Tags Purdue University

Purdue’s supercomputer ‘open for business’

by Emily Bamforth • 4 months ago

Purdue University is making its supercomputer available to researchers nationwide after a months-long test period.

Purdue students cause traffic. City asks if they can solve it.

by Emily Bamforth • 9 months ago

West Lafayette, Indiana's population spikes when class is in session, so the city is throwing a challenge.

Purdue University hires new chief information officer

by Emily Bamforth • 1 year ago

Ian Hyatt, who was most recently vice president of global services, logistics and fleet at the gambling company International Game Technology, replaced retiring CIO Karl Browning.

Purdue students are using VR to explore the cosmos, remotely

by Ryan Johnston • 1 year ago

Virtual reality technology that wasn't feasible in the classroom just a few years ago is finding practical applications in a Purdue astronomy course.

Purdue U. Global fills new VP and CIO role

by Colin Wood • 1 year ago

The online university for adult learners has hired Tim Werth, an official at Purdue's flagship campus, as its first vice president of administrative services and chief information officer.

Purdue U.'s 'BattleFlow' brings data to military classrooms

by Colin Wood • 2 years ago

The VR project's lead wants to supply military classrooms with a tool that goes beyond the strategist's "gut feeling."

Purdue University launches virtual innovation program

by Betsy Foresman • 2 years ago

The program will allow professors to collaborate with their peers across departments and develop innovative teaching methods and courses.

'Studytable' gives Purdue U. classmates new ways to connect

by Colin Wood • 2 years ago

An app originally designed as a way for students to earn extra cash by helping their classmates has been redesigned to allow free and easy communication during the pandemic.

University graduation ceremonies are going virtual during the pandemic

by Betsy Foresman • 2 years ago

Purdue University and several other colleges are moving their ceremonies to virtual formats during a time when large gatherings have become verboten.