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J. Cohen Lecture Recording_4-25-22

When the Source is a Moving Target

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MyUHS - Immunization Records

This video provides instruction for students on entering records of immunizations, required by Princeton University, into their MyUHS portal.

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EEB Scholars Webinar 2022

EEB Scholars Webinar 2022

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Next Generation Concrete: Exploring the CO2 Sequestration Potential of Low-lime Binders Enabled by Materials Architecture and Additive Manufacturing, Nadia Ralston, UG '22 (3967491)

As society pushes towards industrialization and growing needs for development occur, the global demand for Ordinary Portland cement (OPC) is expected to rise concurrently. Yet, as one of the largest…

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The Making of the Modern Donor, Samin Rashidbeigi, G6 (3959599)

My project traces the emergence of blood transfusion technology in modern Iran. Until the early 1970s, an informal market supplied hospitals with blood products. Forced by poverty, professional…

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Trust In Reconciliation: How Political Violence Affects Institutional Trust, Rooya Rahin, UG '23 (3963731)

Nearly three decades after the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), it is still considered by most scholars to be the most successful case of a truth commission, as well as the…

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Generative Art, Luke Shannon, UG '23 (3965156)

I make generative art (in which the artist deliberately gives some amount of control to an autonomous system). Almost all of my work is a code-generated instance of an algorithm with an infinite,…

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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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The Augmented Undercommons and The Path to The Sun: An Exploration of Liberatory Technology and other Revolutionary Tools, Payton Croskey, UG '23 (3963813)

Gunshot-detecting microphones, killer drones and baby fingerprint scanners all exist to convince citizens that they are necessary developments for a safe society. Yet, Black technologists and…

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Decentralization and Health Outcomes in the Philippines, Madison Spinelli, UG '22 (3961005)

This thesis investigates decentralization on population health through quantitative means in the Philippines during the transition period from 1989-1998. The driving hypothesis is that…

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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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Investigating Phospholipid Transport in Gram-negative Bacteria, Michael Lee, UG '22, (3964281)

Gram-negative bacteria form two biological membranes; the inner membrane encloses the cytoplasm of the bacteria while the outer membrane surrounds the inner membrane and delineates the cell from the…

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Launching Ultrathin Foil Floating Capabilities at the Princeton Space Physics Lab, Nina Arcot, G1 and Grace Gong, UG '22 (3956977)

The SWAPI (Solar Wind and Pickup Ions) instrument on NASA’s IMAP (Interstellar Mapping and Acceleration Probe) mission uses ultrathin (~10 nm) carbon foils for coincidence measurements. Other…

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Drugs are good, but how do they go bad?, Yejoon Seo, G4 (3937727)

Many oral delivery drugs are in the amorphous state, stabilized by an amorphous polymer. Over time, these drugs tend to "flow," resulting in significant changes to the drug product that…

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Spring 2022 Anschutz_Lecture

King’s 2022 Anschutz lecture attends to the keywords “futurity,” “ecologies,” and “experimentation” as they circulate within Black and Indigenous feminist…

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