Purdue University researchers have received a $511,946 grant from the Indiana State Department of Health to perform an MRI longitudinal pilot study of Hoosier veterans with traumatic brain injury (TBI) who are participating in an experimental treatment.
ECE student Debayan Das paper presented in HOST 2017 has been selected as a “Top Pick” in the field of embedded and hardware security as one of the top 10 papers in the field over the span of last 6 years.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded Purdue University $14.5 million to renew funding for another five years for nanoHUB/Network for Computational Nanotechnology (NCN) – a unique, global cyber-community for simulation, research, collaboration, teaching, learning, and publishing.
Evgenii Narimanov, professor of electrical and computer engineering, will present the 2019 Arden L. Bement Jr. Distinguished Lecture on October 28 at 1:30 p.m. in Stewart Center’s Fowler Hall. Narimanov received the award for pioneering the concept of hyperbolic metamaterials in the field of nanophotonics.
A team of engineers, agronomists and economists at Purdue University’s Center for Sustainable Food, Energy and Water Systems (SFEWS), supported by the National Science Foundation, are developing novel photovoltaic (PV) module designs for use on agricultural land to cogenerate electricity while growing food crops.
Purdue University on Saturday (Oct. 12) announced three recipients of the merit-based Homecoming Pillars of Excellency during halftime of the Homecoming football game against Maryland. Homecoming marked the end of the university’s 150th anniversary celebration.
Purdue University scientists and engineers are collaborating with colleagues at North Carolina State University and others on fifth-generation (5G) and beyond wireless network research that holds promise for improved farm machinery automation.
Prof. Shreyas Sen is a featured speaker at a Silicon Flatirons conference entitled “Saving Our Spectrum: Handling Radio Layer Vulnerabilities in Wireless Systems.” The half-day conference brings together representatives from government, industry, and academia to discuss the intersection of cybersecurity and radio operation, explore the risks of increasing reliance on wireless systems and access to spectrum, and consider solutions to these problems.