Intel International Science and Engineering Fair 2011

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Harrisonburg, USVA04, Shenandoah Valley Regional Science Fair  
EA006   Confirmation of Eratosthenes’ Experiment: The Diameter of the Earth 
Determined Using a Sundial 

Holly Elizabeth Peterson, 16., Junior, Sherando High School, Stephens City, Virginia
T: Susan Saylor
EV010   The Effect of Pesticides and DHA on the Regeneration of Planaria 

Christina Yah-yun Lee, 15, Sophomore, Sherando High School, Stephens City, 
Virginia, T: Susan Saylor
Lynchburg, USVA05, Central Virginia Regional Science Fair                         
BE019   The Effect of Communication Style on Lateral Eye Movement When Asked a 
Kinesthetic Question 
Elizabeth Marie Hargis, 17, Junior, Central Virginia Governor’s School, Lynchburg, 
Virginia, T: Shannon Beasley
EE034   The Effect of Light Wavelength on Solar Cell Efficiency 
Jill Grey Ferguson, 16., Sophomore, Staunton River High School/ Roanoke Valley 
Governor’s School, Moneta, Virginia, T: Kerry Zell
Manassas, USVA06, Prince William-Manassas Regional Science Fair  
MI312T  Testing the Effect of Variable Surface Adhesiveness on the Movement 
Velocity of “Gliding” Cyanobacteria to Test Bacterial Gliding Theory for 
Cyanobacterial Motility 
Kevin Timothy Keller, 17, Junior; Abhinav Sai Venkat, 16., Junior
Battlefield High School, Haymarket, Virginia, T: Amanda Jean Esteban
Norfolk, USVA09, Tidewater Science Fair  
AS008   Behavioral Evidence for Cerebral Asymmetry in Green Anoles 
Rachel Emily Reon, 17, Junior, The Governor’s School for Science and Technology, 
Hampton, Virginia, T: Julian Pittman
EV016   The Impact of Natural Processes and Human Activities on the Water Quality 
of Various Lakes 
Abigail Yu Chen, 15, Sophomore, York High School, Yorktown, Virginia, 
T: Deborah Eckstein
Norfolk, USVA50, Virginia State Science and Engineering Fair  
EA025   Washington, DC Severe Thunderstorm Wind Events: An Analysis of Correlated 
Thermodynamic Convective Parameters and Doppler Radar Signatures 
Christopher Aaron Manning Gerlach, 15, Sophomore, T. C. Williams High School, 
Alexandria, Virginia, T: Shawn Lowe
MA013   An Expansion on Analysis of Kasner Polygons Generated by Iterative 
Minsuk Kim, 17, Junior, Paul VI Catholic High School, Fairfax, Virginia, 
T: Tom Andrewes
Purcellville, USVA07, Loudoun County Science and Engineering Fair  
Determination of Estrogen as a Trigger of Protandric Colony Formation of 
Amphiprion ocellaris 
Emily Marie Crisp, 18, Senior, Loudoun County Academy of Science, Sterling, 
Virginia, T: Jackie Curley
EN017   Determining if Magnetospirillum magnetotacticum Can be Used to Kill 
Tetrahymena pyriformis via Magnetically Induced Hyperthermia as a Basis 
for Alternative Cancer Treatment 
Anurag Narain Mathur, 17, Senior, Academy of Science, Sterling, Virginia, 
T: Jackie Curley
ME039   Downstream Assay for Laser Capture Microdissection to Examine JC Virus 
Trafficking into the Central Nervous System 
Paul Austin James Howell, 17, Senior, Dominion High School, Sterling, Virginia, 
T: Denise Lynne Wingfield
PS010   The Effect of Intraspecific Cooperation in Sibling Plants Descended from the 
Same Parental Type on the Amount of Biomass Produced 
Kelsi Samantha Faley, 16., Sophomore, Heritage High School, Leesburg, Virginia, 
T: Amol Chandra Patel

