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Research at RIT

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NSF supports extreme black hole research at RIT

Astrophysicists in RIT's Center for Computational Relativity and Gravitation will simulate extreme black holes with support from a $525,000 grant from the National Science Foundation. Their contributions will help advance the international effort to confirm the existence of gravitational waves and black holes, and anticipate the new field of gravitational wave astronomy.

Manuela Campanelli and Carlos Lousto—fellows of the American Physical Society and founding members of RIT's Center for Computational Relativity and Gravitation—and Yosef Zlochower are known for one of the first simulations to merge two black holes on a supercomputer. Their method solved the 10 interrelated equations for strong field gravity that comprise Albert Einstein's famous theory of general relativity, connecting matter, space and time.

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Undergraduate Research

The School of Mathematical Sciences at RIT has developed an Undergraduate Research Program where students work directly with faculty on ground-breaking and exciting research projects.

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Center for Applied and Computational Mathematics

The Center for Applied and Computational Mathematics at the Rochester Institute of Technology fosters the idea that mathematical modeling and computation are indispensable tools for the discovery and application of scientific knowledge. The Center promotes interdisciplinary research with a particular focus on cultivating emerging applications in the sciences and engineering.

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Center for Computational Relativity and Gravitation

The Center for Computational Relativity and Gravitation (CCRG) is a Center of Excellence dedicated to research at the frontiers of numerical relativity and relativistic astrophysics, gravitational-wave physics, its connection to experiments and observations, and high-performance computation and scientific visualization.

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Used by millions for research, teaching, and learning. With more than a thousand academic journals and over 1 million images, letters, and other primary sources, JSTOR is one of the world's most trusted sources for academic content.

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Produced by the American Mathematical Society, MathSciNet provides access to over 60 years of Mathematical Reviews and Current Mathematical Publications. The database includes publications covering mathematics, statistics, operations research, and econometrics. The database goes back to 1940 and is complete with online reviews present.

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google scholar

Stand on the shoulders of giants

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ids express

Interlibrary Loan and Document Delivery Services, a service of RIT Libraries at the Wallace Center

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Renew books online

Renew an RIT Library book or other item as often as you like. You may renew by contacting the Circulation Department in person, by phone or online.

To renew by phone call: 475-2562 (v) or 475-2692 (TTY)

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American Mathematical Society

The AMS, founded in 1888 to further the interests of mathematical research and scholarship, serves the national and international community through its publications, meetings, advocacy and other programs, which promote mathematical research, its communication and uses, encourage and promote the transmission of mathematical understanding and skills, support mathematical education at all levels, advance the status of the profession of mathematics, encouraging and facilitating full participation of all individuals, foster an awareness and appreciation of mathematics and its connections to other disciplines and everyday life.

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Mathematical Association of America

There is an organization for people who love the mathematical sciences. A community that values discussion and exposition, for meeting colleagues and building knowledge together. An organization with roots in the nineteenth century and a powerful role in the twenty-first. It's the Mathematical Association of America.

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MAA Seaway Section

The membership of the Seaway Section consists of members of the Mathematical Association of America residing in the province of Ontario, Canada (except Thunder Bay), the province of Quebec, Canada, and in areas of the state of New York having a zip code between 12000 and 12399 or between 12800 and 14999, which is roughly speaking all of the state of New York north of the forty-second parallel.

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MMA prep

The MAA's Professional Enhancement Program (PREP) offers mathematicians the opportunity to improve their skills and boost their careers. Whether you're just starting your career and looking for new ideas for research and teaching, or you've been teaching for years and need strategies to manage your department, PREP has something for you.

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Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics

Applied mathematics, in partnership with computational science, is essential in solving many real-world problems. Our mission is to build cooperation between mathematics and the worlds of science and technology through our publications, research, and community.

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Association for Women in Mathematics

The purpose of the Association for Women in Mathematics is to encourage women and girls to study and to have active careers in the mathematical sciences, and to promote equal opportunity and the equal treatment of women and girls in the mathematical sciences.

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American Statistical Association

The American Statistical Association is the world's largest community of statisticians. The ASA supports excellence in the development, application, and dissemination of statistical science through meetings, publications, membership services, education, accreditation, and advocacy. Our members serve in industry, government, and academia in more than 90 countries, advancing research and promoting sound statistical practice to inform public policy and improve human welfare.

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Faculty Research Interests





Complex Analysis