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Jordan McGraw
Jordan McGraw, a first-year graduate student in computer graphics technology, helped design a virtual reality video game which allows a player to potentially discover a new treatment for...
Published: July 14, 2017
Julia Rayz
Workshops on what it takes for a computer to generate jokes and how artificial intelligence "understands" how humans react to humor will be held during the International Summer...
Published: July 13, 2017
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A group of 30 students attending an annual Purdue Polytechnic Columbus summer camp were immersed in robotics for 15 hours over the course of a week. The camp provides a way to immerse students aged...
Published: July 10, 2017
Robert Cox
Robert Cox, senior associate dean for globalization and professor of construction management, has been named a 2017 Global Faculty Fellow by Purdue’s Office of Corporate and Global...
Published: July 07, 2017
Manoj Patankar
Manoj Patankar has been appointed head of the School of Aviation and Transportation Technology. Patankar was previously a professor of aviation science at Saint Louis University. ​Patankar had...
Published: July 06, 2017
The WestGate Academy Conference and Training Center in Odon, Indiana.
The Purdue Polytechnic Institute plans to provide courses, seminars, and workshops at the WestGate@Crane Technology Park as part of a collaboration between Purdue University, the Purdue...
Published: July 03, 2017
Bill Hutzel
Bill Hutzel's ongoing Biowall research is becoming increasingly multidisciplinary in nature, according to a Big Ten Network report. Biowall, a plant-based filter which uses the natural...
Published: July 03, 2017
Thomas Carney
Thomas Carney, a professor of aviation technology, appeared in a United Airlines video series to explain what turbulence is and how it affects air travel. "Big Metal Bird," United...
Published: June 29, 2017