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Radford, USVA10, Blue Ridge Highlands Regional Science Fair  
ET008   Windbelt Application to Vehicles in Motion 
Taylor James Hay, 18, Senior, Southwest Virginia Governor’s School, Pulaski, 
Virginia, T: Kenneth Abel
ME014   The Music of the Heart: The Transformation of Electrocardiogram (ECG) into 
Heming Zhao, 18, Senior, Southwest Virginia Governor’s School, Pulaski, Virginia, 
T: Daniel Blake
Richmond, USVA11, Metro Richmond Science Fair  
EN019   Celloidosomes«: A Journey toward the Bioengineering of Artificial Micro-
Glands and Micro-Bioreactors 
Samantha Marie Marquez, 15, Freshman, Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School 
for Government and International Studies, Richmond, Virginia, T: Anna Shore
MA016   A Fractal Analysis of Musical Complexity through Time 
Jeffery Brunson Holste, 16., Junior, Mills E. Godwin High School, Henrico, Virginia, 
T: Laura Akesson
Roanoke, USVA08, Western Virginia Regional Science Fair  
EN018   An Investigation of the Porosity and Morphology of Fusion-Bonded Epoxy 
Rachel Alexandra Strauss, 17, Junior, Roanoke Valley Governor’s School for 
Science and Technology, Roanoke, Virginia, T: Fred Hoffman
MA014   Eigenvalues of the Zakharov-Shabat System 
Will Gooding, 17, Senior, Roanoke Valley Governor’s School for Science and 
Technology, Roanoke, Virginia, T: Linda Hanks
Bellevue, USWA03, Central Sound Regional Science & Engineering Fair  
EV008   Can You Drink a River? An Evaluation of Solar Disinfection Efficiency in the 
Inactivation of E. coli and Coliform Bacteria at a Northern Latitude 

Kathryn R McClintic, 16., Junior, Cedarcrest High School, Duvall, Washington, 
T: Kellie Halverson
Bremerton, USWA50, Washington State Science and Engineering Fair                  
CH027   Organic Photovoltaics II: Analyzing Amino Substituent Effects of Porphyrins 
through Synthesis, Characterization and Application of New (Zn) Amino/
carboxyphenylporphyrins in Dye Sensitized Solar Cells 
Xisen Tian, 18, Senior, Columbia River High School, Vancouver, Washington, 
T: Alex Rudine
EA017   A Novel Meta-Analysis of Data Using Sexual Cannibalism as a Mechanism for 
Tyrannosaurus Rex Reproduction 
Nicholas Maximiliano Vergara, 16., Junior, Cedarcrest High School, Duvall, 
Washington, T: Kellie Lou Halverson
EE064   Electrowetting for Novel Electromechanical Applications 
Andrey Sushko, 16., Junior, Hanford High School, Richland, Washington, 
T: Brian Palmer
Kennewick, USWA01, Mid-Columbia Regional Science and Engineering Fair
ET040   Analysis of Conducting Polymer PEDOT (Poly (3,4-Ethylenedioxythiophene)) 
and Nanostructured Titania for Solid-State Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells 

Akshai Baskaran, 18, Senior, Kennewick High School, WA, Washington, 
T: Chitra Sivaraman
PS011   The Use of Sodium Polyacrylate to Increase Crop Production in Dry-Land 
Kira Elizabeth Powell, 16., Junior, Odessa High School, Odessa, Washington, 
T: Jeffery Wehr
Tacoma, USWA02, South Sound Regional Science Fair  
AS045   In Search of the Causative Genetic Element(s) Affecting Entropion Eyelid 
Development in Newborn Lambs: Is It OAR16_14874751? 
Aerin Erika Towle, 17, Senior, Sumner High School, Sumner, Washington, 
T: Gregory Alan Pile

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EN036   eHeart: ECG Signal Processing System for Automatic Detection of Cardiac 
Vamsi Chunduru, 17, Senior, Capital High School, Olympia, Washington, 
T: Jennifer Echtle
EV315T  Seasonal Succession of Phytoplankton Species in Quartermaster Harbor and 
as Precursors to Alexandrium catenella Blooms 
Elizabeth Anne Meucci, 18, Senior; Alyssa Ashley Ylescupidez, 18, Senior
Bellarmine Preparatory School, Tacoma, , T: Ron Nilsen
Fairmont, USWV50, West Virginia State Science and Engineering Fair  
CB028   TLR3-Mediated Signaling Protects Astrocytes Against Oxidative Stress 
through SOD2 Upregulation 

