Registration

Judge Registration

Please follow the link below and enter in the requested information to register to be a judge!

Register To Be A Judge

Fair Schedule

March 5

(11:00AM - 5:00PM)

Project Check-in and Setup




March 6

Judging & Interviews

(5:00PM - 9:30PM)

 

March 7

Open House

(5:30PM - 7:30PM)




March 9

Awards Ceremony
@ Hiller

Schedule Details

Documents

Information to be posted shortly.

Opportunities to Help

There are many ways you can help out during the STEM Fair.


Physical Sciences

Chemistry

Chemical reactions, physical chemistry, inorganic chemistry, non-biological and thermodynamics

Ex: Conductivity of Electrolytes; The Effects of pH on Lead Testing


Physics

motion, force, energy, waves (electromagnetism), stability, aerodynamics, hydrodynamics

Ex: Chaotic Pendulum; Effect of Fins on Water Rocket Stability; Transmission of Information by Laser


Materials Science

static physical properties, characterization of static materials

Ex: Can Foam Make Steel Bridges Stronger?; Which Metal Conducts the Most Heat?


Life Sciences

Biological Systems

pharmaceutical, heredity, molecular biology, microbiology, botany, zoology (non-behavioral)

Ex: Does Age affect the Ability to Detect Salt?; Vitamin Deficiencies; Transpiration of Plants Under Different Light Sources


Behavioral Sciences

cognitive, social & health science; survey projects

Ex: A Study of Senses in Stress Management; Does Turmeric Prevent Memory Loss?; Does Age Affect Implicit Learning?


Earth, Space, and Environmental Sciences

Earth, Space, and Environmental Sciences

ecosystems, ecology, interactions, climate change, erosion, weather, Earth and human activity, astrophysics, and oceanography

Ex: The Effects of Fire on Flora and Fauna; Solar Activity and Geosynchronous Satellites; Dependence of Liquefaction upon Soil Composition


Engineering, Technology and Application of Science

Engineering, Technology and Application of Science

product science, comparing consumer oriented applications, prototype designs, structural engineering and analysis, mechanical Inventions, renewable resources

Ex: How Do Different Foundations Stand Up to Earthquakes?; Are Maglev Trains Practical?


Math and Software

computer sciences, geometry, topology, morphology, number theory, algorithm analysis, modeling and simulation, programming environments, programming languages

Ex: Knot Mathematics; Partitions of Positive Numbers; Computer Modeled Evolution