Discovery Park’s Purdue Policy Research Institute (PPRI) hosted its final workshop in a connected and autonomous transportation vehicles series on February 7. Four panelists participated in “What IF Self-driving Cars Impact Jobs? CATV Ethics + Policy Workshop: Workforce Impact”, including Barrett Caldwell, professor of industrial engineering.
Last spring, two Purdue IE students traveled to the Middle East to present their IE 431 Capstone (senior) project findings to the executives of a Jordanian company. The executives were so pleased with Purdue IE’s results that their business group sponsored a second Capstone project during the Fall 2018 semester.
At the beginning, medical school was a bit of a struggle for Steven Dumbauld. The struggle eased, though, as he realized how his Purdue Industrial Engineering degree gave him an edge — even next to peers with PhDs in biochemistry.
To help celebrate Purdue University’s 150th anniversary, this month the School of Industrial Engineering will feature some of the many GIANT LEAPS made by our own amazing alumni, super students, and fantastic faculty.
IE PhD student Denys Bulikhov spent the first two weeks of 2019 in a Mars simulation research station in the Utah desert. The mission's purpose was to improve technical expertise and knowledge in preparation for future travel to Mars.
Focusing on technology consulting, student-run consulting club Purdue Solutions enables engineering, technology and business students to work with real clients on real projects. This semester about 40 students are participating in the club.