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SULI16June2022_Egedal

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Final Public Oral Examination of Ian Miller

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Solving Sudoku Puzzles with Recurrent Neural Networks, Richard Zhu, UG '23 (3967706)

Recent advancements in machine learning have allowed for near-human or even superhuman performance in applications spanning chess-playing, protein folding, and natural language generation. Sudoku, a…

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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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WOLVES AND WHEELS: THE EFFECT OF YELLOWSTONE’S WOLF REINTRODUCTION ON DEER-VEHICLE COLLISIONS, Erik Peters, UG '22 (3862815)

This paper examines the economic impact of wolf reintroduction via associated decreases in deer-vehicle collisions. Previous literature has found significant reductions in deer-vehicle collisions…

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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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Towards Developing a Closed-Loop System to Optogenetically Perturb Cerebellar Purkinje Cells and Assess Effects on Locomotion in Freely-Moving Mice, Mina Musthafa, UG '22, (3965173)

The cerebellum has long been identified as a brain region involved in motor control and balance. Previously, it had been challenging to study cerebellar control of motor coordination in a context…

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Infrastructure and New Technology Adoption: Assessing the Impact of Transmission Availability on New Solar and Wind Entries Using Power Plant Retirements as a Proxy, Emiri Morita, UG '22, (3953817)

In response to the climate crisis, many governments around the world have committed to decarbonizing its economy by 2050, requiring technological transitions backed by large infrastructure upgrades…

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Optimizing Princeton’s Campus Energy Plants, Harry Shapiro, UG '22 (3947045)

Despite advanced campus energy systems, Princeton spends $10-11 million/year on energy to heat, cool, and power campus buildings, in addition to emitting 75,000-80,000 metric tons of CO2 (equivalent…

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Making Models and Mining Mimics: Insights From Computer Vision Into How Biological Systems Solve Visual Problems, Yael Stochel, UG '22 (3965102)

Heliconius butterflies, a genus of butterfly that lives in South America, exhibit Mullerian mimicry, a type of mimicry in which toxic unrelated species evolve to share warning signals to teach and…

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Climate Change in Savannas: Exploring the Link Between Biodiversity Loss and Carbon Cycling, Harrison Watson, G3 (3951832)

To adapt to and mitigate the impact of rapidly increasing concentrations of atmospheric CO2 across the globe, it is critical that we improve our understanding of the land carbon cycle – how…

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Local Damages from Hurricanes: Application of Machine Learning with Satellite Data, Katie Kolodner, UG '24 (3963520)

Though hurricanes are some of the most destructive natural disasters, with the frequency of intense and damaging hurricanes increasing due to climate change, current estimates of damages from…

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Equitable Data-Driven Resource Allocation to Fight the Opioid Epidemic: A Mixed-Integer Optimization Approach, Joyce Luo, UG '22 (3959957)

The opioid epidemic is a crisis that has plagued the United States (US) for decades. One of the central issues of the epidemic is inequitable access to treatment for opioid use disorder (OUD), which…

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