July 18, 2019
RehabWeek 2019 names Zhang a Top 20 finalist
PhD candidate Ting Zhang was named in the Top 20 finalists out of 450 poster presenters at RehabWeek 2019 in Toronto, Canada.
July 11, 2019
Duerstock, Wachs receive Trask Innovation funding
Four Purdue University research projects received funding from the Trask Innovation Fund to help their labs commercialize their innovations. One of the projects is headed by two Purdue IE professors.
May 31, 2019
Suresh a finalist in Engineering 2169 competition
PhD student Shruthi Suresh (IAS Lab) was named as one of three finalists for the Engineering 2169 Health and Longevity pitch competition’s “Best Pitch” award on May 3. Suresh won an earlier qualifying round at an April 11 event at Purdue with seven other Purdue Engineering graduate students.
April 23, 2019
WRTV interviews HaptImage inventors
There are no limitations in this lab.
April 17, 2019
Duerstock says human factors research can make technology more accessible
Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN) turned to a Purdue IE & BME professor for information on how human factors can make machine interaction more accessible to researchers with physical challenges.
April 11, 2019
IE & BME students present assistive tech in DC
HaptImage LLC, a Purdue University-affiliated startup, will present an assistive technology that helps people with visual impairments "see" digital images at the 2019 University Innovation and Entrepreneurship Showcase in Washington, D.C.
March 26, 2019
Visually-impaired can ‘see’ via device that turns digital images into physical sensations
Device helps people study STEM-based images that mimic the would-be surface of digital objects and improve learning
March 7, 2019
Zhang wins 1st place in poster session
PhD Candidate Ting Zhang won 1st place in an interdisciplinary Purdue University health and disease poster session on Feb. 28.
January 2, 2019
PhD student entrepreneurs get help from I-Corps
Shruthi Suresh and Ting Zhang, two Purdue University doctoral students, thought had a great idea to help blind and visually impaired people. The National Science Foundation Innovation Corps program helped them come up with an even better idea to launch a startup moving their innovation into the public.
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