Dr. Michael Griffin, former NASA Administrator, will be speaking on the current operations of human exploration and general space exploration as well as the expected future changes to the same topics. In his role at NASA, Griffin led a team to advance the U.S. Vision for Space Exploration.
A Purdue University research team has developed a simulation technique as part of a project to help reduce the cost of carbon nanostructures for research and potential commercial technologies, including advanced sensors and batteries.
Allen Garner, an assistant professor of nuclear engineering at Purdue University, has received a 2016 NPSS Early Achievement Award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers' Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society.
A new technology that is easy to manufacture and uses commercially available materials makes it possible to continuously remove oils and other pollutants from water, representing a potential tool for environmental cleanup.
Jan Allebach, the Hewlett-Packard Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has received the 2016 Edwin H. Land Medal jointly awarded by the Optical Society of America and the Society for Imaging Science and Technology.