The Special Interest Group on Applied Computing has awarded Mathew Palakal, associate dean for graduate studies and research in the IU School of Informatics at IUPUI, its Distinguished Service Award for providing outstanding service to the organization’s annual Symposium on Applied Computing. Recipients of this award have held different positions on the symposium organizing committee.
Research Day held on April 5th at the Campus Center Theater is IUPUI’s Open House celebration of its cutting-edge and multifaceted research and scholarly activities.
Four students in the IU School of Informatics graduate program of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) at IUPUI have been recognized for their research by the premiere international conferences on human-computer interaction.
One of the most anticipated events on the calendar for the IU School of Informatics at IUPUI is just around the corner, and you are invited to attend! On Friday, April 26, 4:00-8:00 P.M., graduating students from the School of Informatics will be presenting their Capstone projects.
IUPUI School of Informatics announces new PhD minor program to empower students performing life sciences and human computer interaction research
IUPUI’s innovative and award-winning approach to education has taken another step forward.
As part of the Human Computer Interaction (HCI), Bio and Health Informatics programs at the IU School of Informatics at IUPUI, PhD students will now have an opportunity to broaden their knowledge skills, strengthening existing ties with other programs and academic schools within and across the IUPUI campus.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s Rhonda Winter, Chief Information Officer, is the Keynote Speaker for the 3rd Annual Women in Technology (WiT) Networking and Career Day.
The event will be from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., March 26, in the IUPUI Campus Center Room 450C. In addition to the keynote address, the event includes a research poster competition, and speed presentations with work from women students; a networking session to connect with women faculty and business leaders in technical fields; a career fair where attendees can meet potential employers; and the opportunity to connect with other women students in technology and tech-related degree programs. This event is open to all degree programs.