Wenyi Cai, 17Naperville, ILTechnology: “Quantitative Analysis of Highly Transient Gasoline Sprays by Time-Resolved Synchroton X-Radiography”
Allan Chu, 17Saratoga, CATechnology: “LZAC Lossless Data Compression: A Novel Approach to Minimum Redundancy Coding”
Jason Chu, 16Hockessin, DEScience: “Fibrogenesis Retardation”
Sebastian Chang, 14Trabuco Canyon, CAMusic: “Music Composition With Performance and Improvisation”
Marcin Mejran, 16New York, NYMathematics: “Measuring Transcriptional States with a Highly Parallel Single Molecular Resequencing Approach”
Jennifer Alyono, 17Silver Spring, MDScience: “Electrochemical Biosensor for Phospholipase C Based on Supported Hybrid Lipid”
Sheel Ganatra, 17Newark, DE
Mathematics: “Escaping a Forest of Circular Mirrors: A Topological Analysis of Phase Spaces”
Louis Malcom Hutson, III, 17Mandeville, LATechnology: “Hashing Algorithms: An Evolutionary Approach”
Ashvin Mysore, 17Louisville, CA
Technology: “Fractal Terrain generation with the ROAM Terrain System”
Britta Redwood, 14Grapevine, TXLiterature: “The Singing Earth”
Kavita Shukla, 17Ellicot City, MDScience: “Food Preservation Technology Utilizing Fenugreek (Trigonella Foenum Graecum)”
Christopher Falzone, 16Richmond, VAMusic: “At the Piano -- A Celebration of Human Expression and Creativity”
Jennifer Hall, 17Mt. Pleasant, SCLiterature: “Afloat”
Alexandra Morris, 10Ventura, CALiterature: “Into the Archway”
Alexander Power, 15Cedar Falls, IAMathematics: “On Chromatic Polynomials and the Properties of their Chromatic Growth Ratios”
Benjamin Schwartz, 16Westport, COMathematics: “A New Tool for the Measurement & Analysis of Grain Boundary Energy with the Atomic Force Microscope”
Amyie Vuong, 16Oklahoma City, OKScience: “Autoimmunity and Cancer”
Mr. Jeff BinderCincinnati, OhioTechnology: Discord -A Game Engine for MAC OS X
Literature: Gauguin's Mirror and Poems
Music: Compositions Dealing with the Human Condition
Video - 2002 Davidson Fellows Reception (YouTube)For more information, visit the Fellows Press Room.
Started in 1999, the Davidson Institute for Talent Development is a 501(c)3 private operating foundation. Our mission is to recognize, nurture and support profoundly intelligent young people ages 18 and under, and to provide opportunities for them to develop their talents to make a positive difference.
Profoundly gifted students are those who score in the 99.9th percentile on IQ and achievement tests.
Read more about this population here.