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Outreach and Engagement

June 11, 2019

Purdue Institute for Integrative Neuroscience has recently participated in Nano Days, PUNS, and PAMR.

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Intelligence Director Coats sees 'Great Leap' for AI and Warfare

June 10, 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. Coats, a former U.S. senator and House of Representatives member from Indiana, appeared on campus May 14 as part of the University’s Dan CoatsSymposium on Ethics, Technology and the Future of War and Security. The day’s events, including Coats’ keynote, focused on the national security challenges posed by rapid advances in artificial intelligence, machine learning and other emerging technologies.

Intelligence Director Coats sees 'Great Leap' for AI and Warfare

AI Technology Improves Critical Crack Detection in Nuclear Reactors, Bridges, Buildings

June 10, 2019

A tiny crack in a nuclear reactor, skyscraper, bridge or dam can cause catastrophic consequences. The Minneapolis bridge collapse, which killed 13 people in 2007, is just one example of what can happen when structural integrity is compromised. Unidentified or underidentified structural damage in nuclear reactors can be cataclysmic. Inspection of critical systems such as nuclear reactors is complicated and time-consuming.

AI Technology Improves Critical Crack Detection in Nuclear Reactors, Bridges, Buildings

Protein shows promise in treating Parkinson’s disease

June 10, 2019

Research led by Seema Mattoo identifies a protein that could be used to treat or prevent Parkinson’s disease.

Protein shows promise in treating Parkinson’s disease

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

June 10, 2019

A system under development at Purdue University uses artificial intelligence to detect cracks captured in videos of nuclear reactors. The system analyzes video, frame by frame, to detect any cracks.

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

Bridgette Tonnsen- Big Idea Challenge 2.0 winner, "From Cell Cultures to Community Cultures: Bringing Precision Health to Autism"

June 7, 2019

Bridgette Tonnsen- Big Idea Challenge 2.0 winner, "From Cell Cultures to Community Cultures: Bringing Precision Health to Autism"

Bridgette Tonnsen- Big Idea Challenge 2.0 winner, "From Cell Cultures to Community Cultures: Bringing Precision Health to Autism"

EVPRP/Discovery Park social media accounts featuring 150 years of research

June 6, 2019

Throughout June, the Discovery Park and Research@Purdue social media accounts will feature research in the areas of space exploration, artificial intelligence, health and longevity, and sustainable economy and planet as well as cross-cutting pieces that showcase two or more of these areas.

EVPRP/Discovery Park social media accounts featuring 150 years of research

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

June 5, 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

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

June 5, 2019

Purdue University researchers developed a novel video streaming framework that allows users to download content collaboratively. This new technology is an algorithm that allows everyone in that group to share the video stream, which means higher video quality and lower data use per person.

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

PIIN Life Sciences-Engineering Workshop Series

June 5, 2019

The Purdue Institute for Integrative Neuroscience in June and July will hold a series of life sciences-engineering workshops designed to create interdisciplinary research teams focused on tackling major problems in neuroscience.

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