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Optimizing Classical Hardware for Superconducting Qubit Control, Elizabeth Medina, UG '24 (AAFC1283)

Quantum computers have the potential to provide improvements in a variety of areas, including drug development, artificial intelligence, and finance. These computers use quantum mechanics to perform…

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FutureFlow: A Deep Learning Approach to Short-Term Wind Gust Prediction and Control, Dylan Epstein-Gross, UG '25 (BFB85A86)

My project explores the application of various deep learning methods to the problem of short-term wind gust prediction central to wind-aware control on real-world quadrotors, a ubiquitous issue for…

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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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Accelerating Design Space Exploration with Differentiable Surrogate Models, Shikhar Tuli, GS (2278304)

Researchers constantly strive to explore large and complex search spaces in various scientific studies and physical experiments. These could include searching the exponentially large set of…

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Creating your Personal Risk Management Plan - Webinar

(InfoSec 201) Organizations look at their cybersecurity threats by identifying, analyzing, evaluating, and addressing risks. By assessing these risks, they can establish the likelihood and impact of…

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10.26 Good Works as a Way of Life

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10.24 Eid ul Adha Bayyan - Lessons from the Lives of Prophet Abraham and His Family

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What's next after the End of Moore's Law, Marcelo Orenes Vera, G3 (3964916)

Moore's law is a prediction made by the president of Intel in 1965, Gordon Moore, who predicted that the number of transistors per circuit would double every 18 to 24 months. This trend was a…

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Robot Swarms for Surface Inspection Applications, Darren Chiu, UG '23 (3958946)

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

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Shuwen Deng 03.21.2022 Job Talk P.2

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ECE - Department Chair Video

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Engage 2021 - 5G, 6G, NextG: Wireless Network Designers Discuss Architecture and Innovation

Across industry and academia, wireless network designers are converging on open and programmable cellular networks to meet the demands of exciting new applications such as video streaming and…

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Celebrate Princeton Innovation 2021: Ruby Lee: Tiny AI module for detecting smartphone theft and anomalous behavior

Professor Ruby Lee describes the development of built-in smartphone hardware to rapidly detect when a thief tries to use a stolen cell phone to access data and online information. This technology…

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AutoSVA: Democratizing Formal Verification of Hardware Module Interactions, Marcelo Vera, GS (2311653)

In academia and particularly at Princeton we have research groups making chip designs into silicon. In the industry you would have dedicated engineers doing verification, both simulating tests and…

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