Tag: School of Informatics and Computing

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 »

NSF grant secured by IU Northwest supports promising STEM students

Students at IU Northwest who show promise in science, technology, engineering or math disciplines are now taking advantage of the university’s NSF-AIMS initiative, which seeks to increase the number of STEM graduates at IU Northwest by 10 percent over the next five years. Producing more STEM graduates is a key concern for Indiana’s economy, as… 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 »

Three career fairs/job expos set at IUPUI for the week of Sept. 26-30

Finding one’s career path in college is not easy — and navigating that path in a way that maximizes one’s credentials for prospective employers is more difficult still. That said, IUPUI offers three opportunities in the coming week for students to learn more about career paths, where their planned or ongoing studies fit within that… 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 »

NSWC-Crane, IU sign agreements to collaborate on cybersecurity issues, more dependable defense electronics

As issues involving national security and cybersecurity increasingly intersect, both university and military researchers share increasingly common ground. To maximize the benefits of work from both areas of expertise, IU’s Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research (CACR) and Naval Surface Warfare Center-Crane entered a two-year agreement on July 18 to collaborate in addressing the ever-increasing challenges… Read more »

IU, Naval Surface Warfare Center-Crane to collaborate on improving durability of naval electronics through $450,000 research grant

Research collaboration between Indiana University and Naval Surface Warfare Center-Crane continues to bear fruit, as evidenced with Wednesday’s announcement of a $450,000 grant to be used toward improving the durability of electronics used in a range of critical U.S. Navy systems. David Crandall, a professor at IU’s School of Informatics and Computing, received the grant… Read more »

U.S. Army warrant officers, senior NCOs study security, planning and crisis issues at IUB

  A group of U.S. army warrant officers and senior non-commissioned officers (NCOs) will complete a three-week training program Friday at IU Bloomington that focused on national security, strategic planning and crisis management issues. Known as the IU-IDB Strategic Studies Fellows Program, the course was offered through a partnership with the Institute for Defense and… Read more »