Purdue Polytechnic Anderson’s Austin Bronnenberg, Andrew Oakley, Keegan Stewart and Jackson Vieth were among winners in the sixth annual Conexus Indiana National Collegiate Case Competition, which challenged students to solve one of two advanced manufacturing and logistics business cases.
Data science enthusiasts who participated in the IronHack COVID-19 Data Science "Protect Purdue" Challenge last winter successfully predicted anonymous foot traffic during the pandemic across local places of interest. The data science models and reports they produced could help health officials in the future.
Purdue Polytechnic’s Design and Innovation Challenge, a showcase for students to incorporate human-centered design during the creation of working prototypes of new products, went virtual in 2020.
Four Polytechnic student teams won first or second place at the Technology and Engineering Education Collegiate Association’s November 2020 regional competition.
Student teams competed for a share of $10,000 in prize money and an additional $10,000 in scholarships at Purdue Polytechnic’s Design and Innovation Challenge.
Purdue Polytechnic students comprise the majority of two teams that placed at Raymond James Wealth Management’s 2019 “Capture the Flag” Information Security Competition.
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