REFLECTIONS OF YOUNG SCIENTISTS
FEATURING PRESENTATIONS BY SELECTED INTEL SCIENCE WINNERS
FOR 2005 WITH EMPHASIS ON THEIR PERSONAL SCIENTIFIC PATH AND
THE USEAGE OF MATHEMATICAL METHODS IN THEIR WORK.
SPONSORED BY PROFESSOR DAVID MAZZIOTTI
DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
AND A GRANT FROM THE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION.
The following files are in PDF format and can be opened or downloaded. Each one has a personal account of the participant and the basic concepts of their scientific work. Jennifer Ding - Web based searches Web based searches Boris Hanin - Geometric center of mass Center of Mass Spencer Jake Gessner - Optimal Sphere Packing Optimal Sphere Packing Stefanie Levanthal - Value differences in the age of the internet Internet and Value Sarah Mallik -Social Science .. factors in religious conservatism Factors in Muslim religious conservatism Brittany Rohrman - Hydroxurea and Sickle Cell Disease Hydroxyurea derivatives for Sickle Cell Disease John Sillcox - Fibonacci numbers Fibonacci numbers Swarup Swaminathan - Heats of formation Heats of Formation Maria Wojakowshi - Nest Temperature and Offsping Sex Ratio of the Diamondback Terrapin Diamondback Terrapin David C Yang - Isoperimetric Problem Isoperimetric Problem A list of the Intel semifinalists and their schools and projects. Lists all Intel semifinalists 2005 and their work. The top 3 winners of the 2005 Intel Science Talent Search. From Left to right, David Vigliarolo Bauer, 1st place ($100,000), Timothy Frank Credo, 2nd place ($75,000) and Kelley Harris 3rd place ($50,000).
White House Photo: President Bush & the 2005 Intel Science Talent Search finalists President George W. Bush meets the 40 finalists of the 2005 Intel Science Talent Search in the Blue Room of the White House, Monday, March 14, 2005. The science competition, known as the "junior Nobel Prize", allows U.S. high school seniors to complete an original research project that is reviewed by a national jury of professional scientists. White House photo by Susan Sterner. Please send us your comments on the articles presented above.
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