Program 2016

May 5th, 2016, 1:00 - 5:00 pm, Frist Campus Center

Program Overview
Full Program
Presenter Index             [Download as Excel file]

Program Overview

1:00 - 1:50 pm     
Session Presentation Format   Session Title Location Session Chair
      S1.1       10-min talk          A Slice of Princeton I Frist Room 330 Live Stream Available Ian Lundberg
S1.2 10-min talk   Medicine and Global Health                    Frist Room 209 Chuhan Zong
S1.3 10-min talk   Gender and Identity Frist Room 210 Aaron Kurosu
S1.4 Performance   Investigations in Performance Frist Theater (3rd floor) Sarah Town
S1.5     90-sec pitch       Elevator Research I Frist Room 329 Live Stream Available Levi Golston
S1.6  Video and digital     Arts and Engineering Interwoven Frist West TV Lounge (1st floor)     Kaichen Gu
1:00 - 2:20 pm
Session Presentation Format   Session Title Location
      S2.1       Poster         A Slice of Princeton II A                       Frist 300 Level Study Hall
S2.2 Poster   A Slice of Princeton II B Frist 100 Level Multiple Locations  
S2.3 Art exhibit and demo   Out of the Mind, Into the World Frist East TV Lounge (1st floor)
2:00 - 2:50 pm
Session Presentation Format   Session Title Location Session Chair
      S3.1       10-min talk          Rethinking the Everyday Frist Room 330 Live Stream Available Robert Lunsford
S3.2 10-min talk   Our Planet's Past, Present, and Future Frist Room 307 Akshay Mehra
S3.3 10-min talk   Interactions and Communication I Frist Room 309 Jasmin Imran Alsous
S3.4 10-min talk   Presentation and the Image Frist Room 209 Brian Ho
S3.5 10-min talk   Questions of Policy Frist Room 210 Darcy McRose
S3.6 Performance   Artistic Explorations Frist Theater (3rd floor)                   Cameron Platt
S3.7 90-sec pitch   Elevator Research II Frist Room 329 Live Stream Available Allison Simi
2:30 - 3:20 pm
Session Presentation Format   Session Title Location Session Chair
      S4.1        Video and digital            The World We Live in                           Frist West TV Lounge (1st floor)      Peng Peng
2:30 - 3:50 pm
Session Presentation Format   Session Title Location
      S5.1       Poster          A Slice of Princeton III                          Frist 300 Level Study Hall
3:00 - 3:50 pm
Session Presentation Format   Session Title Location Session Chair
      S6.1             10-min talk                Challenging the Status Quo Frist Room 330 Live Stream Available Deborah Varnell
      S6.2       10-min talk   Insights from the Field Frist Room 307 Joan Ricart-Huguet
      S6.3       10-min talk   Interactions and Communication II      Frist Room 309 Elise Myers
      S6.4       10-min talk   Designing the Future Frist Theater (3rd floor)                 Viraj Pandya
3:30 - 3:45 pm
Session Presentation Format   Session Title Location Session Chair
      S7.1       Performance          I'm Lost! - An Interactive Show about Clowns  Frist West TV Lounge (1st floor)                             TBD
4:00 - 5:00 pm

Reception and Award Ceremony. Location: Frist Multi-purpose Room (Level B). Open to all presenters, session chairs, judges and volunteers. Not open to the public.

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Full Program

Please note: Audience members and presenters should plan to stay for the full length of individual sessions to avoid disrupting presentations.

 

Session S1.1

10-min Talk

Frist Room 330
Live Stream Available

1 - 1:50 PM

Session Title: A Slice of Princeton I    
Session Chair: Ian Lundberg    
Presenter(s) Start Time Population Department / Program Presentation Title
Eliana Glatt 1:00 PM UG Psychology Individual Factors Predicting Academic Burnout in College Students Over Time
Tim Michiels 1:10 PM GS Civil and Environmental Engineering The Potential of Zero Carbon Structures Made from Princeton's Local Soil
Briana Payton 1:30 PM UG Sociology Black Between the Lines: Examining Divergent and Layered Identities of Black Migrants
  1:40 PM Question and Answer Period for all Presenters

Session S1.2

10-min Talk

Frist Room 209

1 - 1:50 PM

Session Title: Medicine and Global Health    
Session Chair: Chuhan Zong    
Presenter(s) Start Time Population Department / Program Presentation Title
Harrison Blackman 1:00 PM UG History The Mantua-Makers' Misfortune: Reconsidering the 1720 Plague of Marseille through Geospatial Epidemiology and Retrospective Diagnosis
Kourtney Pony 1:10 PM UG Comparative Literature Complicating the Narrative: Viewing Medicine through a Literary Lens in Brazilian Lupus Patient Testimonies
Wendy Mok 1:20 PM Postdoc Chemical and Biological Engineering Investigating the Metabolism of Antibiotic-Tolerant Bacterial Persisters
Allison Simi 1:30 PM GS Chemical and Biological Engineering How Cancer Lumps Promote Malignancy
  1:40 PM Question and Answer Period for all Presenters

Session S1.3

10-min Talk

Frist Room 210

1 - 1:50 PM

Session Title: Gender and Identity    
Session Chair: Aaron Kurosu    
Presenter(s) Start Time Population Department / Program Presentation Title
Jared Lockwood 1:00 PM UG Writing Program An Investigation of Gender Disparity within the Quizbowl Community
Selena Kitchens 1:10 PM UG Classics Sulpicia Writes Herself: A Female Author in the Roman Literary World
Kate Maffey 1:20 PM UG Near Eastern Studies Helmets and Hijabs: Gender Roles in the Jordanian Military and Police Force
Erika Kirgios 1:30 PM UG Computer Science / Program in Cognitive Science Biased Blogging: Linguistic Evidence of Gender Bias in Political Blogs
  1:40 PM Question and Answer Period for all Presenters

Session S1.4

Performance

Frist Theatre (3rd floor)

1 - 1:50 PM

Session Title: Investigations in Performance  
Session Chair: Sarah Town    
Presenter(s) Start Time Population Department / Program Presentation Title
Glenna Yu / Bree White 1:00 PM UG Dance Moongatherer
Catherine Andre / Robert Keown / Jared Brendon Hopper / Nadia Diamond 1:10 PM UG English / Programs in Humanistic Studies,Theater, and Gender and Sexuality Studies Macbeth: Act IV.iii
Brian Ho 1:20 PM GS French and Italian French Inspiration in Everyday Life
Mark Massoud 1:30 PM Postdoc Woodrow Wilson School While You Were Sleeping: Short Stories from Somalia and Sudan
  1:40 PM Question and Answer Period for all Presenters