Swetha Krishna Doppalapudi, 16., Junior, Morgantown High School, Morgantown, 
West Virginia, T: Gregory Konat
Keyser, USWV01, West Virginia Eastern Panhandle Regional High School Science Fair  
ET047   The Effect of Winglet Angle on the Induced Drag of an Airplane 

Taylor Mason Hose, 16., Junior, Hedgesville High School, Hedgesville, West Virginia, 
T: Andrew Ferber
MA049   The Fractal Geometry of the Mandelbrot and Julia Sets: A Simple Relationship 
in the Complex Plane 
Aishwarya Saluja, 15, Sophomore, Hedgesville High School, Hedgesville, 
West Virginia, T: Andrew Ferber
MI063   The Effect of Citrus Extract on Mycobacterium avium Subspecies 
Paratuberculosis under Aerobic and Anaerobic Conditions 
Erin Allison Weddle, 16., Junior, Musselman High School, Inwood, West Virginia, 
T: Brenda Waterworth
West Liberty, USWV03, West Liberty State University Regional Science and 
Engineering Fair  
AS024   A Continuing Study of Aggression during Shelter Competition between 
Invasive and Indigenous Species of Crayfish 

Vincent Jacob O’Leary, 15, Sophomore, Wheeling Central Catholic High School, 
Wheeling, West Virginia, T: Theresa Fultz
Glendale, USWI02, Nicolet Science and Engineering Fair  
BE018   Who Pays More for Nationally Branded Products—Educated or Less 
Enlightened, Old or Young? 
Sara Elisabeth Miller, 14, Freshman, Nicolet High School, Gendale, Wisconsin, 
T: Gary Stresman
EE033   The Design & Construction of an Improved Point-of-Use Antimicrobial Water 
Purification System 
Jonathan Charles Fuqua, 18, Senior, Nicolet High School, Glendale, Wisconsin, 
T: Gary Stresman
MI311T  The Effect of Essential Oils on the Growth of Streptococcus pneumoniae 
Emily Galan Murphy, 15, Freshman; Adam Jacob Salerno Kallas, 14, Freshman
Nicolet High School, Glendale, Wisconsin, T: Melissa Trepte
Madison, USWI04, Capital Science and Engineering Fair  
CB027   Effects of Chemoattractant Leukotriene B4 in Neutrophil Response to CuSO4 
Induced Wounding 
Maya Pema Dorje, 18, Senior, James Madison Memorial High School, Madison, 
Wisconsin, T: Rick Erickson
EN046   Engineering E. coli for Biosynthesis of Hydrocarbons 

Suman Gunasekaran, 16., Freshman, James Madison Memorial Senior High School, 
Madison, Wisconsin, T: Brian Pfleger
Milwaukee, USWI50, Badger State Science and Engineering Fair  
CS045   High School Facebook Network Analysis 
Angela Chen, 15, Freshman, Nicolet High School, Glendale, Wisconsin, 
T: Gary Stresman

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EM030   Making a Good Use of a Bad Weed: From Garlic Mustard into Biofuel 
Becky Chu, 16., Junior, Divine Savior Holy Angels High School, Milwaukee, 
Wisconsin, T: Betty Jo Azpell
EN015   Improving the Efficacy of Orthotics for Neuropathic Foot Ulcerations 

Isabelle Cicely Gill, 14, Freshman, Nicolet High School, Glendale, Wisconsin, 
T: Eliot Scheuer
Milwaukee, USWI03, University School of Milwaukee—Science Fair  
BE014   Effects of the Full Moon on Human Behavior 
Dominique Helen Tlomak, 14, Freshman, University School of Milwaukee, 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, T: Marja Konkol
EE012   Rotational Impact Forces and Hockey Helmet Design 
Ashton Rhys Wackym, 16., Junior, University School of Milwaukee, Milwaukee, 
Wisconsin, T: Robert Juranitch
EM009   Improving the Efficiency of Petrophilic Microbes 
Kern Khanna, 15, Sophomore, University School of Milwaukee, Milwaukee, 
Wisconsin, T: Robert Juranitch
Sheboygan, USWI01, Lakeland Science and Engineering Fair  
EA014   A Study of the Relationship between the Current and the Seiche in Lake 
Superior at Bayfield, WI 
Alexandra Jean Gephart, 17, Junior, Bayfield High School, Bayfield, Wisconsin, 
T: Richard Erickson
Greybull, USWY01, Northern Wyoming District Science Fair  
EM001   Soil Amendment Variations: Their Role in Improving Surface Mine 

