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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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Is it an Animal?: Reconstructing Ancient Fossils with Machine Learning, Advik Eswaran, UG '27 (7B7798F6)

My research project was on generating a 3D reconstruction of ancient fossils (565 million years old) from Siberia. Working with over 2000 cross-sectional images of the fossil sample, which is encased…

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Fiber Formation Based on Nonequilibrated Aqueous Two-phase Systems, Maria Luisa Parada, UG '26 (751583FB)

Liquid-liquid phase separation is a fascinating and ever-evolving phenomenon that has captured renewed attention, particularly in the fields of biology and material synthesis. Our focus has been on…

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Analyzing How Neural Networks Manipulate the Shape of Data, Reuel Williams, UG '24 (9C22A282)

Understanding the mathematical shape of data that neural networks learn from can provide valuable insights into their inner workings. In my senior thesis, I delve into this concept using a…

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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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Tracking the Evolution of Emarginated Primary Feathers with Flight Style, Lilia Burtonpatel, UG '27 (A6DA3782)

This project explores how a special type of flight feather on birds - emarginated primary feathers - have evolved different shapes across evolutionary history. These feathers make up the wingtips of…

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NJ AI Summit - Closing Remarks

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JPP12October2023_JBall

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OURSIP Intern - Ron Shvartsman

Sedimenting Elastic Filaments Advised by: Prof. Howard Stone, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Rodolfo Brandão Macena Lira, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

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OURSIP Intern - Maria Luisa Parada

Fiber Formation Based on Nonequilibrated Aqueous Two-phase Systems Advised by: Prof. Howard Stone, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Niki Abbasi, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

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von Fellenberg, Sabastiano, February 10, 2023 "A Characteristic Flare Shape for NIR and X-Ray Flares of Sgr A*"

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APS29November2022_SYatom

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DataX PPPL Workshop 5-2022_Smirnov

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1.44 Lessons from Hajj Khutbah 9_9_2016

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Towards Developing a Closed-Loop System to Optogenetically Perturb Cerebellar Purkinje Cells and Assess Effects on Locomotion in Freely-Moving Mice, Mina Musthafa, UG '22, (3965173)

The cerebellum has long been identified as a brain region involved in motor control and balance. Previously, it had been challenging to study cerebellar control of motor coordination in a context…

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Using Light to Build New Drugs: Synthesis of Cyclic Peptides by Photoredox Chemistry, Cecilia Kim, UG '23 (3950214)

The emergence of new diseases, the rise of drug resistance, and the continued prevalence of chronic conditions that remain difficult to treat, such as cancer and Alzheimer’s, create a growing…

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