Georgia’s finalists in International Science and Engineering Fair
(Left) Animesh Koratana, Pinnacle award winner.
Among the finalists from Georgia who earned their places at the International Science and Engineering Fair in Phoenix were four from the South Asian community. This fair, from Society for Science & the Public, in partnership with the Intel Foundation, is for 9th through 12th graders who earned the right to compete by winning a top prize at a local, regional, state, or national science fair.
From the Georgia State Science and Engineering Fair (SEF), Athens, Agni Kumar, 18, Senior at Milton High School presented a Math project, “Break Divisors as Canonical Representatives for Divisor Classes on Complete Graphs: Applications to the Internet of Things.”
From the Fulton County Regional SEF, Atlanta, Animesh Koratana, 17, Junior at Northview High School, Johns Creek, presented “Deriving Unsupervised Fluid Intelligence from Schema-Less Polymorphic Unstructured Data.”
From the Gwinnett Regional SEF, Duluth, Simran Modi, 17, Senior at The Gwinnett School of Math, Science, and Technology, Lawrenceville, presented “Novel Machine Learning Algorithms for Early Diagnosis of Melanoma.”
From the DeKalb SEF, Stone Mountain, Krishna Pucha, 17, Junior at Chamblee Charter High School, presented “Increased in vivo Activation of Mucosal Immune Cells by Orally Administered Yogurt-Based L. lactis Vaccine Vector.”
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