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Published on May 17, 2016
Simone Braunstein, a Senior from Dalton School in New York City, attended The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF 2016) for placing first in the New York City Science and Engineering Fair.
She presents her project, A Novel Haptic Actuator for Robotic Surgery: Utilizing Soft Robotic Pneumatic Networks, a Closed Loop Control System, and an Electro- Pneumatic Control Board to Accurately Restore an Operator’s Sense of Touch (ISEF ID ROBO046). Her teacher is Lisa Brizzolara.
Simone won the following awards at Intel ISEF 2016: GRAND AWARD WINNER: Intel ISEF Best of Category Award of $5,000 (ROBOTICS AND INTELLIGENT MACHINES) GRAND AWARD WINNER: First Award of $3,000 (ROBOTICS AND INTELLIGENT MACHINES) GRAND AWARD WINNER: London International Youth Science Forum - The Philip V. Streich Memorial Award SPECIAL AWARD WINNER: First Award of $1,500 (Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence) SPECIAL AWARD WINNER: Google CS Connect Award (Google) SPECIAL AWARD WINNER: Certificate of Honorable Mention (International Council on Systems Engineering - INCOSE) SPECIAL AWARD WINNER: The Chief of Naval Research Scholarship Award of $10,000 (Office of Naval Research on behalf of the United States Navy and Marine Corps)