The 2015 Intel Science Talent Search results are out. This year they divided the prizes into three categories: basic research, global good, and innovation. All three top prizes in basic research were awarded to our PRIMES students:
- First place: Noah Golowich, Resolving a Conjecture on Degree of Regularity, with some Novel Structural Results
- Second place: Brice Huang, Monomization of Power Ideals and Generalized Parking Functions
- Third place: Shashwat Kishore, Multiplicity Space Signatures and Applications in Tensor Products of sl2 Representations
PRIMES’ success in this year’s Siemens competition is even more impressive. Unlike Intel, Siemens didn’t divide the projects into three groups. We took the first and second overall individual prizes.
- First place: Peter Tian, Extremal Functions of Forbidden Multidimensional Matrices
- Second place: Zoseph Zurier, Generalizations of the Joints Problem
PRIMES is the place for high school math research. Congratulations to all our students—and to me (and my colleagues) for a job well done!Share: