Institute of Technology Tallaght Award Winners 2018

Please follow this link for ITT Awards winners.


Major Award Winners

o
Award Science Foundation Ireland Best Project Award
Students Odhran Brady
School Salesian College, Celbridge, Co. Kildare
Project
Quantifying Whiplash: An IoT Sensoring Approach to Help Reduce Insurance Claims Costs
Teacher Jorge Andres
o
Award Abbott Runner-up Best Project Award
Students Evan Mather
School Patrician Secondary School, Newbridge, Co. Kildare
Project
Nature vs Nuture: The Biomimicry of Spider Silk
Teacher Colin Doheny
o
Award Boston Scientific Medical Devices Award
Students Brandon Paisley, Sam Walsh
School Creagh College, Carnew Road, Gorey, Co. Wexford
Project
Dia-Beating Hypo’s
Teacher Enda Gallagher
o
Award Intel Best Physical Science or Technology Project Award
Students Iris Alsina Petit, Courtney O'Connor
School The Kings Hospital, Palmerstown, Dublin 20
Project
How Different Materials Affect Wifi Strength
Teacher Ciaran O'Connor
o
Award Environmental Award
Students Hannah Murphy, Holly Cassidy, Aimee O'Doherty
School Our Lady's School, Templeogue Rd, Terenure, Dublin 6W
Project
The Future of Plastic
Teacher Lynsey Stuart
o
Award Newstalk Best Communicator Award
Students Odhran Brady
School Salesian College, Celbridge, Co. Kildare
Project
Quantifying Whiplash: An IoT Sensoring Approach to Help Reduce Insurance Claims Costs
Teacher Jorge Andres
o
Award BioPharmaChem Ireland Chemistry Award
Students Evan Mather
School Patrician Secondary School, Newbridge, Co. Kildare
Project
Nature vs Nuture: The Biomimicry of Spider Silk
Teacher Colin Doheny
o
Award RSC School Chemistry Award (Royal Society of Chemistry Republic of Ireland Section)
Students (School Award)
School Patrician Secondary School, Newbridge, Co. Kildare
Project
Teacher Colin Doheny
o
Award Maths in Science Award
Students Alanna Dowling, Clodagh Waters
School Gorey Community School, Esmonde Street, Gorey, Co. Wexford
Project
An Investigation into the Placebo Effect on Maths Scores
Teacher Alan Goodison
o
Award Irish Science Teachers' Association Award
Students Rory Kelly, Ben Kieran-Glennon
School Willow Park School, Rock Road, Blackrock, Co. Dublin
Project
Use of Smartphone Assistive Technologies by Older, Visually Impaired People
Teacher Daniel O'Neill


