CMOS Winners by Centre
2015 Outaouais Regional Final
This year's science fair was held at the Université du Québec en Outaouais in Gatineau on March 13, 14 and 15, 2015. Eighty-six projects developed by primary- and secondary-level students from Québec's Greater Outaouais Region were on display.
This year, six of the projects had sufficient elements relating to meteorology, oceanography or related sciences to be eligible for CMOS prizes: After evaluation of the projects selected by the two CMOS representatives, the jury assigned the following prizes:
FIRST PRIZE: $200 Purse to the project: Il pleut de l'acide, Jean-Maxime Joanisse, École secondaire Grande-Rivière
SECOND PRIZE: $100 Purse to the project: Triangle des Bermudes, Emmanuelle Lincourt and Gabriel Proulx École primaire de l'Équipage
On behalf of the Eastern Newfoundland Regional Science Fair Council I would like to thank CMOS for its continued support of our Regional Science Fair. This years winner of the CMOS-sponsored prize at the Eastern Newfoundland Regional Science Fair was Michael Fleet of Holy Spirit High School for his project A River Runs Through It - Retrofitting the Urban Environment to Reduce Flooding.
See also their Winners Link showing the CMOS winner at the top.
Michael Fleet (winner) (also shown with Gary Case of the Science Fair Committee)
Michael was also one of our overall winners and is attending the National Fair in PEI. (information provided by the Science Fair Committee)
Ottawa Regional Science Fair - 5 April, 2014
The CMOS judges were Martin Taillefer and Paul Pestieau.
First Prize: $150.00
Stephanie Delisle, Bateau Auto-Nettoyeur
This was a little prototype system to be used to skim ocean surface to collect debris and garbage on the ocean surface. The development, design and execution was outstanding - impressing both judges.
Second Prize: $75.00
Sreepriya Pulyassary, Oil Spill Ocean Size Problem
Inspired by the BP Oil Spill. Oil Spill clean-up analysis of different ocean basins. The development of the project was excellent.
Second Prize: $75.00
Alex & Mia Bracanovich, Duck Duck Oil Spill
Also Inspired by the BP Oil Spill. This was an analysis of the type of soaps used to clean wildlife after a major ocean oil spill. Then they inferred how the chemicals of the soaps used would affect the local ocean-eco system.
EXPO-SCIENCES 2014 OUTAOUAIS REGIONAL FINAL
This year's science fair was held at the college Saint-Alexandre in Gatineau on March 14, 15 and 16, 2014. Seventy-two projects developed by primary-, secondary- and collegiate-level students from Québec's Greater Outaouais Region were on display.
This year, the Ottawa Centre's representatives, Serge Nadon and Yvon Bernier, determined that six of the projects included sufficient elements of meteorology, oceanography or related sciences to be eligible for CMOS prizes. From that list of six projects, the Expo- sciences judges awarded the following two prizes:
FIRST PRIZE: $200 purse to the Project: Un petit geste pour l'homme..., Mathilde Côté-Toulgoat, Collège Saint-Alexandre de la Gatineau
SECOND PRIZE: $100 purse to the project: Quelle eau gèle le plus vite?, Pascal Ormonde, École primaire Euclide-Lanthier