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Can a Batter Predict an Upcoming Pitch Only Using the Pitch Before?, Atharva Pathak, UG '26 (3993450)

Using a round bat to hit a small round baseball traveling 90+ mph and breaking in unexpected directions is considered the hardest activity in sports. Knowing the speed, break, and location of a pitch…

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Creating a Division 1 Pitch Grader Using Machine Learning, Alexander Dreger, UG '25 (2763371)

In baseball, the goal of the pitcher is to prevent runs. To do so, they must make it difficult for the batter to hit the ball. There are a variety of techniques and methods the pitcher can use to…

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Reimagining Baseball Analytics using ChatGPT, Senne Michielssen, UG '25 (2771011)

Spray charts are a data visualization used in baseball to describe which area of the field hitters have historically hit the ball to. Hitters have unique hitting tendencies for various reasons (e.g.,…

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Body Builders: Living Systems as Art Media (SEN)

This course explores the crossover collaborative of bioengineering and art, presenting the notion of bioengineering as an artistic practice. A creative portrayal has the potential to humanize this…

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2018_Evnin Lecture - STEM and Policy in Service to Humanity

Rush Holt-STEM and Policy in Service to Humanity Thursday, March 8, 2018 Dr. Rush D. Holt, Jr. is the current Chief Executive Officer of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)…

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Paper Piano in Norway

In June 2018, Sharon De La Cruz and Aatish Bhatia conducted a demonstration of the Paper Piano (an electric piano made with conductive ink and an Arduino) at the ACM Interaction Design for Children…

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Women in STEM Panel

The CST hosted the annual Women in STEM panel on Monday, September 10, 2018. Moderated by our own Catherine Riihimaki, faculty and students discussed and shared their academic journeys as well as the…

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