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12 Intel ISEF 2011 Special Award Organizations provide educational
scholarships, cash awards, summer internships, scientific field trips
and equipment grants. SSP thanks the following organizations for
their support of the Intel ISEF.
Acoustical Society of America
Agilent Technologies Foundation
Air Force Research Laboratory on behalf of the United States Air Force
Albert Langdon Swank Experimental Physics Award
American Association for Clinical Chemistry
American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists
American Association of Physics Teachers and the American Physical Society
American Chemical Society
American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science
American Geological Institute
American Intellectual Property Law Association
American Mathematical Society
American Meteorological Society
American Physiological Society
American Psychological Association
American Society for Horticultural Science
American Society for Microbiology
American Statistical Association
American Veterinary Medical Association
Association for Computing Machinery
Association for Women Geoscientists
Astronomical Society of the Pacific and the American Astronomical Society
AVASC-Ashtavadhani Vidwan Ambati Subbaraya Chetty Foundation
CACO Pharmaceutical & BioScience Society
China Association for Science and Technology (CAST)
Coalition for Plasma Science
European Organization for Nuclear Research–CERN
Florida Institute of Technology
tel ISEF 2011 Special A
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IEEE Computer Society
IIT College of Psychology
International Council on Systems Engineering–INCOSE
King Abdul-Aziz & his Companions Foundation for Giftedness and Creativity
Medprin Biotech, Inc.
Mu Alpha Theta, National High School and Two-Year College Mathematics Honor Society
National Anti-Vivisection Society
National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance/The Lemelson Foundation
National Institute on Drug Abuse, Friends of NIDA, National Institutes of Health
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration–NOAA
National Taiwan Science Education Center
Office of Naval Research on behalf of the United States Navy and Marine Corps
Oregon Institute of Technology
Patent and Trademark Office Society
ProConn Power, Inc.
Psi Chi, The International Honor Society in Psychology
Ricoh Americas Corporation
Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society
Society for Experimental Mechanics
Society of Experimental Test Pilots
Society of Exploration Geophysicists
SPIE – The International Society for Optical Engineering
States United for Biomedical Research (SUBR)
United States Army
United States Environmental Protection Agency
United Technologies Corporation
University of the Sciences in Philadelphia
Vacuum Technology Division of the American Vacuum Society
For more information on these awards and organizations, see:
14 Gordon E. Moore co-founded Intel Corporation in 1968, serving as
president and CEO as well as Chairman of the Board before his
retirement in 1997. With degrees in chemistry and physics from
University of California, Berkeley (B.S.) and Caltech (Ph.D.), Moore
is widely known for “Moore’s Law,” the driving pulse of the
semiconductor industry. He and his wife, Betty Moore, have created
the Gordon & Betty Moore Foundation and are among the world’s
most generous philanthropists. He is widely admired for his technical
leadership and his role as one of the creators of today’s Silicon Valley,
as well as for his ongoing philanthropic role supporting environmental
efforts and science education and research.
The Gordon E. Moore Award recognizes the Best of the Best among
the outstanding students from around the world who participate in the
Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. The winning project is
selected on the basis of outstanding and innovative research, as well
as on the work’s potential in winner’s field and on the world at large.
Intel Foundation is proud to present the 2011 winner of the Gordon E.
Moore Award, who will be recognized with an award in the amount of
15 Auditorium Safety
Sticks and large flags are prohibited during the Awards Ceremonies. Please do not bring
flags or state symbols on stage during the presentation of awards. Sticks from flags will
be confiscated at the door.
Don’t answer the door in a hotel room without verifying who it is. If a person
claims to be an employee, call the front desk and ask if someone from their staff is
supposed to have access to your room and for what purpose.
Always walk in groups.
Use hotel main entrance when returning to your hotel late in the evening.
Be observant and look around before entering parking lots.
Close the door securely whenever you are in your hotel room and use the locks.
Don’t needlessly display guestroom keys or convention badges in public.
Do not carry large amounts of cash or expensive jewelry.
Don’t invite strangers to your hotel room.
Avoid bringing valuables to the Intel ISEF. Anything that is brought should be placed
in the hotel’s safe deposit box.
Make sure sliding glass doors and any connecting room doors are locked.
Report any suspicious activity to management.
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Intel ISEF participants must wear their name badges to participate in fair activities
and events. Admission to the Los Angeles Convention Center (LACC) is restricted to
persons wearing an Intel ISEF name badge.
The LACC is a smoke-free environment. Outside food and beverages are prohibited in
the LACC Exhibit Halls.