Senior Honors Presentations
Tuesday, May 29, 2012, 8:00am-4:00pm
Jackson Conference Room
Senior Honors students present their research:
"Modeling Proton Precipitation in the LFM Global MHD Simulation"
Alison Stace Naughton
"Human Head Phantom for Generation of Realistic EEG Signals"
"Conductive Polymers for Application in Head Simulator for EEG Testing"
"Modeling, Analysis, and Methodology; Knee Implants"
"Characterization of Mechanical Properties of Vitamin E Addition to Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene Using Equal Channel Angular Extrusion"
"Equal Channel Angular Extrusion of Polyethylene with Carbon Nanoparticle Additive"
"Wind Turbine Outreach"
"Nano-material Scavenging of Reactive Oxygen Species for Increased Chloroplast Lifetimes"
"Self-Assembled Sunlight-Trapping Nanostructures"
"To Serve & Protect, by Design: A Human-centered Systems Redesign of Police Department Services, Operations, and Procedures"
"The Reasons for Lack of Electricity in Rural Africa and the Possible Solutions to this Problem"
"Design of Implantable Analog and Digital Electronics for Deep Brain Stimulation"
"Optimization of Unmanned Ariel Vehicle (UAV) Function in the Detection of Poaching"
"Increasing Nanoparticle Diffusivity in Vivo with Magnetic Field Gradient"
"Mechanism of Iron Oxide Nanoparticle-AMF Cytotoxicity"
"Quantum Image Sensor"
"Surgical Resection and Quantification of Fluorescently Labeled Affibodies Present in Tumors"
"Comparison Imaging of Molecular Delivery to Tumors"
For more information, contact Jenna Wheeler at Jenna.D.Wheeler@dartmouth.edu.