Hot stuff: Tackling extreme temperatures of hypersonic flight

Hypersonic flight is hot — in more ways than one. It’s a big area for research in defense applications and potentially in commercial aircraft to compress travel times in a globalized world. But it’s also just flat-out hot at the leading edges like the nose cone and wings, reaching temperatures in excess of 1,800˚C while traveling at five times the speed of sound.

March 24, 2020

ME/BME Prof. C.H. Lee wins Early Career Research Award

With all public gatherings cancelled, we want to recognize the ME faculty that were scheduled to receive Faculty Excellence Awards from Purdue's College of Engineering.

March 26, 2020

CAREER Award supports ECE’s Rogers project on accelerated computing

A project from Timothy Rogers, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, aims to increase the number of individuals and problems that can benefit from energy-efficient, accelerated computing. The research is being funded through the National Science Foundation (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) Award.

March 26, 2020

National Academies names ChE Head Kim to committee on chemical engineering's future

Purdue University’s Dr. Sangtae Kim has been named to a newly formed National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine committee charged with outlining an ambitious vision for chemical engineering research, innovation, and education that will guide the profession for the next 30 years.

April 7, 2020


Engineering IMPACT: Spring 2019 cover

Engineering IMPACT: Spring 2019

Frontiers: Summer 2019 cover

Frontiers: Summer 2019

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