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AI technology improves critical crack detection in nuclear reactors, bridges, buildings

June 11, 2019

System uses artificial intelligence to help officials identify, repair structural damage before catastrophic incidents

AI technology improves critical crack detection in nuclear reactors, bridges, buildings

Sharing the stream: New solution to free up digital data plans

June 11, 2019

Purdue University researchers have come up with a video streaming framework for users to download content collaboratively.

Sharing the stream: New solution to free up digital data plans

Intelligence Director Coats sees ‘Great Leap’ for AI and Warfare

June 11, 2019

Dan Coats is the U.S. Director of National Intelligence, so his primary concern is the world’s state of war and security as it exists today. Tomorrow’s military and security issues, however, were on his mind during a recent visit to Purdue University.

Intelligence Director Coats sees ‘Great Leap’ for AI and Warfare

Protecting privacy at the ballot box: Secure multiparty computation work could do this and more

June 6, 2019

Computer science professor Tiark Rompf, left, and principal investigator Milind Kulkarni, an electrical and computer engineering professor, are part of a project that will combine programming languages and security research to help build computational trust. Their project, called HACCLE, is receiving fuding from the Intelligence Advanced Research Activity, an organization within the Office of the Director of National Intelligence...

Protecting privacy at the ballot box: Secure multiparty computation work could do this and more

Discovery Park Undergraduate Research Internship program seeking fall semester proposals

June 4, 2019

Proposals are now being accepted from faculty on the West Lafayette campus for Discovery Park’s Undergraduate Research Internship (DURI) program, which supports faculty-led teams of undergraduates to investigate problems in the strategic areas of global security, global health and global sustainability.

Discovery Park Undergraduate Research Internship program seeking fall semester proposals

New course to be offered in Fall 2019; Data Science + Public Policy

June 3, 2019

This course is an introduction to the politics and policies of data science and "big data." Students will gain an understanding of how public policy is made, including the role of data in policymaking.

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Autonomous robots in agricultural fields advance through $200,000 investment to Purdue startup

June 3, 2019

Autonomous robots to collect soil samples, improve and potentially reduce fertilizer use.

Autonomous robots in agricultural fields advance through $200,000 investment to Purdue startup

Image Processing Software Developed by ITaP Staff Engineer Still Used Widely 30 Years Later

June 3, 2019

Software developed by an ITaP engineer has put geospatial data analysis in the hands of researchers and students for a generation now.

Image Processing Software Developed by ITaP Staff Engineer Still Used Widely 30 Years Later

Data Science Project Tracks Spread of Superbugs

May 29, 2019

Audrey Ruple, an assistant professor of veterinary medicine, is developing a surveillance system using data science to monitor the spread of resistance and ultimately help prevent outbreaks of superbugs. Her work is being funded in part through Purdue’s Integrative Data Science Initiative.

Data Science Project Tracks Spread of Superbugs

Data Services Scientist (ARGE) Position

May 28, 2019

Job Summary As the ARGE (Agricultural Research and Graduate Education) Data Services Scientist, you will oversee, and evolve the College of Agriculture’s data pipeline and analytic tool sets toward ever-increasing functionality and ease of use. This position will also contribute by optimizing database access and allocating database resources for optimum configuration, performance and cost, anticipating impact of business decisions and cyclical events on data availability/performance and evaluating/recommending technologies. The Data Services Scientist will translate researcher data pipeline requirements into technical implementation encompassing data transport, quality assurance, cleansing, profiling, extract-transform-load (ETL), metadata enrichment, provenance and lineage, analytics, exploration, mining, machine learning, visualization, modeling, reporting, etc. from variety of data stores and to a variety of destinations. The position will provide consulting and assistance to faculty & graduate students in the effective use of various data pipeline and analytic tool sets and will influence and implement the ongoing development and continuous improvement of processes and system software making up college-level data services supporting scientific endeavor.

Data Services Scientist (ARGE) Position

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