Purdue Polytechnic's Air Force ROTC will host a unique group of leaders from the Space Force, the Air Force, and defense technology firms in addition to Purdue President Mung Chiang for the Giant Leaps Summit, a one-of-a-kind gathering seeking to advance national defense efforts in space. Learn more here:
Purdue Polytechnic faculty and executives gathered with representatives from Capture 3D/Zeiss, Howmet Aerospace and with peers in the industrial engineering program at Purdue to celebrate the recent installation of a Zeiss ScanBox 5120, a large machine that allows facilities to scan manufactured parts for comparison with their “perfect’’ digital versions. The ScanBox resides within the “Build @ Scale” lab, marking the first instance of cross-pollination in a physical teaching space between Purdue Polytechnic and the College of Engineering since Dudley and Lambertus Halls were dedicated.
Zixu Zhang, a PhD student in Purdue Polytechnic's technology program, earned a top three spot out of a 600-person research competition in cognitive engineering.
Purdue Polytechnic's School of Engineering Technology will dedicate four smart manufacturing facilities, the biggest learning ecosystem for future-focused manufacturing in the United States.
The National Science Foundation awarded Purdue Polytechnic’s Wenhai Sun with a research grant for his efforts to develop machine intelligence-powered privacy protection technology.
Purdue Polytechnic’s network of charter schools will gain a new branch for the upcoming academic year as the system expands into Pike Township. This is the Purdue Polytechnic High School’s (PPHS) fourth campus, and the third in the Indianapolis metropolitan area.
Purdue Polytechnic, the university’s college for technology disciplines, will launch 10 majors at the newly established Purdue University in Indianapolis in fall 2024.
Students from Purdue Polytechnic collaborated with their peers in anthropology and business management to create practical products and compete for money in the Design and Innovation Challenge.
During last spring's Tech Expo, Purdue Polytechnic seniors in the School of Engineering Technology showcased many ways they've "learned by doing" through projects for international industry partners to solve real-world engineering problems.
Purdue Polytechnic’s Bryan Hubbard developed a new heat exchanger technology to improve the thermal performance of industrial water-cooling towers. His new patented concept introduces a static electric charge into the plastic film pack media, which has the potential to increase the overall efficiency of power plants.