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OURSIP Intern - Kaya Unalmis

Optimizing stellarators for better equilibria through the addition of physics objectives to DESC Mentors: Dr. Egemen Kolemen, MAE Daniel Dudt, Rory Conlin, Dario Panici, MAE

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Matrices: What pregnancy and motherhood teach us about human agency, Mary Nickel, G6 (2272052)

It can be quite striking, on reflection, to consider the fact that nearly the first entire year of our lives are spent inside another human being. None of us is created ex nihilo: we are all forged…

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Using a Theory of Human Cognition to Improve Computer Agents, Albert Lin, UG '23 (3965329)

Current reinforcement learning (RL) models still have difficulty generalizing to novel, but related, tasks. They are also often composed of deep neural networks which carry out computations that do…

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“Applicant or Avatar?”: An Explanation of Temporary Behavior Alterations as a Strategy to Succeed in the Gamified World, Jenna Elliott, UG '25, (3965065)

Princess Peach or Luigi? Aspiring psychology major with clinical research experience or trilingual valedictorian with a passion for mental health advocacy? The task of choosing which character to…

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Teaching Computers to Negotiate, Denis Peskoff, Postdoc (3949464)

Negotiation is a core component of day-to-day life and international politics. But this is not a skill we associate with the everyday Artificial Intelligence of today: Siri and Alexa do not…

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The Haunted Place, Ally Wonski, UG '22 (3963686)

“The Haunted Place” is a visual novel style video game concept which explores Edgar Allan Poe’s works in context to world events and experiences in the 2020’s. This work uses…

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CITP Special Event: Tech in Conversation- Imagining Radical Tech Futures

While scholars often examine the ways in which technologies fail and marginalize communities, this event focuses on an equally critical goal of adopting an abolitionist mindset – one that…

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Workshop: NFTs at the Intersection of Arts and Entrepreneurship

Session Speaker BiosNon-fungible Tokens went from flying under the radar to flying high in what seems like a short time. While some view this market as a bubble, for creators of digital assets, they…

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Changing the Game: Innovations in Professional Sports in Response to COVID-19

This session was part of Engage 2020, Princeton University's new innovation and entrepreneurship conference. The health pandemic has mandated new and imaginative ways for professional sports to…

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CES Webinar - Virtual Celebrations

The Conference and Event Services Team will lead this festive session focused on celebrating with your coworkers. We will cover retirements, holiday parties and other ways your team can celebrate…

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Lucky Break: Regulating Lootboxes in Videogames

Over the past four years, loot boxes have skyrocketed in popularity. These virtual crates of in-game items have become a mainstay of the video game industry, with major franchises such as FIFA, Star…

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Mexico's 2018 Elections: Round Table: Institutional Safeguards and Challenges

Javier Aparicio, CIDE Lorenzo Cordova, INE Reyes Rodriguez, TEPJ Guillermo Trejo, Notre Dame Moderator: Esteban Rossi-Hansberg, Theodore A. Well '29 Professor of Economics, Princeton University

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Mexico's 2018 Elections: Mexico 2018: A Young Normal Democracy?

Javier Aparicio, Associate Professor and Head of the Political Studies Division, CIDE

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ETC offerings for the week of March 26th, 2012: Seminars and tech spotlight - holland & piotrowski

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Us vs. Them: Neural Responses to Rival Groups' Pleasures and Pains

Psychology graduate student Mina Cikara presents her work on human response to pain in others, with a focus on Schadenfreude, in her study of rival fan groups (Red Sox and Yankees.)

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