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A Monte Carlo Simulation of the Single-Electron Transistor

Engineering
About the Scholar: Irene Chen grew up in the United States and attended Leland High School in San Jose, California The Research: Since transistors, the foundation of modern electronic devices, became commercially available in the 1960s, “Moore’s Law,” which states that the number of transistors that can fit into an integrated circuit doubles every two […]

Calibrating the Salt Concentration of Water Using Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) Technique

Engineering
About the Scholar: Elif Kulaksizoǧlu grew up in Turkey and attended the Hisar School in Istanbul, Turkey The Research: An increase in salinity in the coastal areas of Bangladesh is having a widespread negative effect on human health and agriculture. Elif designed the research described in this paper to learn if SPR could be used […]

Investigating the Characteristics of the Optimal Point for Magnetic Nanoparticle Hyperthermia

Engineering
About the Scholar: Ege Özgüroǧlu grew up in Turkey and attended Robert College in Istanbul, Turkey. The Research: Hyperthermia, the activation of magnetic nanoparticles in an alternating magnetic field, is a promising potential cancer treatment. Recent advances in technology have made it possible to target cancer cells with precision, but the question remains of how […]

Microneedle Transdermal Drug Delivery for Traditional Chinese Medicated Plasters

Engineering
About the Scholar: Pioneer Scholar Chendan is from Wuhan, China, where she attended WHBC of Wuhan Foreign Languages School The Research: Chendan’s research seeks to combine traditional Chinese plasters with an advanced technology in transdermal drug delivery called microneedling. Although traditional Chinese plasters – bandages that contain medicines for pain and swelling relief – have […]

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