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Racial Bias in Predictive Modeling of Triage Scores, Alexandra Jerdee, UG '25 (07E047BB)

Emergency departments in hospitals worldwide employ triage to determine the urgency of care for incoming patients. Patients are assigned a score that dictates how quickly they are seen. Properly…

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Peroxisome Regulation During Influenza A infection, Laura Haubold, UG '24 (5CEF7A66)

Influenza A virus (IAV) creates a significant burden of disease in the human population every year, including millions of cases of severe illness, and hundreds of thousands of deaths. Like all…

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Examining Gender Differences in Investor Questions Towards Entrepreneurs: A Shark Tank Case Study, Alison Lee, UG '24 (2262563)

Venture capital allows startups to scale and be successful quickly, yet women have historically been excluded from a majority of this funding. We explore the potential explanation that investors ask…

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What Is Popularity In Spotify Playlists?, Eddie Button, UG '25 (2510273)

I was interested in finding a connection between the number of followers that each playlist has and the tracks – and artists – in each playlist. I did not exactly find this connection,…

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Who Are You Singing About?: Key Names, and Gendered Terms in Popular Music, Joseph Himmelfarb, UG '24 and Zoe Montague, UG '24 (2269124)

In our project, we explore the “hottest names in music.” That is, not the artists with the largest number of hits, but the names most frequently referenced in song lyrics. We examine both…

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Place and the New York Philharmonic, Isabella Dail, UG '26 and Connor Frank, UG '26 (3993941)

We analyzed a dataset about the New York Philharmonic performance history from their first concert until present day. The data included information about topics like musical scores, soloed…

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Placing Domesday's Anonymous Women, Claire Schultz UG '24 (2264438)

Domesday was a "Great Survey" of English landholdings conducted in 1086, following the Norman Conquest of 1066 led by William the Conqueror. This text was digitized and put in CSV form by…

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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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CITP Seminar: Kobbi Nissim - Can We Reconcile the Computer Science and Legal Views of Privacy?

Law and computer science interact in critical ways within sociotechnical systems, and recognition is growing among computer scientists, legal scholars, and practitioners of significant gaps between…

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DataX PPPL Workshop 5-2022_Kates-Harbeck

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OURSIP Intern - Kyle Ayisi

Event Segmentation and Hidden Markov Models Mentors: Prof. Ken Norman, Neuroscience Jamal Williams, Neuroscience

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OURSIP Intern- Icey Ai

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Assisted Living in the United States: An Open Dataset, Anton Stengel, UG '23 (3954508)

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need for information and data about long-term care facilities in the United States. Unlike nursing homes, assisted living facilities (ALFs) are not federally…

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A Tale of Modern Computers and the Ancient Seafloor, Indu Panigrahi, UG '23 (3926464)

When teaching a student, you sometimes have to come up with more than one way of explaining the same concept. The same ideas apply when teaching a machine how to interpret images. We have images from…

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