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Informatics grad finds path to success in IT at Salesforce, Indianapolis

Animation of sea turtle

MAS students create 3D animation; bring international awareness to ocean plastics issue

Students with video cameras work on a Virtual Reality film production in the Emerging Technology Lab using the large IQ wall monitor.

Virtual film production provides real-world skills for School of Informatics and Computing students

Sports Analytics grad student calls stats for March Madness

Physician and parents with child in hospital room.

Andrew Miller receives National Science Foundation award

View of smartphone with someone using a chatbot.

Students can earn Rasa AI Assistant Developer Certificate

Abhinav Sikharam

Abhinav Sikharam continues to demonstrate talent for pitching innovative ideas

Rock star informatics grad earns dream gig at Rockstar Games

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Creativity on display during Informatics’ virtual capstone event

Award furthers professor’s work with health tracking tools to benefit Black Americans

HCI assistant professor studies casual data sharing errors on social media

Students rise to the COVID Challenge

Data visualization of Lorenz attractor system, also known as butterfly effect

Chakraborty awarded NSF grant to develop AI approaches for identifying dynamic clinical data patterns, causal links in text

Media Arts and Science alumnus Clark Knittle with video camera

MAS alumnus crosses the finish line with Resilience Racing

Informatics student and LiFT Scholar Isabel Lopez

Isabel Lopez, IUPUI LiFT Scholar, takes part in highly selective i3 program

Khairi Reda and Jingwen Yan

Two School of Informatics and Computing researchers receive prestigious NSF CAREER grants

MAS alumna Mary Katherine Fitzpatrick

MAS intern uses art and technology to promote healing via digital storytelling

Members of Tech to Protect team and advisor Sonny Kirkley.

Students win Tech to Protect Challenge, innovate informatics solutions for first responders

MAS grad student Xiaochen Yu outside on campus

MAS graduate student creates seamless online experiences for Walmart shoppers

AMIA Challenge Team, left to right, BHI Faculty Saptarshi Purkayastha, Kevin Horan, Radhika Ravindran, Anushri Rajapuri, and IU School of Medicine researcher Sherry Bucher

Students’ “Essential Care for Every Baby” app wins at AMIA

A toad sits on a platform surrounded by a circle of cameras

Students help preserve endangered species for future generations with AR app

All members of the highschool mobile app competition teams and mentors pose on stairs in IT building

Mobile App UX Competition participants demonstrate their “drive” for solutions

Virtual reality game built by IUPUI students challenges players to escape from Breakout High

Bianca Chavis selected to address science organizations at national S-STEM symposium

Sights set on Hollywood: IUPUI student thrives in Semester in L.A. program