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    • Autocorrelation Reflectivity of Mars 

      Deng, Sizhuang; Levander, Alan (2020)
      The seismic structure of the Martian interior can shed light on the formation and dynamic evolution of the planet and our solar system. The deployment of the seismograph carried by the InSight mission provides a means to study Martian internal structure. We used ambient noise autocorrelation to analyze the available vertical component seismic data ...
    • Parts List, Prices, and Links for Commercial Components of Mesoscale Testing Device 

      Grande-Allen, K. Jane; Mehta, Shail Maharshi; De Santos, Diego Ricardo; Sridhar, Shweta; Aguayo, Veronica Cristina; (2020)
      File displaying names, prices, quantities, and purchasing links of commercial components of mesoscale testing device
    • Tracking Demonstration Video of 1:10 PDMS from Mesoscale Testing Device on Fluorescence Microscope 

      Grande-Allen, K. Jane; Mehta, Shail Maharshi; De Santos, Diego Ricardo; Sridhar, Shweta; Aguayo, Veronica Cristina; (2020)
      Edge tracking output from testing video taken using a fluorescence microscope at 10x magnification of 1:15 PDMS. Yellow lines indicate tracking paths
    • Demonstration of Piecewise Cubic Polynomial Fitting on Mesoscale Tester Data 

      Grande-Allen, K. Jane; Mehta, Shail Maharshi; De Santos, Diego Ricardo; Sridhar, Shweta; Aguayo, Veronica Cristina; (2020)
      Animation of piecewise cubic polynomial fitting to data from a replicate of 1:15 PDMS performed in order to obtain stress values at exact increments of strain
    • Print and CAD Files for Mesoscale Testing Device 

      Mehta, Shail Maharshi; De Santos, Diego Ricardo; Sridhar, Shweta; Aguayo, Veronica Cristina; Meraz, Carlos Alberto; (2020)
      Folder containing 3D-printable components of mesoscale testing device
    • Tracking Demonstration Video of 1:15 PDMS from Mesoscale Testing Device 

      Grande-Allen, K. Jane; Mehta, Shail Maharshi; De Santos, Diego Ricardo; Sridhar, Shweta; Aguayo, Veronica Cristina; (2020)
      Point tracking output from testing video taken using a stereomicroscope at 0.63x magnification of 1:15 PDMS. Yellow lines indicate tracking paths. One red line directly connects the center points of the sample-attached and static element points. The other red line indicates where the sample-attached point would have been without the presence of a ...
    • Pixel Selection Demonstration Video of 1:10 PDMS from Mesoscale Testing Device on Fluorescence Microscope 

      Grande-Allen, K. Jane; Mehta, Shail Maharshi; De Santos, Diego Ricardo; Sridhar, Shweta; Aguayo, Veronica Cristina; (2020)
      Testing video taken using a fluorescence microscope at 10x magnification of 1:10 PDMS demonstrating which pixels are selected as belonging to edges to be tracked in yellow. Only every other pixel was checked for the appropriate color to reduce processing time
    • Pixel Selection Demonstration Video of 1:15 PDMS from Mesoscale Testing Device 

      Grande-Allen, K. Jane; Mehta, Shail Maharshi; De Santos, Diego Ricardo; Sridhar, Shweta; Aguayo, Veronica Cristina; (2020)
      Testing video taken using a stereomicroscope at 0.63x magnification of 1:15 PDMS demonstrating which pixels are selected as belonging to points to be tracked in yellow. Only every other pixel was checked for the appropriate color to reduce processing time
    • Simulating Transport and Adsorption of Organic Contaminants in 3D Porous Activated Carbon Block Media 

      Kim, Jun; Morgott, Amanda; Wu, Ziqi; Hopaluk, Liane; Miles, Michael; (2019)
      To evaluate the organic contaminants removal performance of hollow cylindrical block-shaped porous activated carbon media, COMSOL Multiphysics® simulation software with Chemical Engineering module was used. The study clearly demonstrates how each organic compound in a steady-state fluid is dynamically transported in the three-dimensional porous media ...
    • Origin and Early Differentiation of Carbon and Associated Life-Essential Volatile Elements on Earth 

      Dasgupta, Rajdeep; Grewal, Damanveer S.; Orcutt, Beth N.; Daniel, Isabelle; Dasgupta, Rajdeep; (2019)
      This chapter reviews what is known about the fate of carbon during early differentiation of inner solar system planets. It reviews the nature of carbon fractionation in a magma ocean as compared to the core, mantle, and atmosphere, and how this may have varied between planetary bodies in the solar system. It discusses whether magma ocean processes ...
    • Simple ultraviolet microscope using off-the-shelf components for point-of-care diagnostics. 

      Wong, Cindy (2019-02-12)
      At the primary care setting, where there are often no or minimal laboratories, examinations often consist of self-testing and rapid diagnostics. Because of this, medical devices must be simple, robust, and easy to operate. To address these concerns, an alternate fluorescence microscope design uses ultraviolet (UV) excitation, since fluorescent dyes ...
    • On the Problem of the Namesake 

      LaFlamme, Marcel; American Anthropological Association (2016-02)
    • What Happened, or, Impasses and Future Horizons for an Open Anthropology of Work 

      Brown, Nina; LaFlamme, Marcel; Lyon, Sarah; American Anthropological Association (2018-06)
    • Rescoping research through student-librarian collaboration: Lessons from the Fondren Fellows program 

      LaFlamme, Marcel; Kipphut-Smith, Shannon; Association of College and Research Libraries (2018)
      Academic library professionals increasingly see student workers as full coparticipants in the design and delivery of library resources and services. For some librarians, this perspective grows out of a commitment to critical and feminist pedagogy,1 while for others, greater reliance on student workers in the face of flat or contracting budgets has ...
    • Book review: Grégoire Chamayou, A Theory of the Drone 

      LaFlamme, Marcel; SAGE (2016-11)
    • Conflict of Employee–Employer Interest: Introducing an Optimal Work Happiness Framework 

      Conlon, Paul M (2012)
      This qualitative study seeks to explore the pursuit and achievement of work happiness for employees. Conflicting interests between organizations (i.e., employers) and employees provide insights into the difficulties employees face in their quest for work happiness. Assumptions are visited concerning constraints on achieving work happiness due to ...
    • A Lexicon of Suburban Neologisms 

      Hooper, Rachel; Yen, Jayme; Walker Art Center (2008-02-16)
      The suburbs have always been a fertile space for imagining both the best and the worst of modern social life. Portrayed alternately as a middle-class domestic utopia and a dystopic world of homogeneity and conformity--with manicured suburban lawns and the inchoate darkness that lurks just beneath the surface--these stereotypes belie a more realistic ...
    • jsut that way 

      Hooper, Rachel; University of Texas Press and Blaffer Art Museum (2012-09-26)
      Andy Coolquitt makes objects and environments that exist in symbiosis with human relationships. During the 1990s, his life and work revolved around an expansive studio/artist commune/performance space/living sculpture/party place on the east side of Austin, Texas, where he continues to live, work, and host events. Intrigued by social contracts, ...
    • Josephine Meckseper Interviewed by Rachel Hooper 

      Hooper, Rachel; Meckseper, Josephine; Sharjah Art Foundation (2011-03-16)
      Interview with Josephine Meckseper included in the catalogue for Sharjah Biennial 10 "Plot for a Biennial"