See the National Student Award winners demo their innovations in Exhibit Hall A B C at the Focus on Innovation Pavilion.
-Issac Kim, North Hollywood High School, 2014 Winner of the Air Force Association
Cyberpatriot Competition CyberPatriot: Issac Kim competed by laptop and remote access to use his cyber-defense knowledge to thwart attacks on computer systems and networks.
-Carmel Fiscko and Rachel Dunkin, High Tech High School, San Diego, CA, 2013 winner of the Chairman’s Award, US First Robotics Competition
FIRST: Carmel Fisco and Rachel Dunkin designed and built their winning robot to receive the most prestigious Championship Chairman’s Award at the FIRST Robotics competition.
-Katelyn Sweeney, Natick High School, 2013 Lemelson-MIT InvenTeams Grant Awardee
LemelsonMIT: Katelyn Sweeney developed a remotely operated vehicle that functions on ice for local search and rescue teams and first responders.
-Gerald Meixiong, Lakeside High School, Lakeside, GA 2014 winner of the Siemens Foundation Competition
Siemens: Gerald Meixiong discovered a mechanism for chromosome segregation that alters the division speed that will be applied to therapeutic drugs for cancers.
-Kate Randolph & Mallory Miller, Xavier College Preparatory School, 2014 honorees from Engineering Programs in Community Service (EPICS), Purdue University
EPICS: Kate Randolph and Mallory Miller have worked on numerous projects including “Phoenix Renews”, where a large vacant area of land is being transformed to create an educational space and “Ovens For Ghana” which created a sustainable cooking method for villagers using solar energy.