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Optimal Prepositioning of Hurricane Emergency Relief in the Caribbean: A Demand Approach, Katie Kolodner, UG '24 (716852C7)

The devastating historical impact and increasing threat of natural disasters due to climate change have demonstrated the need for improved emergency relief efforts in disaster-prone areas like the…

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Inverse Neural Rendering for Explainable Multi-Object Tracking, Tanushree Banerjee, UG '24 (611179F4)

Today, most methods for image understanding tasks rely on feed-forward neural networks. While this approach has allowed for empirical accuracy, efficiency, and task adaptation via fine-tuning, it…

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Equipping AI with Long Term Memory, Quan Shi (Ben), UG '24 (E105AB04)

AI chat models, such as ChatGPT, are restricted by how much text they can process at once during interactions. To alleviate this, we investigate augmenting AI with an external read-write memory,…

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Who Plays First? Using Game Theory to Coordinate Many Robots, Haimin Hu, GS, and Zixu Zhang, GS (00A963B2)

On Monday morning, three auto-piloted jetliners are flying on a collision course. How should the air traffic controller reroute them to avoid collisions and minimize delays? Meanwhile, a fleet of…

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Strategic Sacrifice: Self-Organized Robot Swarm Localization for Inspection Applications, Sneha Ramshanker, GS (6B09A63F)

Imagine a future where small robotic teams roam our infrastructure—bridges, pipelines, buildings, and satellites—detecting problems promptly, such as leaks and cracks. Teams of robots…

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ECE-524 Session 21 | 4.25

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COM LIT Lecture - Kohei Saito (4.19.24)

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Department of Physics 47th Annual Donald R. Hamilton Lecture: "The Many use of Emergent Perfection in Large Quantum Systems" by Joel E. Moore

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ECE 524 Session 19 | 4.16

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The Global South and the Future of World Order 4th Annual Conference: "Panel 5: Liberalism and Liberals Beyond the West"

How is the liberal tradition evolving beyond the Western world? How have Global South liberals coped with nationalism, populism, and authoritarianism? Is there a common perspective on liberalism in…

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The Global South and the Future of World Order 4th Annual Conference: "Closing Roundtable: Reimagining the Global South in World Order"

Can historical experiences and contemporary statecraft from the Global South be reconciled with liberal internationalism? Given the ties that bind Global South countries to China and Russia, how…

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CCSR - Islam and Antiblackness (4.03.24)

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NJ AI Summit - AI for Sustainable Energy

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The Right and the Future of Capitalism with Oren Cass and Samuel Gregg

On April 10, 2024, the James Madison Program hosted Oren Cass, Executive Director of American Compass, and Samuel Gregg, Friedrich Hayek Chair in Economics and Economic History at the American…

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Byun, Sung-soo, March 20, 2024, "Partition functions of non-Hermitian random matrices"

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