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PLI Symposium 2024: Boris Hanin

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Using Semantic Vectors to Uncover Nuance and Better Understand Ancient Roman Texts and Culture, Natalia Tam, UG '25 (4391AAA4)

Latin is difficult for machines to translate due to the language being highly inflectional and overlapping word forms frequently creating ambiguity. Even with the help of dedicated human translators,…

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The Student Dilemma: How Does Stress Affect Learning? Claire Gilbert, UG '26 (0C0AA3FC)

As students, the environment in which we are expected to learn can often contribute to the stress of our everyday lives. Paradoxically, this stress actually makes it harder for us to learn.…

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Envisioning Automated Glaucoma Screening: Domain Generalization for Deep Learning-Based Glaucoma Classification, Hannah Ulman, UG '24 (B7A45C16)

Rapid advancements in deep learning algorithms for computer vision tasks have produced powerful models that can accurately classify diseases from medical images across a variety of specialties. In…

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Strategic Mastery in Terminal: A Novel Reinforcement Learning Approach to Tower-Defense Gameplay, Shivam Kak, UG '26, Ishaan Javali, UG '26, Yagiz Devre, UG '26 (5EE515B6)

From chess to Atari to AlphaGo, performance in games has been a benchmark of performance for machine learning. Terminal is a tower-defense game where players submit algorithms that play against each…

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A Capacity to Contribute: Improved or Impaired by Selective University Attendance?, Jenna Elliott, UG '25 (6E20F01D)

If highly selective universities are truly seeking to educate students with the desire and potential to ‘change the world,’ it seems worth investigating how well their students measure…

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Building the World's Most Accurate Low-Cost Sensor, Ximu Du (Jerry), UG '26, (2BE88C8F)

Greenhouse gas emissions affect people from a variety of backgrounds, but only wealthy entities have the means to monitor their communities’ air quality with accuracy. Having a low-cost sensing…

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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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EEB 522 Seminar Series - Elizabeth Tibbetts

EEB 522 Seminar Series Colloquium on the Biology of Populations Presented by Elizabeth Tibbetts "What wasps can teach us about the evolution of animal minds"

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ECE-524 Session 21 | 4.25

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NJ AI Summit - Foundations of AI

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ECE-524 Session 17 | 4.09

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PLI Symposium 11/28 Mengdi Wang

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PLI Symposium 11/28 Benjamin Eysenbach

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PLI Symposium 11/28 Uri Hasson

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PLI Symposium 11/28 Jason Ren

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