December 1, 2016
Violet Sistovaris, Executive Vice President & President of NIPSCO visited CIVS to learn how technology at CIVS is supporting NIPSCO and other industries. During the visit, Sistovaris experienced the HTC Vive Virtual Reality (VR) Headset used by CIVS for developing VR training programs.read more ... NIPSCO Leader Visits CIVS
November 28, 2016
On Monday , November 28, 2016 , PNW Professor Shannon O’Brian in conjuction with Purdue Northwest Future Educator Leadership Board, showed a screening and discussion of the documentary “He named Me Malala”.read more ... "He Named Me Malala" Documentary screening and Discussion held at CIVS
November 18, 2016
On Friday, November 18, 2016, Purdue Northwest University, hosted an event at the Calumet Campus called” Walk into My Future at Purdue Northwest”. to an audience of fifth grade students from the Hobart School System. Approximately 280 middle school students came to the Calumet campus to experience some of the college degrees Purdue University Northwest has to offer.The Center for Innovation for Visualization & Simulation was delighted to be part of the event. Students viewed a video in the 3D Immersive Theater in CIVS that showed highlights of the steel industry.read more ... CIVS Part of Walk into My Future at PNW Event
November 16, 2016
The Center for Innovation through Simulation and Visualization (CIVS), proudly hosted over 2-days, the Annual Steel Manufacturing Simulation and Visualization Consortium (SMSVC) Meeting at Purdue University Northwest, in Hammond, Indiana. The SMSVC is a steel industry consortium which focuses on the development of simulation and visualization technologies to address major issues faced by the steel industry.read more ... SMSVC Annnual Meeting held at CIVS November 16-17, 2016
November 11, 2016
On Friday November 11, 2016, as part of Purdue’s National Distance Learning Week’s events , Purdue Northwest University held an event in Gyte 143, in effort to promote distance learning and digital learning. The event was held live but was broadcasted via WebEx to all the Purdue University campuses.
The Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation (CIVS) was featured as part of the event. CIVS projects that where highlighted included Fall Safety Protection, Appealia, and the FIPSE wind turbine project.
November 11, 2016
This presentation detailed the development and creation of the serious game “Appealia,” designed to teach rhetorical appeals. The game was developed with technical support and assistance from CIVS.read more ... Serious Games in the Humanities: "Appealia" presented by Dr. Mark Mabrito with Ms. Tiffany Fisher
November 9, 2016
Supported by cutting edge technologies, the Purdue Northwest Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation (CIVS) has helped various industries save more than $40 million in production and efficiency costs.read more ... Chancellor's Message: CIVS is playing vital role in PNW efforts to impact NWI & beyond
November 4, 2016
Clean energy doesn’t always mean wind and solar technology. It can also mean how companies operate in producing products such as steel says Chenn Q. Zhou, director of the Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation (CIVS) at Purdue University Northwest.read more ... Green in More Ways Than One
October 28, 2016
Several CIVS Students have been awarded grants to continue their research projects in the field of engineering. Congratulations our students and their mentors.read more ... CIVS Undergraduates Awarded Research Grants
October 28, 2016
Dr. Chenn Zhou, Director, and John Moreland, Senior Research Computer Scientist, of the Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation (CIVS) at Purdue Northwest University, presented projects created and developed by CIVS, including a 3D wind turbine training program. Other projects presented by Dr. Zhou and John Moreland, included safety projects related to the steel industry, the automotive industry, and laboratory environments.read more ... CIVS to Present at National ATE Principal Investigators Conference in Washington D.C.
October 19, 2016
HAMMOND —Nearly 300 teens from Indiana and Illinois high schools had a chance to do hands-on engineering projects Friday at Purdue University Northwest Calumet campus in Hammond.
The students attended the Ninth Annual High School Engineering Seminar at PNW sponsored by the Association for Iron & Steel Midwest Chapter.
9th Annual High School Engineering Seminar, sponsored by the Association for Iron & Steel Technology -Midwest Chapter
October 19, 2016
On Friday, October 21, 2016, Purdue University Northwest will host the 9th Annual High School Engineering Seminar, sponsored by the Association for Iron & Steel Technology -Midwest Chapter (AIST). Approximately 300 high School students, from several Northwest Indiana and Chicagoland high schools, will attend the day at PNW, engaging in hand-on activities related to science, technology engineering and mathematics (STEM).read more ... 9th Annual High School Engineering Seminar, sponsored by the Association for Iron & Steel Technology -Midwest Chapter
October 17, 2016
Dr. Chenn Zhou was awarded Best Paper in the Models and Methods Session at the 8th International Conference on Physical and Numerical Simulation of Materials Processing in Seattle, Washington from October 14-17, 2016. There were nearly 200 experts in the areas of melting, casting, forging, annealing and quenching attending the conference.read more ... Professor Chenn Zhou receives best paper award at 8th International Conference
October 14, 2016
Every Friday, the Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation holds a seminar for students, from 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. in the 3D Immersive Theater (Powers 115). The target audience is CIVS research engineers and student workers, but the seminars are open to any students in the engineering dept. Friday CIVS seminars will take place till the end of the school year. We look forward to seeing new faces at the Friday CIVS Seminars.
For more information, please contact CIVS at (219) 989-2765 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
October 12, 2016
On October 12, 2016, Dr. Mueller was given the opportunity to view first hand some of the projects CIVS students have been working on. Two of the projects demonstrated were the 3D Interactive traing program of a working blast furnace, a virtual reality safety program for the steel industry.read more ... Dr. Ralph O. Mueller, PNW Provost and Vice Chancellor and Visits CIVS
October 10, 2016
Dr. Chenn Q. Zhou, AIST Foundation Trustee, was interviewed for the October issue of AIST Iron & Steel Technology.read more ... Interview with Chenn Q. Zhou AIST Foundation Trustee
October 6, 2016
Over 40 members of Alverno-Compass Company came to the Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation on October 6, 2016 to view an updated virtual tour of the renovations recently done at Alverno. CIVS students created a video that was developed into a two High Definition versions: 2D and 3D. A Virtual Reality and a touchscreen demo were also developed for the project.read more ... Alverno - Compass Group View Presentation at CIVS
October 5, 2016
The ArcelorMittal Energy Health Fair for employees took place at the Deerfield Training Center, in Burns harbor, Indiana, on October 5 and 6, 2016. The Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation (CIVS) held a booth at the event to share information about some of the virtual training regarding safety.read more ... CIVS Holds Booth at ArcelorMittal Health and Energy Fair
September 30, 2016
On Friday, September 30th, 2016, The Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation (CIVS) and The Department of Mechanical & Civil Engineering sponsored a presentation given by Dr. Rama S.R. Gorla on Probabilistic Study of Fluid Structure Interaction in the Immersive Theater.read more ... Dr. Rama S.R. Gorla gives presentation on Probabilistic Study of Fluid Structure Interaction
September 28, 2016
The Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation hosts chemistry classes in the 3D Immersive Theater for Purdue Northwest University chemistry students. Giving students a 3D immersive experience of molecules gives students a better understanding of molecules.read more ... PNW Chemistry students Recieve an Immersive 3D Learning Experience