Welcome to the 4th Annual RIT Graduate Research & Creativity Symposium
The Office of Graduate Studies at the Rochester Institute of Technology is pleased to announce the 4th Annual Graduate Research & Creativity Symposium to be held on July 17, 2012.
The Graduate Research Symposium offers a showcase for graduate work, and has won accolades throughout the university and beyond.
Register here. Submission deadline:
The symposium is an all-day event. The morning begins with registration and breakfast. Oral presentations are given throughout the day across 8 presentation rooms. These presentations are broken up by mid-morning and mid-afternoon coffee breaks, poster session, boxed lunch, and keynote address.
We need your help to make this year's symposium the best one yet! To learn about how you can help with our committee, contact Steve Polly (email@example.com)
Stephen Schultz is the co-founder of Pictometry and serves as the Company's Chief Technical Officer. Schultz designed and developed the underlying technology for Pictometry's patented systems, including the flight planning, field capture, and end user software -- Electronic Field Study(tm).
Schultz earned a bachelor's degree in computer science from the Rochester Institute of Technology and completed coursework and research for a master's degree in computational imaging.
In 2007, he was honored by RIT with the Distinguished Alumni Award for the B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing & Information Sciences.