Student Worker Employment Opportunity in CFD

Research assistant positions available for research in the area of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) at The Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation (CIVS), Purdue University Calumet, Hammond, Indiana.

Local schools serious players in economic development


Kyle Telechan | The Times NIPSCO engineer Tim Wright, left, stands on the roof of the NIPSCO Bailly Generating Station building in Chesterton with Dui Huang, Bin Wu and Tom Roesel, who are students in Purdue University Calumet’s Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation. PUC students saved NIPSCO $1.9 million annually on a pollution control project

Tools for (Social) Network Analysis Visualization

This seminar will discuss social network analysis as a research methodology that is used in a wide variety of fields from public health, from information technology, to librarianship, to management, and engineering. Based on theory from both mathematics and sociology; social network analysis is used to understand the relations people and organizations have with each other and how those relationships affect the participants, organizations, and society at large.

Purdue Calumet Insight Winter 2011

Within the huge realm of 21st century technology there is unprecedented learning opportunities for Purdue Calumet students.

Across academic boundaries, the university is doing its part to prepare students for careers that demand proficiency in use of these new technologies. In fact, each of Purdue Calumet’s six undergraduate academic schools and its graduate program are enabling students to learn and become job ready through technological applications.

Calumet campus gets first large-scale supercomputer

HAMMOND | Chenn Qian Zhou’s engineering students at Purdue University Calumet work on real-world problems from energy companies, the steel industry, refineries and vehicle parts manufacturers, nationally and internationally.
They are working fast thanks to a supercomputer that was moved to make room for the Steele supercomputing cluster on Purdue’s West Lafayette campus.