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July 18, 2018

Sharpie or glue stick make cutting "gummy" metals easier

Everyday permanent markers, glue sticks and packing tape may offer a surprisingly low-tech solution to a long-standing nuisance in the manufacturing industry: Making soft and ductile, or so-called "gummy" metals, easier to cut.
July 17, 2018

IE int’l alum featured in GlobalMaker article

Purdue IE alum Aslanbek Xembayev (BSIE 2016) is featured in a College of Engineering GlobalMakers article, part of a series about international engineering students who have succeeded at Purdue and beyond.
July 10, 2018

IE’s India-TVS Maymester internship’s 2nd year

Five undergraduate IE students interned this summer at TVS Motor Company in Bangalore and Hosur, India, from May 5-26. The group of nine students also included three graduate students from the Krannert School of Management and one graduate student from Purdue Polytechnic.
July 6, 2018

Alum Spotlight: David Hornthal

In Purdue IE’s Alumni Spotlights video series, Crosly & Associates’ David Hornthal (BSIE 2002, MSIE 2003) talks about how Purdue Industrial Engineering prepared him well - both inside and outside the classroom - for his career and current position.
July 5, 2018

Martinez teaches gifted elementary students

High-ability children think big thoughts! Ramses Martinez, assistant professor of industrial engineering and biomedical engineering, used a spherical rolling robot and wireless power transfer module to teach elementary students during Purdue’s Gifted Education Resource Institute (GERI) Super Summer.
July 2, 2018

Mapping the brain with data science

Patients with dementia and other neural diseases show physical symptoms such as stumbling and confusion, but identifying the problem isn’t as simple as taking an X-ray. A group of researchers at Purdue University are designing data-driven tools that will help clinicians better understand the progression of neurodegenerative diseases by identifying and tracking changes in the brain.
June 20, 2018

3 IE faculty participate in PEGASAS

Three IE faculty members and a graduate student presented research at a recent meeting of Partnership to Enhance General Aviation Safety, Accessibility and Sustainability (PEGASAS).
June 18, 2018

Quinn models network interactions

Modeling network interactions can illuminate things ranging from how the brain works to irrigation’s impact on groundwater.
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