Session S1.5

90-sec Pitch

Frist Room 329
Live Stream Available

1 - 1:50 PM

Session Title: Elevator Research I    
Session Chair: Levi Golston    
Presenter(s) Start Time Population Department / Program Presentation Title
Akshay Mehra 1:00 PM GS Geosciences Visualizing Cloudina: Three Dimensional Reconstructions of Precambrian Organisms
Thomas Ray Garcia 1:04 PM UG English The Speculative Fiction of Jack London
Kimberly Newell 1:08 PM UG Economics Modeling Forward Premia in the PJM Electricity Market
Luca Comisso 1:12 PM Postdoc Astrophysical Sciences Hidden Order in the Plasma Universe
Deborah Schlein 1:16 PM GS Near Eastern Studies Arabic Medicine in South Asia: Najib al-Din al-Samarqandi's Pharmacology in Indian Unani Medicine
Sameer Wagh 1:20 PM GS Electrical Engineering ShadowRAM: Practical and Secure Random Access Memory
Réka Zempléni 1:24 PM UG Economics The Effect of Access to an Objective News Source on Public Awareness, Opinion and Stated Involvement in Politics - The Case of Hungary
Peng Peng 1:28 PM GS Art and Archaeology Art in the Making: A Case Study in the Technical Art History of Ancient China
Jasmin Imran Alsous 1:32 PM GS Chemical and Biological Engineering Lessons from the Fruit Fly: How to Pack an Egg
  1:36 PM Question and Answer Period for all Presenters

Session S1.6

Video and Digital

Frist West TV Lounge (1st floor)

1 - 1:50 PM

Session Title: Arts and Engineering Interwoven  
Session Chair: Kaichen Gu    
Presenter(s) Start Time Population Department / Program Presentation Title
Kathy Zhao / Carey Camel / Emma Watkins 1:00 PM UG Theater Musical Theater Writing
Yuyang Fan 1:10 PM GS Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Poking into the Swirls -- Nano-scale Sensor to Measure Turbulence
Mark Miller / Janik Kiefer 1:30 PM GS Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Wind Turbine Experiments: Making Big Wakes with Small Models

Session S2.1

Poster

Frist Room 300 Study Hall

1 - 2:20 PM

Session Title: A Slice of Princeton II A       
Presenter(s) Board Number Population Department / Program Presentation Title
Samvit Jain # 1 UG Computer Science Monetization on the Modern Web: Automated Micropayments From “Bitcoin-Enabled” Browsers
Victoria Lin # 3 UG Economics Take It or Leave It: An Empirical Study of OECD Maternity Leave Policies and Female Labor Market Outcomes
Adrian Tasistro-Hart # 5 UG Geosciences Astronomically Forced Hydrology of the late Cretaceous Tropical Potosï Basin
Pavithran Ravindran # 7 UG Chemical and Biological Engineering/Molecular Biology Towards a Genetically-Encoded Magneto-Responsive Force Generator
Charlotte Williams # 9 UG Anthropology Ethically Impossible: Class Action and The Case of the Guatemala Tuskegee
Collin Edwards # 11 UG Geosciences Mining Metagenomic Data to Understand the Lifestyle of Atmospheric Methane Oxidizing Bacteria in Antarctic Surface Soil
Kaitlyn Kliewer # 13 GS Civil and Environmental Engineering An Approach in Dynamic Structural Health Monitoring Using Long-Gage Fiber Optic Sensors
Granton Jindal # 15 GS Chemical and Biological Engineering In vivo Ranking of MEK1 RASopathy Variants Using Functional Assays in Zebrafish and Drosophila
Ensheng Weng # 17 Postdoc Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Predicting Forest Type through Physiological and Environmental Interactions with Leaf Traits: Deciduous vs. Evergreen
Dennis Yi # 23 UG Physics Ion Acceleration in Plasma Shocks: Hybrid Simulations of Heavy Species Injection into the High-Energy Spectrum
Jhong-Min Chen / Nathan Suek / Samantha Ip # 25 Postdoc Chemical and Biological Engineering Developing a Multifunctional Yeast Platform for Drug Discovery with Metabolic Engineering and Biosensor Techniques
Elise Myers # 27 GS Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Exploring Syntrophic Relationships between Sulfate Reducing Bacteria and Methanogens
Shreyas Lakhtakia # 29 UG Electrical Engineering An Optoelectronic Setup for Wideband Principal Component Analysis of RF Signals through Unsupervised Learning
DJ Rasmussen # 31 GS Woodrow Wilson School Open Source Climate Risk Data Sets for Quantifying Local Financial and Economic Risks
Joshua Stadlan # 33 UG Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Picking Up Speed: Laser-Based Velocimetry on Wings and Wind Tunnels
Katherine Raber # 35 UG Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Stranding Factors of California Sea Lions (Zalophus californianus) along the Central California Coast
Evan Kratzer # 37 UG Woodrow Wilson School Vote Here? Immigrants to the United States and the Civic Duty to Vote
Katherine Lee # 39 UG Operations Research and Financial Engineering Gaussian Models for Estimating Neural Activity from Fluorescence Imaging in C. Elegans
Andrew Sun # 43 UG Woodrow Wilson School Evaluating Democracy Assistance
Connor Stonesifer # 45 UG Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Phosphorus Uptake Strategies in Recovering Panamanian Tropical Forest

