Thailand’s Contribution to the ISEF

Posted on February 23, 2008  Comments (0)

Intel to send 5 to US

Intel Microelectronics (Thailand) Ltd is sponsoring five young Thai students to participate in the 59th Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) in Atlanta, Georgia

Two of the individual entries are a musical instrument sound analysis and recognition system, which won the first prize in the computer science category, and was developed by Boonyarit Somrealvongkul, and a method of measuring a curved path’s radius with a modified car, which took first prize in the engineering category and was developed by Ronnapee Chaichaowarat.

The third project is a team entry, “New Plywood Products”, the first prize winner in the environmental science category, developed by Pheemadej Prasitwarawej, Tanavorakit Bangkeaw and Manapas Hararak, from Montfort College, Chiang Mai.

Over 1,500 of the brightest young scientists from around the world attend the fair every year, where they share ideas, showcase cutting-edge science projects and compete for more than $3 million (94.5 million baht) in awards and scholarships.

Related: Intel International Science and Engineering Fair 2007Intel International Science and Engineering Fair AwardsDirectory of Science Fairs

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