Current Projects

Holistic Safety and Security

Current Projects

Yifu Wu (graduate research assistant), Jiansong Zhang (co-principal investigator), Jin Wei-Kocsis (principal investigator), Byung-Cheol “B.C.” Min and Dongming Gan (co-principal investigators), standing in Knoy Hall’s D. Dorsey Moss Construction Lab with an unmanned aerial vehicle and a robotic vehicle

An interdisciplinary team of Purdue Polytechnic researchers received National Science Foundation (NSF) funding to study how teams of humans and robots will work together at construction sites. The team hopes the NSF grant will serve as the foundation for years of collaborative research to improve the efficiency and scalability of human-robot teams in constrained and complex construction workplaces.

Jiahui Dong, graduate research assistant in the Department of Computer Graphics Technology, discusses his research project "CryoVR - Virtual Reality Augmented CryoEM Training"

Undergraduate and graduate students in Purdue Polytechnic presented posters summarizing their 2021-2022 research projects. Student research projects affiliated with the Polytechnic’s Holistic Safety and Security research impact area are summarized here.

Kathryn Seigfried-Spellar

Kathryn Seigfried-Spellar, associate professor of computer and information technology, has been selected as a Fulbright Scholar for her work in cybersecurity — specifically, for her upcoming research that will analyze the criminological differences and online grooming strategies of child sexual exploitation offenders in Spain, train Spanish law enforcement officers, and conduct community safety seminars.