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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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Celebrate Princeton Innovation 2022 - Barry Rand: Perovskite lasers for optical communications

The world’s first electrically pumped thin-film laser could be transformative for a range of applications including self-driving cars, facial recognition and emerging communication…

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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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A Tale of Modern Computers and the Ancient Seafloor, Indu Panigrahi, UG '23 (3926464)

When teaching a student, you sometimes have to come up with more than one way of explaining the same concept. The same ideas apply when teaching a machine how to interpret images. We have images from…

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Density Fluctuations and Hyperuniformity in Dense Packings of Superballs, Charles Maher, G4 (3959561)

A packing is any collection of nonoverlapping objects. Dense, disordered packings are useful models of glasses, biological systems, and granular media. The study of dense packings of nonspherical…

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Translating Sanskrit Buddhist Philosophy for the Curriculum- Panel 3

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Art, Diplomacy and Crime

On April 8, 2022, LISD hosted a discussion on Art, Diplomacy, and Crime in the context of the ongoing war in Ukraine. Allison Blauvelt, a first-year SPIA MPA student presented her research on the…

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Translating Sanskrit Buddhist Philosophy for the Current Philosophy Curriculum

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Heng Yang Job Talk P.2

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OURSIP Intern - Mel Hornyak

Sexual Harassment of Men and Prototypicality Theory

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SFPUL: The Met Cloisters Virtual Field Trip

Perched on the northern tip of Manhattan, The Met Cloisters focuses on the art, architecture, and gardens of the European Middle Ages. In this virtual field trip, C. Griffith Mann, the Michel…

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Clay, American System

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Alden Hunt - 2020 Journalism Senior Colloquium

Alden Hunt '20 presents his certificate project, "Visitors From the Void," during the Program in Journalism's Senior Colloquium. A couple of years ago, a little blip on a…

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Unifying Caching Objectives with Learning Relaxed Belady

Caching is crucial to the end-to-end performance of distributed systems. By storing content that is commonly requested so that it can be served faster, this technique can improve request latency and…

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Unifying Caching Objectives with Learning Relaxed Belady

Caching is crucial to the end-to-end performance of distributed systems. By storing content that is commonly requested so that it can be served faster, this technique can improve request latency and…

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