Holy Trinity Student Receives IEEE Award at the 2023 Eastern Newfoundland Science and Technology Fair
Published: Apr 4, 2023 by IEEE Newfoundland and Labrador Section
Ryan Cullen, a senior student at the Holy Trinity High School, received the IEEE Award in the 2023 Cenovus Energy Eastern Newfoundland Science and Technology Fair. The IEEE Award at the Eastern Newfoundland Science and Technology Fair is given to the best senior project in an Electrical and Computer Engineering-related field, selected by a judge for the IEEE Newfoundland and Labrador Section.
Ryan’s project, entitled “Equilibrium - it goes both ways. Simulating Le Chatelier’s Principle,” is a software for educational use that demonstrates the Le Chatelier’s Principle, written using Rust, Tauri, and SvelteKit.
Congratulations to Ryan, winner of the @ieeenlca Award for the Best Senior Electrical and Computer Engineering project in the 2023 Eastern Newfoundland Science and Technology Fair! https://t.co/dFGwlToXzK— IEEE Newfoundland and Labrador (@ieeenlca) April 4, 2023
An honourable mention was also given to Sophia Zhang, an intermediate student at St. Bonaventure’s College, for her project entitled “Triboelectric Nanogenerator for Wind Energy Harvesting,” in which she tested a novel wind energy system using static electricity. Sophia won the Best of Fair Award and will be part of the NL Science Team representing the province in the Canada-Wide Science Fair to be held in Edmonton from May 14 to 19, as reported by CBC News.
Congrats to all the @StBonaventures students who participated in the 2023 NL Eastern Science Fair! A full list of awards and honours won by SBC students will follow but special recognition to Sophia Zhang on her many awards, including Best of Fair and a spot on NL Science Team! pic.twitter.com/WjPvCiVNOh— Adam Green (@AdamGre84885779) April 1, 2023
Congratulations to Ryan and Sophia, and to all students that participated in the Eastern Newfoundland Science and Technology Fair!