Intel Northwest Science Expo Dates

For 2020 the Intel Northwest Science Expo is still looking for a location. We are hoping for the first Friday or Saturday in April. High school students must qualify for Intel NWSE by placing in the top third at their regional fair.  

The Northwest Science Expo System

2019 Team Oregon

2019 Team Oregon

Team Oregon consists of the high school students selected as the top projects at regional and state fairs.

NWSES encompasses seven regional fairs and the Intel Northwest Science Expo, which are affiliated with the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.  Eligible participants are 5th-12th grade students in Oregon.

Forms Wizard and Document Library updated

The 2020 ISEF forms are now available from the Help tab above. Online registration for adult sponsors and projects will be available tomorrow.

2019 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair Oregon Results

Oregon Students won 11 Grand awards and 18 Special Awards for a total of $252,950.

ENGINEERING MECHANICS

First Award of $3,000

ENMC014 — Development of a Fully Reusable and Autonomously Landing Suborbital Launch Vehicle

  • Ryan Westcott, Oregon Episcopal School, OR, United States of America

BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

Second Award of $1,500

ENBM007 — A Novel Optical Diagnostic Method for Non-Invasive Detection of Blood Glucose Using Reverse Iontophoresis Modulation and Personalized Neural Networks

  • Rohan Ahluwalia, Westview High School, OR, United States of America

CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

Third Award of $1,000

CELL059 — Direct Evolution of Antibody Fragments Targeting CD32a for Application in Immunotherapy to Eradicate HIV Latency

  • Long Ngo, Oregon Episcopal School, OR, United States of America

COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY AND BIOINFORMATICS

Second Award of $1,500

2019 Intel NWSE High School Awards

The Intel Northwest Science Expo, held Friday, April 12, 2019 at Portland State University, announces top winners in Oregon's state-level science research competition affiliated with the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.

Intel NWSE includes both a middle school and high school division. The two divisions included 500 projects from 75 schools and organizations across the state. Two best of fair winners were chosen from each division.

  • Long Ngo, 18, in grade 12 from Oregon Episcopal School won Best of Fair in Life Science with a project titled, "Direct Evolution of Antibody Fragments Targeting CD32a For Application In Immunotherapy To Eradicate HIV Latency".
  • Advay Koranne, 17, in grade 11 from Catlin Gabel School won Best of Fair in Physical Science with a project titled, "Pseudo Random Number Generator using Sinai Billiards".

2019 Intel NWSE Middle School Awards

The Intel Northwest Science Expo, held Friday, April 12, 2019 at Portland State University, announces top winners in Oregon's state-level science research competition affiliated with the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.

Intel NWSE includes both a middle school and high school division. The two divisions included 500 projects from 75 schools and organizations across the state. Two best of fair winners were chosen from each division. Our Middle School Best of Fair winners are:

  • Ekansh Mittal, 12, in grade 7 from Summa Meadow won Best of Fair in the middle school division with a project titled, "Approaches to Identify Novel Combinations of Natural Medicine to Treat Bacterial Infections".
  • Mirja Rebaum, 12, in grade 7 from Stoller Middle School won Best of Fair in the middle school division with a project titled, "Two Major Global Issues and One Solution to Solve Both".

In addition many special and category awards were given.

Display and Safety Regulations

Middle school project set-up is either Thursday evening April 11 4-7pm or Friday morning April 12 7-9am. The student does not need to be present, a parent or teacher may complete the set-up for them. All forms for a project are needed to complete set-up. The size is very small for display, only paper items may be used on the poster. Computer Science projects are allowed to bring a laptop to show code during interviews.

for specific times go to the fair day info page for schedules

High school student set-up is offered Thursday evening April 11 4-7pm or Friday morning April 12 7-9am. The student must be present to complete display and safety check. Exhibits will be inspected by Intel NWSE staff at check-in. If part of an exhibit does not adhere to the following regulations, or is considered unsafe, the exhibitor will be asked to remove that part of the exhibit. STUDENT NAMES ARE PERMITTED ON DISPLAY BOARDS.

Volunteer Needs for Intel NWSE

We need more volunteers for Display Checks. These happen Thursday April 11th 4-7pm and Friday April 12th 7-9am. Attention to detail is needed, but no science knowledge. High school through adult may volunteer to assist with safety checks, training starts each shift. Click here for a quick Display Check registration.

Judges have all been assigned, if you are missing your assignment or need to cancel as a judge please email Stephanie.

Middle School Judging Session Assignments

Judging Period Current Assignments by school email me with issues, do not change online. Click more for full list. 

Period: 1 : Morning 10:30-noon

Abiqua Academy - Dittman, David - projects: 9

ACCESS Academy @ Lane - Garcia Arriola, Alfonso - projects: 10

Banks Middle School - Richeson, Tony - projects: 10

Bend Science Station - Martin, Danny - projects: 5

Blanchet Catholic School - Halsey Randall, Ph.D., Micki - projects: 3

Bonny Slope - Jayaweera, Ruwan - projects: 1

Bridlemile Elementary School - Sherman, Larry - projects: 10

Delphian MS - Martinez, Diego - projects: 3

Islamic School of Portland - Elmagbari, Nura - projects: 10

Islamic School of Portland Elementary - Petrossian, Annie - projects: 3

Lakeridge Junior High School - Marin, Luis - projects: 1

Leslie Middle School - Rockow, Michael - projects: 6

Leslie Middle School - Madland, Mark - projects: 4

Meadow Park Middle School - SanchezSarmiento, YennyTatiana - projects: 9

Oregon Islamic Academy - Eslami, Susan - projects: 10

Thursday March 14th Final day for Middle School Registration

Middle school project registration shuts down on Thursday. Projects which are not registered online are not eligible to attend the fair. In addition forms must be emailed or postmarked on March 14th. Email is much preferred. Most projects only need the MSEZ form with signatures and project procedures. Checks for payment of registration fees are made out to the PSU Foundation and mailed to the address at left. Include school name or exhibit number on check.

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