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We are the statewide branch of the IEEE.
On Thursday March 12, 2015, nine Connecticut students were awarded Connecticut Section IEEE prizes for their projects in the Connecticut Science and Engineering Fair held at Quinnipiac University in Hamden. The students are from schools in Connecticut grades 7 through 12. For over 35 years, the Connecticut Section has given special awards to those students who show exemplary aptitude in fields related to the IEEE. These students represent the best and brightest minds coming out of our Connecticut schools. Visit their Site at http://www.ctsciencefair.org/
With the limited number of awards to grant and a slew of high-caliber projects, it was an arduous task to determine those true standout entries. The IEEE members acting as judges were Gary Felberbaum, Elena Bertozzi, Peter Kootsookos, Brad Elker and Bill Wessman.
We would like to extend our congratulations to the following winners of this year's IEEE CT Science Fair Award recipients.
CT Science Fair IEEE Special Award Recipients
Evaluation of Several Resonant Power Electronic Converters in Capacitively Coupled Wireless Energy Transmitters
R. Callaghan and
A Feasibility Study of Portable, Ground-Based Ice-Penetrating Radar to Resolve Cartography Deficiencies.
D. Giebisch and
Echocardiogram-Based Wireless Left Ventricular Assist Device (LVAD) with Mobile Application Monitoring and Control
The Effect of Different Checkerboard Sizes on Steady State Visually Evoked Potentials
Opening a Garage Door with Raspberry Pi
Substitution of Metals in a Salt-Water Engine to Increase Energy-Efficiency
Efficiency of Piezoelectric Materials for Electric Production