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Rosen Center for Advanced Computing (RCAC) Digital Twins Symposium

The Rosen Center for Advanced Computing (RCAC) invites you to our upcoming symposium on Digital Twins taking place April 11, 2023 from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Join us to learn about digital twins and corresponding advancements and research happening here at Purdue University. The event will include talks from Purdue researchers about the impact of digital twins in diverse fields such as manufacturing, urban modeling, digital forestry, and self-driving automobiles. Also presenting will be representatives from Nvidia hosting a session on building digital twins with their Omniverse platform.


Digital Twins Symposium Itinerary:

When: April 11, 2023 1-5PM

Location: Envision Center (located in the tunnel connecting the Union and Stewart Center)

  •  1:00-1:05 Welcome and Introductions;
  •  1:05-1:30 Digital Twins and their Role in Manufacturing; Nathan Hartman - Purdue Polytechnic Institute
  •  1:30-1:55 Purdue's New Imaging Plant Sensors & Robots for Earlier Detection of Diseases and Nutrient Stresses; Jian Jin -Agricultural and Biological Engineering
  •  1:55-2:20 Digital Twinning of Forest Ecosystems; Songlin Fei - Forestry and Natural Resources
  •  2:20-2:30 Break
  •  2:30-2:55 Deep Generative Modeling of Urban Spaces; Daniel Aliaga - Computer Science
  •  2:55-3:20 Digital Twins for Connected and Automated Vehicles; Ziran Wang - Civil Engineering
  •  3:20-4:20 NVIDIA - Building Digital Twins with Omniverse
  •  4:20-5:00 Panel Discussion

This is an in-person event with a virtual attendance option. Seating is limited, so please register for in-person attendance at:

Zoom link for virtual participation:


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