Purdue ECE in the Media

Social Impact Heroes: Why & How Dr Santokh S Badesha of National Academy of Inventors Is Helping To Change Our World

November 22, 2022

I have always had a passion for science education. It was instilled in me from childhood and the people who excelled where I am from in India were science majors.

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Moore’s law: The journey ahead

November 22, 2022

The transistor was invented 75 years ago, and the integrated circuit soon thereafter. The progress in making transistors smaller also led to them becoming cheaper, which was famously noted as Moore’s law.

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New acoustic resonators based on commercial field effect transistors

November 11, 2022

A key objective of electronics engineering studies focusing on radio communication is the development of increasingly smaller, lighter, and low-power radio components.

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How a thriving semiconductor industry is emerging in the Silicon Heartland

November 11, 2022

Indiana is developing its engineering-rich, high-tech talent base to position the state as a leader in the country’s growing microelectronics manufacturing industry.

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U.S. probing how American electronics wound up in Russian military gear

October 31, 2022

On a recent afternoon, an unusual group of visitors peered through a window at Purdue University students tinkering in a lab: two dozen executives from the world’s biggest semiconductor companies. The tech leaders had traveled to the small-town campus on the Wabash River to fix one of the biggest problems that they – and the U.S. economy – face: a desperate shortage of engineers.

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Sigstore Announces General Availability at SigstoreCon

October 25, 2022

Today at SigstoreCon, the Sigstore community announced the general availability of its free software signing service giving open source communities access to production-grade stable services for artifact signing and verification.

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Quantum Internet's Capabilities are 'Mind Boggling'

October 12, 2022

The quantum internet, with its promise of data teleportation and ironclad security, sounds like something out of Star Trek.

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Ransomware defence could keep the lights on for millions

October 6, 2022

Researchers in the United States have developed an algorithm to help power companies prioritise security investments and fend off a ransomware attack that could cause millions to lose electricity. No single company has enough resources to protect the entire US power grid, the research group at Purdue University discovered.

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A New Linux Tool Aims to Guard Against Supply Chain Attacks

September 23, 2022

IN THE WAKE of alarming incidents like Russia’s massive 2017 NotPetya malware attack and the Kremlin’s 2020 SolarWinds cyberespionage campaign—both pulled off by poisoning wells for software distribution—organizations around the world have been scrambling to get a handle on software supply chain security.

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Kokomo lot packed with pickups awaiting missing microchips

September 21, 2022

The packed parking lot at the old GM plant is a sign that the semi-conductor chip shortage is still an issue.

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Scientists Open New Frontier in Quantum Science and Technology

August 16, 2022

Researchers have opened a new frontier in quantum science and technology by using photons and electron spin qubits to control nuclear spins in a two-dimensional material. This will enable applications like atomic-scale nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and the ability to read and write quantum information with nuclear spins in 2D materials.

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Purdue Prof: CHIPS Act signing a ‘big moment’

August 10, 2022

President Joe Biden on Tuesday signed the CHIPS and Science Act of 2022 into law, paving the way for a potential major wave of semiconductor manufacturing in the United States, including Indiana.

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