – Silver Medal Environment
Alternative Source for Paper Produced from the Endocarp Layer from Various Melons and its Environmental Benefits
Bryce Anderson, Sophomore, Greenwich High School – Bronze Medal Energy
Inclusion of Thermoelectric Generators in Glass Building Materials to Produce Useful Energy in New England Homes
Maximillian Minichetti, Junior, Greenwich High School – Gold Medal Energy
A Filamentous Organic Solar Cell Based Piezoelectric Architecture for Powering Commercial and Biological Electronic Devices
Report from Ethan Novek, Greenwich HS, Saturday, May 3