Back to Top



ITT Award Winners - Special Awards

o
Award Innopharma Biology Prize
Students Kate O'Mahony, Juno Murray
School Sandford Park School Ltd, Sandford Road, Ranelagh, Dublin 6
Project
Is Eco-Friendly Washing Powder a Better Cleaning Agent than The Leading Commercial Brand?
Teacher Dana Kilroy
o
Category: Technology
Award First Place
Students Rohan Kuzhippillil, Mohit Singh
School Citywise Education, The Durkan Centre, Fortunestown Way, Jobstown , Tallaght, Dublin 24
Project
Study Buddy
Teacher Christopher Smith
o
Award Second Place
Students Ben Murray, Gabriel Alayon
School Da La Salle College, Upper Churchtown Road, Churchtown, Dublin 14
Project
Do Video Game Themes Affect Your Gameplay?
Teacher Sharon Tully
o
Category: Junior Psychology
Award First Place
Students Rory Kelly, Ben Kieran-Glennon
School Willow Park School, Rock Road, Blackrock, Co. Dublin
Project
Use of Smartphone Assistive Technologies by Older, Visually Impaired People
Teacher Daniel O'Neill
o
Award Second Place
Students Matthew Sherwin, Jonathon Lowe, Mark O'Shea
School St Michaels College, Ailesbury Road, Dublin 4
Project
Does Rugby Mind Your Mind?
Teacher Roisin Weldon
o
Category: Intermediate Psychology
Award First Place
Students Emilie Donaghy, Grace Caragher
School St Wolstan's Community School, Ballymakeely, Clane Rd, Celbridge, Co. Kildare
Project
An Investigation into the Use and Awareness of E-Cigarettes Among Teens and a Comparison of Genders
Teacher Paula Kirrane
o
Award Second Place
Students Kayla Golding, Juliana Carroll, Alexander Brennock
School Sandford Park School Ltd, Sandford Road, Ranelagh, Dublin 6
Project
Do we Stereotypically Judge Boys by the Image by which they Present Themselves?
Teacher Dana Kilroy
o
Category: Physics
Award First Place
Students Iris Alsina Petit, Courtney O'Connor
School The Kings Hospital, Palmerstown, Dublin 20
Project
How Different Materials Affect Wifi Strength
Teacher Ciaran O'Connor
o
Award Second Place
Students Meabh Egan, Christine Okakpu, Conor McCabe
School Lucan Community College, Esker Drive, Lucan, Co. Dublin
Project
Which Type of Cup Keeps Liquid Hottest
Teacher Nicola Walsh
o
Category: Junior Biology
Award First Place
Students Kate O'Mahony, Juno Murray
School Sandford Park School Ltd, Sandford Road, Ranelagh, Dublin 6
Project
Is Eco-Friendly Washing Powder a Better Cleaning Agent than The Leading Commercial Brand?
Teacher Dana Kilroy
o
Award Second Place
Students Maura ORiordan, Eva Hassett, Roisin Brazil
School Our Lady's School, Templeogue Rd, Terenure, Dublin 6W
Project
How Much Iron is in Your Cereal?
Teacher Lynsey Stuart
o
Category: Intermediate Biology
Award First Place
Students Brandon Paisley, Sam Walsh
School Creagh College, Carnew Road, Gorey, Co. Wexford
Project
Dia-Beating Hypo’s
Teacher Enda Gallagher
o
Award Second Place
Students Sophie Farrell, Maria Calisterio, Karri Coleman
School St Wolstan's Community School, Ballymakeely, Clane Rd, Celbridge, Co. Kildare
Project
Testing Unlikely Fertilisers You Can Find at Home
Teacher Paula Kirrane
o
Award Third Place
Students Máire Coghlan, Isabelle O'Dwyer, Sorcha Daly
School Coláiste Naomh Mhuire, Convent Of Mercy, Sallins Rd, Naas, Co. Kildare
Project
Food Allergens in Restaurants: Is the Regulation Nuts?
Teacher Nadine Hennessy
o
Category: Chemistry
Award First Place
Students Cúla Ward, Olga Vartanyan, Robyn Wright
School St Wolstan's Community School, Ballymakeely, Clane Rd, Celbridge, Co. Kildare
Project
Fire in the Dryer
Teacher Lesley Quane
o
Category: Communications
Award Highly Commended
Students Maura ORiordan, Eva Hassett, Roisin Brazil
School Our Lady's School, Templeogue Rd, Terenure, Dublin 6W
Project
How Much Iron is in Your Cereal?
Teacher Lynsey Stuart
o
Award Highly Commended
Students Cathal Jewell, Truong Hoang, Glyndwr Leopardas
School Moyle Park College, Clondalkin, Dublin 22
Project
WristTech
Teacher Deirdre Brennan
o
Award Highly Commended
Students Seoidín Kavanagh
School St Wolstan's Community School, Ballymakeely, Clane Rd, Celbridge, Co. Kildare
Project
An Investigation into Bruxism in State Examination Students and the Development of a Novel Solution
Teacher Paula Kirrane
o
Award Highly Commended
Students Máire Coghlan, Isabelle O'Dwyer, Sorcha Daly
School Coláiste Naomh Mhuire, Convent Of Mercy, Sallins Rd, Naas, Co. Kildare
Project
Food Allergens in Restaurants: Is the Regulation Nuts?
Teacher Nadine Hennessy
o
Award Highly Commended
Students Keelan Daye, Elizabeth Dorr, Hannah Hillers
School Sandford Park School Ltd, Sandford Road, Ranelagh, Dublin 6
Project
GeneGenie: A Genetic Trait Prediction Algorithm
Teacher Alan Smith
o
Award Highly Commended
Students Emilie Donaghy, Grace Caragher
School St Wolstan's Community School, Ballymakeely, Clane Rd, Celbridge, Co. Kildare
Project
An Investigation into the Use and Awareness of E-Cigarettes Among Teens and a Comparison of Genders
Teacher Paula Kirrane




Back to Top

Previous Page

Home

Nov
04 2020
SciFest@School in Presentation Secondary School, Joe Murphy Rd, Ballyphehane, Co. Cork
Nov
09 2020
SciFest@School in Meánscoil Iognáid Rís, Naas CBS, Naas, Co. Kildare
Nov
11 2020
SciFest@School in Blackrock College, Rock Rd, Blackrock, Co. Dublin
Nov
13 2020
SciFest@School in St. Andrew's College, Booterstown Ave, Co. Dublin
Enquire
 
 
Michael D. Higgins, Patron of SciFest
SciFest is a registered charity.

Patron:
President
Michael D. Higgins
© 2020 SciFest