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  • Pellegrino, Victoria R. (2021-05)
    Electric-field dipole engineering at the nanoscale (E-DENS) allows scientists and engineers to investigate and modify the electric-field interactions of atoms at the atomic level and determine how those interactions affect ...
  • Saccucci-Bryan, Liam G. (2019-05)
    BaTiO3 is a perovskite in which structural phase transitions are induced through polarization, and currently is one of the most widely used materials for ceramic capacitor technology. Above the TC1 (Curie temperature one), ...
  • Kottwitz, Chloe (2021-05)
    My work explores natural phenomena that I am drawn to, translating those inspirations through neon, and inviting the audience to reflect on the magnificence outside.
  • Loop, Alexandra (2017-05-08)
    Originally, the focus of my research was reception theory and Caravaggio’s patrons. My interest lay in his patrons’ desires and their subsequent commissions that Caravaggio fulfilled. Did they knowingly commission paintings ...
  • Huta, Jenevieve (2022-04-29)
    The National Atmospheric Deposition Program oversees the sampling and analysis of atmospheric deposition, including of chemicals associated with automobile emissions, such as NOx and sulfur oxides. Visitation to National ...
  • Dunscombe, Hannah (2012-05)
    Observational drawing is the artist's way of discovering his or her surroundings. In order to explore this, I constructed an accordion-fold sketchbook and filled it with drawings done around upstate New York. In order to ...
  • Brooks, Thomas (2017-05)
    This project began with a few simple sketches. I always enjoy drawing characters and coming up with stories to distract myself from the pressures of my fine art practice. Many of these stories remain as such; just a few ...
  • Scoones, Jessica (2018-04-30)
    Green walls provide a nature aesthetic to a tiny house as well as a mobile garden. While they may be beautiful from the front it is important to ensure the moisture barrier in the back is being maintained. This can be done ...
  • McLaughlin, Pattilyn (2013-05)
    Most Universities have developed the equivalent of a 'logo' or brand in their mascot. Some iconic mascots include the University of Texas at Austin Longhorns, the New York University Flaming Torch, and the Buffalo belonging ...
  • Zajac, Michelle (2012-05)
    In search of authenticity, I have begun to question the different aspects that make up life. Perhaps life is merely an array of experiences felt through time. The concepts of experience and time are both universal and ...
  • Schramm, Lauren (2016-05)
    The common loon (Gavia immer) is an iconic species for North America. Populations in Vermont reached a low of 8 nesting pairs in 1978. Today the population contains over 80 nesting pairs. The population, due to this ...
  • Grove, Zachary (2012-05)
    The premise of the thesis was to develop and articulate several ideas for online or mobile app businesses, with varying degrees of niche customers. I wanted to fit the potential businesses along a continuum of market size ...
  • Quintas, Jocelyn (2022-05)
    Sugar, like silicates, can be heated to molten temperatures and become glass once cooled. Confectioneries use a mixture of several sugars to create hard candies, and a sugar glass is another name for this. Sugar glass, ...
  • Burnett, Elizabeth (2018-04-10)
    Subways generate large pressure forces in subway tunnels while traveling. This wind energy can be harvested for power. The MACE (Mass Airflow Collection Equipment) turbine is an existing system that can be utilized to ...
  • Neslund, Sophie (2014-05-14)
    My work challenges the notion that masculinity, whether in men or women, should be the ideal to reach for. It reasserts the value of women as 50 percent of the world population, and fully important members of our social ...
  • DeAngelo, Maria A. (1990-04-18)
    'Our Alphabet Book' was created because negative attitudes do not allow interaction between children with disabilities and their peers to occur naturally, and so it must be planned. This book provides one opportunity for ...
  • Ramos, Olivia (2015-05-12)
    Throughout history, humankind has created machines to mimic nature. As a result, it is possible to connect our relationship with our genes to a machine's relationship with us. We are the programmers of machines in the same ...
  • Ventura, Annmarie (2012-05)
    I began the process of collecting books with the hope that by transforming them into visual art I would better understand why I loved them so much. The way they smell, the colors, small black letters on white pages helping ...
  • Farchione, Daniel A. (2022-05)
    Natural polymers such as alginate are highly desired in the medical field due to their excellent biocompatibility. However, like most materials, this pure alginate is far from perfect. In order to enhance and optimize this ...
  • Whaley, Trisha (2021-05-11)
    Barium titanate, BaTiO3, is a widely used capacitor material with well-defined structural transition temperatures, marking changes in material dielectric behavior. Above the Curie temperature, Tc, the structure does not ...

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