Apr 16, 2014
Automakers are facing substantial challenges today as a result of current and pending carbon dioxide and fuel economy regulations. Gregg Peterson, senior technology specialist for Lotus Engineering Inc., will discuss these challenges and Lotus' solutions at a special campus presentation at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 17, at RIT's B. Thomas Golisano...
Apr 3, 2014
Ever since Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos suggested using drones to deliver packages to customers, discussions about the possible uses of unmanned aircraft have taken a new flight path.
He might have easily been dismissed as a dreamer or an opportunist. But Bezos' announcement prompted a shift in thinking about unmanned aircraft...
Apr 2, 2014
Registration is open for engineering summer programs for girls and young women, led by the Women in Engineering Program and being held at Rochester Institute of Technology.
The Everyday Engineering Summer Camp, for girls entering grades 5-9, is a non-residential day program designed to spark an interest in engineering and technology fields....
Apr 1, 2014
News about the new free and open source software program was the most-read story of last month. Check out all of March's most popular stories and videos below:
Top News Stories
1. RIT launches nation's first minor in free and open source software and free culture
2. 'U.S. News & World Report' ranks RIT...
Mar 19, 2014
While an undergraduate engineering student, Sean Rommel became involved with the Electron Devices Society and sought out its members to present graduate lectures. Today, he will be one of the distinguished lecturers who current university students seek out.
The IEEE Electron Devices Society recently named Rommel, associate professor of microelectronic engineering at...