PUC Engineering Graduate Student Wins Steel Industry Video Prize

CIVS Graduate Student Alrazy Sonet standing next to his research poster at student research day this past spring.

Article taken from the NWI Times website, published August 27th, 2015. [Opens in New Window] A video presentation created by a Purdue University Calumet engineering graduate student and research assistant at the university’s Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation earned the grand prize at a recent international conference. The student, Alrazy Sonet, of Bangladesh,…
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Steel Consortium Eager to Grow and Contribute to Improved Competitiveness

Article taken from the Purdue University Calumet website, published August 20th, 2015. [Opens in New Window] After a year of organizing and planning, the national Steel Manufacturing Simulation & Visualization Consortium, based in Northwest Indiana, is ready to move forward to help American steel producers compete more favorably worldwide.     Driving the consortium is Purdue…
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CIVS Student Takes Part in NSF Research Experience Program

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P4A1CIVS student, Arturo Saavedra was selected from a pool of students nationwide to take part in a summer program hosted at Purdue Calumet to provide research experiences for undergraduates. The program focused on providing real world research experience to students working on wireless communication systems. Students spent 9 weeks on research including conducting literature reviews, deciding specific research topic, conducting a research project, and writing a paper. Arturo is a senior in Computer Science and has worked on multiple CIVS projects developing 3D software.

2015 READY NWI Career Camp

The students attending the camp and the CIVS students and staff posing for a group picture in front of the 3D theater screen.

Many professionals in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) related career fields in Northwest Indiana will be retiring in the near future creating a large employment gap that would jeopardize the region’s economic strength. Ready NWI and the Works Council of Northwest Indiana have created the READY NWI Career Camp in order to raise awareness about STEM-related career fields and help students understand the steps they will need to take in order to reach those careers in the region.

Gallery: NWI READY Career Camp

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Here are images from the first three days of the NWI READY Career Camp currently being held at CIVS