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Office of the Associate Dean for Research & Scholarship

 

The Golisano College pursues a broad and robust agenda of research and scholarly activities that advance the fields of computing and information sciences while enhancing student education. Faculty and students at the Golisano College participate in a vast array of computing research fields ranging from cybersecurity to human-computer interaction and medical informatics. Our state-of-the-art facilities, world-class faculty, and industry partnerships have made the Golisano College a hotbed for innovation in recent years. On this page you will find information related to conducting and participating in research in the college.  

For more information contact:

Dr. Anne Haake

Associate Dean for Research & Scholarship

Kodak Endowed Chair

arhics@rit.edu

Research News

Internal Funding Opportunities

Please see RIT Sponsored Research Services (SRS) webpage:

http://www.rit.edu/research/srs/

External Funding Opportunities

National Science Foundation [NSF]

Directorate for Computer & Information Science & Engineering (CISE)

Core Programs:

Computing Education for the 21st Century  (CE21) -due 2nd Wednesday in March annually 

Other CISE funding opportunities: https://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_list.jsp?org=CISE

 

National Institute of Health
Additional Opportunities

 

Partnership Opportunities

You can learn more about RIT’s Industry Partnership opportunities here.

Kodak Endowed Chair Fund

The Golisano College Kodak Endowed Chair funds will be used to enhance scholarly activities in contextualized research and innovation-where computing meets people and data. The focus on real world problems is aligned with the strategic goals of the Golisano College of Computing & Information Sciences and RIT.

HealthIT Strategic Initiative: the first initiative to promote interdisciplinary research and innovation, centered in Golisano College, in areas related to Healthcare IT (Health IT).  Health IT is broadly defined as the study and management of health and wellness-related data and information using computing technologies and systems.  Motivated by the p-health model, areas of focus include secure exchange of information, usability of devices and information systems, data integration and predictive modeling, and pervasive technologies.  

 

To learn more about our research in specific disciplines please see below:

Computer Science
Computing Security
Interactive Games and Media
PhD
Software Engineering

Visit RIT’s Sponsored Research site

Graduate Programs