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Direct Imaging of Exoplanets Closer to Stars

Shubh Agrawal
Detecting exoplanets through direct imaging at lower angular separations, where more planets are expected to be, is limited by the variability of the stellar point spread function. Integral field spectrographs like OSIRIS at the Keck Observatory can leverage high spectral resolution to search for new planets at smaller separations (< 0.3 arcseconds) by detecting their distinct spectral signature compared to the diffracted starlight. In this thesis, we present the mid-survey results of a search for...

sbmlteam/python-libsbml: libSBML 5.19.6

This release fixes a number of issues related to the FBC v3 Package. A full list of changes is on the libSBML notes

Multicellular Control

Anish Anandsai Sarma
Robust control theory was developed in the late twentieth century as a mathematical framework to enable the principled incorporation of uncertainty into engineering design in applications like aerospace. However, engineered technologies that interface with living systems in applications like medicine and ecology must accommodate uncertainties and unmodeled dynamics far beyond what robust control theory has historically achieved. This thesis develops a robust control foundation for overcoming large-scale uncertainty and designing interfaces with living systems, through...

DSA-110 Data for Candidate Fast Radio Burst 210810aaaa

Casey Law
Data associated with DSA-110 candidate transient. Zipped file contains (1) a filterbank file with burst dynamic spectrum and (2) a FITS file with localization region. Second file is a png image showing summary views of data used to identify the candidate.

TCCON data from Park Falls (US), Release GGG2020.R1

P. O. Wennberg, C. M. Roehl, D. Wunch, G. C. Toon, J.-F. Blavier, R. Washenfelder, G. Keppel-Aleks & N. T. Allen
The Total Carbon Column Observing Network (TCCON) is a network of ground-based Fourier Transform Spectrometers that record direct solar absorption spectra of the atmosphere in the near-infrared. From these spectra, accurate and precise column-averaged abundances of atmospheric constituents including CO2, CH4, N2O, HF, CO, H2O, and HDO, are retrieved. This is the GGG2020 data release of observations from the TCCON station at Park Falls, Wisconsin, USA

DSA-110 Data for Candidate Fast Radio Burst 221025aanu

Casey Law
Data associated with DSA-110 candidate transient. Zipped file contains (1) a filterbank file with burst dynamic spectrum and (2) a FITS file with localization region. Second file is a png image showing summary views of data used to identify the candidate.

Klein et al indrops for Bi183

Tara Chari
h5ad of indrops control data used by Svensson et al 2019 for fitting negative binomials to droplet data

Silent Boundary Methods for Transient Wave Analysis

Martin Cohen
This thesis sets forth a dynamic model, designed to absorb infinitely radiating waves in a finite, computational grid. The analysis is primarily directed toward the problem of soil-structure interaction, where energy propagates from a region near a structure, outward toward the boundaries. The proposed method, called the extended-paraxial boundary, is derived from one-directional, wave theories that have been propounded by other authors. In this thesis, the theory is presented from a more general viewpoint and...

The Development of Ni-Catalyzed Methods for Application in Total Synthesis

Alexander Mitsuo Shimozono
The total synthesis of complex natural products often requires the development of mild, selective transformations. Once developed, these methods can serve as starting points for related methodologies, fundamental mechanistic studies, or applied in other total syntheses. Herein, a series of projects that embody this relationship are described. Inspired by unexpected challenges in the synthesis of complex diterpenoid alkaloid talatisamine, a Ni-catalyzed enol-triflate-halogen exchange reaction was developed. In addition to finding application toward the synthesis of...

Caltech Fish Counting Dataset 2022

Justin Kay, Peter Kulits, Suzanne Stathatos, Siqi Deng, Erik Young, Sara Beery, Grant Van Horn & Pietro Perona
A full instructional guide is provided here: https://github.com/visipedia/caltech-fish-counting The Caltech Fish Counting Dataset is a large-scale dataset for detecting, tracking, and counting fish in sonar videos.

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