The Purdue Exponent highlighted four women researchers in the STEM disciplines, including Purdue Polytechnic’s Nicoletta Adamo-Villani, as part of their Women’s History Month coverage.
Adamo-Villani is a professor of computer graphics technology. Her work focuses on creating avatars to help teach mathematics to deaf children using sign language and studying uses of mixed reality.
Read more at the Purdue Exponent.
Explore more of Adamo-Villain’s research in the IDEA Laboratory.