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NYCSEF 2013
attended Midwood High School

Brooklyn, New York, USA

Christopher’s project focused on encoding information in lights angular momentum, in that way light can be sent using a different property of light which gives way to a new mode of transportation.

I am 20 and a Physicist.

Affiliations

Stony Brook University

  • How did NYCSEF or the STEM Academy impact your trajectory?

    It taught me about loss and how science is an amazing and competitive field.

  • What do you wish someone had told you before you entered NYCSEF?

    Your first presentation will be nerve racking but after you get through it the others will seem like you were born to do them.

  • Who was your most influential teacher? why?

    My most influential teacher was my 9th grade Chemistry teacher because even though I was really bad test taker, he didn't give up on me and pushed me to learn the subject.

  • What you are doing when you are not working or conducting research?

    Biking, reading comics or just hanging out with friends.

  • What do you love?

    I love laser optics.

Upcoming Dates & Deadlines

  1. 13Dec2017 NYCSEF Project Application Due Date
  2. 04Mar2018 NYCSEF Preliminary Round @ The City College of New York.
  3. 20Mar2018 NYCSEF Finals Round @ The American Museum of Natural History
  4. 26Mar2018 NYCSEF Awards Ceremony @ The Tribeca Performing Arts Center, Borough of Manhattan Community College
  5. 13May2018 International Science & Engineering Fair Week May, 13-18 in Pittsburgh, PA

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Welcome back Team NYC!!! Great job representing NYC at Intel ISEF.

 

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