Franke Fellowship in the Humanities and Sciences

My senior thesis in Applied Physics was funded in majority by the generous support for the Franke Fellowship in the Humanities and Sciences at Yale University. In this presentation I give a working demo of the prototype in its current iteration as well as the physics motivating my design choices.

For the latest paper and explanation of the signal processing of the device, please visit this link to my Applied Physics thesis presentation. The presentation was given to Physics faculty and graduate students.

For more information on the physics of the violin and acoustics of the prototype, please refer to this link where I document the prototype in detail. This is intended for readers with some scientific knowledge.

Thank you again to the Franke foundation for their generous fellowship. Current winners of the fellowship can be found on the Franke program website.

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