Aditya Prashanth '24
The purpose of this design experiment was to attempt to determine the accuracy/possibility of using Kalman filters to approximate a human’s location when blocked by an occlusion/obstacle. This could potentially be implemented in the field of human-robot interaction to allow humans and robots to collaborate ... Read More
Anirudh Chari '24
Multi-agent motion planning (MAMP) is a critical challenge in applications such as connected autonomous vehicles and multi-robot systems. In this paper, we propose a space- time conflict resolution approach for MAMP. We formulate the problem using a novel, flexible sphere-based discretization for trajectories. Our approach ... Read More
Vignesh Tiruvannamalai '24
The purpose of this experiment is to analyze how commonly used landscaping materials (wood mulch, rubber mulch, and landscape stones) will affect the quality and chemical composition of runoff water they come into contact with, and how this will be impacted by different temperatures experienced ... Read More
Investigating the impacts of microgravity on methanotrophic bacteria metabolism for methane gas oxidation
Daisy Li, Elena Zhu, Stella Ristic '25, and Joshua Suarez
An abundance of waste methane gas is produced on the International Space Station (ISS) as a result of the Sabatier Reaction, a part of the Environmental Control and Life Support System (ECLSS). In order to manage this organic waste, this experiment seeks to understand how ... Read More
William Chen '06
The abelian sandpile model on a connected graph yields a finite abelian group Q of recurrent configurations which is closely related to the combinatorial Laplacian. We consider the identity configuration of the sandpile group on graphs with large edge multiplicities, called “thick” graphs. We explicitly ... Read More
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