18-Year-Old Engineer Constructs Fuel-Efficient, Stable “Flying Wing” Aircraft Prototype

Date : 05/19/2017 @ 2:11PM
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18-Year-Old Engineer Constructs Fuel-Efficient, Stable “Flying Wing” Aircraft Prototype

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Ivo Zell of Lorch, Germany Wins US$75,000 Top Prize at Intel International Science and Engineering Fair

Ivo Zell, 18, of Lorch, Germany was awarded first place for designing and constructing a remote control prototype of a new “flying wing” aircraft at this year’s Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, a program of Society for Science & the Public and the world’s largest international pre-college science competition. The competition featured nearly 1,800 young scientists selected from 425 affiliate fairs in 78 countries, regions and territories.

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Amber Yang (from left), Ivo Zell and Valerio Pagliarino take the stage on Friday, May 19, 2017, at the 2017 International Science and Engineering Fair, a program of Society for Science & the Public and the world’s largest international pre-college science competition. Zell, of Lorch, Germany, was awarded first place for designing and constructing a remote control prototype of a new "flying wing" aircraft. Yang, of Windermere, Florida, and Pagliarino, of Castelnuovo Calcea, Italy, received Intel Foundation Young Scientist Awards. (Credit: The Society for Science & the Public)

Flying wings are inherently more efficient than traditional aircraft designs, but also less stable in flight because they have little or no fuselage or tail. Zell’s working prototype aircraft addresses this issue, using an unusual bell-shaped lift profile for improved stability and using telemetry to demonstrate its stability. The modified shape of Zell’s aircraft allows it to operate smoothly and safely in challenging flight situations without the need for a complex electronic stabilization system and without significantly sacrificing fuel efficiency. Potential applications range from drone delivery systems to larger aircraft design. Zell received the Gordon E. Moore Award of US$75,000, named in honor of the Intel co-founder and fellow scientist.

Press Kit: Intel International Science and Engineering Fair: Empowering Next-Generation Innovators

Amber Yang, 18, of Windermere, Florida received one of two Intel Foundation Young Scientist Awards of US$50,000 for her innovative approach to predicting the locations of clouds of space debris that move in low Earth orbit. An estimated 500,000 space trash objects now pose a potential hazard for spacecraft. Yang adapted an algorithm to train her own artificial neural network to recognize space objects in a specific debris cloud and predict their future locations.

Valerio Pagliarino, 17, of Castelnuovo Calcea, Italy received the other Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award of US$50,000 for his prototype of a novel laser-based, wireless, high-speed network. Motivated by the lack of reliable Internet access in his rural locale, Pagliarino designed his new system using off-the-shelf components and then built and tested a small version of the network.

“Intel congratulates this year’s winners. Ivo Zell, Amber Yang, and Valerio Pagliarino and all of the participants inspire us with their talent and passion for changing the world,” said Rosalind Hudnell, Intel vice president of Corporate Affairs and president of the Intel Foundation. “As a diverse and inclusive group developing groundbreaking solutions to global challenges, these young people represent the next generation of innovators. We’re proud to support all of the finalists as they endeavor to improve the world around them.”

In addition to the top winners, approximately 600 finalists received awards and prizes for their innovative research, including 22 “Best of Category” winners, who each received a US$5,000 prize. The Intel Foundation also awarded a US$1,000 grant to each winner’s school and to the affiliated fair they represent.

The following lists the 22 Best of Category winners, from which the top three were chosen:

                    Category     First   Last   City   State/Country Animal Sciences     Jessica   Young   Wellington   Florida Behavioral and Social Sciences     Erin   Smith   Lenexa   Kansas Biochemistry     Karina   Movsesian   Karlovy Vary   Czech Republic Biomedical and Health Sciences     Daniel   Zhang   San Diego   California Biomedical Engineering     Clara   Wagner   Saginaw   Michigan Cellular and Molecular Biology     Davey   Huang   Honolulu   Hawaii Chemistry     Kyle   Fridberg   Boulder   Colorado Computational Biology and Bioinformatics     Prathik   Naidu   Potomac Falls   Virginia Earth and Environmental Sciences     Adam   Nayak   Portland   Oregon Embedded Systems     Valerio   Pagliarino   Castelnuovo Calcea   Italy Energy: Chemical     Kendra   Zhang   Jericho   New York Energy: Physical     Camille   Miles   Niceville   Florida Engineering Mechanics     Ivo   Zell   Lorch   Germany Environmental Engineering     Prashaant   Ranganathan   Jamshedpur   India Materials Science     Nicky   Wojtania   Plano   Texas Mathematics     Karthik   Yegnesh   Lansdale   Pennsylvania Microbiology     Rahul   Subramaniam   Cos Cob   Connecticut Physics and Astronomy     Amber   Yang   Windermere   Florida Plant Sciences     Isabella   Bowland   Boulder   Colorado Robotics and Intelligent Machines     Tassilo   Schwarz   Seeon   Germany Systems Software     Michael   Lee   Manhasset   New York Translational Medical Science     Jeremiah   Pate   Oro Valley   Arizona          

“The breakthrough ideas presented at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair by Ivo Zell, Amber Yang and Valerio Pagliarino truly have the capacity to change our world for the better,” said Maya Ajmera, president and CEO of Society for Science & the Public and publisher of Science News. “As our world grows increasingly complex, we need innovative, transformative ideas to identify new solutions to our world’s most intractable challenges. Congratulations to all our finalists as well as our top three winners on their extraordinary research projects.”

The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair encourages millions of students to explore their passion for developing innovations that improve the way we work and live. All finalists are selected by an affiliated, local competition and receive an all-expenses-paid trip to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. At the competition, finalists are judged by hundreds of science, engineering and industry professionals who have a Ph.D. or equivalent (six years of related professional experience) or are senior graduate students with doctoral-level research in one of the 22 scientific disciplines listed above.

A full listing of finalists is available in the event program. The 2017 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair is funded jointly by Intel and the Intel Foundation with additional support from dozens of corporate, academic, government and science-focused sponsors. This year, approximately US$4 million was awarded.

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