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Past Priscilla and Bart Bok Award Recipients

Supports educational projects.

Year

Name

School/Home

Project

2011

Benjamin M. Clark

Penn Manor High School, Millersville, Pennsylvania

The Close Binary Fraction: A Bayesian Analysis of SDSS M Dwarf Spectra

Brian R. Graham

Southridge High School, Beaverton, Oregon

The Effect of Tracking Error on the Measurement of Exoplanet Light Curves

2010

Andrei V. Nagornyi, 18

Stuyvesant High School
New York, New York

New Morphological Features for Automated Classification of Galaxy Images Obtained from Deep Space Surveys

Evan H. Fletcher, 17

Kalamazoo Area Mathematics & Science Center
Galesburg, Michigan

Reducing the Computation Time of an N-Body Galactic Simulation

2009

Keith Austin Hawkins, 17

Canton, Ohio

A Time-dependent Impact Parameter Model Sheds light on the Evolution of Galaxy Morphology in compact Clusters of Galaxies

Caroline Wurden, 17

Los Alamos, New Mexico

Determining the Orbital Elements of Minor Planet 23265

2008

David Alex Rosengarten, 18

John L. Miller Great Neck North High School, Great Neck,
New Yorkl

Rotation Curves in Five Dimensions

Matthew James Walentosky, 17

Oil City High School, Oil City, Pennsylvania

New Components in Accretion Disks: Evolution of the Lightcurve in WZ Sge

2007

Temple Mu He, 18

Troy High School, Troy, Michigan

Period Analysis of Cataclysmic Variable X10 and Its Implications on the Origin of Low States

Emily Brook Petroff, 16

Oregon Episcopal School, Portland, Oregon

Variation in Star Formation Rate from Galaxy Cluster Center for cl1037

2006

Hsin-Yu Chen, 18

Taipei First Girl High School

Magic Mirror for Galaxy Clusters

Philip Mocz, 16

Mililani High School, Mililani, HI

Group Analysis to Pattern Discovery in Stellar and Galactic Distributions

2005

Gabrielle Alyce Gianelli, 17

Lake Highland Preparatory School, Orlando, FL

Fractal Dimension Analysis of Putative Martian Coastlines

Anand M. Palaniappan, 17

David H. Hickman High School, Columbia, MO

A New Algorithm for Multiple Hypothesis-based Tracking and Discovery of Potentially Hazardous Near Earth Objects

2004

Eric M. Sauder, 16

Hempfield High School, Landisville, PA

Relationship Between Sunspots and Solar Flares

Julie Ann Krugler, 18

Grosse Pointe North High School, Grosse Pointe, MI

In Pursuit of Population III

Lisa Doreen Glukhovsky

New Milford High School, New Milford, Connecticut

A Rapid, Accurate Method of Determining the Distance to Near-Earth Asteroids

Jonathan Nicholas Sick

Queen Elizbeth High School, Calgary, Alberta

Development of an Adaptively Controlled Telescope

Matthew Douglas Apau Jachowski, 16

Maui High School, Kahului, Hawaii

Effect of Observation Timing on Initial Orbit Determination Accuracy

Harish Gautam Khandrika, 14

La Jolla High School, La Jolla, California

Evidence for Decay of 44Titanium to 44Calcium in Supernova Remnant Cassiopeia A.

2001

Sabrina Curie Snell, 15

School Without Walls, Washington, District of Columbia

The Optical Divide

Michael Barynov, 18
Aliaksei Akulionak, 16

Lyceum #2, Minsk, Belarus

Improved System of Radio Observations of Meteors

2000

Francis Boulva, 17

College Jean-de-Brebeuf, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Cosmic Bubbles Improving Hi Shell Detection Around Massive Stars

Daniel Alan Perley, 17

Socorro High School, Socorro, New Mexico

Dynamic Formation of Tidal Structure in Interacting Galaxies as Determined by Newtonian Model Computer Simulations: Phase II