Session S2.2

Poster

Frist 100 Level Multiple Locations

1-2:20 PM

Session Title: A Slice of Princeton II B     
Presenter(s) Board Number Population Department / Program Presentation Title
Catherine Ruesch # 52 GS Moleculary Biology Distinct Ribonucleoprotein Granules Safeguard Drosophila Germline Development
Evan Zhao # 53 GS Chemical and Biological Engineering (CBE) Light Activated Enzyme Transcription for Microbial Chemical Production
Briana Christophers # 54 UG Molecular Biology A Morphogenetic Role for FGF Signaling in Zebrafish Heart Development 
Joani Etskovitz # 55 UG English  Curiosity's Adventures in Wonderland
Ofer Kimchi # 56 UG Physics How Does a 30S Ribosome Find Its Target on an mRNA?
Graham Turk # 57 UG Computer Science SolarSource: A General Framework for Evaluating Rooftop Solar Potential
Jordan Gunn # 59 UG Psychology  Contextual Coherence as a Parameter Guiding Statistical Learning
James Agolia # 61 UG Chemistry Toward Functional De Novo Proteins
Victor Charpentier # 62 GS Civil and Environmental Engineering Tailoring the Elastic Response in Adaptive Building Skins
Victoria Luu # 63 GS Geosciences Coral Nitrogen Heterotrophy vs. Autotrophy on a Central Equatorial Pacific Reef: A Natural Abundance Stable Isotope Approach
Abdiel Santiago # 64 UG Politics, American Studies, Latino Studies Manufacturing Support for Puerto Rican Statehood
Megan Abbott # 65 UG Ecology and Evolutionary Biology The Evolution of the Sword Edge Trait in Xiphophorus birchmanni - X. malinche Hybrid Populations
Wenbo Wu # 66 GS Geosciences Mechanisms of Intermediate-Focus Earthquake Generation and Dehydration of Subducted Slab
Christina Rice # 67 UG Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Electromagnetic Tracking of an Oblique Laparoscope: Making Augmented Reality Feasible
Sindiso Nyathi # 68 UG Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Impact of Sea Urchin Populations on Coral Reef Health in a Honduran Reef System
Ben Dobkin # 69 UG Sociology / Program in Technology and Society To Catch A Redditor: Studying the Identity of Anonymous Users on Reddit, Online and Offline
Derek Xu # 70 UG Molecular Biology Getting Under the Skin: Investigating the Role of Fne in Drosophila Dendrite Morphogenesis
Liqing Peng # 71 GS Civil and Environmental Engineering Climate Controls on Potential Evaporation in the United States
Julianna Hsing # 72 UG Ecology and Evolutionary Biology The Effect of Gut Physiology and Diet on the Gut Microbiota of Large African Mammalian Herbivores
Jalisha Braxton # 73 UG Psychology Handwriting vs. Typing: Does Writing Mode Affect Learning?
Lucas Nguyen # 74 GS Chemistry Photon Upconversion via Triplet-Triplet Annihilation in Organic Synthesis
Darcy McRose / Oliver Baars /Anne Kraepiel # 75 GS Geosciences Microbial Siderophore Usage: When, Where, and Why?
Ajua Duker # 76 Postdoc Psychology The Social Amplification of Risk in Media Portrayals of Disease
Anastas Belev # 77 UG Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

The Boundary of Biodiversity: What Governs Forest Expansion into the Hyperdiverse Fynbos Biome in the Absence of Fire?

Ingrid Ockert # 78 GS History of Science Wizards of Broadcasting: The Early Years of Science on TV
Enrico Sassoni # 79 Postdoc Civil and Environmental Engineering HAP4MARBLE - Multi-Functionalization of Hydroxyapatite for Restoration and Preventive Conservation of Marble Artworks
Eunice Lee # 80 UG Molecular Biology Investigating Motile Cilia Defects as Causal Genetic Factors for Scoliosis

Session S2.3

Art Exhibit and Demo

Frist East TV Lounge (1st floor)

1-2:20 PM

Session Title: Out of the Mind, Into the World     
Presenter(s) Exhibit Number Population Department / Program Presentation Title
Wesley Cornwell E 1 UG Theater Designing a Story: Exploring the Relationship between Narrative and Theatrical Design
Julia Peiperl E 2 UG Theater Decaying the Feminine: Costume Design for Sophocles' Elektra
Lynse Cooper E 3 UG Visual Arts ~Portraits~
Jaime Ding E 4 UG Visual Arts THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU
Harrison Blackman / Sahand Keshavarz Rahbar E 5 UG Writing Program Tortoise

Session S3.1

10-min Talk

Frist Room 330
Live Stream Available

2-2:50 PM

Session Title: Rethinking the Everyday    
Session Chair: Robert Lunsford    
Presenter(s) Start Time Population Department / Program Presentation Title
Rezma Shrestha 2:00 PM GS Molecular Biology How Do Hairs Point the Right Way: A study of Planar Cell Polarity in the Skin
Aaron Kurosu 2:10 PM GS Psychology Evaluating the Beauty of Novel Forms
Eugene Tang 2:20 PM UG Computer Science Using Twitter to Predict Depression
Jonathan Balkind 2:30 PM GS Computer Science OpenPiton: An Open Source Manycore Research Framework
  2:40 PM Question and Answer Period for all Presenters

Session S3.2

10-min Talk

Frist Room 307

2-2:50 PM

Session Title: Our Planet's Past, Present, and Future  
Session Chair: Akshay Mehra    
Presenter(s) Start Time Population Department / Program Presentation Title
Alison Campion 2:00 PM UG Geosciences The Late Paleozoic Ice Age: an Ancient Analog to Today's Climate System
Alon Stern 2:10 PM Postdoc Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Polar Bergs and Bears: Lessons and Hazards of Iceberg Research
Joseph Vella 2:20 PM GS Chemical and Biological Engineering Force Field Development for Liquid Tin as Part of a Computational Investigation for Liquid Plasma-Facing Materials in Tokamak Reactors
Joseph Hamill 2:30 PM GS Chemical and Biological Engineering Finding Structure in Solution: Characterization of Intermediate Species in Perovskite Precursor Solutions for Thin-Film Photovoltaics
  2:40 PM Question and Answer Period for all Presenters

Session S3.3

10-min Talk

Frist Room 309

2-2:50 PM

Session Title: Interactions and Communications I  
Session Chair: Jasmin Imran Alsous    
Presenter(s) Start Time Population Department / Program Presentation Title
Ramie Fathy 2:00 PM UG Molecular Biology Characterizing the Role of Central Brain Neurons in Processing Courtship Song and Mediating between Aggressive and Mating Behaviors
Andrew Sharo 2:10 PM UG Physics Bacteria as Architects: An Agent-Based Model for Biofilm Growth
Claire Zarakas 2:20 PM UG Geosciences Predicting Dominant Root Strategies across Environmental Gradients in Seasonally Dry Tropical Forests
Kate Gardner 2:30 PM UG English Virtual Reality Storytelling
  2:40 PM Question and Answer Period for all Presenters

Session S3.4

10-min Talk

Frist Room 209

2-2:50 PM

Session Title: Presentation and the Image    
Session Chair: Brian Ho    
Presenter(s) Start Time Population Department / Program Presentation Title
Mairead Horton 2:00 PM UG Art and Archaeology Female Celebrities and the Use of Portraiture to Respond to Caricature in Georgian England
Nora Willett 2:10 PM GS Computer Science Secondary Animation for Illustrated Characters
Deborah Varnell 2:20 PM GS Electrical Engineering Spectroscopy and Imaging Using a Mid-Infrared Quantum Cascade Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) System
Viraj Pandya 2:30 PM GS Astrophysical Sciences Using X-rays to Search for Central Black Holes in Ultracompact Dwarf Galaxies
  2:40 PM Question and Answer Period for all Presenters

