Broadcom MASTERS 2021 Results


    … to the following Washington State Broadcom MASTERS Top 300 Award Recipients!

Kevin ShenGrade: 8th
School: NOVA Middle School
Affiliate Fair: USWA02, South Sound Regional Science and Engineering Fair
Project Title: An Experimental UAV Utilizing Pivoting Wings to Exchange Efficiency with Maneuverability

Vishnu Mangipudi, Grade: 7th
School: Odle Middle School
Affiliate Fair: USWA50, Washington State Science and Engineering Fair
Project Title: Developing and Testing a Machine-Learning Based Approach to Detect Heart Arrhythmias Using Electrocardiograms

Zain ShariffGrade: 6th
School: Narrows View Intermediate School
Affiliate Fair: USWA50, Washington State Science and Engineering Fair
Project Title: Analyzing the Depth and Width of the “Burning Issue”

Our appreciation to all the Regional Fair and WSSEF students that entered the Broadcom MASTER national competition.  The following students represented the Washington State Science & Engineering Fair (WSSEF) and Washington State at the 2021 Broadcom MASTERS national STEM competition for students grades 6 – 8.

Morgan Brendel                                     Supriya Nair
Charlotte Gruian                                    Dhruvil Patel
Shravya Gupta                                       Zain Shariff
Shruthi Lingam-Nattamai                   Garrison Stephens
Alexander Lui                                        Srithan Thallapally
Vishnu Mangipudi                                 Ani VanMore
Advaitha Motkuri

Facts about the 2021 Top 300 Broadcom MASTERS

Society for Science and Broadcom Foundation are proud to announce the Top 300 competitors in the 2021 Broadcom MASTERS® — the nation’s premier STEM competition for middle school students. The Broadcom MASTERS seeks to inspire young scientists, engineers and innovators to solve the grand challenges of the 21st Century. 58.7% of the Top 300 MASTERS identify as girls while 40.3% identify as boys.  The students, selected from 1,841 entrants, come from 41 states, plus Guam, with 69 from California, 31 from Florida, and 22 from Texas. More than 2/3 of the MASTERS (206) go to public school, with 59 (19.7%) in private school and 15 (5%) in charter schools. The remaining students are in home, magnet or online schools.