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SOS10February2024_JJenkins

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WC29November2023_BKroposki

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ACEE annual meeting Morning Keynote: "Disruptive Energy Futures"

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JPP17August2023WMatthaeus

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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 - Rajveer Kaur

Training Spatial Computations through Visuomotor Adaption Task Advised by: Prof. Jordan Taylor, PsychologyDr. Olivia Kim, Psychology

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Princeton Research Day 2023

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A Physics-Informed Deep Learning Investigation of Wind-Wave Interactions, Vassiliki Mancoridis, UG '24 (2986906)

Turbulence modeling can shed light on the physics that occurs at the boundary between ocean waves and overhead wind, which is useful in the fields of oceanography, renewable energy, weather…

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Knot The Average Boat: Development of a Semi-Autonomous Sailing Platform, Jeb Carter, UG '23 (2985750)

The problem of autonomous sailing is a complex and challenging one. There are nearly countless possible environmental and telemetry sensors that can be implemented, each with varying challenges and…

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Improving Drone Performance in Wind with Novel, Fast, Sensors, Nate Simon, GS (2272842)

Unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) have the potential to transformatively impact numerous industries, including infrastructure inspection, search and rescue, package delivery, and even atmospheric…

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The Sub-Two Hour Marathon: Applying an Engineering Lens to Understand How Eliud Kipchoge Did the Impossible, Lola Wheeler, UG '23 (2833924)

This research project successfully provided insight into what it took to break, what is often referred to as, the “impossible barrier” – finishing a marathon in under 2 hours. In…

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Active Grid as Tool for Understanding Mosquito Relevant Flows, Hannah Even, UG '25 (2770463)

Mosquitos pose a great threat to human health and the economy due to the diseases they carry which kill thousands of humans every year. The goal of this project was to create a tool that could…

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Estimates of heating rates in the near-Sun environment, Cole Meyer, UG '24 (2264813)

The solar corona is a magnetized plasma that forms the outermost region of the Sun and, surprisingly, is much hotter than the surface of the Sun itself. The corona is also the birthplace of the solar…

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TS28March2023_SCranmer

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JPP23March2023_SServidio

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Ressler, Sean, February 9, 2023 "Full of Hot Air: A Smorgasbord of Results from Wind-Fed GRMHD Simulations of Sagittarius A*"

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