Session S3.5

10-min Talk

Frist Room 210

2-2:50 PM

Session Title: Questions of Policy    
Session Chair: Darcy McRose    
Presenter(s) Start Time Population Department / Program Presentation Title
Loully Saney 2:00 PM UG Politics Oil, Minerals, and Sanctions: The Effect of Natural Resources on Sanctions Duration
Ryan Dukeman 2:10 PM UG Woodrow Wilson School Broken Promises: The Relative Effectiveness of Federal and Unitary States in Implementing International Trade Agreements
Arsalan Mohsen Nia 2:20 PM GS Electrical Engineering CABA: Continuous Authentication Based on BioAura
Daniel Herbst 2:30 PM GS Economics School Integration and the White Majority
  2:40 PM Question and Answer Period for all Presenters

Session S3.6

Performance

Frist Theatre (3rd floor)

2 - 2:50 PM

Session Title: Artistic Explorations    
Session Chair: Cameron Platt    
Presenter(s) Start Time Population Department / Program Presentation Title
Matt Wie 2:00 PM UG East Asian Studies It's Dark Before the Sunrise: Charity Mission through a Music Album
Heather O'Donovan 2:10 PM UG Music Jeannette's Wedding Day: An English Language Translation of Victor Massé's Nineteenth-Century Opéra-Comique, Les Noces de Jeannette
Kujegi Camara 2:20 PM UG Anthropology Across the Sand and Through the Waters: Losing, Imagining, and Remembering in Soninke Migrant Narratives
  2:30 PM Question and Answer Period for all Presenters

Session S3.7

90-sec Pitch

Frist Room 329
Live Stream Available

2 - 2:50 PM

Session Title: Elevator Research II    
Session Chair: Allison Simi    
Presenter(s) Start Time Population Department / Program Presentation Title
Clayton Byers / Matthew Fu / Yuyang Fan 2:00 PM GS Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Simplifying Velocity Measurements: The Economical Sensor For a Data-Hungry World
Tamara Patton 2:08 PM GS Woodrow Wilson School Nuclear Arms Control in Full-Motion Virtual Reality
Fan Wu 2:12 PM Postdoc Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials Energy Scavenging Based on a Single-Crystal PMN-PT Nanobelt
Ian Lundberg 2:20 PM GS Sociology Cognitive Development in Early Childhood: Mechanisms over Three Generations
Stacey Huang 2:24 PM UG Electrical Engineering Design and Implementation of a Thermally Stable Automated Imaging System for a Remote CLaDS Methane Sensor
Joan Ricart-Huguet 2:28 PM GS Politics When the Sorting Hat Does Not Sort: A Natural Experiment on Culture
Ararat Gocmen 2:32 PM UG History Workers' Demonstrations and Liberals' Condemnations: The Italian Liberal Press's Coverage of General Strikes, Factory Occupations, and Workers' Self-Defense Groups during the Rise of Fascism, 1919-1922
  2:36 PM Question and Answer Period for all Presenters

Session S4.1

Video and Digital

Frist West TV Lounge (1st floor)

2:30 - 3:20 PM

Session Title: The World We Live in    
Session Chair: Peng Peng    
Presenter(s) Start Time Population Department / Program Presentation Title
Sharon Deng 2:30 PM UG Architecture Paris, Ni Hao
Avaneesh Narla 2:40 PM UG Physics Agent-Based Modeling in Bacterial Biofilms
Zhenru Zhou 2:50 PM GS Architecture Revisualizing the Pure Land in a Dunhuang Grotto
Nicole Gonzalez 3:00 PM UG Electrical Engineering TRAX: The Low-cost Open Source Circuit Board Printer
Charlotte Maher Levy 3:10 PM UG Visual Arts / Film Certificate Wait

Session S5.1

Poster

Frist 300 Level Study Hall

2:30-3:50 PM

Session Title: A Slice of Princeton III       
Presenter(s) Board Number Population Department / Program Presentation Title
Kaichen Gu # 2 GS Chemical and Biological Engineering Dependence of Charge Transport Properties in Organic Field-Effect Transistors on the Polymer Molecular Weight
Sarah Town # 4 GS Music Clave Contraband: Rhythmic Experimentation Among New York City's Timberos
Vivian Yao # 6 UG Geosciences Isotopic Nitrogen and Carbon Composition in Symbiotic Bermudian Corals: A Study on nutrient efficiency in Diploria labyrinthiformis and Porites astreoides
Kar Min Lim # 8 UG History Between Empires: Chinese Immigrants in the Spanish Philippines and the British Invasion of 1762
Mitch Mitchell # 10 UG Geosciences 3D Reconstruction of Marine Precipitates: Pushing the Envelope of Earth's Early Oxygen Levels
Yehuda Altabet # 12 GS Chemical and Biological Engineering The Effect of Material Flexibility on the Drying Transition of Water between Hydrophobic Objects: Thermodynamics and Kinetics
Charles Min # 14 UG Comparative Literature Shakespeare by the Numbers: New-Optics Authorship Studies of Elizabethan Playwrights
Wenying Liao / Justine Atkins / Alexander Becker # 16 GS Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Preferential Herbivory on Seedlings of Symbiotic Nitrogen-Fixing Plants May Explain their Decline in Abundance During Tropical Forest Succession: A Case Study in the Lowland Tropical Rainforest of Ecuador
Sang Beom Kim # 18 GS Chemical and Biological Engineering To Fold or Unfold? The Love-Hate Relationship Between Proteins and their Environment
Molly Fisch-Friedman # 20 UG Politics To Bibi or Not to Bibi: American Public Opinion of Israeli Prime Ministers, 1994-2015
Helena Hengelbrok # 21 UG Anthropology Water Belongs to Those Who are Thirsty: An Ethnography of Water, Political Belonging, and Health in Urubamba, Peru
Eugenie Martineau # 22 GS Physics / Genomics Molecular Characterization of Coordinated Cell Movement in Myxococcus Xanthus
Isabel Morris / Becca Napolitano / Corrie Kavanaugh # 24 GS Civil and Environmental Engineering Uncovering the Secrets of Amiens Cathedral: An Analysis of Pinnacle Positioning
Arianna Lanz # 26 UG Astrophysical Sciences The Photometric Properties of Dust in the Intracluster Medium
Taimur Ahmad # 28 UG Sociology The Good Land: Activity and Place-Based Communities in Central Park, New York City
Sara Fridovich-Keil # 30 UG Electrical Engineering Increasing OLED Efficiency: Refractive Index Tuning of MoO3-PEDOT:PSS Composite
Elshaddai Ephrem # 32 UG Molecular Biology / Certificate in Global Health and Health Policy Frequency of ALK Rearrangement Among Patients with Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer, Stratified by Race: Do Racial Disparities Exist? 
Emily O'Driscoll # 34 UG Molecular Biology Characterizing MHCI Cytoplasmic Domain Phosphorylation and Its Role in Binding Interactions
Mircea Davidescu # 36 GS Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Coordinated at all Sizes: Information Propagation Scales with Animal Size in Placozoa
Lawrence J. Liu # 38 UG Woodrow Wilson School Constrained Legality: A Theory of Authoritarian Law in China
Agastya Parikh # 40 UG Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Passive Boundary Layer Separation Control on an Aerofoil
Matthew Lotocki # 42 UG Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory High Performance Visualization of Time-Dependent Data
Levi Golston # 44 GS Civil and Environmental Engineering Uncertainties in the Magnitude andTtiming of Natural Gas Climate Impacts
Chuhan Zong / Kenneth Hubbell / A. James Link # 46 GS Chemistry /  Chemical and Biological Engineering Tying Up Loose Ends with Lasso Peptides

