CIVS Students Win in Campus Research Days 2012

Students of CIVS

Some 177 Purdue University Calumet students presented 102 scholarly research projects in the university’s annual Student Research Days on March 29, 2012 and March 30, 2012. Find out more here.

Future Engineers from Local Schools Visit PUC & 3D Visualization Center

Alek Shmagranoff, Senior, PUC, demonstrates a 3D Virtual Blast Furnace in the CIVS Immersive Theater

Build a tower out of spaghetti and gumdrops? Then travel inside a 1000-degree furnace unscathed? These are just some of the highlights of the Engineering Open House on Saturday, November 12, 2011, hosted by the Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation (CIVS) and the Departments of Engineering. One hundred and twenty high school seniors and family members attended this open house, which immediately followed the View Purdue Calumet event. It was a day full of information, hands-on activities, and opportunities to meet university officials, faculty members, and current students.

PUC Awards $20,600 in Research Grants to 62 Students

Purdue Calumet’s Undergraduate Research Grant Program provides funding for student researchers across university academic units to conduct research with faculty mentors. The program is designed to help students gain insights about their anticipated career, as well as how to develop a project proposal and presentation.

CIVS Students Win in Student Research Days

Student Research Day

Some 194 Purdue University Calumet students will present their research projects during Student Research Days Thursday (3/31) and Friday (4/1) in the Student Union & Library.

Engineering Student and Faculty Win Prestigious International Awards

ME student, Alek Shmagranoff

Twenty-six engineering students and four faculty and research staff members from Purdue University Calumet (PUC) attended the largest annual international steel conference, AISTech 2010 – The Iron & Steel Technology Conference and Exposition, held in Pittsburgh from May 3 to May 6. The event drew more than 5,600 participants.