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Sitarz wins Women in Security award

Doctoral student Rachel Sitarz was named one of two winners in the inaugural Women in Security Awards, sponsored by Duo Security.

Sitarz is working toward her PhD in cyber forensics at Purdue University in the Department of Computer and Information Technology. She also works full-time for Purdue, analyzing the threats that are coming into their networks.

She was honored, in part, for her ability as a researcher to “produce results that have real-world implications.”

In the News: new tool gives structural strength to 3-D printed works

Objects created using 3-D printing have a common flaw: They are fragile and often fall apart or lose their shape.

“I have an entire zoo of broken 3-D printed objects in my office,” said Bedrich Benes, associate professor of computer graphics technology at Purdue University.

The printed fabrications often fail at points of high stress.

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