SSP affiliated fairs have been naming their winners and we've been highlighting the finalists who will attend Intel ISEF on our Facebook page. Here is a recap of some recent stories.
- Ohio: Michael Litt earned a spot at Intel ISEF 2014 for his project, “Statistical Filter for Capturing Trends in Noisy Data."
- Virginia: Abigal Johnson won at the Shenandoah Valley Regional Science Fair, making her an Intel ISEF finalist.
- South Dakota: Marc Seitz, John Wieland, Darienne Frericks and Emma Johnson qualifed to come to Los Angeles at the 31st annual Northern South Dakota Science and Math Fair on March 27.
- Texas: Friendswood High School students Jamie McCullough and Roma Pradhan became Intel International Science and Engineering finalists after several rounds of competition.
- Michigan: Port Huron North students Jay Mehta, Aishah Ahmed and Sophia Ahmed discuss their projects and the prospect of attending Intel ISEF.
- Connecticut: Three years of research have finally paid off for Megan Boyer, who won a spot at Intel ISEF for her research comparing running with and without shoes.
- California: Isfar Munir took home the Grand Prize Award at the Synopsys Sacramento Regional Science & Engineering Fair, qualifying for Intel ISEF 2014 with his project, "The effects of temperature on the deflection of an electric arc generated by a Tesla coil."
- Missouri: John Rodgers and Austin Van de Ven also became finalists.
Congratulations guys! We can't wait to see you in Los Angeles!