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  • Veron Ferreira, Francisco (2019)
    Imaging biological samples comes with a unique set of challenges. One of those challenges is accounting for the thickness of the samples, requiring us to use three-dimensional imaging techniques. Due to their low refractive ...
  • Mubvuma, Tinashe Harry (2014)
    Affordable Braille actuators were designed, STL printed and tested for functionality, for the purpose of creating full page refreshable Braille display and stand-alone Braille devices such as calculators. Mechanical actuators ...
  • Donahey, Rémy (2014)
    In response to community concerns regarding increased traffic noise resulting from the 1-95 / Scudder Falls Bridge Improvement Project, this project modeled various noise barrier configurations using the Traffic Noise Model ...
  • Andersen, Sydney (2001)
    The goal of this project was to design a position control system capable of compensating for misalignment in an antenna subreflector's position. To do this, a scaled-down system was used for testing. A model of a radio ...
  • Bowen, Connie; Karol, Jess (2016)
    Controlled environment agriculture (CEA) is any system that alters the environment in which crops are grown. This environmental intervention can range from low-tech plastic crop covers to high-tech computer controlled ...
  • Sheehan, Thomas; Kephart, Owen; Cai, Emily (2018)
    A convenient system to programmatically control an inexpensive drone was created with the intention to explore the concept of Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM). In addition to modifying the drone controller ...
  • Chandrasekhar, Justin (2018)
    designed and built a prototype charging station that would allow an autonomous car to autonomously detect its existence before driving itself in to begin charging. The source of the charge is primarily be a solar charge ...
  • Vik, Christian (2019)
    Training agents to learn policies on complex problems has been computationally too expensive for a long time. Even after the advent of the neural network, the computational requirements exceeded the abilities of our ...
  • Wondimu, Yeab (2014)
    One of the common uses of Bluetooth is to allow for the playback of audio from a phone or other music device out to Bluetooth speakers. However, for most Bluetooth devices, the range of this connection is limited to about ...
  • Kayagil, Ahmet (2018)
    The purpose of this project is to design and construct a cob structure located in the Crum Woods. The structure would serve as a place of meditation and contemplation where the occupants could have the opportunity to ...
  • Gilchrist, Will; Wesley, Rachel (2019)
    Radiation commonly refers to the photons or subatomic particles that are expelled from atomic nuclei during decay or fission. It is an unavoidable fact of daily life; the body is bombarded with radiation every minute. ...
  • Kowalyshyn, Daniel (2014)
    My senior design project was to design, construct, and test an underwater glider. A glider operates by changing its buoyancy to descend and ascend, and then converts this vertical motion into horizontal motion by the ...
  • Fortunato, Chris (2014)
    This project creates a serial data link using a voice call between cell phones. This is done via the creation of a simple modem that uses On-Off Keying (OOK) as the modulation scheme, and an (8, 12) Hamming code for error ...
  • Eberle, Jimmy; Johnson, Matt (2018)
    With the widespread commercial availability ofXY table systems, the use of 3D printers and CNC machines that rely on the underlying machinery has expanded. This project aims to take the same base technology and use it ...
  • Andrews, Dyami (2019)
    This project aims to design and test 3D printed propellers for drone applications. Through a self-developed iterative design process utilising MIT’s QMIL program, this project hope to increase the power transmission ...
  • Ganapati, Vidya; Robey, Alex (2018)
    Fourier Ptychographic Microscopy (FPM) is a computational imaging technique that iteratively stitches together low-resolution, variably-lit images in Fourier space to produce a high-dimensional image. Unlike conventional ...
  • Xu, David (2018)
    This project aims to design and implement a controller for the TurtleBot, available in the Swarthmore Robotics Lab, in order to enable the robot to move smoothly along complicated curved paths. A Smith Predictor, a ...
  • Jowdy, Jessica (2016)
    A brain-computer interface (BCI) is a system that provides direct communication between cognitive activity and external systems. This project involved creating a BCI that allowed participants to learn how to control virtual ...
  • Pekerti, Dakota (2016)
    For my E90 project, I synthesized a robust model that may be used to evaluate both the optimal performance of residential solar PV systems and the effect of different policies regarding solar energy within different cities ...
  • Sohn, Nicholas (2013)
    A theoretical model for measuring two-axis bending and longitudinal twisting of a beam is presented and implemented. Shifts in the two-dimensional far field transmission fringes generated by a four-core optical fiber are ...

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