2019 marks 50 years since Purdue Engineering alumnus Neil Armstrong’s “one small step” inspired the world towards seemingly limitless human and technological achievement. On this historic occasion, Purdue Engineering is proud to launch the prestigious Neil Armstrong Distinguished Visiting Fellows program, which brings highly accomplished and recognized scholars and practitioners to the college to catalyze collaborations with faculty and students. Fellows are individuals who have been eminently recognized for their impact and achievements in engineering or related disciplines, who collaborate with Purdue Engineering faculty members on research projects and initiatives including new research directions, industry engagement, on-campus and online educational efforts, increasing diversity and inclusion, as well as entrepreneurship. Their selections are based on nominations made by faculty and the proposed impact of their research and visit on Purdue Engineering.
October 20, 2020
Lecture: Failure of Long-Span Cable-Supported Timber Pedestrian Bridges
March 3, 2020
Lecture: Evaluation and Repair of Concrete Buildings: The Tale of Two High-Profile
Projects in the U.S.
March 22, 2019
Speaking to AAE400 Senior Seminar
March 26-28, 2019
J. William Uhrig and Anastasia Vournas Distinguished Short Course Series
April 1, 2019
Ethics Panel with IAC members
October 10, 2019
Lecture: Land Water, Energy and Carbon Cycles Coupling Diagnosed from Remotely Sensed Global Observations from NASA's SMAP mission
April 9, 2019
Lecture: One Collapse, Two Load Tests and Several Repairs.
April 12-13, 2019
Opening Talk at the 4th Midwest Smart Structures Colloquium
March 31, 2021
Lecture: Reflected in Water: Notes on Development, Resilience & Inequalities
April 2, 2019
Research Workshop: Structural and Functional Dynamics of Complex Networks
Lecture: River Networks as Ecological Corridors