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Recent News

Building bridges Mentoring connections can span generations for women in technical fields

Baum steps down as RIT Director of Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science Stefi Baum appointed dean at University of Manitoba after 10-year tenure RIT

Hubble Telescope Spots an Intergalactic String of Pearls By Alan Boyle No jeweler on the planet can beat the string of pearls spotted by the Hubble Space Telescope: The merger of two elliptical galaxies has created a "necklace" of infant stars st

Diving for pearls with the Hubble Space Telescope RIT astronomers help find star ‘necklace’ connecting elliptical galaxies

Brick City Homecoming & Family Weekend | October 16-19, 2014

35th Annual Telly Awards The Telly Awards honors the very best film & video productions, groundbreaking online video content, and outstanding local, regional, & cable TV commercials and programs.

Taking NASA-USGS’s Landsat 8 to the Beach

Florida Tech-Led Team Awarded Grant to Test Camera on International Space Station

RIT offers career-development workshop on imaging science July 14–24

RIT honors faculty with innovative teaching awards

Recent Publications

Chapter 2 - Localisation of Biomass Potentials

ICDAR 2013 CROHME: Third International Competition on Recognition of Online Handwritten Mathematical Expressions

A Novel Adaptive Scheme for Evaluating Spectral Similarity in High-resolution Urban Scenes.

Using linguistic analysis to characterize conceptual units of thought in spoken medical narratives

Knowledge-Based Automated Road Network Extraction System Using Multispectral Images

The GALEX Nearby Young-Star Survey

Epitaxial oxide bilayer on Pt (001) nanofacets

A shape-based layout descriptor for classifying spatial relationships in handwritten math

The top 10 conservation questions that can be addressed through remote sensing technologies

Coastal Applications of the Canopy Biomass Lidar (CBL) - abstract only

Features

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

Amanda Ziemann: Best Student Poster (DOE Conference on Data Analysis)

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

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