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Wrathall, David, May 21, 2024, "Modeling Future Climate Refugees: On Habitability, Dispossession and Transformation

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Bronen, Robin, May 20, 2024, "Climate Justice Advocacy: Rights, Reimaginings and Relentless Resistance"

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Automating Photomask Design: Coupled Ring Quantum Cascade Lasers, Rosy Monaghan, UG '24 (66EBF7FE)

Quantum cascade lasers are a type of semiconductor laser that operate in the mid to far infrared region. Due to their unique properties, such as compact design, fast recovery gain time and operation…

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The Beginnings of Difference: Using Prime Editing to Investigate Early Embryonic Development, Yonit Krebs, UG '24 (A3432925)

Following fusion of the egg and sperm during fertilization, the embryo divides to form a structure called a blastocyst. Differences between cells in the embryo emerge by the formation of the early…

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Effects of Diagenesis on 𝛿⁷Li in Viki Core during Late Ordovician, Hirnantian Glaciation, Celia Murphy-Braunstein, UG '25 (DDEB2A24)

This project investigates the effects of diagenesis on δ7Li in shallow-marine carbonates collected from the Viki Drill Core during the Late Ordovician, Hirnantian Glaciation. The research…

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TigerJunction, Joshua Lau, UG '26 (85D0E676)

TigerJunction is a comprehensive course planning application created independently (not part of any course, organization, or department) by Joshua Lau. Other student applications like ReCal and…

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Far-Right Actor Collaboration: Understanding an Emerging Threat, Caroline Schuckel, UG '25 (9CF5D14F)

This project utilizes quantitative methods to code for instances of far-right group collaboration. This phenomenon began in 2022 and has potentially negative consequences for domestic secutiry if…

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Serosim: Serosurvey Data Simulation R Package, Arthur Menezes, GS (D75FB0BF)

Public health researchers use serological studies to obtain serum samples from individuals and measure antibody levels against one or more pathogens. When paired with appropriate analytical methods,…

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The Role of Ciboulot in the Development of the Drosophila Tracheal System, Natalie Torres, UG '26 (380192FE)

Vascular malformations are the result of atypical development of blood vessels. As with many rare conditions, vascular malformations are understudied, and the mechanisms underlying their formation…

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Optimal Prepositioning of Hurricane Emergency Relief in the Caribbean: A Demand Approach, Katie Kolodner, UG '24 (716852C7)

The devastating historical impact and increasing threat of natural disasters due to climate change have demonstrated the need for improved emergency relief efforts in disaster-prone areas like the…

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PowerVision: Giving AI the Ability to Understand Electrical Schematics, Dak Cheung Cheng, UG '25 (47276F72)

Power electronics are the backbone of the 21st century. Whether to comes to charging your phone or powering to a city, power electronics are are responsible for keeping the entire world running.…

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Language-Driven Video Editing Agents: Unlocking Creative Potential Through Human-AI Collaboration, Christine Sun, UG '24 (9A6CF9F3)

Despite the importance of video as a medium for communication, video editing is a skill with a high barrier to entry. To democratize access to content creation, we introduce the Video Editing and…

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Kawabata, Kohei, March 19, 2024, "Symmetry classification of non-Hermitian random matrices and open quantum systems"

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Kawabata, Kohei, March 19, 2024, "Symmetry classification of non-Hermitian random matrices and open quantum systems"

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