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Tissue Sculpture: How Do Our Lungs Form? Jake J. Klimek, UG '24 (5C795CAC)

Our lungs are beautifully designed and energetically efficient gas-exchange systems that are formed by complex, tree-like networks. However, sometimes lungs do not form correctly during embryonic…

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Join(t)ing the Past and Present: The History, Construction, and Structural Properties of the Traditional Japanese Daimochi Tsugi Timber Joint, Akaneh Wang, UG '24 (7BC529DA)

Heritage structures serve as a record of the past and symbolize enduring connections between a community’s culture and history. While historical Japanese timber joints built by miyadaiku…

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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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Trends in Soil Properties Across the Minneapolis-St. Paul Metropolitan Area - Implications for Ecosystem Services

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CBE Majors | Colin Brown

CBE senior Colin Brown relates his experience using chemical engineering to study atomically thin superconducting materials for advanced computing and biotechnologies.

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OURSIP Intern - Elie Belkin

How Topology Controls the Dynamics of Physics: Hamiltonian Floer Homology and the Arnold Conjecture Advised by: Prof. Peter Ozsváth, Mathematics

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ReMatch+ Intern - Zhiwen Wu

Synthesis of New Biphasic Transition Metal Chalcogenides for Energy Storage Advised by: Prof. Leslie Schoop, Chemistry Joseph W. Stiles, Chemistry

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OURSIP Intern- Emily Lee

The Structural Basis of Dynamin Regulation by Amphiphysin During Endocytosis Advised by: Prof. John Jimah, Molecular Biology Seraya Jones-Nelson, Molecular Biology

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OURSIP Intern - Nick Zhu

Simulation Study of Monolayer Vibrations Advised by: Prof. Aditya Sood, Mechanical and Aerospace EngineeringTouhid Ahmed, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

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CITP Seminar-Jakob Mökander - Auditing Large Language Models

The emergence of large language models (LLMs) represents a major advance in artificial intelligence (AI) research. However, the widespread use of LLMs is also coupled with significant ethical and…

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RF Sensor Systems for Resilient Smart Infrastructure, Bryan Boyd, UG '24 (2263555)

Modern day displacement sensors can measure displacement due to cracks in concrete structures at most in 2-dimensions, and can mainly measure the displacements very close to the sensor itself. This…

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Computational Insights into the Atomic-Scale Properties of Amorphous Solid Dispersions of Cannabidiol, Stephanie Monson, UG '23 (2277961)

Cannabidiol (CBD) has been gaining popularity as a therapeutic, targeting diseases such as epilepsy and Alzheimer’s. Like many other small molecule drugs, CBD has low solubility and…

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Exploring New Defects in Diamond for Quantum Networks, Sounak Mukherjee, GS (2474952)

Quantum communication offers higher security compared to traditional encryption by virtue of the fundamental laws of Physics. But quantum states are fragile. To be able to send qubits across long…

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