October 2010
Ronny Tran
Ronny Tran

I follow the DMDC Application Development Process that is geared towards desktop and web applications. My responsibilities within this process consist of developing or modifying web applications (Java ...

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July 2012
Sarah C. Rozinek
Sarah C. Rozinek

My work applies to photodynamic cancer therapy, solar cells, and possibly the ability to modify proteins to impart new functions. With an array of optical spectroscopy techniques and computational si ...

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June 2011
Melissa A. Jones
Melissa A. Jones

The research I am conducting centers around improving pilot performance with remotely piloted aircraft. To quantitatively measure a subject's psychophysiological reaction to various workloads, EEG, E ...

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September 2011
Jacob T. Singer
Jacob T. Singer

Jacob Singer is a graduate student working on his Master’s in Experimental Psychology at Texas A&M University – Central Texas. He is working with Dr. Christopher Vowels on several projects, including ...

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July 2010
David E. Rast
David E. Rast

I work with Sena Garven and Greg Ruark on various projects related to social influence and group processes. Over the next year I am primarily working on two projects. The first project seeks to identi ...

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