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27 Oct

Final Blog Post, by Naveen Bahadur

Research Abstract:

When planning to deploy grid sensing devices on hundreds of power poles, it is very important
to ensure that these devices can be powered reliably. In my case, this meant designing the most

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27 Oct

Final Research Abstract, by Hunter Ocker

“Developing a Nanoscale Chemical Imaging System using Optically Detected Magnetic
Resonance Enhanced by Nitrogen-Vacancy Centers”

Introduction & Background:

Magnetic resonance spectroscopy of nuclei and electrons has become one of the most widely

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[Blog #3] Finally a Successful Simulation!

In the past weeks, I was finally able to start my MD simulations on Nafion! To begin, I first used a Nafion structure file that my mentor, Akhilesh, provided me that contained 50 nafion polymers (each consisting of 10 monomers) already packed into a 10 x 10 x 10 nm cube.

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22 Sep

[Blog #5] Final, final blog

According to the Global Alliance for Buildings and Construction (GlobalABC), the buildings sector accounted for 38% of total global carbon emissions that are energy-related in 2020, including emissions from building construction processes.

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22 Sep

[Blog #4] Final Blog Post

Final Blog Post

Part One: Research Abstract

a. Introduction

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21 Sep

[Final Blog #1] Solid-State Battery Research Abstract

Solid-state batteries are a newly emerging interest in battery research for their improvement of conventional lithium-ion batteries with liquid electrolyte.

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20 Sep

[Final Blog #2] Personal Reflection of Summer 2021!

This summer was an amazing opportunity for me to experience a real lab setting performing real experiments that haven’t been explored before. Handed with much freedom but also responsibility, my shoulders were heavy in the beginning, unsure about my ability to pull through the research.

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18 Sep

[Blog #4] Reflections

Hi there again! This past summer was a transformative experience for me both personally and professionally. I did not expect to be a part of such a supportive environment that allowed me to explore all of my creative and technical interests.

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Blog Post #3: My Final Weeks at LBNL

With my time at the lab this summer coming to a close, I wanted to quickly reflect on my past few weeks of work here at LBNL. Having the opportunity to perform research here this summer has truly been a blessing and given me an insight into what I may want to pursue in the future.

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27 Aug

[Blog #3] Chatting with the CEO + Lost Opportunities

In the past few weeks, I have consistently been working on the Innovation Challenge, chipping a little bit day by day. Our final presentation to the judges is next week, so we have shifted our focus from the solution to perfecting our showcase.

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23 Aug

[Blog #4] Reflections

After more than two months of summer, I have now reached the end of my internship at Johnson Controls (JCI).

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23 Aug

[Blog #4] Eight weeks at LBNL

It's finally time for me to wrap up my internship. It's been a phenomenal summer, and I've truly learned so much.

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23 Aug

[Blog #3] Six Weeks at LBNL

Six weeks out, my learning curve became steeper. My conceptual understanding of Transfer Learning really improved, and I understood its future potential in the Machine Learnin Industry.

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21 Aug

[Blog #2]: Creating a new GraphQL endpoint

Throughout the rest of my internship at PingThings, I had 3 or 4 main projects along with some smaller tickets. These projects covered many different topics and had me learning at every step.

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21 Aug

[Blog Post #2] Making some progress

My work at Berkeley lab has been going great so far! I have faced many challenges and learned how to overcome them. I have also gained valuable lab experience, become more independent, and improved my understanding of ionomer thin films and their swelling properties. 

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[Blog #3] Data Analysis - Battery Cycling

The first week of work was a lot of memorization and getting used to the lab. There were so many details and so much equipment that I had to familiarize myself with.

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13 Aug

Blog #4 – End of Summer!

I’m in my final two weeks of the internship! It’s been such an incredible and interesting journey. I am now back in Berkeley, and I wish I could go into the lab even though people on my team aren’t even working at the office, so I know it won’t be possible this time.

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13 Aug

[Blog #3] Baseline simulations are definitely everything...

Here it is, my second-to-last blog post! It is amazing how fast summer goes by each year. 

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