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TS30April2024_PGaraud

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Safe Underwater Navigation for Coral Reef Conservation, Madison Bland, GS (C1B8DA91)

Coral reefs are one of the most biologically diverse and economically valuable ecosystems on the planet. They provide a critical habitat for marine life and serve as a foundation for many…

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CBE Majors | Callie Zheng

CBE senior Callie Zheng discusses the depth and breadth of a discipline that has empowered her to advance the frontiers of knowledge.

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TS05October2023_DReynolds

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JPP20July2023_CGranier

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OURSIP Intern - Ron Shvartsman

Sedimenting Elastic Filaments Advised by: Prof. Howard Stone, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Rodolfo Brandão Macena Lira, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

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The Sub-Two Hour Marathon: Applying an Engineering Lens to Understand How Eliud Kipchoge Did the Impossible, Lola Wheeler, UG '23 (2833924)

This research project successfully provided insight into what it took to break, what is often referred to as, the “impossible barrier” – finishing a marathon in under 2 hours. In…

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SULI24June2022_Carasik

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Ocean energy capture through ferrofluid sloshing, Seth Freeman and Polina Zhilkina, UG '22, (3965210)

Ocean surface waves carry vast amounts of energy that could be harnessed as a renewable source of electricity generation. However, current ocean energy capture devices fail to be economically viable…

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Fluid mediated soft actuators, Trevor J. Jones, G5 (3959899)

In our world filled with human innovation and technology we hardly scratch the surface of what has been formed in nature. While we have increased our control and capabilities of machines, the use of…

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ReMatch+ Intern - CeciliaQuirk

Erosion Percolation: simulations of particle erosion and deposition in 2D porous media

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SULI15June2021_Cerfon

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Efficient Propulsion of a Robotic Tuna, Agnes Robang, UG '23 ( 2734812)

Most underwater vehicles today have spinning propellers, but designers of these vehicles are turning to nature for inspiration on improving the technology. Tuna are one of the most efficient…

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