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Recent News

The sky’s the limit RIT becomes part of national plans to improve use of unmanned aircraft systems

Women in science, technology, engineering and entrepreneurship connect at RIT April 28 Professional organization looks to increase membership


RIT graduate students recognized for exemplary research in astrophysics Students in RIT’s astrophysical sciences and technology program awarded for excellence

RIT scientists and alumni recognized for contributions to Landsat 8 Imaging scientists on calibration/validation team win prestigious award

Teens explore bio-technology, packaging and optics at Workforce Innovations Conference

Student Affairs Awards 2014 recognize excellence and commitment of faculty and staff

20th commemoration and remembrance of Rwandan Genocide April 7 at RIT Discussion with Rwandan survivors and activists explores country’s past and pres

Associate Professor Maria Helguera featured in publication from Pontifical Catholic University of Peru

Shedding light on Earth-like planets RIT advances imaging detector technologies

Recent Publications

Image inpainting and its application in video CAPTCHA text removal

Colorimetric characterization of a 3D printer with a spectral model

Differentiation between malignant and normal human thyroid tissue using frequency analysis of multispectral photoacoustic images.

Mysteries and Discoveries from the Chandra Planetary Nebulae Suvery (ChanPlaNS)

Multimodality Imaging of Daguerreotypes and Development of a Registration Program for Image Evaluation

A novel approach to temperature-emissivity separation using a multiple-window smoothness criteria

Derived Data Products of Wildland Fires as Observed from Hi-Res Time-Resolved Imaging

Chandra and ROSAT Observations of Abell 194: Detection of an X-Ray CAvity and Mapping the Dynamics of the Cluster

Frequency Analysis of Multispectral Photoacoustic Images for Differenriating Malignant Region from the Normal Region in Excised Human Prostate

J. Papa, J.Qiao “Holographic Correction of Surface Errors on Large-Scale Diffraction Gratings” OSA-CIOMP International Session on Optical Design, Engineering, and Fabrications, Changchun, China, 4-10 August, 2013


CIS's Dr. John Schott inducted into RIT's Innovation Hall of Fame.
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CIS's Information Products Lab for Emergency Response works to improve disaster response through imaging. (View video)

CIS student Monica Cook selected for video feature as part of the RIT Office of the Provost student profile series (View video)

Recent Awards

Rose Rustowicz: RIT Outstanding Undergraduate Scholar Award (Rochester Institute of Technology)

Margaret Castle: RIT Outstanding Undergraduate Scholar Award (Rochester Institute of Technology)

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