Session S6.1

10-min Talk

Frist Room 330
Live Stream Available

3-3:50 PM

Session Title: Challenging the Status Quo    
Session Chair: Deborah Varnell    
Presenter(s) Start Time Population Department / Program Presentation Title
Julian West 3:00 PM GS Chemistry U Can Do It: The Hidden Talents of Uranium
Michael Alan Chang 3:10 PM UG Computer Science Destroying Networks for Fun (and Profit)
Felipe Goncalves 3:20 PM GS Economics Detecting Racial Bias in Speeding Tickets
Kabir Khanna 3:30 PM GS Politics Just the Facts, Please: Do Political Partisans Selectively Learn Factual Information?
  3:40 PM Question and Answer Period for all Presenters

Session S6.2

10-min Talk

Frist Room 307

3-3:50 PM

Session Title: Insights from the Field    
Session Chair: Joan Ricart-Huguet    
Presenter(s) Start Time Population Department / Program  Presentation Title
Marcus Spiegel 3:00 PM UG Civil and Environmental Engineering Reconciling Agricultural Needs with Biodiversity and Carbon Conversation in a Savanna Transformation Frontier
Noah Fishman 3:10 PM UG Music Melody and Harmony in Asymmetrical Swedish Dance Music
Yuzhen Yan 3:20 PM GS Geosciences Searching for the Oldest Ice in Allan Hills Blue Ice Area, East Antarctica
Amalya Megerman 3:30 PM UG Anthropology "You Don't Come to This Earth to Live a Normal Life": Familial Expectations and Dignity in the Life Courses of Chinese College Students
  3:40 PM Question and Answer Period for all Presenters

Session S6.3

10-min Talk

Frist Room 309

3-3:50 PM

Session Title: Interactions and Communication II  
Session Chair: Elise Myers    
Presenter(s) Start Time Population Department / Program Presentation Title
Kamber Hart 3:00 PM UG Psychology Social Representations of Depression in Never Depressed and Depression Vulnerable Individuals
Jeremy Borjon 3:10 PM GS Psychology What Makes the Marmoset Talk? Interoceptive Influences on Primate Vocalization
Zeyu Jin 3:20 PM GS Computer Science Text-Based Speech Editing
Sahand Keshavarz Rahbar 3:30 PM UG History The Evil of the Age: The Influence of the New York Times on Antiabortion Legislation in New York, 1865-1874
  3:40 PM Question and Answer Period for all Presenters

Session S6.4

10-min Talk

Frist Theater (3rd floor)

3-3:50 PM

Session Title: Designing the Future    
Session Chair: Viraj Pandya    
Presenter(s) Start Time Population Department / Program Presentation Title
Kaicong Wu 3:00 PM GS Architecture Developing Architectural Geometry through Robotic Assembly and Material Sensing
Matthew Volpe / Grant Murphy 3:10 PM UG / Postdoc Chemistry Towards Artificial Proteomes: Computationally Designed Libraries of De Novo Proteins
Adam Fisher 3:20 PM GS Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Ferrofluid Haptic Glove
Robert Lunsford 3:30 PM Postdoc Princeton Plasma Physics Lab Skipping Rocks off the Sun: Taming Fusion Plasma Eruptions through Controlled Microgranule Injection
  3:40 PM Question and Answer Period for all Presenters

Session S7.1

Performance

Frist West TV Lounge (1st floor)

3:30-3:45 PM

Presenter(s) Start Time Population Department / Program Presentation Title
Nathalie Ellis-Einhorn 3:30 PM UG English / Theater I'm Lost! - An Interactive Show About Clowns

