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  • Shafer, Brandon A.; Kriske, Jeffery E.; Kocaoglu, Omer P.; Turner, Timothy L.; Liu, Zhuolin; Lee, John Jaehwan; Miller, Donald T. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2014)
    Graphics processing units are increasingly being used for scientific computing for their powerful parallel processing abilities, and moderate price compared to super computers and computing grids. In this paper we have ...
  • Maizama Gaya, Ayouba (2017-04-28)
    This report is a summary of my senior design project. The project is called Ambient Temperature Control. This paper includes the parts and design of the project, how it is made and designed. It will also document all ...
  • Schubert, Peter J.; Pinto, Sheylla Monteiro; Pires, Bruna Caroline; do Nascimento, Moises; Barks, Edward; Nderitu, Jonathan; Goncalves, Gabriel; Tokmo, Fatih (2015)
    Architectures for space-based solar power using in situ resource utilization (ISRU) of space materials can greatly reduce earth launch mass and can enable geometric capacity growth. These two factors allow the potential ...
  • Terziyska, Ivana; Shah, Setu; Luo, Xiao (IEEE, 2017-10)
    Social media plays an important role in shaping the beliefs and sentiments of an audience regarding an event. A comparison between public data sets that have holistic features and social media data set that include more ...
  • El-Mounayri, Hazim; Rogers, Christian; Fernandez, Eugenia; Satterwhite, Jesse Connor (American Society for Engineering Education, 2016-06)
    This paper shows the early research findings of utilizing a virtual reality environment as an educational tool for the operation of a computerized numerical control (CNC) milling machine. Based off of a previous work, the ...
  • Wiggam, Lacie B. (2019-07-10)
    This paper offers insight on the process utilized for developing a basic asset management and maintenance program for a series of assets at a wastewater treatment plant. The wastewater treatment plant where this project ...
  • Liu, Hongbo; Wang, Yan; Liu, Jian; Yang, Jie; Chen, Yingying; Poor, H. Vincent (IEEE, 2018-02)
    User authentication is the critical first step in detecting identity-based attacks and preventing subsequent malicious attacks. However, the increasingly dynamic mobile environments make it harder to always apply ...
  • Ragozzino, Dan R. (2018-12-04)
    Contained in the following report is a complete and detailed document of the design and implementation for the development of an automated ramen noodle vending machine unit. Covered topics include justification and ...
  • Libby, Rachael R. (2017-05-02)
    This is the senior design portfollio for Rachael R. Libby, CPET student at IUPUI. The project is to create a lab or two for the ECET434 class that will emphasize the students learning of the Android and Netduino environments ...
  • Durkin, Robert J. (American Society for Engineering Education, 2016-06)
    Industrial control systems design often incorporates reusable sections of prior design that can easily be adapted for new machine and process control systems. For instance, inclusion of a tri-mode control structure (Manual, ...
  • Zusack, Steven Anthony; Patil, Raveena; Lachenman, Sean; Johnson, Chanel Antoinette; Schubert, Peter J. (American Society for Engineering Education, 2016-01)
    A group of senior undergraduate students came together as part of a non-traditional capstone design project. The assignment was to take part in the NASA RASC-AL competition and required adjustment to the class curriculum. ...
  • Hamamura, K.; Nishimura, A.; Iino, T.; Takigawa, S.; Sudo, A.; Yokota, H. (The British Editorial Society of Bone & Joint Surgery, 2015-05)
    OBJECTIVES: Salubrinal is a synthetic agent that elevates phosphorylation of eukaryotic translation initiation factor 2 alpha (eIF2α) and alleviates stress to the endoplasmic reticulum. Previously, we reported that in ...
  • Cooney, Elaine M.; Yearling, Paul Robert Antony; Huehne, Karl Jackson (ASEE, 2017)
    This paper presents Lean Six Sigma techniques and methods that Electrical Engineering Technology (EET) students have found useful in their in-class circuit troubleshooting activities.When students are first learning circuit ...
  • Fox, Patricia; McIntyre, Charles (ASEE, 2019-02-01)
    Today’s employers are looking for graduates who possess technical skills, work effectively in teams, think critically and communicate effectively, especially across cultures in addition to other qualities. One of the ...
  • Hasani, Eltjon; Eggleton, Zach (2017-04-28)
    This report will be about how we were able to repair a non-functioning coordinate measuring machine that hasn’t been working for four years. In the report, it will talk about the design overview of the PC that DivSys decided ...
  • Cafoncelli, Mike (2018-11-12)
    Schools provide students with the tools needed to grow physically, mentally, and emotional. It helps prepare them to become successful and integral parts of society later in life. It has been found that the more well-kept ...
  • Weissbach, Robert S.; Pflueger, Ruth C. (IEEE, 2018-01)
    Introduction: Faculty members have little time and usually lack expertise to provide writing feedback on lab reports. Sending students to a writing center, an existing resource on virtually all college campuses, could fill ...
  • Hylton, Pete; Otoupal-Hylton, Wendy (American Society for Engineering Education, 2016-06)
    There is debate within history books as to exactly who first made the assertion that "America and Britain are two countries divided by a common language." However, no matter who said it first, the statement is an acknowledgement ...
  • Vaezi, Masoud; Izadian, Afshin (IEEE, 2015-10)
    Hydraulic wind power transfer systems deliver the captured energy by the blades to the generators differently and through an intermediate medium i.e. hydraulic fluid. This paper develops a control system for a nonlinear ...
  • Larriba-Andaluz, Carlos; Girshick, Steven L. (Springer, 2017-01)
    It has been hypothesized that high-energy impact of very small silicon nanoparticles on a substrate may lead to epitaxial growth of silicon films at low substrate temperature. A possible means for producing such energetic ...

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