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Quantum Photonic Transformer (QPT), Alkin Kaz, UG '23 (2262501)

You might have wondered what underlying mechanism and models does the famous ChatGPT, the Artificial Intelligence (AI) chat assistant employs. The T of the GPT, that is the Generative Pre-trained…

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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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RF Sensor Systems for Resilient Smart Infrastructure, Bryan Boyd, UG '24 (2263555)

Modern day displacement sensors can measure displacement due to cracks in concrete structures at most in 2-dimensions, and can mainly measure the displacements very close to the sensor itself. This…

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Fashioning New Worlds: Weaving Alternate Futures through Fashion Technology and Black Ingenuity, Payton Croskey, UG '23 (2276153)

Plant-based fabric for waste-free living, digital fashion for a virtual existence and 3D-printed gills for a submerged aquatic society are all futures proposed by today’s fashion-tech…

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Princeton Campus Composting, Ezekiel Akinsanya, UG '26, Julia Dumais, UG '26, and and Giselle Schrier, UG '26 (3993749)

Methane gas produced by decomposing organic matter in landfills is responsible for about 20% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Imagine if we could eliminate ⅕ of these emissions while creating…

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PLAinly Put, Gary Smith, UG '26, Grace Anne McCooey, UG '26, and Eli Soffer, UG '26 (3993890)

The US produces well over 35 million tons of plastic each year, largely in part due to the great demand for single-use plastics. Polylactic acid, or PLA, is a popular alternative to fossil-fuel-based…

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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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Who Tells The Story: Speech in Collaborative Roleplaying Games, August Roberts, UG (2770101)

My research uses transcripts from the Dungeons & Dragons actual play Dimension 20 to examine the extent to which different players in a singular D&D game contribute to the telling of the…

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Bradford Seminar: "Extreme Weather Events and the Politics of Climate Change Attribution"

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Meet Jenny Wagner

Jenny Wagner is Assistant Director for Internships at the Pace Center.

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2023 Alumni Day Wilson Award Lecture - General Christopher Cavoli '87

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C-PREE Bradford Seminar - "Climate Change and the Future of Work: A Materialist Approach" lecture by Natasha Iskander

Natasha Iskander is the James Weldon Johnson Professor of Urban Planning and Public Service at New York University’s Wagner School of Public Service. Her research focuses on the ways that…

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FPUL Small Talk with Nina Khrushcheva *98: Russia, Ukraine, and the Perils of History

Friends of Princeton University Library Small Talk with Nina Khrushcheva *98, scholar and Professor of International Affairs, The New School

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Bradford Seminar: "Model Migration as adaption. Experience with MIDAS framework. Thoughts on capturing things that haven't happened yet"

gent-based modeling – in which system-level outcomes emerge from interactions among individuals and their environment – can provide unique insights in the study of livelihoods…

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A.I. and the Future of Religion: A Conversation with Beth Singler

Beth Singler is Assistant Professor in Digital Religion(s) at the University of Zurich in the Faculty of Theology. She explores the social, ethical, philosophical, and religious implications of…

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