• First Award of $1000: "An Optimization Algorithm for Space Mission Design: Dynamically Simulating Energy-Efficient Trajectories;" Erika Alden DeBenedictis, 16, Saint Pius X High School, Albuquerque, New Mexico
• Second Award of $500: "A Stream Cipher Algorithm Based on Magic Cube;" Xiao Liu, 18, Northeast Yucai School, Shenyang, China
• Third Award of $350: "Stegacrypt: A Modular Steganography Framework;" Martin Christoph Maas, 20, Georg Cantor Gymnasium, Halle (Saale), Germany
• Team First Award of $500 for each team member: "The Computer Analysis of Digital X-Rays to Identify Oral Cavities;" Mary Rochelle Unsworth, 17, and Rebekah Kristine Unsworth, 15, Kingswood Academy, Sulphur, Louisiana
• Team Second Award of $400 for each team member: "Engineering a Modular Infrared Tracking Sensor for Use with the Foster-Miller TALON, a Man-Portable Reconnaissance Robot;" Matthew Hobart Fairbank, 18, and Jonathan Michael Rodriguez, 18, Keystone School, San Antonio, Texas
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