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    Watson, Andrea
    Photobiomodulation has been shown to reduce pain and expedite wound healing in animals. To determine the influence the canine's age has on the therapeutic effect of photobiomodulation after dental prophylaxis a low energy GaAlInP laser with a continuo . . .
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    Wills, Frank
    Gecko-like synthetic adhesives (GSAs) are dry adhesives that replicate the function of gecko toepads through their microscopic fibrillar structure. To produce GSA molds, we fabricated Si templates using microsphere lithography. We formed a monolayer o . . .
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    Magat, Paula Marie
    Depleting fossil fuels has been an undergoing issue that calls for the attention of many scientists around the world, as the demand for it increases with the increasing population. Thus, various types of renewable energy sources are being studied and . . .
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    Hughes, David
    In this poster, I present some of the work that I have done on Apache Spark implementations of randomized Linear Algebra: randomized SVD and randomized QB factorization. The field of randomized Linear Algebra has expanded rapidly in the last decade in . . .
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    Haideri, Hana
    If UAVs are to be successfully integrated into U.S. national airspace, the ability to perform autonomous collision avoidance between both manned and unmanned aircraft is a necessity. This poster presents a method for collision avoidance utilizing Auto . . .
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    Traylor, Allison
    There are over 400 different breeds of the domestic horse (Equus ferus caballus), each selectively bred for a purpose. Breed differences frequently result in a distinctive gait, or body movement. Individual horses may also have gait variations that di . . .
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    Lee, Yoo Jin
    An important factor of typography is the rules that dictate good type treatment. This, however, does not mean good design. My project is a book I created that shows my journey to find the perfect form of typography and how I come to achieve perfection . . .
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    Rivera, Ernie
    Unmanned Aerial Systems (UASs) can be cost effective and efficiently used for indoor search and rescue missions. These environments pose dangerous and risky scenarios for rescue personnel. UASs can locate and assist victims that are in need during the . . .
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    Wu, Ruifan
    machine learning is an idea that feeding data to the machine model and it builds it own logic based on the data, and thus is able to generate results that approximate the aimed result. In this visual preference research, the goal is to train a machine . . .
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    Sanabria, Brandon
    Oxidation is a corrosion phenomenon where metals degrade by reacting with their surrounding environment. There is always a need for better and more durable metals that can be used to create load-bearing structures. The objective of this project was to . . .
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    Phan, Ngu
    Nuclear power now provides 11% of the world's electricity and is expected to be the main alternative energy in the near future. The process is highly efficient, but the fuel rod efficiency could be improved. During fission of the fuel rod, lower- mass . . .
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    Green, Nathaniel
    This presentation talks about the research on autonomous collision avoidance system for a octocopter unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) using LIDAR. Lack of obstacle avoidance capabilities have limited the use of UAVs for many applications such as package . . .
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    Ravel, Michelle
    For economic reasons and particularly in impoverished regions, wound care in animals is often limited and does not meet ideal medical recommendations. For that reason, there is an interest in discovering accessible alternatives to treat with. Manuka h . . .
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    Watson, Andrea
    Photobiomodulation has been shown to reduce pain and expedite wound healing in animals. To determine the influence the canine's age has on the therapeutic effect of photobiomodulation after dental prophylaxis a low energy GaAlInP laser with a continuo . . .
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    Ruiz, Jaqueline
    In the past three decades there has been an increase in the number of joint replacement surgeries among the US population. People in need of these surgeries include individuals of all ages for various physiological differences. This has led to a large . . .
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    Ancona, Janelle
    Poultry vaccine research is being conducted at a Cal Poly Pomona biosafety level 2 (BSL-2) facility. A central component of that research is the successful incubation and hatching of specific pathogen free (SPF) eggs. In an attempt to improve the perc . . .
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    Gao, Ping-Yang
    Object detection is the process of locating and classifying objects, which can do such as video surveillance, robot navigation, etc. Deep learning based object detectors are trained from images with known classes of objects; these detectors can only d . . .
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    Kanazawa, Garrison
    The United States Department of Energy launched the Sunshot Initiative with a goal of reducing the cost of solar energy to $.05/kWh to make it more competitive with other forms of energy. In pursuit of this goal, a project using reverse osmosis concen . . .
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    Flamenco, Raul
    Per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are anthropogenic chemicals used for waterproofing and as surfactants. They are an important group of chemicals for many industries due to their thermal and chemical stability, contributing to their persiste . . .
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    Khuu, Stephen
    The liver generates primary bile acids for use in the intestinal tract. Once released in the tract, intestinal bacterium convert these primary bile acids to secondary bile acids, which have been correlated to a number of intestinal diseases such as ca . . .