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Presenter Index             

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Name   Population Presentation Title Department or Program Session
Aaron Kurosu   GS Evaluating the Beauty of Novel Forms Psychology S3.1
Abdiel Santiago   UG Manufacturing Support for Puerto Rican Statehood Politics / Programs in American and Latino Studies S2.2
Adam Fisher   GS Ferrofluid Haptic Glove Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering S6.4
Adrian Tasistro-Hart   UG Astronomically Forced Hydrology of the late Cretaceous Tropical Potosï­ Basin Geosciences S2.1
Agastya Parikh   UG Passive Boundary Layer Separation Control on an Aerofoil Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering S5.1
Ajua Duker   Postdoc The Social Amplification of Risk in Media Portrayals of Disease  Psychology S2.2
Akshay Mehra   GS Visualizing Cloudina: Three Dimensional Reconstructions of Precambrian Organisms Geosciences S1.5
Alison Campion   UG The Late Paleozoic Ice Age: an Ancient Analog to Today's Climate System Geosciences S3.2
Allison Simi   GS How Cancer Lumps Promote Malignancy Chemical and Biological Engineering S1.2
Alon Stern   Postdoc Polar Bergs and Bears: Lessons and Hazards of Iceberg Research Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences S3.2
Amalya Megerman   UG "You Don't Come to This Earth to Live a Normal Life": Familial Expectations and Dignity in the Life Courses of Chinese College Students Anthropology S6.2
Anastas Belev   UG The Boundary of Biodiversity: What Governs Forest Expansion into the Hyperdiverse Fynbos Biome in the Absence of Fire? Ecology and Evolutionary Biology S2.2
Andrew Sharo   UG Bacteria as Architects: An Agent-Based Model for Biofilm Growth Physics S3.3
Andrew Sun   UG Evaluating Democracy Assistance Woodrow Wilson School S2.1
Ararat Gocmen   UG Workers' Demonstrations and Liberals' Condemnations: The Italian Liberal Press's Coverage of General Strikes, Factory Occupations, and Workers' Self-Defense Groups during the Rise of Fascism, 1919-1922 History S3.7
Arianna Lanz   UG The Photometric Properties of Dust in the Intracluster Medium Astrophysical Sciences S5.1
Arsalan Mohsen Nia   GS CABA: Continuous Authentication Based on BioAura Electrical Engineering S3.5
Avaneesh Narla   UG Agent-Based Modeling in Bacterial Biofilms Physics S4.1
Ben Dobkin   UG To Catch A Redditor: Studying the Identity of Anonymous Users on Reddit, Online and Offline Sociology / Program in Technology and Society S2.2
Brian Ho   GS Inspiration in Everyday Life French and Italian S1.4
Briana Christophers   UG A Morphogenetic Role for FGF Signaling in Zebrafish Heart Development  Molecular Biology S2.2
Briana Payton   UG Black Between the Lines: Examining Divergent and Layered Identities of Black Migrants Sociology / Programs in African American Studies S1.1
Catherine Andre / Robert Keown / Jared Brendon hopper / Nadia Diamond UG Macbeth: Act IV.iii English / Programs in Humanistic, Theater, and Gender and Sexuality Studies S1.4
Catherine Ruesch   GS Distinct Ribonucleoprotein Granules Safeguard Drosophila Germline Development Moleculary Biology S2.2
Charles Min   UG Shakespeare by the Numbers: New-Optics Authorship Studies of Elizabethan Playwrights Comparative Literature S5.1
Charlotte Maher Levy UG Wait Visual Arts / Film Certificate S4.1
Charlotte Williams   UG Ethically Impossible: Class Action and The Case of the Guatemala Tuskegee Anthropology S2.1
Christina Rice   UG Electromagnetic Tracking of an Oblique Laparoscope: Making Augmented Reality Feasible Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering S2.2
Chuhan Zong / Kenneth Hubbell / A. James Link GS Tying up Loose Ends with Lasso Peptides Chemistry / Chemical and Biological Engineering S5.1
Claire Zarakas   UG Predicting Dominant Root Strategies across Environmental Gradients in Seasonally Dry Tropical Forests Geosciences S3.3
Clayton Byers / Matthew Fu / Yuyang Fan GS Simplifying Velocity Measurements: The Economical Sensor For a Data-Hungry World Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering S3.7
Collin Edwards   UG Mining Metagenomic Data to Understand the Lifestyle of Atmospheric Methane Oxidizing Bacteria in Antarctic Surface Soil Geosciences S2.1
Connor Stonesifer   UG Phosphorus Uptake Strategies in Recovering Panamanian Tropical Forest Ecology and Evolutionary Biology S2.1
Daniel Herbst   GS School Integration and the White Majority Economics S3.5
Darcy McRose / Oliver Baars / Anne Kraepiel GS / Postdoc Microbial Siderophore Usage: When, Where, and Why? Geosciences S2.2
Deborah Schlein   GS Arabic Medicine in South Asia: Najib al-Din al-Samarqandi's Pharmacology in Indian Unani Medicine Near Eastern Studies S1.5
Deborah Varnell   GS Spectroscopy and Imaging Using a Mid-Infrared Quantum Cascade Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) System Electrical Engineering S3.4
Dennis Yi   UG Ion Acceleration in Plasma Shocks: Hybrid Simulations of Heavy Species Injection into the High-energy Spectrum Physics S2.1
Derek Xu   UG Getting Under the Skin: Investigating the Role of Fne in Drosophila Dendrite Morphogenesis Molecular Biology S2.2
DJ Rasmussen   GS Open Source Climate Risk Data Sets for Quantifying Local Financial and Economic Risks Woodrow Wilson School S2.1
Eliana Glatt   UG Individual Factors Predicting Academic Burnout in College Students Over Time Psychology S1.1
Elise Myers   GS Exploring Syntrophic Relationships between Sulfate Reducing Bacteria and Methanogens Ecology and Evolutionary Biology S2.1
Elshaddai Ephrem   UG Frequency of ALK Rearrangement among Patients with Non-small Cell Lung Cancer, Stratified by Race: Do Racial Disparities Exist?  Molecular Biology / Global Health and Health Policy S5.1
Emily O'Driscoll   UG Characterizing MHCI Cytoplasmic Domain Phosphorylation and Its Role in Binding Interactions Molecular Biology S5.1
Enrico Sassoni   Postdoc HAP4MARBLE - Multi-functionalization of Hydroxyapatite for Restoration and Preventive Conservation of Marble Artworks Civil and Environmental Engineering S2.2
Ensheng Weng   Postdoc Predicting Forest Type Through Physiological and Environmental Interactions with Leaf Traits: Deciduous vs. Evergreen Ecology and Evolutionary Biology S2.1
Erika Kirgios   UG Biased Blogging: Linguistic Evidence of Gender Bias in Political Blogs Computer Science / Cognitive Science S1.3
Eugene Tang   UG Identifying Signs of Depression on Twitter Computer Science S3.1
Eugenie Martineau   GS Molecular Characterization of Coordinated Cell Movement in Myxococcus Xanthus Physics / Genomics S5.1
