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SPO Summer Programs 2024: Princeton in Portugal Information Session

The Department of Spanish and Portuguese presents a virtual information session about Princeton in Portugal for Summer 2024. For more information, please visit https://spo.princeton.edu/study-abroad

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Creating an Automatic Coil Winding Machine Advised by: Prof. Lyman Page, Physics Saptarshi Chaudhuri, Physics

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Princeton Research Day 2023

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Between National Politics and International Intellectual Influences: Development of Nanjing University Chemistry & Physics Departments, 1902-1937, Julia Zhou, UG '24 (2269588)

Close inspection of Nanjing’s University charter and administrative-level official documents reveals the deep, early influences of Japanese education models on the structure of the Physics and…

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Making Your Code Run Faster: Hardware Acceleration for Similar Input Data, Haiyue Ma, GS (2924007)

It is crucial to make computer programs run faster. Traditionally, the execution time for the same program stays the same regardless of the inputs. Based on the observation that programs tend to…

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EmotionsNet: A modern platform for emotional research, Aetizaz Sameer, UG '25, Tyler Vu, UG '25, Andrew Hwang, UG '25 (2770125)

In the fields of psychology and neuroscience, often researchers seek to study the effect of mood and emotion on measurable characteristics -- such as health, willingness to take risks, and other…

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The Development of a Convolutional Neural Network for the Classification of Drum Sounds, Louis Larsen, UG (2270432)

Music is a universal language, and people can easily decipher between many different types of instruments. While recent developments in machine learning have allowed computers to distinguish between…

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Who Says So?, Denis Peskoff, PD (3684202)

"We imagine you’ve been reading as much about generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) lately as we have, especially the new program, ChatGPT, which some observers suggest might have…

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New Opportunities with Voice Controlled Accessibility Software: Federated Machine Learning and Linux Mobile Devices, Colton Loftus, UG '23 (2264753)

For individuals with health limitations, machine learning provides a powerful way to create more useful accessibility software. Voice controlled accessibility software is one such example that allows…

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How to identify the Schedule B number

A Schedule B number is an export code assigned by the U.S. Census Bureau to classify all exported physical products. This system is used to organize exports into general categories recognized…

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I-Corps Showcase - Engage 2022

Each of the five presenting founders recently participated in the Northeast I-Corps Hub program. Each realized the benefits of the program and grew their appreciation of testing their…

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2022 Princeton Research Day

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Creativity Is Not All Benign: Relationships Among Neutral Creativity, Social Creativity, Benevolence, and Malevolence, Aleeza Schoenberg, UG '22 (2262596)

Aleeza Schoenberg is a member of the Class of 2022 concentrating in psychology and earning certificates in creative writing, theater, computer science, and cognitive science. For her creative theses,…

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Ising Model on Locally Tree-like Graphs: Uniqueness of Solutions to Cavity Equations, Qian Yu, Post Doc (3000000)

In the study of Ising models on large locally tree-like graphs, in both rigorous and non-rigorous methods one is often led to understanding the so-called belief propagation distributional recursions…

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Analyzing Experiences with Speech Controlled Accessibility Software and Developing a Solution for the Linux Desktop, Colton Loftus, UG '23, (3943096)

For individuals with disabilities affecting the use of their hands, typing and using a mouse can be not only inconvenient, but also painful. This problem is especially prevalent within the software…

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