Free Bagel AND Donut Day Sponsored by KLA

Hey Free-Food Lovers!

Thursday, April 7th, there will be Free Bagels and Donuts by the Engineering Fountain courtesy of HKN and KLA.

Visit the HKN Lounge in EE24 or the Engineering Fountain between 11am – 2pm, while supplies last.

Our sponsor KLA is the leading semiconductor equipment manufacturer that supplies process control and yield management (inspection and metrology) systems for chip and nanoelectronics manufacturers.

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IUPUI hosts undergrad research opportunity

We are glad to share with you that IUPUI will be offering research opportunities for undergrad students. Funded by National Science Foundation, selected students will have the following benefits: (1) Stipends: $6,000; (2) Travel assistance up to: $600; (3) Free on-campus housing; (4) Living expense: $120/week; and (5) Conference support (for selected students) up to: $1,700. The research project title is REU Site: Research Experience for Undergraduates in High Efficiency Computing. More information can be found here: https://cavalonordestino.wixsite.com/reu-iupui

Purdue’s Early Discovery Program

Purdue University College of Engineering is now accepting applications for our Early Discovery event! Be empowered to build your network and discover your next step. This interactive two-day FREE online event will feature expert speakers and interactive discussions on topics like: Is Grad School for Me?, Graduate School Funding, Careers with a Graduate Degree, and more!  

Application Deadline: Submit your Early Discovery application no later than March 10, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. EST.

Virtual Dates:
Sunday, April 10, 2022; 3pm – 6:00pm EDT and
Monday, April 11, 2022; 6pm – 8:30pm EDT
Times are tentative. Final schedule will be shared with selected participants

Student Eligibility: 
Students must meet the following eligibility criteria in order to participate in the program:

  • US Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Member of an underrepresented minority group in engineering (including Hispanic, Black or African American, Native American, Native Hawaiian, or Pacific Islander)
  • Pursuing a bachelor’s degree in any engineering discipline, and two or more years from graduation
  • GPA 3.0 or greater
  • Interest in and potential for graduate study

Learn more at http://engineering.purdue.edu/earlydiscovery or watch this video for more information!

ECE Student Poster Board Session: MSEE Design Center on Feb. 24th from 2-4pm

The Elmore ECE Emerging Frontiers Center on the Crossroads of Quantum and AI invites all Purdue researchers to participate in a poster session in the MSEE Design Center on Feb. 24th from 2-4pm EST on topics of interest to the center. Distinguished Neil Armstrong Visiting Professor Moti Segev will lead a panel of judges to select the top three posters. The winners will receive a $100 VISA gift card, their poster displayed in the MSEE atrium, and dinner with Moti and several other researchers immediately following the event. Refreshments will be provided for all participants. Previously used posters are welcome for the session. You are responsible for providing your poster at the event. We are also looking for experienced faculty, staff, and postdoctoral researchers to judge the poster session. To register for the event as a participant or judge, please fill out the following registration survey https://forms.gle/9nkyg5pZt77pvCb28.

Date: Feb. 24 from 2-4pm EST

Location: In-Person in MSEE Design Studio

Topics of Interest: Quantum, AI, Machine Learning, Big Data, Large Scale Manufacturing, Photonics, Neuromorphic Computing

If you are unsure if your research aligns with the topics of interest, please feel free to reach out to Thomas Roth (rothte@purdue.edu), Joy Wang (joywang@purdue.edu), or Sasha Boltasseva (aeb@purdue.edu). For more information about the topics of interest to the Elmore Center, please see (https://engineering.purdue.edu/Elmore-EFC)