Past work by Pomona faculty and ITS staff
David Tanenbaum, et al. (Physics, et al.) Todd Shimoda (ITS) An Hitachi scanning electron microscope has several users from the seven institutions of Claremont Colleges. […]
Pierre Englebert (Political Science) Using ArcGIS and French Foreign Ministry data, we created a redrawn map of the African continent for Professor of Political Science […]
Richard Lewis, Nicole Weekes (Neuroscience and Psychology) Todd Shimoda (ITS) Wavelet Transform Coherence with MATLAB – Wavelet transform coherence (WTC) is a method for analyzing […]
Jessie Borelli, Pat Smiley – CARE Lab (Childhood Attachment, Relationships and Emotion) Todd Shimoda (ITS) An interactive website was developed to supplement a parenting stress […]
Daniel Martinez (Biology) Todd Shimoda (ITS) Transcriptomics and genomics of stress on hydra – Two powerful research servers were purchased through a National Institutes of […]
Jessica Borelli and Warren Szewczyk (Psychology) Todd Shimoda (ITS) Part of the parenting and attention deficit disorder study, the lunch making task tests participants response […]
Video47 added optional subtitles to all newly added videos, and is adding them to the full catalog of videos. This will be of great use for language learning, and will greatly increased accessibility for our whole community of users.
Richard Lewis, Nicole Weekes (Neuroscience and Psychology) Todd Shimoda (ITS) NIRS analyses with HOMER2 and MATLAB – Near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) is a spectroscopic method that […]
Jessica Borelli and Warren Szewczyk (Psychology) Todd Shimoda (ITS) This online task examines risk-reward behaviors in conjunction with questionnaires on parenting and attention deficit disorder. […]
Media Services worked with David Tanenbaum in creating two digital displays to showcase Student Research Posters. Traditionally the posters would hang for a time along […]
Pomona College Chinese Pronunciation Guide is a free online learning module to help elementary and intermediate level Chinese learners improve their perception of Chinese.