Participants per category


  1. * Javon Jennings, The Use of International Writing Systems to Enhance Password Security, Key Destiny Homeschool, Huntsville
  2. * Ahnaf, Hossain, Deep Learning on Autonomous Vehicles, Auburn High School, Auburn
  3. Logan, Bracknell, Simulating Mutualism Using Machine Learning, Wetumpka High School, Wetumpka
  4. Anna Bekah Cress, Ultrasonic Sight: Mindstorms EV3 Wearable Device for Blind Navigators, Libertas Classical Community, Decatur
  5. Eliot Cornett, A Low-Cost Approach to Reverse-Osmosis Desalination Using Solar Energy, Alabama School of Fine Arts, Birmingham
  6. Jackson Rodriguez, Solar Powering a Raspberry Pi, Wetumpka High School, Wetumpka
  7. Ashwin Prabhakar, Portable Spectral Imaging System, Bob Jones High School, Madison
  8. Lillian Vilardi, Plastics on the Roads, Wetumpka High School, Wetumpka
  9. Naeim Mahjouri, Generating Energy from Wheel Motion by Designing a Hybrid 3D-Printed Triboelectric Nanogenerator, Auburn High School, Auburn
  10. McNair Shah, A Generative Adversarial Network for Sentimental Text Generation, Alabama School of Fine Arts, Birmingham



  1. * Julian Vilardi, Glowing Gumballs: Can Gumballs be Used as an Additive to Reduce Paint’s Flammability?, Wetumpka High School, Wetumpka
  2. *Sreekiran Nataraj, Measuring indicators of Water Pollution in Hoover High’s Retention Pond with Benthic Macro-Invertebrates and Water Chemistry, Hoover High School, Hoover
  3. Saniya Keshwani, Pollution Affecting Elementary Schools, Hoover High School, Hoover
  4. Dakota Perry, Stopping Pollution in our Waterways without Contributing to Global Warming, Davidson High School, Mobile
  5. Amitis Moradkhani, Dye Removal with GO Reinforced Nanocomposite MOFs, Indian Springs School, Pelham
  6. Elizabeth Lancaster, Finding Correlation Between Particulate Matter and Populations Across Alabama, Alabama School of Fine Arts, Birmingham
  7. Jordan Jennings, The Effectiveness of Various Forms of Bamboo as a Bio-Insulation Replacement for Standard Fiber and Cellulose Insulation, Key Destiny Homeschool, Huntsville
  8. Abby Gobbels, A Quantitative Report on How Local Construction is Affecting the Natural PH, Phosphate, and Nitrate levels of water in a Nature Preserve., Hoover High School, Hoover

Life Science

  1. *Samir Abouhaidar, To what extent do varying temperatures in Celsius affect the cellular respiration rates of reactions of Yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) while respiring sucrose (C12H22O11)?, Hoover High School, Hoover
  2. *Srijan Meesala, A Correlation between the SUCLG! Gene and Diabetic Cardiomyopathy in Mus Musculus, Hoover High School, Hoover
  3. Eva Ledvina, Seasonal Differences in Bird Diversity in North Central Alabama, Jefferson County International Baccalaureate High School, Irondale
  4. Maya Lundy, Analyzing Phenotypic Differences in LIfe Cycle Stages in Agarophyton vermiculophyllum, Alabama School of Fine Arts, Birmingham
  5. Shrijith Balasundararajan, Gene Regulation of Chil1, Eya2, Atf3, and Ptgs2 in Heart-Tissue Associated with Diabetes and Heart Failure, Alabama School of Fine Arts, Birmingham
  6. Shivani Babu, Attenuation of Adipocyte Hypertrophy in a Palmitic Acid-Induced 3T3 Cell Model through Lupeol Treatment, Auburn High School, Auburn
  7. Arian Phillips, Pollution effects on Pulmonary functions, Jemison High School, Huntsville


 Medicine Health and Behavioral Science

  1. * Henna Parekh, Bioinformatics Study of the TET2-ASXL1 Microenvironment, Alabama School of Fine Arts, Birmingham
  2. *Adrianna Orsi, Don’t Ovary Act, Wetumpka High School, Wetumpka
  3. *Shayaan Essanai, Exploring physiological and psychological changes as a result of the CORNA virus pandemic. Hoover High School, Hoover
  4. Nathan Lee and Sophia Guo, Effectiveness of Hand Sanitizer by Price, Northridge Middle School, Tuscaloosa
  5. Jackson Darby, Can Artificial Intelligence via Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) Detect Skin Cancer?, Providence Classical School, Huntsville
  6. Rhyana Mahatsente, How Does Video Gaming Affect Reaction Time in Adolescents?, Tuscaloosa Magnet Middle School, Tuscaloosa
  7. James Shi, Determining the Best Site for ATRX mRNA Breakdown, Alabama School of Fine Arts, Birmingham
  8. Trisha Bheemanathini, Local and Global Factors of the Generalized Poggendorff Illusions, Alabama School of Fine Arts, Birmingham


Physical Science Earth and Space Science

  1. James Dean, Drag Queens, Wetumpka High School, Wetumpka
  2. James LaPorte, Theoretical Graphene Production, Wetumpka High School, Wetumpka
  3. Makaila Jennings, How Distance Affects the Double Dip Transit Photometry Method’s Ability to Detect Exoplanets, Key Destiny Homeschool, Huntsville
  4. Serena Ward, High and Low Frequency, Wetumpka High School, Wetumpka


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