CIVS Students Win Research Awards

Student Research Day 2015 All Winners

Eight CIVS students won awards for three research projects at this year’s Purdue University Calumet Student Research Day. 26 CIVS projects were presented in total by 49 students. Award winners were: 2nd Place Undergraduate Oral PresentationNicole Bandy, Liyuan Gong – “Evaluation of 3D Printing Design and Process” 3rd Place Undergraduate Oral PresentationXiang Liu, Yifan Wang, Xianrui Wang – “Design…
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Dr. Chenn Q. Zhou Among 10 Innovators Highlighted by the Society of Innovators of NWI

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Dr. Chenn Zhou, director of the Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation, was one of ten innovators highlighted by the Society of Innovators of NWI as a part of World Creativity and Innovation Week.  “Dr. Chenn Q. Zhou is the founding Director for the Center of Innovation through [Visualization] and Simulation (CIVS), Purdue University…
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CIVS Student Wins Steel Video Competition

The Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation graduate student Alrazy Sonet won the $3,000 Grand Prize from the Association for Iron & Steel Technology Foundation “Real Steel” Video Challenge for his video submission titled “Steel: Backbone of the Universe”. Watch the Video.

CIVS Students and Staff are Featured in AIST June 2015 Edition

The Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation will be featured in the June 2015 issue of Iron & Steel Magazine. The article, titled “Life Prediction in Industrial Equipment”, details the process through which industrial equipment can be analyzed to find key areas which can be used to improve inspection and maintenance planning to reduce…
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CIVS to Welcome AIST Plate Rolling Technology Committee

The Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation (CIVS) will host the Association for Iron and Steel Technology (AIST) Plate Rolling Technology Committee for the second half of a two-day meeting held semiannually by the committee on Thursday March 19th.