Washington, D.C.—A Richmond student earned a $30,000 scholarship for his electrical engineering project in the prestigious Siemens Competition in Math, Science & Technology.
Saumil Bandyopadhyay, a student at Maggie L. Walker Governor's School for Government and International Studies, participated in the competition, held in Washington D.C. His innovative project on electrical engineering secured a $30,000 scholarship for Bandyopadhyay in the final round of the competition.
The top prize in the individual category went to Kensen Shi, a senior at A&M Consolidated High School in College Station, Texas, who won a $100,000 scholarship. Shi developed a new method to improve robot motion planning.
Jeremy Appelbaum, William Gil and Allen Shin, seniors at George W. Hewlett High School in Hewlett, New York, will share the $100,000 Grand Prize in the Team category for investigating COP1, a key protein in plants and animals.
The fourteenth annual awards were presented Tuesday morning at George Washington University, host of the 2012 Siemens Competition National Finals.
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