Team SnapStudy, Dream Team, Parkside Maps, and Team Krishna.
Excellence In Coding
- First Place – SnapStudy
- Second Place – Krishna Raghavendra
Best Team Award
- First Place – Snap Study
- Second Place – Dream Team (Skill Savvy)
- Third place – Parkside Maps
Fans’ Favorite Award
- Winner – Krishna Raghavendra – Give Love, Save Humanity App
- Runner Up – Team Rentathon – P2P Rental for Camera Equipment
The Competition and Process.
Tech-Prize is a competition and process, hosted in Racine, WI, designed to create innovative ideas, develop a process to launch those ideas in our community, and establish the skills required to enable results. This is done through a combination of competitions and educational workshops. The outcome of this process will be re-establishing the Racine community as “Invention City.” This will result in even more people happy to live, work and play right here in southeast Wisconsin.
First Place – Excellence In Coding.
First Place – Team Award.
Vagif Aliyev, Ireland
Vagif is a 17-year-old high school student with a passion for A.I, Machine Learning, and entrepreneurship. He is the founder and technical lead of Snapstudy. He has built many different interesting projects before Snapstudy, and has received the top writer in Artificial Intelligence award for my writing in medium, an article publication platform
Neri Carcasci, Ireland
First Place – Fans’ Favorite
Second Place – Excellence In Coding.
Krishna Raghavendran, Chennai, India
Save Humanity and Share Love
Krishna Raghavendran is a 12 years old young man in 6th grade at DAV boys senior secondary school, Gopalapuram, Chennai, India. At the young age of 11, Krishna has achieved many accomplishments. Here is a list just for the last year.
- App inventor of the month Award by Massachusetts Institute of Technology, (MIT) in the month of April 2021 for developing a Health App called “Medi Smarty”
- Selected as a Finalist among 50,000 participants all over India in Hindustan times Code-a–Thon contest
- Has been awarded First Place in National level app development contest conducted by SP robotics for Independence Day 2020 ( Save India App)
- Has been awarded First Place in the National level app development contest during corona lockdown. ( Speedy Math App)
- Has been awarded a Gold medal for securing 50/60 in International Mathematical Olympiad in 2020-21
- Has been awarded 1st place in Cue math Math 2 code in 2020 contest
He is running his own channel and broadcasted around 60 videos which have gained around 150 subscribers globally for App inventor, HTML, AI, Robotics, and various other topics.
Dream Team – SkillSavvy App
Second Place – Team Award.
Robert Barkley, Racine WI
Skill Savvy App
I am a junior at Case High School, and I’m in the business pathway. I am active in tons of different clubs. I am in the student council, ambassadors, Racine Steering Committee, and the Youth In Governance program. I currently work at Lee’s Deli, and I plan to be a real estate agent/entrepreneur. I am the leader of the team and I help out within all of our different roles.
Taylor Kaplan, Racine, WI
Skill Savvy App
I am a junior at Case high school in the biomedical sciences pathway. I am active in sports and clubs and have participated in soccer, dive, robotics, and H.U.N.C.H club. I currently work at Brookside care center as a dietary aid in the youth apprenticeship program at Case. My goal is to go to college and become either a pathologist or potentially become a doctor. I am a part of the marketing team for the making of our app.
Antonice Carter, Racine WI
Skill Savvy App
: I am a senior at J.I Case High in the accounting pathway. I am active in sports and clubs including track and field, girls football, National Honor Society(NHS), Student Council, Wrestling, and Distributive Education Clubs of America. I currently work a part-time job at Olive Garden. I also volunteer for the Volunteer Income TaX Assistance(VITA) during the spring for the last two years. I have taken my accounting classes through a gate-way transcripted credit class for three years and I have college credits at Parkside for Political Science. I am on the finance portion of the app-making process.
Evelyn Blome, Racine, WI
Skill Savvy App
is a senior at J. I. Case High school in the engineering pathway. She was homeschooled until her junior year of high school when she transferred to Case. She is involved in FIRST Robotics, dungeon and dragon’s club, HUNCH, and stem club. Evelyn currently works at Racine Metal-Fab as an engineering apprentice through the youth apprenticeship program. In this program, she gains professional workplace experience by working alongside engineers and assisting them with their tasks. I am a part of the engineering team for the making and design of our app.