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If you are searching for experts on subjects ranging from digital archiving, virtual reality, and medical coding to documentary production, assistive technologies, and 3-D printing, chances are we can provide them.
We have identified faculty members in various fields of study who are available and willing to interview for TV, web, print, and radio stories. And we can help you with additional information about our school’s facilities and technology.
We also have photo and video assets that we may be able to provide to you. If you are interested in producing your own footage, contact us to arrange that, too.
Subject Matter Experts
Find an expert in various areas of informatics and computing research, including but not limited to:
- Biomedical Databases and Data Mining
- Biomedical Text Mining
- Graphics, Visualization, and Animation
- Health Games
- Health Information Systems and Technologies
- Human-Computer Interaction
- New Media, Digital Literacy, and Education
- Social Informatics, Technology, and Society
- Structural Bioinformatics and in silico Proteomics
- Systems Biology and Personalized Medicine
Please use these descriptions when publishing or broadcasting stories about the IU School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI or the Informatics Diversity-Enhanced Workforce (iDEW) program.
School of Informatics and Computing
The Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI is the first school of its kind in the nation and a leader in information and data science. The IU School of Informatics and Computing is committed to building a smarter, diverse IT workforce through undergraduate and graduate programs in human-computer interaction, biomedical informatics, biohealth informatics, library and information science, applied data science, and media arts and science.
Informatics Diversity-Enhanced Workforce
Designed and managed by the Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI, the Informatics Diversity-Enhanced Workforce (iDEW) program prepares underrepresented minority and economically disadvantaged high school students in Indiana for informatics and computing careers. Students can participate in iDEW for multiple years during high school, diving into new projects and learning modules as they advance through the program. Many will earn professional IT certifications that prepare them for the workforce or for going on to two-year or four-year academic paths in informatics. Working in teams, iDEW students present informatics projects that tackle real-world problems incorporating mobile apps, robotics, video games, internet of things, chatbots, data visualization and other trends in IT.
Contact us for help identifying a subject matter expert, scheduling interviews or photo shoots, and answering any questions you may have.