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“It’s a fun sound that you can do a lot with � It’s definitely nostalgic,” said musician Jim DeWitt, a graduate of RIT’s Information Sciences and Technology program and current RIT web developer. DeWitt is the bass player in Revengineers, an instrumental electronic rock band new to the Rochester indie scene. The band’s unique sound that he is referring to comes not from a guitar or a bass, but from the inner workings of a handheld videogame console: a Nintendo Game Boy. Such an abstract musical addition might deliver images of floormates beeping buttons in unison in a sweaty Computer Science ...
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Since 1829, the Rochester Institute of Technology has been growing, developing and innovating at breakneck speeds. Over the course of its 181-year journey, the university has been led by nine individuals, all of whom have helped mold one of the nation’s leading technical universities into what it is today. From its 100-year-old co-op program to the more recent green initiatives of today, RIT is the product of an impressive, accomplished line of leadership. In 1910, the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (later to become the Rochester Institute of Technology), elected its first president: Carleton Gibson. From ... market research, surveys and trends
NJIT: News: 2010-166
Ian Gatley, PhD, internationally known in the fields of astronomy and imaging science, has been named NJIT Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs. His appointment will be Distinguished Professor in the Department of Physics.  Gatley’s first day at NJIT will be Monday, May 3, 2010 as he prepares for the start of the 2010 fall semester.  Gatley currently leads the Center for Student Innovation at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT).  The Center serves as a hub and clearing-house of RIT innovation resources.  He previously served as Dean of the College of Science. While at ... market research, surveys and trends


Slaughter Announces $2.4 Million for Delphi/RIT Fuel Cell Project
Congresswoman Louise Slaughter was on the RIT campus March 13 to announce new funding for a partnership between RIT and Delphi Corp. to commercialize solid-oxide fuel cells for military and commercial applications. March 16, 2009 — Follow William Dube on Twitter Follow RITNEWS on Twitter Congresswoman Louise Slaughter today announced $2.4 million in federal funding for Delphi Corp. and Rochester Institute of Technology’s joint efforts to develop a cost-effective method to manufacture fuel-cell auxiliary power units. With this initiative, project researchers believe Delphi’s fuel-cell unit may be the first ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
An Investigation Into Printing Industry Trends
2004 Printing Industry Center at RIT - All rights reserved. ..... revenues depend up to 87 percent and maga- zines up to 70 percent on advertising.3 ...... million by putting their public information on a Web site in PDF form. ..... Rochester Institute of Technology. College of Imaging Arts and Sciences ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Barb Pellow to Present at WhatTheyThink's Print CEO Forum
Lexington, Kentucky USA - today announced that Barb Pellow, a digital printing and publishing pioneer and Group Director at research firm InfoTrends, will be presenting at the second annual Print CEO Forum scheduled for October 2nd and 3rd, 2010, in Chicago. This printer-only event is sponsored by manroland. Limo transportation to McCormick Place for Graph Expo will be provided on October 3rd. Registration details can be found at . "Marketers are increasingly facing a fragmented media landscape," said Pellow, "where the sheer number of channels available to the consumer ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Database With Physician Input And Novel Eye-Tracking Techniques
Digital archives of biomedical images could someday put critical information at doctors' fingertips within seconds, illustrating how computers can improve the way medicine is practiced. The current reality, however, isn't quite up to speed, with databases virtually overwhelmed by the explosion of medical imaging. Rochester Institute of Technology professor Anne Haake recently won grants from the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health to address this problem. Haake envisions an image database built on input from the intended end-users and designed from the beginning with flexible user ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Faculty Position in Computing and Information Sciences at RIT ...
position in Computing and Information Sciences, with a specific focus on networking and systems administration, network security and information technology. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics - National Science Foundation (NSF) News - An ACE for ...
with the leaders of Project ACE, an initiative based at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), which is working to help visually impaired students achieve success in computer science. Many computing luminaries, such as Steve Jobs or Bill Gates, have an early experience in common--an engaging experience in middle school or high school that sparked an excitement for learning everything they could about computers. Today, many young people are surrounded by computing at home and in school, and some of them will likely find a similar passion that will lead them to push tomorrow's frontiers in computer science. For visually ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
RIT - Overview - History - B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing ...
The Computer Center reports that a new disk storage drive and related equipment is now fully installed and operational. This adds two million digits of random access storage to our 1620 system. The Computer Center announces that as in the past, it is necessary to sign up in advance for time on the computer and other equipment. During regular hours (8 to 5 Monday through Friday) time is available on a first-come, first-serve basis for both faculty and staff. The Computer Center's present equipment can handle a maximum of 100 questions on four IBM mark-sense cards. With some modifications to the mark-sense ...
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