Virtual reality games often cause simulator sickness – inducing vertigo and sometimes nausea - but new research findings point to a potential strategy to ease the affliction.
The University Undergraduate Research Poster Symposium is Tuesday, April 14 in the North and South Ballroom of Purdue Memorial Union from 1:00-5:00.
This event is a collaborative effort among the colleges of Agriculture, Engineering, Health & Human Science, Liberal Arts, Science and Technology.
Students can register to participate until March 13.
The University Undergraduate Research Poster Symposium is Tuesday, April 14, in the North and South Ballroom of Union from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Registration is now open. The deadline for students to register is Friday, March 13.
This event is a collaborative project among the colleges of Agriculture, Engineering, Health & Human Science, Liberal Arts, Science and Technology.
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Participants in the inaugural Technology Undergraduate Research Fellowship (TURF), sponsored by the College of Technology, will showcase their research during Purdue’s Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) research symposium Wednesday, July 31.
The planned Innovation Design Center (IDC) at Purdue will provide dedicated work space for student projects such as the EcoCAR 2, Solar Decathlon or Rube Goldberg competitions.
The first phase of the IDC, which will be located at Third and Russell Streets, will be coordinated by the colleges of Technology and Engineering.
Six College of Technology projects won awards at the annual Undergraduate Research Poster Session March 26.
Awards, winners and their abstracts were:
As part of their senior design course in aviation, three students undertook a project to design an electronic personal restraint system for NASA astronauts to use in microgravity environments. The design, created by Kevin Tait, Justin Lewis and Justin Hickel, would allow an astronaut to walk along a surface while being electromagnetically restrained to it. The system would also release the user in the event of power failure.