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PLI Symposium 2024: Jonathan Mummolo

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OURSIP Intern - Derek Geng

Object Rearrangement with Computer Vision Advised by: Prof. Jia Deng, Computer Science Beining Han, Computer Science

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2023 Anthony B. Evnin Lecture: "Conservation Photography: Stories from the Field"

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Uncovering the Architecture of a Photosynthetic Turbocharger Through Super-Resolution Microscopy, Angelo Kayser-Browne, (2262922)

Plants use a protein called Rubisco to convert carbon dioxide into organic compounds, allowing them to “make” their own food through photosynthesis. A type of green algae called…

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Spot the Difference: Using Camera Traps and Coat Patterns to Identify Individual African Civets (Civettictis civetta) and Analyze Image ID Algorithm Accuracy, Catherine Keim, UG '23 (2264666)

Because mesocarnivores (carnivores at intermediate trophic levels) are generally solitary, elusive, and nocturnal, they are very difficult to research. One technology that can remedy this is the…

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Creating an Orthorectified Mosaic Image from Historical Aerial Photographs

Historical aerial photographs are very useful data to many researchers. Countries have used aerial photographs to capture geographical space since the late 1920s. They can provide an excellent visual…

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CPI 2022: Felix Heide

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Celebrate Princeton Innovation 2022 : Salt-grain-size camera, Felix Heide

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Facial Recognition Technology in the State of New Jersey: Promoting Resident Privacy through Transparency and Regulation Within Law Enforcement, Grace Zhuang, UG '23 (3963609)

Facial recognition technology is a tool that is being used across the country by state and local law enforcement agencies. Within law enforcement, facial recognition technology can be used in cases…

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Constructing the Self -- Shin Yu Pai and Confessional Poetry, Grace Tan, UG '23 (3962767)

I posit that Shin Yu Pai's poetry on Asian American stories and mementos are not merely commemoration/memorialization, but further engage with the challenge of constructing an identity of the…

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Zoom Tips and Tricks I

We take a deeper dive into the behind the scenes of Zoom as well as provide tips for looking your best on camera. Nick Robinson from Campus Support Services will be joined by Kris Kauker and Pete…

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Community Action: Engagement 101

Community Action Program Coordinator Maggie Hussar leads Engagement 101, a workshop to prepare first-year students at Princeton University for Community Action.

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Best Practices for Video Production

Would you like to improve the quality of your live or recorded lectures? This workshop is for faculty interested in learning how to raise the level of their online course videos. We will explore best…

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Lecture | Clarence H. White and His World: The Art and Craft of Photography, 1895-1925

Anne McCauley, curator of the exhibition and David Hunter McAlpin Professor of the History of Photography and Modern Art, explores the legacy of one of the early twentieth century's most gifted…

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The Productive Scholar: Barbara McLaughlin on video editing and clipping

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