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  • Kim, Hyeongmin; Meyers-Lee, Gabriel (2019)
    Functional near infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) uses electromagnetic radiation in the infrared and near infrared spectrum to image the blood flow and metabolic activity of the brain in real-time. Multiple light sources and ...
  • Studier, Greta (2019)
    I worked remotely for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) for my semester-long senior engineering design project, designing a parking lot storage solution for sample tubes on a fetch rover as part of JPL’s Mars Sample ...
  • Candey, Scott (2020)
    A simple phoswitch gamma ray detector has been designed and simulated to demonstrate a possible implementation using small blocks of various common gamma ray scintillators. This project is intended in part to prove the ...
  • Nogueira, Natasha Faria (2018)
  • Wang, Ke (Will); Gu, Jerry (2019)
    Continuous body composition analysis provides valuable information to better monitor and manage the well-being of patients with congestive heart failure (CHF), a chronic disease that primarily affects people of old age. ...
  • Shaban, Maher (2013)
    This report presents the theory behind pulse oximetry - the measurement of oxygen saturation levels via the interaction of light and hemoglobin - while investigating the design of contemporary pulse oximeters as well. ...
  • Zhai, Xignda (2013)
    My goal is to reproduce the functionalities of the system and demonstrate the simple concepts behind it. However, it is not my intention to mimic the two groupsets in every detail and completely replace them. The amount ...
  • Taschuk, Greg (2013)
    The ability to interact with computers through methods other than keyboard and mouse has begun to shape the modern computing experience. Gesture Recognition shows significant promise as it offers an intuitive and personal ...
  • Pietrantonio, Lucas (2021)
    This project took a user centered design approach towards biker safety. It focused specifically on bike lights and examined what makes a 'safe' light. This process included 14 interviews with users, extensive background ...
  • Schauer, Adam (2020)
    This project yielded a functional Scanning Fabry-Perot Interferometer (SFPI), which is a critical device for measuring the wavelengths of propagating light and their respective optical power. Specifically, this SFPI model ...
  • Adams, Ellen (2021)
    A challenge in biology is imaging live biological samples in 3D to capture larger-scale dynamic processes. These include whole-organism processes like development and regeneration, which involve dramatic rearrangements ...
  • Boutelle, Chris (2014)
    This project seeks to develop a data logging showerhead. More specifically the project aims to create a water meter powered by the flow of water. The majority of the time was spent researching and investigating generator ...
  • Powell, Josh; Higashi, Yosuke; Ho, Matt (2018)
    We added self-driving capabilities to Emily Kan and Danielle Miller's go-kart from their 2006 E90 project, further modified by Michael Chen and Chris Grasberger in 2017. We were able to achieve our main project goals ...
  • Gilchrist-Scott, Andrew; Taylor, Andrew (2016)
    The problem of automatically identifying humans in a space, tracking their motions, and predicting future locations in real time has not been attempted in the current literature. We propose a system to do this, by establishing ...
  • Abitino, Angelina; Chung, Won (2018)
    Given the increase in massive datasets and powerful data mining techniques in combination with advanced computational power, the use of artificial intelligence in order to improve our everyday lives is currently being ...
  • Alto, Cosmo (2016)
    A melodic audio signal harmonization algorithm was designed in MATLAB, implemented in C code, then run on a C2000 Piccolo F28069 Control Card and Experimenter's Kit from Texas Instruments. Using four output buffers, the ...
  • Ryan, Gabriel; Roelofs, Rebecca (2013)
    In mobile robot navigation, Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM) involves building a map of an unknown environment and determining the robot's position in the map at the same time. Several variations of the SLAM ...
  • Rubin, George (2021)
    Radar is an electrical system which transmits radio waves (20 kHz to 300 GHz) toward a target region and observes reflections of those waves from objects in that region. Based on the structure of the received signal, ...
  • Ruben, Cody (2014)
    The main result of this project was the design of an electrical system that powers Swarthmore's baseball scoreboard using solar energy. This energy is harvested through 2 Kyocera KC130TM photovoltaic panels. These are ...
  • Rosenblatt, Anne; Aaron, Nicole (2014)
    Our goal was to create a solar tracking system that eliminated the need for manual adjustments and did not continuously rotate without regard for weather conditions. We decided we would accomplish this by programming a ...

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