Magazine article AI Magazine

AAAI INTEL ISEF Special Awards

Magazine article AI Magazine

AAAI INTEL ISEF Special Awards

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Now in its eighth year, the AAAI Special Awards program at the annual Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) consists of up to 10 awards to recognize outstanding achievement in the area of intelligent computation and robotics. The awards are intended for the best exhibits in the area of computer science with an artificial intelligence component. Finalists in other areas with significant computer science components are also eligible. The student authors of each award-winning project share $500 and each student receives a certificate and other momentos. The winners and their schools also receive a complimentary one-year membership in the AAAI, including a subscription to AI Magazine.

This year, the ISEF was held May 713, 2006 in Indianapolis, Indiana. There were 10 winning projects by 13 students (two teams). Eight projects were entered in the category of computer science, one in engineering, and one in mathematics. The 2006 winners are as follows:

* Facool: Convenient Internet Face Retrieval System (Liu Liu, Shanghai Datong High School, Shanghai, China)

* Statistical-based Adaptive Binarization for Document Imaging (Nat Piyapramote, Sarasit Phithayalai School, Banpong, Ratchaburi, Thailand)

* A Novel Approach to the Automatic Recognition of Emotions in Natural Speech (Caroline Elizabeth Pietsch, Ossining High School, Ossining, New York)

* Tough or Diabolical? An Analysis of Sudoku Difficulty Level (Elsa Star Culler, Lincoln Park High School, Chicago, Illinois)

* Three-Dimensional Face Recognition from Video: Facial Surface Reconstruction and Analysis Using Tensor Algebra and Differential Geometry Justin Moore Solomon, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria, Virginia)

* Combining Touch Screen and Scanner Input for Handwriting Recognition (Alan Garrett Pierce and Nathaniel John Broussard, School of Science and Technology, Beaverton, Oregon)

* Leaf! …

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