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Humanistic Design Speaker Series: "Libraries as Design Ecology"

In an age when public institutions are under threat, what might we learn about them, and what forms of resistance might we cultivate, by recognizing them as design ecologies that embody and affect…

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WDA Conference Alero Olympio - SocialTransformations

Alero Olympio was an architect and builder of radical ecologies. Born in Ghana and working extensively between Scotland and her homeland, Olympio theorized and exercised a rigorous dedication to…

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WDA Conference: "Alero Olympio: Activated Matter" Keynote

Alero Olympio was an architect and builder of radical ecologies. Born in Ghana and working extensively between Scotland and her homeland, Olympio theorized and exercised a rigorous dedication to…

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SoA Lecture "On Assembling Boxes"

The LADG (Los Angeles Design Group) is an architectural practice founded in 2004 by Andrew Holder and Claus Benjamin Freyinger. With offices in Venice, California and Cambridge, Massachusetts, The…

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Enabling Compact Fusion by High-Temperature Superconductor, Siwei Chen, PD (4586699)

Fusion energy is the future of green energy and promises to revolutionize the way we power our world. It has the potential to provide a nearly limitless source of clean energy with zero emissions and…

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Reel-to-Reel Characterization of REBCO High-Temperature Superconductor: Towards Stable and Reliable High-Temperature Superconducting Magnets, Yi Li, GS (4422902)

High-temperature superconductor (HTS) is an enabling technology for ultra-high-field magnets and compact fusion reactors. In recent years, rare earth-barium-copper-oxide (REBCO) coated conductor…

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Analyzing the underlying mechanisms of cross-platform validity for Natural Language Processing-based predictive models that identify mental disorders in social media users, Yubi Mamiya, UG '26 (3995017)

Recent, dramatic increases in life-threatening self-harm and hospitalizations of young people due to mental disorders has motivated efforts to preemptively identify suffering individuals and connect…

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Revolutionizing Clean Energy: How IG Processed Superconducting Super Magnets Could Save the Planet, Sushma Miryala, UG '25 (2771013)

The consequences of global warming are being felt worldwide, and rising temperatures are having catastrophic effects through the forms of heatwaves, floods, wildfires, sea level rises, droughts, and…

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3D Printing of Complex Materials for Biomedical and General Use, Lauren Ava Rawson, UG '23 (2270891)

Cell-cell connections are far stronger than cell-substrate connections. The proteins that cells use to connect to non-cellular material are weaker than the proteins used in cell-cell connections. On…

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Trenton's Stacy Park - From Urban Renewal to Community Reinvestment; Austin J. Edwards, Esq., GS (4088143)

Once a beautiful green park space connecting Trenton residents to the Delaware River, former Stacy Park became a six-lane highway during the 1960’s period of “urban renewal” even…

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Robotic Swarm Inspection for Infrastructure Monitoring, Darren Chiu, UG '23 (2265354)

Robotic swarm inspection for structures offers a flexible, scalable, and cost-effective solution in comparison to human inspection such as the benefit of being resilient to individual failures,…

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Making Your Code Run Faster: Hardware Acceleration for Similar Input Data, Haiyue Ma, GS (2924007)

It is crucial to make computer programs run faster. Traditionally, the execution time for the same program stays the same regardless of the inputs. Based on the observation that programs tend to…

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Knot The Average Boat: Development of a Semi-Autonomous Sailing Platform, Jeb Carter, UG '23 (2985750)

The problem of autonomous sailing is a complex and challenging one. There are nearly countless possible environmental and telemetry sensors that can be implemented, each with varying challenges and…

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Improving Drone Performance in Wind with Novel, Fast, Sensors, Nate Simon, GS (2272842)

Unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) have the potential to transformatively impact numerous industries, including infrastructure inspection, search and rescue, package delivery, and even atmospheric…

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TangoSec: a performant dance across the public Internet, Benjamin Herber, GS (2263723)

Modern applications have strict network requirements, such as low latency and high reliability. Have these modern requirements grown beyond that which the public Internet can provide? Many companies,…

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Sharps Containers are Red, Tourniquets are Blue: Harm Reduction’s Abridged History and an Ethnography of Contemporary Programs, Chloe Fox-Gitomer, UG (2264839)

This project is about harm reduction, a practice invented to help people who use drugs (PWUDs) use them more safely, as well as live healthier, happier lives. Things PWUDs need are identified…

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