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OURSIP Intern - Caitlin Wang

Modeling Predictive Process in the Brain with Variational Autoencoders (VAE) Advised by: Prof. Tim Buschman, Princeton Neuroscience InstituteSeth Akers-Campbell, Princeton Neuroscience Institute…

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OURSIP Intern- Olivia Taylor

Amplifying Viral Sequences to Identify Cell-type Specific Enhancers Advised by: Prof. Fenna Krienen, Princeton Neuroscience InstituteLakme Caceres, Princeton Neuroscience Institute

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How do we know what we know? -- as a mathematical question. Designing knowledge assumptions and asymmetric encryption schemes in lattice-based cryptography., Yuxi Zheng, UG '23 (2279885)

Assumptions of various hard problems are essential in modern cryptography. There is a group of assumptions known as the “knowledge assumptions.” They assume that in order for the…

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Do Judges Score Dives Fairly? Analyzing the Contribution of Different Phases to Scoring in Diving, Lauren Okamoto, UG (2270842)

Judging in diving is supposed to be as objective as possible and fairly account for all phases of a dive: start, take-off, flight, and entry. However, in practice, it is a commonly held belief among…

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Jimenez-Rosales, Alejandra, February 10, 2023, "Modeling Polarisation Signatures of Sgr A* Flares at Event Horizon Scales"

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How Does ChatGPT Work? An Overview of Large Language Models (Part 1 of 3)

Speakers: Ameet Deshpande and Alexander Wettig, Computer Science Department, Princeton University This presentation gives an overview of the key technologies behind ChatGPT with a discussion of…

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CITP Seminar- Katrina Ligett - Data Privacy is Important, but it’s not Enough

Our current data ecosystem leaves individuals, groups, and society vulnerable to a wide range of harms, ranging from privacy violations to subversion of autonomy to discrimination to erosion of…

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Building a Tool for Chronicling America: Flexibility and Efficiency in Digital Humanities, Nobline Yoo, UG '23 (3967151)

Digital humanities is at the interface between humanistic studies and computational power. Hence, when building tools in this space, we need to consider, firstly, the humanities scholar who desires…

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Analyzing Racial Bias Trends in the Text of US Legal Opinions, Rohan Jinturkar, UG '23, (3964430)

Racial bias remains pervasive in American society, and there are many instances of such discrimination in the legal system. However, it is unclear if such bias also exists in the text of judge…

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Quantum Anomalous Hall Effect, Topological Magneto-electric Effect and Orbital Magnetism

Allan H. MacDonald - The University of Texas at Austin

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Quantum Hall Effects in a Partially Full Landau Level Quantized and Unquantized

Bertrand I. Halperin - Harvard University

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Characterizing Biological Phase Separation With Predictive Approaches, Dylan Kim, UG '21 (2309371)

Biological phase separation is a thermodynamically driven behavior that dictates the formation of many critical membraneless bodies in the cell, including the nucleolus and stress granules. Because…

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Yazdani Lab Tour

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