• Apurv Hirsh Shekhar, 16, of the Blake School, Minneapolis, Minnesota, won the top award of $1,000 for his entry, "A Topographic Pressure Equalization Approach to Facility Assignment with Capacity Constraints for Disaster and Emergency Response."
• Brittany Michelle Wenger, 18, of the Out-of-Door Academy in Sarasota, Florida, won the second-place award of $500 for her entry, "Cloud4Cancer Tackles Genetic Expression Profiles to Diagnose Leukemia." Wenger was also a Grand Award winner.
• Fan Zhang, 18, of Lisgar Collegiate Institute in Ottawa, Canada, won the third-place award of $350 for the entry "Mobile Vision: An Efficient Algorithm and Its Applications."
• A first-place team award of $500 each was given to Kevin Li Huang, 16, of Jericho High School in Jericho, New York, and Mustafa Abid Ansari, 16, of Old Bethpage John F. Kennedy High School in Plainview, New York, for their entry, "A Heuristic Method for Determining Distance-Optimal Supercomputer Interconnection Networks."
• The second-place team award of $400 each was awarded to 18-year-olds Szu-Jung Wu and Shiang-Wen Huang, both of National Hsinchu Girls' Senior High School in Hsinchu City, Chinese Taipei Shang, for their entry, "Fish-Eye-Like Spot Magnifier with Low Cognitive Load for Image Browsing."