Students from the National University of Colombia (UNAL) participated in Purdue’s Spring 2019 IronHacks competition, winning first, second and third places in each of the first and second competition groupings.
Two teams of Purdue students were honored for ground-breaking, socio-technical ideas to combat the criminal enterprise of human trafficking. They developed their solutions during Purdue Polytechnic’s “Design Innovation Challenge: Fight Human Trafficking in the Americas.”
The Polytechnic will host a public information presentation and all-night student brainstorming competition designed to help end modern-day slavery in North, Central and South America
Eighty-seven student participants of IronHacks, the open data hacking competition, were celebrated on the Universidad Nacional de Colombia campus in Bogota, Colombia.
An automated disk jockey for school dances, a tomato harvesting system and a voting machine which prevents fraud are among the student design projects competing in the 2018 Midwest Regionals of the Phoenix Contact Nanoline Contest on Saturday (February 3). The public is invited at 11:30 a.m. to view the projects.
Purdue Polytechnic High School students traveled from Indianapolis to West Lafayette in late November for final presentations in a “pitch competition” sponsored by Fair Oaks Farms.
Emily Ko, a sophomore studying cybersecurity, won Best Community Spirit award at an IronHacks awards ceremony on Monday, December 4, for contributing the most to the hacker forum.
Two three-person teams brought home first and second place finishes from the 30-hour Altice and Infosys Innovation Hackathon held in Long Island, New York
Students in the Technology and Engineering Education Collegiate Association (TEECA) brought back three awards from the Midwest Regional TEECA competition at Illinois State University held October 27-28, 2017.