Browse Image of Research - Undergraduate Students by Title

  • Liu, Yue (2016-04)
    This image was generated to show the 2 dimension case of Multiple Phase Transitions in Long Range First Passage Percolation, which is a random process on a complete graph. The growth of in the percolation can be seen as ...

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  • Liang, Ruiting (2016-04)
    The Gender Inequality Index value of Sierra Leone is 0.662, ranking 137th out of 146 countries. This reflects significant gender-based inequalities in reproductive health, empowerment, and economics. In Sierra Leone, Women ...

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  • Senetar, Alexander (2014-05)
    This selfie shows undergraduate research assistant, Alexander Senetar, wired up in a state of the art, new technology created at the University of Illinois called EROS (Event-Related Optical Signaling). EROS provides high ...

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  • Pinardo, Heinrich (2015-04)
    It is widely accepted that neurogenesis, the birth of new neurons, occurs in two regions in the adult mammalian brain: the subventricular zone and the dentate gyrus of the hippocampus. The hippocampus is a region of the ...

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  • Sarkar, Samiha (2014-05)
    These images show how different color stains and a microscope allows the naked eye to observe the culture human cells. I used primary and secondary antibodies, markers to stain the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) and plasma ...

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  • Sun, Hao (2016-04)
    This image shows the right half of a 200 um thick mouse brain slice, which is rendered transparent with CLARITY technique for IHC and then imaged on the 5x objective of a Zeiss LSM 710. This novel technique removed the ...

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  • Zupec, Hannah (2014-05)
    This image contains two fibroblast cells that were fixed on a microscope slide after being stained with rhodamine phalloidin (red), wheat germ agglutinin (green), and 4',6-diamidino-2-phenylindole (blue) in order to visualize ...

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  • Tran, Andrew (2017-04)
    Roses are red, violets are blue, and octopuses are green, yellow, and brown. Colors are important representations of emotions, whether in poems or in octopuses. Remarkably, the octopus already displays mastery in controlling ...

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  • Thakkar, Rishi (2015-04)
    FSL is a powerful, open-source analysis tool used for the analysis of neuroimaging data. It can be used for registering, warping, overlaying, and visualizing images with ease across several subjects. In speech imaging with ...

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  • Gibson, Allison (2016-04)
    A common method to enhance convective heat transfer is to utilize vortex-generating compact slender structures. When a vortex generator is placed in the streamwise direction of a flowing fluid, a pressure drop develops ...

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  • Fleischman, Jason (2014-05)
    I created this virtual image to represent the process through which I make ferroelectric thin films in Lane Martin's Research group. The blueish laser beam pulses through a window in the back of this chamber, vaporizes the ...

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  • Calvert, Quinn (2016-04)
    The image shows a self-supporting corrugated sample of a Microvascular Carbon Fiber Composite undergoing compressive testing on an Inston. Using the load cell data and crush videos, we measure the Specific Energy Absorption ...

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  • Boehning, Rebecca (2016-04)
    My research focuses on growing organic semiconductor crystals. Due to the increasing popularity of computers and smart phones, semiconductors now power our world. In recent years, organic semiconductors have emerged as a ...

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    Sadowski, Matthew (2016-04)
    Turbulence is one of the greatest unsolved puzzles in science. The complexity of turbulent flows can readily transcend even the top supercomputers. However, it is of vital importance in wind energy, understanding pollutant ...

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  • Toriyama, Michael (2017-04)
    The purpose of research is not only to illuminate the unknown for oneself, but also to light the way for future generations to come. It is therefore essential to present our findings in a formal method such that any general ...

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  • Petracovici, Ana (2014-05)
    Planarians are freshwater flatworms that possess remarkable regenerative abilities, and are able to regenerate whole animals from small tissue fragments. My research in the Newmark lab is focused on identifying genes that ...

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  • Han, Jesse (2017-04)
    The original image was taken from a design-build project in Arusha, Tanzania. I, along with 20 other students, partnered with a local orphanage, Neema Village, to design and build a permanent home for the unadoptable ...

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  • Guo, Xuelin (2016-04)
    Three-dimensional (3D) microstructures are ubiquitous in biological systems, providing basic functions such as fluid transport (vascular networks), electrical communication (neural circuits), mechanical actuation (cytoskeletons) ...

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  • Piller, Madeline (2014-05)
    My submission From One Mutation to Another is a visual representation of how mutations have changed all living things throughout history and will continue to change all things in the future. This image shows me examining ...

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  • Lai, Haoming; Song, Shuchen (2015-04)
    Our research goal is to develop a tool generate a 3D object with designated amount of random adherence and find how specific randomness influence light property of that object. More specifically, what we are doing is to ...

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