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BBHS Students Compete At The Westchester-Rockland-Junior Science and Humanities Symposium

Four Blind Brook High School students competed at the Westchester-Rockland-Junior Science and Humanities Symposium on Saturday, February 9th. The student all performed well with their final results shown below.

Rohan Dayal: 3rd Place Physical Science – Classification of real news events and fake news events through examination and analysis of social media data.

Lisa Brady: 5th Place Biochemistry – Genetic mutations associated with autism spectrum disorders cause social deficits in mice. (I know everyone is glad she changed her title!)

Matias Goldfeld: 4th Place Computer Science and Math – Student scheduling through a combination of iterative and genetic algorithms.

Agustin Otero 2nd Place Computer Science and Math – Neural artistic style transfer for musical instrument digital interface music.

Agustin Otero and Matias Goldfeld will be advancing to the state competition in Albany this March.

Congratulations to all of the students!