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A Kammavācā Manuscript from Myanmar ritual use

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A Qur an from Harar Ethiopia brief overview from Hidden Stories

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Erdos, Laszlo, March 18, 2024, "Spectral universality of non-Hermitian random matrices"

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Danforth Lecture - Jacqueline Stone (11.30.23)

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Sonia Chernova Lecture "Autonomy in the Human World: Developing Robots that Handle the Diversity of Human Lives"

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Influence & Interference - Nathan Brown: "The Flowers of Andromache"

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OURSIP Intern - Derek Geng

Object Rearrangement with Computer Vision Advised by: Prof. Jia Deng, Computer Science Beining Han, Computer Science

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OURSIP Intern - Shirley Xue

Strengthening Memory Suppression in PTSD via Real-time Neurofeedback Advised by: Prof. Kenneth Norman, Princeton Neuroscience Institute Augustin Hennings, Princeton Neuroscience Institute

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How are similar objects represented in the brain?, Elita Lee (4413825)

We come across pieces of highly similar information in our daily lives. The hippocampus is known to form nonoverlapping representations of these similar memories to prevent interference. In our…

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Sold under Nazi rule: On the Provenance of a Manuscript in Princeton’s Goethe Collection, Dennis Schaefer, GS (2265857)

My presentation discusses the provenance of a 19th century German manuscript by the German author Johann Wolfgang Goethe in our Special Collections, which was sold under Nazi rule in 1934. As part of…

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Lecture Series Talk - Frank Ruda "The Ver-Fremdworteffekt. Adorno on Language’s Glitches"

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2023 Alumni Day Madison Medal Lecture - Dr. Robert Kahn *64

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"'An Image To Lighten The Soul's Heaviness:' Reflections On Portraiture And Longing In Classical Antiquity"

The concepts of ekphrasis and mimesis have prominently found their way into art historical methodologies that span subdisciplines of the field, generating interpretive models and sitting at the…

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ReMatch Intern - Jules Regan

Multimodal Word Learning Mentors: Prof. Casey Lew-Williams, Psychology Dr. Jessica Kosie, Psychology

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3D Object Reconstruction of Unseen and Unlabeled Point Clouds, Gene Chou, UG '22 (3963734)

Learning 3D representations of objects is a task at the heart of computer vision, robotic manipulation, scene understanding, medicine, and content generation. Implicit neural representations which…

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Targeted system optimization using inverse design, Prerit Terway, G4 (3958781)

Most systems have multiple objectives and constraints. For example, a company making a smartphone needs to increase the battery life, minimize the lag, and maximize the bandwidth. Solutions to these…

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