- Oct 13, 2015Successful Fall Grad Social
Friday, October 9th, the Computer Engineering Department at RIT hosted the Fall Grad Social!
Graduate Students, Faculty and Staff enjoyed lunch and a games. Thank you to everyone who came and made the event a success! We look forward to our next one!Sep 21, 2015
RIT is ranked number 36 on Business Insider's "50 Best Computer Science and Engineering Schools in America"Sep 18, 2015
The Department of Computer Engineering at the Rochester Institute of Technology invites applications for a non-tenure-track lecturer position. The position requires the candidate to have a master's degree in Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or a related discipline. Preferred candidates will have the ability and interests to:
- Teach undergraduate courses and labs in Computer Engineering
- Engage industry partners
- Mentor students for extracurricular design projects
- Function in a collaborative teaching environment, and
- Contribute in meaningful ways to the college's continuing commitment to cultural diversity, pluralism, and individual differences
The Department of Computer Engineering is known for its outstanding career-oriented education that emphasizes design across and beyond curriculum. Its student-centered faculty and staff and state-of-the-art laboratories and computing facilities have attracted talented, ambitious. and creative students from around the world to RIT for stimulating experiential learning experiences. Faculty are actively engaged in research, innovative teaching, partnerships with industry, and participation in cross-disciplinary Ph. D. programs in Engineering, Computing and Information Sciences, Microsystems Engineering, Imaging Science, and Sustainability. For more information please visit the department website: http://www.rit.edu/kgcoe/computerengineering/
Apply online at http://careers.rit.edu/faculty, search openings, then keyword search 1940BR. Please submit your application, curriculum vitae, cover letter addressing the listed qualifications, a brief teaching philosophy, and the names, address and phone numbers for three references. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until a suitable candidate is found.May 16, 2015CE Graduation Picnic
Saturday, May 16th we hosted our annual CE Graduation Picnic with our graduating students, alumni, staff and faculty!
It was a day of food, fun and celebrating the accomplishments of our students who are graduating this Spring.
- Apr 29, 20152015 CE Grad Social
We look forward to celebrating a great semester with the CE Grad Students on Friday April 29th, starting at 4:00pm.
Please meet in the Xerox Auditorium.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.orgMar 30, 2015NEW Computer Engineering Apparel
We have NEW Computer Engineering Apparel available for purchase starting Monday, March 30th!
New Products Include:
Short Sleeved Tee's
Long Sleeved Tee's
These will be sold along with the Hoodies, Quarter Zip Sweatshirts, Baseball Hats, and Mugs that we had available in the fall.
(Items will be available while supplies last.)Mar 20, 2015Dr. Kenneth Hsu's Retirement
Please join the Computer Engineering Department as we congradulate Dr. Kenneth Hsu (37 Years) on his retirement from RIT.
Friday March 20, 2015
Reception from 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Gordon Atrium, 2nd Floor
James Gleason Hall (Building 9)Feb 19, 2015
Congratulations to CE Student Ali Batayneh and his team mates! Their OWLr App project won the Audience Choice Award at this years RIT's iOS App Challenge.
- Feb 2, 2015
ARM Developer Day was a full day of demonstrations and hands-on workshops for students and faculty by ARM and ARM partners covering a variety of ARM-based development platforms, environments, and tools. Meeting industry professionals, students and faculty attending gain first-hand knowledge, skills, and insight to jump-start development of their ARM-based projects.Feb 4, 2014
Fully autonomous vehicles are on the horizon. The future designers of these modernistic vehicles will be participating in the annual Freescale Cup challenge in April at Rochester Institute of Technology.
Registration is open for the regional competition, taking place April 18 and 19 in RIT’s Center for Integrated Manufacturing Studies.
The Freescale Cup is a collegiate design challenge where students build autonomous model racecars with embedded technologies, navigating their vehicles around a track at top speeds. Students are also judged on the design of the model car and their understanding of the software programming and integrated systems of hardware and sensor technologies being used.
“This is an exciting challenge where students across the globe participate and have an opportunity to learn more about interfacing hardware components and embedded systems,” said Andy Mastronardi, director Freescale University Programs. “This same technology is being used to develop intelligent cars and these students are being prepared for careers in this emerging field.”
This is the first year the regional challenge will be held at RIT, and hosted by the computer engineering department in the university’s Kate Gleason College of Engineering. More than 30 university teams from the Northeast are expected to attend. For more information about the event or to register a team, contact Mastronardi by email at email@example.com