Eunice Lee   UG Investigating Motile Cilia Defects as Causal Genetic Factors for Scoliosis Molecular Biology S2.2
Evan Kratzer   UG Vote Here? Immigrants to the United States and the Civic Duty to Vote Woodrow Wilson School S2.1
Evan Zhao   GS Light Activated Enzyme Transcription for Microbial Chemical Production Chemical and Biological Engineering S2.2
Fan Wu   Postdoc Energy Scavenging Based on a Single-crystal PMN-PT Nanobelt Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials S3.7
Felipe Goncalves   GS Detecting Racial Bias in Speeding Tickets Economics S6.1
Glenna Yu / Bree White UG Moongatherer Dance S3.6
Graham Turk   UG SolarSource: A General Framework for Evaluating Rooftop Solar Potential Computer Science S2.2
Granton Jindal   GS In vivo Ranking of MEK1 RASopathy Variants Using Functional Assays in Zebrafish and Drosophila Chemical and Biological Engineering S2.1
Harrison Blackman   UG "The Mantua-Makers' Misfortune": Reconsidering the 1720 Plague of Marseille through Geospatial Epidemiology and Retrospective Diagnosis History S1.2
Heather O'Donovan   UG Jeannette's Wedding Day: An English Language Translation of Victor Massé's Nineteenth-Century Opéra-Comique, Les Noces de Jeannette Music S3.6
Helena Hengelbrok   UG Water Belongs to Those Who are Thirsty: An Ethnography of Water, Political Belonging, and Health in Urubamba, Peru Anthropology S5.1
Ian Lundberg   GS Cognitive Development in Early Childhood: Mechanisms over Three Generations Sociology S3.7
Ingrid Ockert   GS Wizards of Broadcasting: The Early Years of Science on TV History of Science S2.2
Isabel Morris / Becca Napolitano / Corrie Kavanaugh GS / UG Uncovering the Secrets of Amiens Cathedral: An Analysis of Pinnacle Positioning Civil and Environmental Engineering S5.1
Jaime Ding   UG THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU Visual Arts S2.3
Jalisha Braxton   UG Handwriting vs. Typing: Does Writing Mode Affect Learning? Psychology S2.2
James Agolia   UG Toward Functional De Novo Proteins Chemistry S2.2
Jared Lockwood   UG An Investigation of Gender Disparity within the Quizbowl Community Writing Program S1.3
Jasmin Imran Alsous GS Lessons from the Fruit Fly: How to Pack an Egg Chemical and Biological Engineering S1.5
Jeremy Borjon   GS What Makes the Marmoset Talk? Interoceptive Influences on Primate Vocalization Psychology S6.3
Jhong-Min Chen / Nathan Suek / Samantha Ip Postdoc / UG Developing a Multifunctional Yeast Platform for Drug Discovery with Metabolic Engineering and Biosensor Techniques Chemical and Biological Engineering S2.1
Joan Ricart-Huguet   GS When the Sorting Hat Does Not Sort: A Natural Experiment on Culture Politics S3.7
Joani Etskovitz   UG Curiosity's Adventures in Wonderland English S2.2
Jonathan Balkind   GS OpenPiton: An Open Source Manycore Research Framework Computer Science S3.1
Jordan Gunn   UG Contextual Coherence as a Parameter Guiding Statistical Learning Psychology S2.2
Joseph Hamill   GS Finding Structure in Solution: Characterization of Intermediate Species in Perovskite Precursor Solutions for Thin-Film Photovoltaics Chemical and Biological Engineering S3.2
Joseph Vella   GS Force Field Development for Liquid Tin as Part of a Computational Investigation for Liquid Plasma-Facing Materials in Tokamak Reactors Chemical and Biological Engineering S3.2
Joshua Stadlan   UG Picking Up Speed: Laser-based Velocimetry on Wings and Wind Tunnels Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering S2.1
Julia Peiperl   UG Decaying the Feminine: Costume Design for Sophocles' Elektra Theater S2.3
Julian West   GS U Can Do It: The Hidden Talents of Uranium Chemistry S6.1
Julianna Hsing   UG The Effect of Gut Physiology and Diet on the Gut Microbiota of Large African Mammalian Herbivores Ecology and Evolutionary Biology S2.2
Kabir Khanna   GS Just the Facts, Please: Do Political Partisans Selectively Learn Factual Information? Politics S6.1
Kaichen Gu   GS Dependence of Charge Transport Properties in Organic Field-Effect Transistors on the Polymer Molecular Weight Chemical and Biological Engineering S5.1
Kaicong Wu   GS Developing Architectural Geometry through Robotic Assembly and Material Sensing Architecture S6.4
Kaitlyn Kliewer   GS An Approach in Dynamic Structural Health Monitoring Using Long-gage Fiber Optic Sensors Civil and Environmental Engineering S2.1
Kamber Hart   UG Social Representations of Depression in Never Depressed and Depression Vulnerable Individuals Psychology S6.3
Kar Min Lim   UG Between Empires: Chinese Immigrants in the Spanish Philippines and the British Invasion of 1762 History S5.1
Kate Gardner   UG Virtual Reality Storytelling English S3.3
Kate Maffey   UG Helmets and Hijabs: Gender Roles in the Jordanian Military and Police Force Near Eastern Studies S1.3
Katherine Lee   UG Gaussian Models for Estimating Neural Activity from Fluorescence Imaging in C. Elegans Operations Research and Financial Engineering  S2.1
Katherine Raber   UG Stranding Factors of California Sea Lions (Zalophus californianus) along the Central California Coast Ecology and Evolutionary Biology S2.1
Kathy Zhao / Carey Camel / Emma Watkins UG Musical Theater Writing Theater S1.6
Kimberly Newell   UG Modeling Forward Premia in the PJM Electricity Market Economics S1.5
Kourtney Pony   UG Complicating the Narrative: Viewing Medicine through a Literary Lens in Brazilian Lupus Patient Testimonies Comparative Literature / Global Health and Health Policy  S1.2
Kujegi Camara   UG Across the Sand and Through the Waters:  Losing, Imagining, and Remembering in Soninke Migrant Narratives Anthropology  S3.6
Lawrence J. Liu   UG Constrained Legality: A Theory of Authoritarian Law in China Woodrow Wilson School S5.1
Levi Golston   GS Uncertainties in the Magnitude and Timing of Natural Gas Climate Impacts Civil and Environmental Engineering S5.1
Liqing Peng   GS Climate Controls on Potential Evaporation in the United States Civil and Environmental Engineering S2.2
Loully Saney   UG Oil, Minerals, and Sanctions: The Effect of Natural Resources on Sanctions Duration Politics S3.5
Luca Comisso   Postdoc Hidden Order in the Plasma Universe Astrophysical Sciences S1.5
Lucas Nguyen   GS Photon Upconversion via Triplet-Triplet Annihilation in Organic Synthesis Chemistry S2.2
Lynse Cooper   UG ~Portraits~  Visual Arts S2.3
Mairead Horton   UG Female Celebrities and the Use of Portraiture to Respond to Caricature in Georgian England Art and Archaeology (Art History) S3.4
Marcus Spiegel   UG Reconciling Agricultural Needs with Biodiversity and Carbon Conversation in a Savanna Transformation Frontier Civil and Environmental Engineering S6.2
