The Steel Manufacturing Simulation and Visualization Consortium (SMSVC) will host a booth at the AISTech 2015 conference at the Convention Center in Cleveland, Ohio from May 4th – 6th. This international conference is expected to draw more than 8,000 people along with over 500 exhibiting companies.
HAMMOND | Educators from across Northwest Indiana on Friday donned 3-D glasses at Purdue University Calumet’s Center for Innovation Through Visualization and Simulation as they peered at images of a U.S. Steel Virtual Blast Furnace.
Gary Wirt-Emerson Principal Adrian Richie said this is the industry of the future. These are the kinds of jobs our students will be looking at in the future in Northwest Indiana, he said.
The Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation was represented by 26 undergraduate and graduate projects this year, including 2 collaborations, at Student Research Day 2015. Four of those projects won awards: 2nd Place Undergraduate Oral PresentationNicole Bandy, Liyuan Gong – “Evaluation of 3D Printing Design and Process” 3rd Place Undergraduate Poster Presentation (College of Business in…
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CIVS’s multidisciplinary research projects are having substantial economic and intellectual impacts on
local and global communities as well as providing great research opportunities for Purdue Calumet
faculty and students. Following are highlights since 2009.
The Association for Iron and Steel Technology (AIST) Plate Rolling Technology Committee visited CIVS on March 19. Members of the AIST Plate Rolling Technology Committee come from various steel companies. During this visit, CIVS researchers and students showcased its research capabilities through examples of projects. Active discussion occurred between the AIST Plate Rolling Technology Committee members and CIVS researchers on other potential application of CIVS research capabilities in the steel industry.