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JPP18January2024_TWhite

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TS05October2023_DReynolds

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OURSIP Video - Maxwell Lin

New Materials for Superconducting Qubits Advised by: Nathalie de Leon, Electrical and Computer Engineering Nana Shumiya, Electrical and Computer Engineering

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E-cadherin: Biological Glue to Improve Cell-Material Adhesion, Youn Kyoung (Elena) Cho, GS (2279756)

Biomedical devices that penetrate the skin, such as implants and vascular access devices, rely on a stable attachment between the tissue and material to prevent complications. If the adhesion fails…

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SoA "Matter: Questions of Preservation and Value"

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Dynamic Measure of Hyperuniformity and Nonhyperuniformity in Heterogeneous Media via the Diffusion Spreadability, Haina Wang, G4 (3960863)

Time-dependent interphase diffusion processes in multiphase heterogeneous media arise ubiquitously in physics, chemistry and biology. The recently developed concept of spreadability,…

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4.6.2022 PRISM Symposium (Morning)

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Lowering the Barrier for Web Advertisement Research at Scale, Kai Ji (Kevin) Feng, UG '21 (2310672)

Web advertisements are essential to the day-to-day operations on the internet by providing a key channel of revenue to websites that offer content at little to no cost. However, they are also common…

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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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CITP Seminar: Juan Gilbert – Can Voters Detect Ballot Manipulations with a Transparent Voting Machine?

Touch-screen ballot-marking devices (BMDs) produce paper ballots that are counted by optical-scan voting machines and can be recounted by hand. If the BMD is hacked or misprogrammed so that it prints…

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Ocaml Modules: Part 2: Design Choices

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Ocamls Modules: Part 1: Simple Structures

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OURSIP intern - Youqi Gang and Hoang Le

Summer Research Colloquium Research Summary - Towards understanding loss in superconducting qubits

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Tech Spotlight: MR Daniel on Digital Audio Production in the NMC - 2

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