The Department of Computer Information Technology and Graphics at Purdue University Northwest – Calumet Campus, hosted a cyber security training camp for students ages, 9-15, June 20 -June 24, 2016. Purdue University Northwest – Calumet Campus, is a designated National Security Agency & Department of Homeland Security, National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyberdefense Education. Opening and […]
In April Northwest Indiana educators toured Purdue University Calumet’s Center for Innovation Through Visualization and Simulation as part of READY NWI and Region 1 Works Council’s ongoing initiative to increase Career and Technical Education (CTE) awareness.
Twenty eight educators and guidance counselors toured CIVS to gain a better understanding of how the center’s technology and resources are being used to offer new possibilities for education and training leading to possible career paths. “It is amazing to see the work that students are doing in the CIVS center, “said Lindsay Hudak, an Instructional Specialist at Tri-Creek School Corporation. “CIVS opens up opportunities for students to establish strong partnerships with companies where their own project design becomes a reality that leads to an economic benefit for the company.”
HAMMOND | Educators from across Northwest Indiana on Friday donned 3-D glasses at Purdue University Calumet’s Center for Innovation Through Visualization and Simulation as they peered at images of a U.S. Steel Virtual Blast Furnace.
Gary Wirt-Emerson Principal Adrian Richie said this is the industry of the future. These are the kinds of jobs our students will be looking at in the future in Northwest Indiana, he said.
The Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation helped train engineers, technicians, and operators from the steel industry as a part of the annual U. S. Steel Ironmaking Academy Wednesday. The trainees were exposed to models and simulations of many different facets of the blast furnace including the shaft, pulverized coal injection, the hearth, and the […]
Article written by Times Staff and published December 31, 2014 on The Times website. [Opens in New Window] HAMMOND | Some 85 Hammond High School students and their teachers visited Purdue University Calumet’s Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation (CIVS) earlier this month to participate in a simulated learning experience designed to advance insights […]
Article written by Lu Ann Franklin, Times Correspondent, and published January 2, 2015 on The Times website. [Opens in New Window] HAMMOND | The dawn of the Atomic Age in the 1940s unleashed a power that could be used to destroy and create. More than 80 Hammond High School students in Advanced Placement English and […]
The NIST planning committee will meet at the Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation on August 6th to refine goals and objectives for the consortium, identify and assess critical challenges in steel manufacturing, identify additional participants from the value chain, discuss and recommend focus group topics of projects, identify members for the Business and […]
The Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation (CIVS) at Purdue University Calumet will showcase Hammond Academy of Science and Technology (HAST) student projects for Project Lead the Way on April 29, 2014.
About 200 students from the region learned about careers in the local steel industry during a high school engineering seminar Thursday at Purdue University Calumet.
The Association for Iron and Steel Technology (AIST) Foundation Board of Trustees, made up of steel industry leaders, held their semi-annual meeting at CIVS on Oct. 16, 2013. This was the first time the board has met at a non-conference location. During their visit, CIVS staff and students presented an overview of steel-related projects in […]