Spring 2012 Innovation set for May delivery
Written by TechPurdue // March 14, 2012 // Anderson, Aviation Technology, Building Construction Management, Columbus, Computer and Information Technology, Computer Graphics Technology, Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology, Greensburg, Indianapolis, Innovation Magazine, Kokomo, Lafayette, Mechanical Engineering Technology, New Albany, Richmond, South Bend, TechBytes, Technology Leadership and Innovation // No comments
Robots and related intelligent systems will be part of a majority of homes within the next 15 years, according to Eric Matson, assistant professor of computer and information technology.
His research and new Man to Machine (M2M) lab in the College of Technology are featured in the Spring 2012 edition of Innovation, the college’s alumni magazine. The issue is scheduled to be mailed in early May.
Other stories you’ll find include:
- A feature story on the college’s multidisciplinary approach to the changing face of the electric utility industry
- An examination of the college’s efforts to provide commercialization guidance and assistance to faculty and students
- Profiles of alumni Josh Hurst, mechanical engineering technology, and Candice Nash, organizational leadership and supervision
- Other issues that affect the education of Technology students
The print edition will be mailed in May to College of Technology alumni and donors. The online edition will appear at www.tech.purdue.edu/innovation in May as well.