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Quantum Day Full Video

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SOS09March2024_AStacey

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CBE Majors | Colin Brown

CBE senior Colin Brown relates his experience using chemical engineering to study atomically thin superconducting materials for advanced computing and biotechnologies.

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OURSIP Intern - Mila Bileska

Spectroscopy Of Ytterbium Rydberg States and Interactions Advised by: Prof. Jeff Thompson, Electrical and Computer Engineering

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OURSIP Intern - Nick Zhu

Simulation Study of Monolayer Vibrations Advised by: Prof. Aditya Sood, Mechanical and Aerospace EngineeringTouhid Ahmed, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

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Exploring New Defects in Diamond for Quantum Networks, Sounak Mukherjee, GS (2474952)

Quantum communication offers higher security compared to traditional encryption by virtue of the fundamental laws of Physics. But quantum states are fragile. To be able to send qubits across long…

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OLTP07March2023_CLazzaroni

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MS02June2022_APSQ12Kits

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HD02June2022_APSQ12ClassroomKits

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Using Light to Build New Drugs: Synthesis of Cyclic Peptides by Photoredox Chemistry, Cecilia Kim, UG '23 (3950214)

The emergence of new diseases, the rise of drug resistance, and the continued prevalence of chronic conditions that remain difficult to treat, such as cancer and Alzheimer’s, create a growing…

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Modelling of Lead Titanate -- From Impressionism to Realism, Pinchen Xie, G4 (3935964)

We modelled the material lead titanate based on the underlying quantum mechanics of our world with the help of machine learning. Our approach depicted the lead titanate with accurate details like a…

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Shine On You Crazy Diamond: Photo-Induced Behavior of GdSbTe, André Koch Liston, UG '23 (3887939)

Light is fast — but not infinitely fast. When electronic circuits become as small as atoms and information travels in the picosecond scale (10^-12 s), detectors must react to ultrafast changes…

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GSS_14Aug2020_YRaitses

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GSS12Aug2020_ADogariu

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OURSIP intern - Jesse Lin

Summer Research Colloquium Research Summary - Background Processes in HUNTER Neutrino Search

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SULI_22Jun2020_JPAllain

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