SINSI Honoring the Class of 2020
Final Public Oral Examination Joel SimonRecording Earthquakes in the Oceans for Global Seismic Tomography by Freely-Drifting Robots The Department of Geosciences Monday, May 11, 2020 Adviser: Frederik Simons The examining committee members were: Frederik J. Simons, Jeroen Tromp, Jessica C. E. Irving and Guust Nolet (Université Nice, FR)
Networking Breakout Session/Panel Discussion hosted by Aaron Landsman, theatre artist, performer, and lecturer (Lewis Center for the Arts), including Rhinold Ponder '81 visual artist, Simon Wu '17, independent curator and writer (MoMA), Jason Treuting (So Percussion, Ensemble-in-Residence, Department of Music, Princeton)
Tom Meyer ’87 (Nassau Street Ventures) , Will Watts ’09 (Block Renovation), Daphne Hoppenot ’10 (The Vendry)How do you go from an idea to a company? Join serial entrepreneurs in conversation with a venture capitalist as they discuss where the idea came from, what they did to turn the idea into a company, how they approached funding, and how they built their teams.
Adi Dehejia ’91 (Banyan Finance) and Stuart Ahlum ’13 (Thousand Fell)This workshop will walk through the planning a founder needs to do now in order to be prepared for continuing changes in the markets. Scenario planning tools recommended by Sequoia Ventures and First Round Capital will be presented, and you will see the exercise in action as Adi and Stuart work through a live case study for Thousand Fell.
Ita Ekpoudom '03 (GingerBread Capital) and Kareem Maddox '11 (Gimlet/Spotify)In this interactive pitch session you will learn the elements of a perfect pitch and watch as some alumni and student founders get live feedback on their pitches.
Final Public Oral Examination Rachel L. Harris Life on the Fringe: Surveying the Ecophysiological Tenacity of
Methanogens and Anaerobic Methanotrophs in the Oligotrophic Deep
Subsurface Biosphere The Department of Geosciences Friday, May 1, 2020 Adviser: Tullis C. Onstott The examining committee members were: Tullis C. Onstott, Bess Ward, Satish Myneni and Douglas H. Bartlett (UCSD Scripps)
Princeton 2020 Commencement
How Coal Made the Middle East and Spread Global Carbonization
Decoding Brain Signals into Speech - Steps Towards Universal Brain-Machine Interfaces
Developing Models for Predictive Analytics in Track and Field
Sleep Deprivation at Princeton
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