Another great few days here at the Intel ISEF in California. The weather has been awesome here in L.A. and we couldn't ask for better.
Tuesday was a day for the press to come interview students at their projects and I was fortunate enough to be interviewed by a reporter from Brazil.
Later Tuesday night, we enjoyed an incredible mixer for the students and adults sponsored by Intel and ISEF. They were gracious enough to rent out Club Nokia (a nightclub where students only were allowed in), the Conga room (upscale lounge for people 21 and older), Lucky Strike's (a bowling alley), as well as the ESPN building where there was an arcade and bar; all of which are located in the L.A. Live complex in downtown L.A.
It was a great opportunity to meet other students, teachers and parents from around the world. This has truly been an international experience!
Wednesday was a full day of judging that started at 8:30 a.m. and went to 6:00 p.m. with about two and a half hours of breaks in between. It was exciting to have the opportunity once again to present my project to the judges that have either a Ph.D. or 6 years of experience in the field they are judging.