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The Swarm Garden: A Human-Swarm Interactive Platform for Self-Adaptive Art, Architecture and Dance Performance, Jad Bendarkawi, UG '24, Yenet Tafesse, UG'24 (F258874D)

The Swarm Garden represents a combination of swarm robotics, architecture, and art, developed through the collaboration between the Self-Organizing Swarms and Robotics Lab and the Form Finding Lab.…

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A Summer Class Exploring Computer Science with Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students ISLAND 2023

The purpose of this research project was to design, deliver, and assess the content and methodology of an introductory course focused on the block-based coding language, Scratch, for educators of…

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EEB 522 Seminar Series | Jonathan Velotta

EEB 522 Seminar Series Colloquium on the Biology of Populations Presented by Jonathan Velotta "Extreme Physiology and the Mechanisms of Adaptation to High Altitude"

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Richard H Wilhelm Lectures "Genome Engineering: A New Engineering Discipline Emerging In The 2020s?" DAY 1

Bernhard Palsson is the Y.C. Fung Endowed Professor in Bioengineering, Professor of Pediatrics, and the Principal Investigator of the Systems Biology Research Group in the Department of…

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Vertical Stacked LEGO-PoL CPU Voltage Regulator, Youssef Elasser, G4 (3963365)

This work presents a 48 V to 1 V merged-two-stage hybrid-switched-capacitor converter with a Linear Extendable Group Operated Point-of-Load (LEGO-PoL) architecture for ultra-high-current…

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Getting Started with the Research Computing Clusters

This workshop introduces the research computing ecosystem at Princeton: the computing clusters (Nobel, Adroit, Della, Stellar, Tiger, and Traverse), the storage systems available, and the data…

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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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Coffee with ORPA: Princeton ERA Tips and Tricks 3-18-2021

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The Turing Machine Test: module proof for equivalence

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Cos326-13-04-module-equivalence

Proving the Equivalence of Two Modules

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cos326-2020-22-01-parallelism-and-a7

Programming with Parallel Sequences

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cos326-2020-13-03-ho-rep-inv

Reasoning About Modular Programs: Part 3: More Representation Invariants

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Reasoning About Modular Programs: Part 2: Proving Representation Invariants

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cos326-2020-13-01-representation-invariants

Reasoning about Modular Programs: Part 1: Representation Invariants

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cos326-2020-12-04-module-evaluation

Ocaml Modules: Part 4: Module Evaluations

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