Carey Senior to Compete in International Science Competition
Maira Khan, a senior at H. Frank Carey, was selected as a finalist to
compete at the International Sustainable World Engineering Energy
Environment Project Olympiad in Houston, Texas in May.
seeks to bring together the world’s best and brightest high school
science, technology, engineering and technology-focused students in a
collaborative and engaging environment. This year, hundreds of students
from more than 70 countries will present their projects geared at
improving the world’s environment, preserving Earth’s natural resources
and establishing medical breakthroughs.
“Optimization of a Photovoltaic Electrolyzer System via Novel Power Loss
Modeling and Wastewater Decontamination” focuses on creating a more
efficient technique to harness the sun’s energy with the added benefit
of purifying wastewater in one system. She will be judged in five
categories: originality, scientific method, analysis, the project’s
benefit to society and presentation.
The H. Frank
Carey family is extremely proud of Maira and wishes her the best of luck
in Houston. Congratulations to Maira, her family and research teachers
Mr. Charles Bewick and Mrs. Antonia Healy on this outstanding honor and