John Wensveen provides some insight into Aviation Technology's plans for expansion in the next few years.
Jeppesen, a part of Boeing Commercial Aviation Services, will supply Purdue University’s leading aviation program with professional pilot training materials through a new agreement designed to prepare the next generation of student pilots taking to the skies.
The creation of the Purdue Research Park Aerospace District means expanded educational opportunities for Aviation Technology students and faculty.
Republic Airways Holdings Inc. and Purdue University have entered into an agreement to launch an innovative new partnership.
Email messages that you delete might not really be gone forever, according to Marcus Rogers, interim head of the Department of Computer and Information Technology and director of Purdue’s Cyber Forensics and Security Program. The messages that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton deleted might still be recoverable, Rogers said, if the storage media in the server on which they were stored hasn't been wiped.
Rogers was quoted in an article at TheHill.com.
The Big Ten Network's LiveBIG blog this week features a story on the Hangar of the Future in the College of Technology. The Hangar of the Future offers students a chance to develop electronic and digital solutions to improve maintenance and safety procedures of cutting-edge aircraft. The initiative is led by Tim Ropp, clinical associate professor of aviation technology.
Stephen Elliott, professor of technology leadership and innovation and director of the International Center for Biometric Research, discussed with Fox News a recent claim that a hacker had replicated a politician's fingerprint.
Purdue University has partnered with the Merck Foundation to offer a master’s degree in Tanzania aimed at improving access to quality medicines and increasing life expectancy for citizens in several African countries.
Tim Ropp, clinical associate professor of aviation technology, talked with Indianapolis' Fox 59 recently for a story about child safety seats and airplanes.
“It is common sense,” one safety advocate told the news reporter. “You’re always going to be safer buckled up.”
Three professors at Purdue College of Technology South Bend are teaching STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) classes for Bittersweet Elementary’s Bittersweet University.