Mark Massoud   Postdoc While You Were Sleeping: Short Stories from Somalia and Sudan Woodrow Wilson School S1.4
Mark Miller / Janik Kiefer GS Wind Turbine Experiments: Making Big Wakes with Small Models Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering S1.6
Matt Wie   UG It's Dark Before the Sunrise: Charity Mission through a Music Album East Asian Studies S3.6
Matthew Lotocki   UG High Performance Visualization of Time-Dependent Data Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory S5.1
Matthew Volpe / Grant Murphy UG / Postdoc Towards Artificial Proteomes: Computationally Designed Libraries of De Novo Proteins Chemistry S6.4
Megan Abbott   UG The Evolution of the Sword Edge Trait in Xiphophorus birchmanni - X. malinche Hybrid Populations Ecology and Evolutionary Biology S2.2
Michael Alan Chang   UG Destroying Networks for Fun (and Profit) Computer Science S6.1
Mircea Davidescu   GS Coordinated at all Sizes: Information Propagation Scales with Animal Size in Placozoa Ecology and Evolutionary Biology S5.1
Mitch Mitchell   UG 3D Reconstruction of Marine Precipitates: Pushing the Envelope of Earth's Early Oxygen Levels Geosciences S5.1
Molly Fisch-Friedman UG To Bibi or Not to Bibi: American Public Opinion of Israeli Prime Ministers, 1994-2015 Politics S5.1
Nathalie Ellis-Einhorn UG I'm Lost! - An Interactive Show about Clowns English / Theater S7.1
Nicole Gonzalez   UG TRAX: The Low-cost Open Source Circuit Board Printer Electrical Engineering S4.1
Noah Fishman   UG Melody and Harmony in Asymmetrical Swedish Dance Music Music S6.2
Nora Willett   GS Secondary Animation for Illustrated Characters Computer Science S3.4
Ofer Kimchi   UG How Does a 30S Ribosome Find Its Target on an mRNA? Physics S2.2
Pavithran Ravindran UG Towards a Genetically-encoded Magneto-responsive Force Generator  Chemical and Biological Engineering / Molecular Biology S2.1
Peng Peng   GS Art in the Making: A Case Study in the Technical Art History of Ancient China Art and Archaeology  S1.5
Ramie Fathy   UG Characterizing the Role of Central Brain Neurons in Processing Courtship Song and Mediating between Aggressive and Mating Behaviors Molecular Biology S3.3
Réka Zempléni   UG The Effect of Access to an Objective News Source on Public Awareness, Opinion and Stated Involvement in Politics - the Case of Hungary Economics S1.5
Rezma Shrestha   GS How Do Hairs Point the Right Way: A study of Planar Cell Polarity in the Skin Molecular Biology S3.1
Robert Lunsford   Postdoc Skipping Rocks off the Sun:  Taming Fusion Plasma Eruptions through Controlled Microgranule Injection Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory S6.4
Ryan Dukeman   UG Broken Promises: The Relative Effectiveness of Federal and Unitary States in Implementing International Trade Agreements Woodrow Wilson School S3.5
Sahand Keshavarz Rahbar UG "The Evil of the Age": The Influence of the New York Times on Antiabortion Legislation in New York, 1865-1874 History S6.3
Sameer Wagh   GS ShadowRAM: Practical and Secure Random Access Memory Electrical Engineering S1.5
Samvit Jain   UG Monetization on the Modern Web: Automated Micropayments From “Bitcoin-Enabled” Browsers Computer Science S2.1
Sang Beom Kim   GS To Fold or Unfold? The Love-hate Relationship between Proteins and Their Environment Chemical and Biological Engineering S5.1
Sara Fridovich-Keil   UG Increasing OLED Efficiency: Refractive Index Tuning of MoO3-PEDOT:PSS Composite Electrical Engineering S5.1
Sarah Town   GS Clave Contraband: Rhythmic Experimentation Among New York City's Timberos Music S5.1
Selena Kitchens   UG Sulpicia Writes Herself: A Female Author in the Roman Literary World Classics S1.3
Sharon Deng   UG Paris, Ni Hao Architecture  S4.1
Shreyas Lakhtakia   UG An Optoelectronic Setup for Wideband Principal Component Analysis of RF Signals through Unsupervised Learning Electrical Engineering S2.1
Sindiso Nyathi   UG Impact of Sea Urchin Populations on Coral Reef Health in a Honduran Reef System. Ecology and Evolutionary Biology S2.2
Stacey Huang   UG Design and Implementation of a Thermally Stable Automated Imaging System for a Remote CLaDS Methane Sensor Electrical Engineering S3.7
Taimur Ahmad   UG The Good Land: Activity and Place-Based Communities in Central Park, New York City Sociology S5.1
Tamara Patton   GS Nuclear Arms Control in Full-Motion Virtual Reality Program on Science and Global Security S3.7
Thomas Ray Garcia   UG The Speculative Fiction of Jack London English S1.5
Tim Michiels   GS The Potential of Zero Carbon Structures Made from Princeton's Local Soil Civil and Environmental Engineering S1.1
Victor Charpentier   GS Tailoring the Elastic Response in Adaptive Building Skins Civil and Environmental Engineering S2.2
Victoria Lin   UG Take It or Leave It: An Empirical Study of OECD Maternity Leave Policies and Female Labor Market Outcomes Economics S2.1
Victoria Luu   GS Coral Nitrogen Heterotrophy vs. Autotrophy on a Central Equatorial Pacific Reef: A Natural Abundance Stable Isotope Approach Geosciences S2.2
Viraj Pandya   GS Using X-rays to Search for Central Black Holes in Ultracompact Dwarf Galaxies Astrophysical Sciences S3.4
Vivian Yao   UG Isotopic Nitrogen and Carbon Composition in Symbiotic Bermudian Corals: A Study on nutrient efficiency in Diploria labyrinthiformis and Porites astreoides Geosciences S5.1
Wenbo Wu   GS Mechanisms of Intermediate-focus Earthquake Generation and Dehydration of Subducted Slab Geosciences S2.2
Wendy Mok   Postdoc Investigating the Metabolism of Antibiotic-tolerant Bacterial Persisters Chemical and Biological Engineering S1.2
Wenying Liao / Justine Atkins / Alexander Becker GS Preferential Herbivory on Seedlings of Symbiotic Nitrogen-fixing Plants May Explain Their Decline in Abundance during Tropical Forest Succession: A Case Study in the Lowland Tropical Rainforest of Ecuador Ecology and Evolutionary Biology S5.1
Wesley Cornwell   UG Designing a Story: Exploring the Relationship between Narrative and Theatrical Design Theater S2.3
Yehuda Altabet   GS The Effect of Material Flexibility on the Drying Transition of Water between Hydrophobic Objects: Thermodynamics and Kinetics Chemical and Biological Engineering S5.1
Yuyang Fan   GS Poking into the Swirls — Nano-scale Sensor to Measure Turbulence Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering S1.6
Yuzhen Yan   GS Searching for the Oldest Ice in Allan Hills Blue Ice Area, East Antarctica Geosciences S6.2
Zeyu Jin   GS Text-based Speech Editing Computer Science S6.3
Zhenru Zhou   GS Revisualizing the Pure Land in a Dunhuang Grotto Architecture S4.1

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