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Hillcrest student wins 2023 Congressional App Challenge 

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (KIFI) — Idaho Congressman Mike Simpson announced Hillcrest High School eleventh grader Victoria Djidjev as the winner of the 2023 Congressional App Challenge for Idaho’s Second Congressional District.

Djidjev created AquaPulse, a water level analytics app that enables professionals and the public to gain valuable insights from water system data. 

“It’s an honor to congratulate Victoria Djidjev on AquaPulse, an app that serves as an advanced avenue for water system data. Idaho is home to one of the most unique water systems in the world, and Victoria’s app provides an unparalleled opportunity to monitor and predict river water levels,” Rep. Simpson said. 

You can find Djidjev’s video submission for the 2023 Congressional App Challenge below.

AquaPulse app demonstration from Victoria Djidjev on Vimeo.

The Congressional App Challenge is a competition organized by Members of Congress for middle and high school students to create their own software applications. The Congressional App Challenge serves as an opportunity for students nationwide to expand on their creativity and show off their innovation skills.

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