News on Consortium activities and the steel industry.
- CIVS Receives $480,000 Grant May 15, 2014
HAMMOND, Ind. a�� Purdue University Calumeta��s Center for Innovation through Visualization (CIVS) and Simulation has received a $480,000 federal grant to launch a consortium intended to benefit the United States steel industry.
- NIST Awards 19 Advanced Manufacturing Technology Planning Grants May 8, 2014
Purdue Calumeta��s Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation (CIVS) last week received a $480,000 federal grant to launch a consortium that will benefit the steel industry. The two-year grant from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) was announced May 8. Please see related stories below and click on the link for additional ...
- Advanced Simulation and Visualization for Steel Optimization Consortium May 6, 2014
With commitments of support from 14 companies and other organizations, Purdue University Calumet aims to launch a consortium that will work toward long-range technical solutions that steel companies and their suppliers can implement to improve efficiency, lower production costs, and advance the quality of steel manufacturing in the United States. The steel-manufacturing consortium’s initial task ...
- CIVS and U.S. Steel Give Keynote for AIST Midwest Chapter Meeting April 9, 2014
a�?Process Optimization and Cost Savings for U.S. Steel Provided by the Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulationa�? was the title of the keynote address given by Jamie Lash, a U.S. Steel engineer, Chenn Zhou, CIVS director, and Bin Wu, CIVS research engineer. Representatives from over 300 steel industry companies were present for the ...
- Innovation Key to Regiona��s Future, Leaders Say April 4, 2014
HAMMOND| In a decade, Northwest Indiana could have a lakefront lined with a high-rises, a convention center and a restaurant with sweeping views. The Calumet Region could have improved transportation infrastructure, more advanced manufacturing, top-notch job training programs and a highly skilled workforce.