Travis Cole Sylvester, 17, Junior, Greybull High School, Greybull, Wyoming, 
T: Joel Kuper
EM002   Application of Hydrothermal Mesophiles as a Control for Oil Contamination 

Jessica Fay Hunt, 17, Sophomore, Greybull High School, Greybull, Wyoming, 
T: Joel Kuper
Laramie, USWY50, Wyoming State Science Fair
Unusual Cold Denaturation of the Small Protein Domain 
Natalie Melinda Shih, 17, Senior, Laramie Senior High School, Laramie, Wyoming, 
T: Erin Klauk
CS008   A Comparison of Factoring Efficiency: Iterated Function Method vs. Quadratic 
Maurice Olympic Shih, 14, Freshman, Laramie Junior High School, Laramie, 
Wyoming, T: Erin Klauk
MA004   Continued Fractions and Mathematical Constants 
Gabriel Wolfgang Shih, 16., Sophomore, Laramie Senior High School, Laramie, 
Wyoming, T: Erin Klauk
Atlantida, URY001, Feria Nacional de Clubes de Ciencia  
CS301T  Visuallly Impaired Helps Program (PADV) 
Luis Gustavo Aceredo, 20, Senior; Matias Rodriguez, 17, Senior
Technological Top Institute of Paysandu, Paysandu, Uruguay, 
T: Bruno Rodriguez Techera
EM302T  Our Native Fruits: Opportunity or Utopia? 
Maria Fernandez, 16., Junior; Yamila Cuendes, 16., Junior; Gonzalo Camejo, 16., Junior
Jose Alonso y Trelles, Tala, Canelones, Uruguay, T: Gladys Clavijo
EM303T  Automatic Cheese Washed 
Luis Pereyra, 15, Freshman; #  Romina Rostan, 15, Freshman
Escuela Agraria La Concordia, Colonia Concordia - Dolores, Soriano, Uruguay, T: 
Fernando Piazze

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Hochiminh city, VNM001, Ho Chi Minh Science Fair  
EM034   ARMOR SHRIMP - The Friendly Waste 
An Hai Nguyen, 17, Junior, Tran Dai Nghia High School for the Gifted, Ho Chi Minh, 
Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, T: Lan Huong Thi Nguyen
Hue, VNM002, Thua Thien Hue Science Fair  
PH311T  Determining Heights and Angles in Space by Using Plane Mirror System 
Tien Thuc Ha, 17, Junior; Long Pham Phuoc Doan, 17, Junior; Thien Van Bao 
Nguyen, 17, Junior
Quoc Hoc Special Senior High School for the Gifted, Hue, Thua Thien Hue, 
Vietnam, T: Chi Thi Kim Le
St. Croix, TEVI01, The Virgin Islands Science Fair  
ET312T  The Ultimate Car 
Joariam Fragosa, 17, Junior; Cydmarie Ayala, 16, Junior
St. Croix Career & Technical Educational Center, Kingshill, Virgin Islands, 
T: Joseph Shrader
St. Croix, TEVI02, The Good Hope School Science Fair  
CB037   Plasmids for Prostate Cancer: Construction of Single Chain Variable 
Fragments (ScFv) F77 for Prostate Cancer Monoclonal Antibody Therapy 
Gabriela Isla-Inez Canales, 15, Sophomore, The Good Hope School, Fredriksted, 
Virgin Islands, T: Jane Coles
MI057   Killer Extracts II: A Study on the Antibacterial Effectiveness of Psidium 

Eliza W Mongeau, 17, Junior, The Good Hope School, Frederiksted, St.Croix, 
Virgin Islands, T: Mary Jane Coles



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