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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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Cancer Killing Probiotics with High Specificity: Adhere, Quorum Sense, and Kill, Remy Garcia-Kakebeen, UG '27, Ryan Miner, UG '27, Jingjing Wang, UG '26 (4A06F438)

The motivation of our project is to create a treatment that would isolate and attack cancer cells rather than both cancerous and non-cancerous cells. The impact of this would be profound, as patients…

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SURF: Eavesdropping on Underwater Communications from the Air, Poorya Mollahosseini, GS (1B355730)

This project investigates how an airborne node can eavesdrop on the underwater acoustic communication between submerged nodes. Conventionally, such eavesdropping has been assumed impossible as…

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Meta-Sticker: Metamaterial-Sticker for Non-Invasive 6G Mobile Food Sensing, Subhajit Karmakar, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Atsutse Kludze, GS (5A7C2F1C)

Food waste is one of the greatest economic and ethical challenges in the world. Realizing sustainable solutions for food security is one of the major research thirsts for next-generation (6G and…

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EEB 522 Seminar Series - Elizabeth Tibbetts

EEB 522 Seminar Series Colloquium on the Biology of Populations Presented by Elizabeth Tibbetts "What wasps can teach us about the evolution of animal minds"

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decoding genomes

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OURSIP Intern - Thomas Verrill

Benchmarking ML-Based MIMO Decoding Advised by: Prof. Kyle Jamieson, Computer Science Abhishek Singh, Computer Science

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OURSIP Intern - Tracy Zhang

Superhuman Vision for Autonomous Cars Advised by: Prof. Felix Heide, Computer ScienceMario Bijelic, Computer Science

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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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mmWall: A Steerable, Transflective Metamaterial Surface for NextG mmWave Networks, Kun Woo Cho, GS (2270373)

High frequency, millimeter-wave (mmWave) spectrum has emerged in the 5G/6G era as a key next-generation wireless network enabler, fulfilling user demands for high spectral efficiency and low latency…

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2023 Porter Ogden Jacobus Fellow - Mira Nencheva

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Richard H Wilhelm Lectures "Genome Engineering: A New Engineering Discipline Emerging In The 2020s?" DAY 1

Bernhard Palsson is the Y.C. Fung Endowed Professor in Bioengineering, Professor of Pediatrics, and the Principal Investigator of the Systems Biology Research Group in the Department of…

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OURSIP Intern - Christopher Roberts

Vulnerabilities with mmWave Smart Surfaces Mentors: Dr. Yasaman Ghasempour, ECE Haoze Chen, ECE

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StressDeep: Stress Detection Using Wearable Medical Sensors and Efficient Neural Networks, Anu Vellore, UG '22 (2250003)

Chronic stress poses serious harm to both physical and mental health. It is a risk factor for hypertension and coronary artery disease, as well as other health problems including gastroesophageal…

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Decoding Brain Signals into Speech - Steps Towards Universal Brain-Machine Interfaces

Brain-computer interfaces are one of humanity's most ambitious goals. This technology promises to augment our cognitive and physical abilities by allowing us to control devices and communicate…

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