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Seeing More Pitches: Analyzing the Effect of Extended At-Bats on Offensive Production, Kaden Kram, UG '24 (8A052AA1)

At the heart of America's favorite pastime, professional baseball organizations look to build teams and develop game strategies in the pursuit of championships with the heavy influence of…

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ReMatch+ Intern — Chi Luc

Evaluation of Low Frequency Sinusoid Steel Plates for the Design of Seismic Resistant Buildings Advised by: Prof. Maria Garlock, Civil and Environmental Engineering Parfait Masungi, Civil and…

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Optimization of Spheroid Invasion Assay Advised by: Prof. Yibin Kang, Molecular Biology Eunmi Lee, Molecular Biology

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Can Pitchers Gain a New Edge in Baseball by Profiling a Hitter’s Swing Path?, Tony Owens Jr, UG '24 (2278771)

A baseball game is a series of batter, pitcher matchups. The pitcher seeks to do one of two things: prevent the batter from making contact, or cause the batter to make weak contact, which will lead…

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Pitch Tunneling in Baseball, Ben Zenker, UG '24 (2264109)

Pitch tunneling in baseball is when two pitches look the same for most of their trajectory towards home plate, but then move in opposite directions. Pitchers utilize pitch tunneling to try and fool…

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Elastic Shear Buckling Analysis of Low-Frequency Sinusoid Bridge Plate Girders, Eleni Retzepis, UG '24 (2276709)

Flat steel web plates are used in various structural applications such as in plate girders in bridges to transfer large loads across long spans. However, these plates are usually very slim, which…

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ReMatch Intern - Eleni Retzepis

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