Ramses Martinez, has developed to make the Internet of Things more practical for everyday use. This internet is any network of devices that could one day include various items in your home in addition to smart fridges and smartwatches.
Purdue University engineers have developed a method to transform existing cloth items into battery-free wearables resistant to laundry. These smart clothes are powered wirelessly through a flexible, silk-based coil sewn on the textile.
A multi-disciplinary collaboration between the School of Nursing, the School of Industrial Engineering, the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering and ITaP has developed new ways to improve training for nursing students.
IE Graduate student Ruoxing Wang won the “Best Presentation Award” for her oral presentation titled “Holistic Engineering of Biocompatible and Biodegradable Polymers as Wearable Triboelectric Devices for Self-Powered Cardiovascular Monitoring” in Symposium NM09 : Nanogenerators and Piezotronics during the Materials Research Society Spring Meeting 2021, (04/2021, virtual format).
An estimated 25.5 million people have some type of travel-limiting disability, making daily trips to work, doctor’s appointments, grocery stores, and family outings difficult, if not impossible. Autonomous vehicles (AVs) have the potential to make such trips, which most people take for granted, available and convenient for persons with disabilities.
The School of Industrial Engineering at Purdue University seeks a Professor of Engineering Practice and Program Coordinator to direct the recently established Professional Master’s Program (PMP). This position will focus on coordinating the PMP program,