Computer Science Intel Semifinalists
Hofstra's Summer Science Research Program is entering its sixth season in 2007 and has averaged two Intel semifinalists since its inception. Directed by Dr. Wachter, an associate professor of chemistry, the selective program offers high school students opportunities in science research. Students are selected for the program on the basis of their high school science experience, a personal interview and, above all, the high school teacher's recommendation.
Information about the program can be found on Hofstra's website at www.hofstra.edu/ssrp.
A high school student who worked with Prof. Kamberova, as part of the Hofstra University Summer Science Research Program (HUSSRP) in 2006 has been selected as 2007 Intel Science Talent Search semifinalist. Of the 1,705 entrants in the national science competition, only 300 are chosen as semifinalists.
Daryl Koopersmith, a senior at Paul D. Schreiber High School in Port Washington, worked on "A Structural Model for the Intelligent Development of a Tracking System Utilizing Array-based Multi-sensor Data Fusion."
Daryl Koopersmith was also awarded first prize at Long Island Science and Engineering Fair (LISEF), Mathematics and Computer Science subject area.
- 2006: David Golub, who worked with Prof. Kamberova at HUSSRP 2005 Intel Semifinalist 2006!