Grant Will Help Steel Industry See and Plan for Years to Come

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CIVS Staff Wins Outstanding Poster Award

CIVS Director Chenn Zhou, Research Engineer Bin Wu, and Postdoctoral Researcher Armin Silaen were part of a team awarded the 2014 International Thermoelectric Society Outstanding Poster Award for their project titled Cost effective topping thermoelectric power generation on coal fired power plants at the 33rd International Conference on Thermoelectrics on July 6-10, 2014 in Nashville, Tennessee.

National News Highlights CIVS’ NIST Award for Steel Consortium

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Purdue Calumet’s Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation (CIVS) last week received a $480,000 federal grant to launch a consortium that will benefit the steel industry. The two-year grant from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) was announced May 8. Please see related stories below and click on link for additional details….
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Purdue Calumet to Helm Steelmaking Research Group

HAMMOND, Ind. (AP) – Researchers at Purdue University Calumet – a campus that’s near northwestern Indiana’s massive steel mills – have been chosen to lead a national consortium that will seek ways to make American steelmaking more advanced and efficient. The Hammond school’s Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation won a $480,000 grant from the National Institute of Standards and Technology as seed money for the push.

Purdue Today: Federal Grant to Support Purdue Calumet Center’s Steel Consortium

Purdue Calumet’s Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation (CIVS) last week received a $480,000 federal grant to launch a consortium that will benefit the steel industry.