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Projects

2020

Anthropology

Simulating Hip Growth in Early Humans

Megan Reyes ’21, Caroline Klureza ’22 and Professor Zachary D. Cofran (Anthropology)

Biology

Chemistry

Chemical Characterization of Amber from Arkansas

Sonia Santos ’21 Linnea Martin ’21 and Professors Sarjit Kaur and Edith Stout (Chemistry)

Cognitive Science

Probing the Methodology and Interpretation of Learned Categorical Perception Research

Margaret Bigler ’22, Polyphony Bruna ’22, and Professor Janet Andrews (Cognitive Science

Using Online Games to Study Human Cognition

Spencer Lee ’22, Ling Qi ’22 and Professor Josh de Leeuw (Cognitive Science)

Miniscope Pipeline: The Construction and Implementation of Open-Source Resources to Derive Neural Signal and Behavior from High-Dimensional Video Data

Ivy Chen ’21, Eden Forbes ’21, Abigail Jenkins ’22, Hero Liu ’22, and Professor Josh de Leeuw (Cognitive Science), Professor Hadley Bergstrom (Psychological Science), Professor Bojana Zupan (Psychological Science), Professor Lori Newman (Psychological Science)

In vivo Calcium Imaging the Infralimbic Cortex During Aversive Learning and Extinction

Ivy Chen ’21, Eden Forbes ’21, Abigail Jenkins ’22, Hero Liu ’22, and Professor Josh de Leeuw (Cognitive Science), Professor Hadley Bergstrom (Psychological Science), Professor Bojana Zupan (Psychological Science), Professor Lori Newman (Psychological Science)

Evolutionary Robotics: The Role of Gene Duplication and Modularity in the Emergence of Evolvability

Michael Jaklitsch ’21, Lingxiu Zhang ’21, Jason Han ’23, and Professor Kenneth Livingston (Cognitive Science)

Computer Science

Algorithms for Temporal Networks

Merrick Chang ’21, Furrukh Asif ’22, Sudais Moorad ’21, and Professor Luke Hunsberger (Computer Science)

Aegis: A Smartphone Data Privacy Solution

Nick Weiner ’22, Jemma Brooker ’23, Ryan Hornby ’21, and Professor Jason Waterman (Computer Science)

Mathematics and Statistics

Research in Knot Theory: Khovanov Homology and 4-genus of Almost Alternating Knots

Mia DeStefano ’22, Wyatt Milgrim ’23, Ceci Villaseñor ’22, Emily Wadholm ’23, and Professor Adam Lowrance (Mathematics and Statistics)

Physics and Astronomy

Detecting Hidden Planets in the Process of Formation

Adam Moses ’21, Hannah Stickler, Wellesley ’22, and Professor Colette Salyk (Physics)

Psychology

SeApp: A Feasibility Study of a Self-Efficacy EMI in the Context of COVID-19

Annie Xu ’22, Mohtad F. Allawala ’23 and Professors Sue Trumbetta (Psychological Science), Adam Brown, and Maria Höhn (History)