Blair Magnet News: Winter 2021
Regeneron Science Talent Search 2021:
Four seniors were named Regeneron Science Talent Search Scholars, each winning $2,000 prizes!
Yash Anand, Developing a Toy Model for Quantum Chaos Theory: Entanglement Entropy of Bipartite System Under Random Real Hamiltonians (mentored by Mike Winer '15)
Alan Chen, Predicting High Energy Eigenstates by Coupling Discrete Supersymmetry and the Localization Landscape
Timothy Qian, Optimal Measurement of Field Properties with Quantum Sensor Networks
Christopher Tong, Signatures of Second Generation Exoplanet Formation (mentored by Nick Stone '04)
Timothy Qian was named a 2021 Regeneron STS Finalist, winning a $25,000 scholarship!
Blair juniors are seeking remote research opportunities for this summer. If you are interested in mentoring a student, please contact Ms. Bosse (Angelique_P_Bosse@mcpsmd.org)
More students who have recently won recognition:
A team from Blair won the Junior Varsity Division at the 2020 National History Bowl.
Four Blair teams won awards in the 2020 High School Mathematical Contest in Modeling, including one finalist team and one meritorious team who qualified for the International Mathematical Modeling Challenge.
Blair's Cybersecurity Team won the Red Team competition at NYU's CSAW Cybersecurity Games (@CSAW_NYUTandon)
Freshman Madeline Gold wrote a book on Alzheimer's Disease: Read This Book and Save Your Brain
Juniors Matt Casertano and Dhruv Pai were recognized on the Disney Channel for their work with Teens Helping Seniors (@teensforseniors)
In Memoriam: former Magnet teacher Eric Walstein passed away in November 2020 (legacy.com)