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Intel ISEF 2014 Special Awards Organization Profile

 

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American Mathematical Society

Website:
http://www.ams.org/

 

The American Mathematical Society was founded in 1888, to further the interests of mathematical research & scholarship, as well as to serve the national/international community through its publications, meetings, advocacy & other programs. Friends and family of the late mathematician, Karl Menger, contribute to a fund in his memory, to be distributed by the AMS for annual awards at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.

 

Why We Participate

For the AMS, this is the twenty-seventh year of participation and is the twenty-fifth year of the presentation of the Karl Menger Awards. Participation at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair allows us to recognize outstanding high school students in the mathematical areas of science and engineering, based on projects submitted at the Intel ISEF.

 

 

2014 Awards Offered

First Award of $2,000

First Award of $2,000

Second Award of $1,000

Second Award of $1000

Third Award of $500

Third Award of $500

 

Intel ISEF 2014 Awards

First Award of $2,000

Nitya Mani

Characterizing the n-Division Points of Genus-0 Curves through Straightedge and Compass Constructions

 

Second Award of $1000

Kevin Lee

Strongly Coupling the Electrical and Mechanical Dynamics of the Heartbeat in a Diffuse Interface Model

 

Second Award of $1000

Sarah Shader

Weighted Catalan Numbers and Their Divisibility Properties

 

Third Award of $500

Shahar Silberstein

Hidden Secrets in Cevian Triangles

 

Third Award of $500

Ritesh Ragavender

Odd Dunkl Operators and nilHecke Algebras

 

Third Award of $500

Rayna Gadzheva

Covering Squares of Side Length n+ε with Unit Squares

 

Third Award of $500

Paul Clarke

On the Hamiltonicity of Cubic, Polyhedral, Bipartite Graphs

 

 

Picture of 2014 Award Winners

 

 
   
 

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