A Purdue-based company that designs software and performs in-field analysis to help wine grape growers and winemakers improve crop quality and sustainability has won a two-year federal grant worth more than $500,000.
She will serve as the General Chair of the 2019 IEEE MTT-S International Conference on Numerical Electromagnetic and Multiphysics Modeling and Optimization (NEMO) to be held in Boston, MA, USA on May 29-31, 2019.
In the U.S. News & World Report survey “Best Colleges 2018,” Purdue’s College of Engineering ranked 8th nationally among doctoral-granting universities. Electrical Engineering came in at #8, while Computer Engineering was #12.
He was recognized for his work on plasmon nano-optical tweezers. He was advised by Professors Alexandra Boltasseva and George Nnanna and collaborated with Professor Steve Wereley. Justus will be joining the faculty in the School of Engineering at Vanderbilt University this fall as an Assistant Professor.
The Big Ten Academic Alliance-ALP is designed to develop the leadership and managerial skills of faculty who have demonstrated exceptional ability and administrative promise. It is specifically oriented to the challenges of academic administration of major research universities and to the preparation of faculty members to meet those challenges.
ECE's Associate Professor Dionysios Aliprantis served as a member of the committee that wrote the report, which focuses on the ability of the power grid to ride through and recover from large-scale long-duration power outages.
Aaron Ault, Senior Research Engineer (ECE), and Sam Noel, graduate student in agricultural and biological engineering, were part of the Open Ag Technology and Systems (OATS) group. The challenge was to use data from five different companies in swine production to improve some aspect of how pork is raised or distributed.