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ReMatch Intern - Eleni Retzepis

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Characterization of Mid-Infrared Semiconductor Disordered Hyperuniform Quasi-Material Films, Mary Catherine Lorio, UG '22 (3966587)

We present an experimental characterization of novel mid-infrared, semiconductor, disordered hyperuniform (DHU) quasi-material films. Using Fourier Transform-Infrared (FT-IR) spectroscopy, we perform…

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Vertical Stacked LEGO-PoL CPU Voltage Regulator, Youssef Elasser, G4 (3963365)

This work presents a 48 V to 1 V merged-two-stage hybrid-switched-capacitor converter with a Linear Extendable Group Operated Point-of-Load (LEGO-PoL) architecture for ultra-high-current…

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Localizing Alfvén eigenmodes in plasma based on high resolution ECE spectrograms at DIII-D using autoencoders and image processing techniques, Eric Ahn, UG '24 (3956085)

Despite the promising achievements in fusion production, tokamaks still suffer from kinetic and MHD instabilities. In this work, we focus on Alfvén eigenmodes (AEs), a class of ubiquitous…

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Developing Online Tools for Spectroscopic Research, Kasey Shashaty, UG '23 (3958803)

This summer, I had the opportunity to work with the Princeton University Laser Sensing (PULSe) Lab, which is interested in laser-based spectroscopic systems. Their work has many real-world…

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Shine On You Crazy Diamond: Photo-Induced Behavior of GdSbTe, André Koch Liston, UG '23 (3887939)

Light is fast — but not infinitely fast. When electronic circuits become as small as atoms and information travels in the picosecond scale (10^-12 s), detectors must react to ultrafast changes…

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