Tag: Informatics and IT

NY Times: Indianapolis emerging as a technology hub; IU among state universities supplying tech talent

A recent New York Times article offered the nation, in fact the world, an overview of something that Hoosiers have known for several years now — that Indianapolis is more than a manufacturing center and is taking its place as a technology center. Just a few examples cited in the story included: The expansion of… Read more »

IU SoIC, NSWC Crane sign ‘smart tech’ research and development agreement

Wednesday marked another red-letter day in terms of collaboration between Indiana University and Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane, as a “smart tech” R&D agreement was signed between the facility and IU’s School of Informatics and Computing. Research conducted under the pact will help integrate modern “smart” technology into current systems vital to the nation’s defense…. Read more »

Acharya to serve as keynote speaker for BEDC’s annual meeting Wednesday

The dean of Indiana University’s School of Informatics and Computing, Raj Acharya, will give the keynote address at the Bloomington Economic Development Corp.’s annual meeting set for 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Bloomington/Monroe County Convention Center. Along with his duties as dean, Acharya is the James H. Rudy Professor of Engineering, Computer Science and Informatics… Read more »

IU Northwest to offer online bachelors degree in informatics in fall 2017

Starting in the fall of 2017, IU Northwest will begin offering an online option for students who seek a bachelor’s degree in informatics. The curriculum will be jointly administered by six campuses that include IUN, IU Kokomo, IU East, IU South Bend, IU Southeast and IUPUI. “By sharing resources, IU Northwest can offer an informatics… Read more »

WHITE: Inaugural Online Conference at IUPUI unites IU faculty statewide

If Indiana University does not readily come to mind when it comes to online education, it probably will once you consider these facts: Today, more than 27,000 students take at least one IU course online. Within Indiana, only Ivy Tech Community College has more online students — and IU’s numbers are growing steadily. They have… Read more »

McRobbie emphasizes internships, increased support for local and faculty-based startups during visit to IU South Bend campus

Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie took to the rooftops of South Bend on Wednesday to spread a message he has carried throughout a statewide tour to IU campuses and their host cities throughout the past year. From the top of the city’s former Studebaker Corp. assembly building, which along with Union Station Technology Center… Read more »

Pinterest founder and CEO Ben Silbermann among keynotes for Research Horizons event Sept. 8-9

Some of Indiana University’s brightest minds in informatics and computing will come together Sept. 8-9 at IU’s Cyberinfrastructure Building for Research Horizons. This inaugural event, designed to spark conversations on how research drives innovation, is chocked full of seminars on topics that range from artificial intelligence, security and bioinformatics to big data, programming languages and… Read more »