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  • Hsieh, Mong-ying (1999)
    We designed and built a model that would simulate a space vehicle guided by external cameras docking with another space system. A three dimensional (3-D) positioner with 6 degrees of freedom (DOF) was built for the model. ...
  • Rhinehart, Nick (2012)
    Object retrieval is a useful task for machines to perform, enabling robots to find a desired object and bring it back to a human user or place it in a specified location. However, it requires sophisticated coorclination on ...
  • Makin, Joseph (2003)
    Building on the previous work of Carl Wellington '99, Roger Bock '99, and Brandon Rutter '00, a robot was modified and programmed to autonomously operate an elevator. The robot is equipped with the following: (1) a ...
  • Marks, Noah; Janes, Lucas (2011)
    This project implemented a system to autonomously solve marble mazes. The system developed incorporated a shortest path maze solution algorithm, computer vision system to locate the ball and a control system to move the ...
  • Cil, Dila (2000)
    This project involved the use of a Lynxmotion, Inc. S-axis robotic arm to demonstrate the Towers of Hanoi puzzle. The Towers of Hanoi is a commonly studied puzzle in Discrete Math and Computer Science classes. This project ...
  • Cho, Daniel (2015)
    In response to the negative critique that denounces ballet as an irrelevant art form, I was interested in analyzing alternative methods of teaching classical ballet. Comprised of a brief history of classical ballet, a ...
  • (Swarthmore College, February 14, 2010)
  • (Swarthmore College, May 7, 2010)
    This week on War News Radio, we’ll hear about a project helping young Iraqis to pursue higher education in the States. Amandine Lee, Rosanna Kim, Sachie Hayakawa, and Gabriel Ramirez prepared this report. Then, we hear ...
  • de Regt, Anna (2009)
    Bacterial biofilms create problems in a diverse array of fields, including mechanical and biomedical engineering and human health. It has been proposed that a potential method of destroying biofilms lies in the use of ...
  • Chen, Taylor (2012)
    In my bacteria powered battery, Geobacter sulfurreducens is used to provide electrons into an electrode for electricity production. G. sulfurreducens is especially suited to this purpose due to its ability to make ...
  • Mohan, Arun (2000)
    This paper explores the complex relationship between identity and academic performance among Mexican-descent youth in Kennett Square, PA. The author stays within the context of existing models that explain identity and ...
  • (Swarthmore College, October 1, 2010)
    First, we look at problems at Afghanistan’s central bank. Sam Hirshman has the story. Then, we explore traumatic brain injury in soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. Emily Hager reports. Finally, we hear about ...
  • Sanchez, Vanessa (2013)
    Taglish, the mixture of Tagalog and English, is prevalent among Filipinos inside and outside of the Philippines. It is found nearly everywhere in the country and in diasporic communities in the United States: it is present ...
  • (Swarthmore College, September 18, 2009)
    This week on War News Radio, we hear about the role of warlords in Afghanistan’s recent history, and in the country’s current politics. Kyle Goeckner-Wald reports. Then, we find out more about the intertwined problems ...
  • (Swarthmore College, February 12, 2010)
    This week on War News Radio, we investigate how the Baathist issue has disrupted the upcoming parliamentary elections. Abdulla Mizead reports. Next, we take a look at the hardships of homeless American veterans. Caitlin ...
  • Lok, Gregory (2004)
    This thesis is an exploratory study of individuals in low-income communities and that of the financial institutions that serve them. The author surveyed and examined how the persons he interviewed learn to value, save, and ...
  • (Swarthmore College, December 10, 2007)
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