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Intel International Science & Engineering Fair 2012

Category Awards:
Kevin Nguyen and Puna Chittajallu: PESH,  team project in  Chemistry:  2nd place $1500
Rohan Thakur:  PESH, Earth and Space Science:  2nd Place $1500
Lisa Michaels:  Shepton HS:  Medicine and Health:  2nd Place $1500

Thabit Pulak: RichardsonHS:
Environmental Science: 3rd Place $1000
Ahneesh Mohanty:  Clark HS: Medicine and Health:  4th Place $500 

Special Awards:

Kevin Nguyen and Puna Chittajallu, PESH:  Sigma Xi - 3rd place $1500;  American Association of Physics Teachers and the American Physical Society:  $4,000
Rene Beach and Aileen Huang, PSHS:  2nd Place Air Force Research Laboratory $2,000
Lisa Michaels, Shepton:    Air Force Research Laboratory 2nd Place $2,000
Rohan Thakur, PESH:  $15,000 per year to the Florida Institute of Technology

Thabit Pulak, RichardsonHS: US EPA
Patrick H. Hurd Sustainability Award  

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Beal Bank Dallas Regional Science & Engineering Fair 2012

In the Dallas Morning News

2012 Beal Bank Dallas Regional Science and Engineering Fair results


Students Attend Science, Engineering Fair

Judges sought for Dallas Regional Science and Engineering Fair


Science-engineering fair organizers seek judges for 2012 event




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ExxonMobil Texas State Science & Engineering Fair 2012

DRSEF students win 40% of prizes, including:

Jerry Jones – Dallas ISD -  2nd Grand Life Prize – Junior Division  

Rohan Thakur – Plano ISD :  2nd Grand Physical Prize - Senior Division

Aileen Huang and Renee Beach – Plano ISD -  1st place in category - Senior Division (reserve grand for ISEF)

Aly Ashraf - Coppell ISD - 1st place in category - Senior Division (reserve grand for ISEF) 

Thabit Pulak - Richardson ISD - 1st place in category - Senior Division (reserve grand for ISEF)

Full Results



ExxonMobil Texas State Science & Engineering Fair 2011

DRSEF students sweep 1st Grand Prizes.

All four 1st Grand Prizes were awarded to projects from the DRSEF. Many other DRSEF students were
successful including a 2nd Grand Prize, and 1-2-3 and 1-2-3-4 sweeps of some science categories. Full results.
Junior Divsion
Best in Show
Kaleigh Gallant & Emily Lowry - UV Rays: Stealing the Color Frisco, TX
 
Physical Sciences
1st Grand
Kaleigh Gallant & Emily Lowry - UV Rays: Stealing the Color Frisco, TX
 
Life Sciences
1st Grand
Justin Du - Garlic Chives - Pest Repelling Plano, TX
Senior Division
Best in Show
Madeleine Ball - Coping with Copepods: Year 5 Dallas, TX
 
Physical Sciences
1st Grand
Rohan Thakur - Green Energy From the Deep Blue: Using Kites to Generate Energy from Ocean Currents Plano, TX
 
2nd Grand Shayan Mohanty - Don't Fear - It's Secure: Networking Passive RFID Nodes Plano, TX
 
Life Sciences
1st Grand
Madeleine Ball - Coping with Copepods: Year 5 Dallas, TX
 

Beal Bank Dallas Regional Science & Engineering Fair 2011


Press Release

Dallas Morning News Article
 Beal Bank science, engineering fair draws 750 middle, high school entrants to Fair Park

Richardson teen's science project draws praise from President Obama at White House event

Amy Chyao, Beal Bank DRSEF 2010 Grand Prize winner, presents her project to the President at the inaugural
White House Science Fair. She was also invited to the recent State of the Union address



Beal Bank Dallas Regional Science & Engineering Fair 2010


Press Release

Dallas Morning News Winners List


ExxonMobil Texas State Science & Engineering Fair 2010

Full results

Congratulations to the following top winners who qualified from the Beal Bank DRSEF:

Junior Division

Grand Physical Second
Vertical Wind Turbines

Contestant(s): JUNAID KALAIR
Region: Dallas
Category: Energy and Transportation


Senior Division
Grand Physical First (Best in Fair)
Lights, Quantum Dots, Action!

Contestant(s): AMY CHYAO
Region: Dallas
Category: Chemistry

Grand Physical Second
Optimization of a Novel High Efficiency Photo-thermovoltaic Concentrator Solar Cell

Contestant(s): ROUNOK JOARDAR
Region: Dallas
Category: Energy and Transportation




Intel International Science & Engineering Fair 2010

SSP announces top winners of the Intel ISEF 2010

Amy Chyao, 15, of Richardson, Texas, was awarded first place for her work to develop a photosensitizer for photodynamic therapy (PDT), an emerging cancer treatment that uses light energy to activate a drug that kills cancer cells. Amy received $75,000 and the Gordon E. Moore Award, given for the first time in honor of the Intel co-founder and retired chairman and CEO.

Winners sponsored by Beal Bank DRSEF:

Special Awards:
Amy Chyao: Williams HS
Office of Naval Research $8000 tuition scholarship
Patent and Trademark Office Society-$250
International Optical Engineering Award
Applied Spectroscopy Award
United Technologies Award-2000 shares of stocks
Rounok Joardar PWSHS
GE energy-$2500

Grand Awards
3rd- Rounok Joardar Energy and Transportation $1000 - PWSHS
2nd- Sheryl Li Plant Sciences $1500 - Jasper HS
2nd- Elisa Lin and Ian Chan Team Projects $1500 - PWSHS and PESH
1st- Amy Chyao Chemistry $3000, Best in category $5000, Gordon E. Moore
Award $75,000 (Best in fair)



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