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    • SAE Baja 2015 

      Holt, Matthew; Hammadi, Abdulaziz; See, Evan; Vrampas, George; Abdutaleb, Abdullah; Aldabal, Abdulla; Almejhem, Ahmad; Alraeesi, Hamdan; Alyafei, Ibrahim; Altahri, Saeed; Binjabaan, Abdulaziz; Hartman, Timothy; Li, Stephen; Price, Adam; Santa-Lucia, Hannah; Zauner, Ezekial
      The SAE Baja competition is a student design competition that test a students ability to design, engineer, build, test, promote, and compete with a vehicle within the limits set by the rules. The goal is to create a single ...
    • Salinity tolerance and osmotic response of the estuarine hermit crab Pagurus maclaughlinae in the Indian River Lagoon, Florida. 

      Rhodes-Ondi, Sarah E.; Turner, Richard L. (2010)
      Pagurus maclaughlinae is the most common hermit in the Indian River Lagoon System. Wide variations in lagoonal salinity make it likely that P. maclaughlinae is euryhaline and that other hermit species in the area are ...
    • San Francisco Crime Classification 

      Alves, Anthony; LaFlamme, Ian; Mack, Hunter; Villmow, Melisa
      •Machine learning competition hosted by •12 years of San Francisco arrests data given •Goal is to predict the category of crime, given time and location •Assist in building a safer society •Work in a highly ...
    • Sand Dune Elevations on the Earth, Mars, and Titan 

      Fey, Deirdra
      Sand dunes are observed on many places in the solar system. They are found on bodies with atmospheres and are formed through wind processes. Dunes can tell us about the geological process on the planets they inhabit. Dunes ...
    • Sands of time: a renourished beach vs. a non-renourished beach 

      Kilcullen, Tania
      The effects of beach renourishment were examined at two different beaches located in Brevard County, Florida: Avenue B and Ponce Landing. Two profiles were taken the summer of 2015 at Avenue B and one profile was taken at ...
    • Satisfaction with Ability and Reported Functional Impairment in Cancer Survivors with Chronic Illness-Related Fatigue 

      Pike, Jessica Dawn Eversen (2014-01)
      Long-term consequences of cancer have assumed more importance than ever before as cancer survival rates have increased over the past few decades. As a result, cancer has been conceptualized more recently as a chronic ...
    • The scaling of crime concentration in cities 

      Oliveira, Marcos A.C.; Bastos-Filho, Carmelo José Albanez; Menezes, Ronaldo (2017-04-11)
      Crime is a major threat to society’s well-being but lacks a statistical characterization that could lead to uncovering some of its underlying mechanisms. Evidence of nonlinear scaling of urban indicators in cities, such ...
    • Scaling properties of azimuthal anisotropy in Au+Au and Cu+Cu collisions at sNN=200GeV 

      Adare, Andrew Marshall; Afanasiev, Sergey V.; Aidala, Christine A.; Ajitanand, N. N.; Akiba, Yasuyuki; Baksay, Gyöngyi; Baksay, László A.; Hohlmann, Marcus; Rembeczki, S.; Dehmelt, K. (2007-04-16)
      Differential measurements of elliptic flow (v2) for Au+Au and Cu+Cu collisions at sNN=200GeV are used to test and validate predictions from perfect fluid hydrodynamics for scaling of v2 with eccentricity, system size, and ...
    • Scaling properties of fractional momentum loss of high- pT hadrons in nucleus-nucleus collisions at √sNN from 62.4 GeV to 2.76 TeV 

      Adare, Andrew Marshall; Afanasiev, Sergey V.; Aidala, Christine A.; Ajitanand, N. N.; Akiba, Yasuyuki; Baksay, Gyöngyi; Baksay, László A.; Dehmelt, Klaus; Hohlmann, Marcus; Rembeczki, S. (2016-02-22)
      Measurements of the fractional momentum loss (Sloss ≡ δpT/pT) of high-transverse-momentum-identified hadrons in heavy-ion collisions are presented. Using π⁰ in Au+Au and Cu+Cu collisions at √sNN=62.4 and 200 GeV measured ...
    • Science of Active Galactic Nuclei with the GTC and CanariCam 

      Levenson, Nancy A.; Packham, Christopher C.; Alonso-Herrero, Almudena; Aretxaga, Itziar; Colina, Luis; Santos, Tanio Díaz; Elitzur, Moshe; Mason, Rachel E.; Perlman, Eric S.; Radomski, James T. (2008-07-09)
      CanariCam is the facility mid-infrared (MIR) instrument for the Gran Telescopio Canarias (GTC), a 10.4m telescope at the Observatorio del Roque de los Muchachos on La Palma. One of the science drivers for CanariCam is the ...
    • Scuba diver 

      Florida Institute of Technology
    • Scuba diver collects sample 

      Florida Institute of Technology
    • Scuba diver reaching upward 

      Florida Institute of Technology
    • Scuba divers on boat 

      Florida Institute of Technology
    • Scuba training 

      Griffin, Jim; Hutchins, John
    • Scuba training in pool 

      Florida Institute of Technology
    • SDM propagation model for multiple channels using electromagnetic theory and vortex analysis 

      Murshid, Syed H.; Zahir, Ebad; Biswas, Raka; Chakravarty, Abhijit (2010-04-05)
      Spatial Domain Multiplexing (SDM) is a novel technique in optical fiber communications. Single mode fibers are used to launch Gaussian beams of the same wavelength into a multimode step index fiber at specific angles. Based ...
    • SDM propagation model for multiple channels using ray theory 

      Murshid, Syed H.; Zahir, Ebad; Chakravarty, Abhijit (2010-04-28)
      Spatial Domain Multiplexing (SDM) is a novel optical fiber multiplexing technique where multiple channels of the same wavelength are launched at specific angles inside a standard step index multimode carrier fiber. These ...
    • Search and Rescue Robot 

      Lermen, Zackary; Bettinger, Eric; Drinks, Dale; Carter, C.; Culp, Tyler; Martinez, Devin; Stafford, Milton
      The FIT/CSRR is a mobile search and rescue vehicle, capable of being wirelessly controlled by human operators, located on the perimeter of a debris field that has been created as the result of some natural or manmade ...
    • Search and Rescue Unmanned Aerial Vehicle 

      Olson, Jake; Barbera, Mike; Ooi, Brendan; Arledge, Nathan; Maia, Fabio; Cosgrove, Evan; Casciola, Niko; Mohamed, Mohamed; Deans, Xori; Bader, Oron
      The current technology that exists to successfully locate a missing person in the vast wilderness of a National or State Park has not changed much within the past few decades. Although search and rescue UAVs currently ...