professor and chair of the department of psychology in the College of Liberal Arts, presented "Augmented reality heads-up displays (HUDs): Warning signs and driver situation awareness" at the Optical Society of America Fall Vision Meeting at the University of Rochester on Oct. 21-23.
director of the Writing Commons; Mary Golden,
program chair of interior design; and interior design majors Jordanae Smith, Octavia Spelman and Siobhain Page
presented on the redesign of the Writing Commons space in The Wallace Center at the Interior Design Educators Council Regional Conference Oct. 14 in Boston.
associate provost and director of the Golisano Institute for Sustainability, led an Oct. 10 workshop sponsored by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), for which he is the lead author on a study, "Assessment of Resource Efficiency and Innovation in Circular Economy through Remanufacturing, Refurbishment, Repair and Direct Reuse." He led another UNEP workshop at Tsinghua University in Beijing Oct. 14.
associate provost and director of the Golisano Institute for Sustainability, delivered the keynote address, "Sustainable Production and the Circular Economy," to nearly 1,000 attendees at the Congress on Resource Efficiency and Circular Economy in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, Oct. 5-6.
director, Center for Computational Relativity and Gravitation, presented "Black Hole Mergers, Gravitational Waves and their Gaseous Environments" at the Gruber Cosmology Conference at Yale University on Oct. 7 in celebration of the Gruber Cosmology Prize presented in July to Rainer Weiss, Kip Thorne, Ronald Drever and the entire LIGO team, including members of Campanelli's center, for the first detection of gravitational waves from the collision of two black holes.
associate professor, School of Mathematical Sciences, and Laura Rolston,
'16 (applied and computational mathematics) won an honorable mention in the Best Paper Award category for "Interior and exterior shape representations using the Helmholtz equation," which published in the proceedings of the International Symposium CompImage 2016.
academic adviser in the School of Individualized Study, completed the National Society for Experiential Education's certificate of achievement through the Experiential Education Academy. The certificate is comprised of six courses providing a foundation of theory, principles and practices.
NTID librarian in The Wallace Center, attended a conference
at the University of Texas at Arlington to discuss the process of creating a national Disability History/Archives Consortium, aimed at integrating collections, preservation, access and development of educational resources about disability history.
founder and director of RIT's MAGIC Center, was a roundtable participant at the "Digital Games and Public Policy" conference Sept. 20 at New York University's Game Center. Conference attendees discussed how New York can continue to foster digital game development and help make the state the center of the game industry.
associate provost and director of the Golisano Institute for Sustainability, delivered the opening session, "Sustainable Materials Management (SMM) - Why SMM and Why Now?" at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation's (APEC) Regulatory Cooperation Advancement Mechanism dialogue on SMM in Lima, Peru. He also served as a session moderator.
the William A. Kern Professor in Communications in the College of Liberal Arts, received the "Best Paper Award" at the China International Marketing Conference in Qingdao, China, July 8-11. His paper, "The Rise of Inconspicuous Consumption in China," was co-authored by Zhiyan Wu and Jifeng Luo of China, and Janet L. Borgerson of England.
assistant professor of interactive games and media and MAGIC faculty affiliate, joined a National Endowment for the Humanities-funded game producers panel to discuss exploring history and culture through interactive media at "The Humanities Arcade: Playing with History and Culture in the Digital Age" workshop Sept. 16 at the University of Virginia.
associate professor in the Golisano Institute for Sustainability, was a leadoff keynote at the 11th International Conference on the Environmental Effects of Nanoparticles and Nanomaterials, held Aug. 14-18 in Golden, Colo. Her Aug. 15 talk was titled "The challenge of modeling coupled techno-ecological impacts across the engineered nanomaterial lifecycle."
adjunct professor of Italian in the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures, received the President's Award from the New York State Association of Foreign Language Teachers on Aug. 12 for her decades of teaching Italian language and culture in New York.
visiting assistant professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, has been named an American Anthropological Association Leadership Fellow for 2016.
economics professor in the College of Liberal Arts, co-authored a paper with Justin Skillman '14 (economics and finance), "Framing effects on bidding behavior in experimental first-price seal-bid money auctions," in the July 31 issue of Judgment and Decision Making
associate professor in the Department of Computer Science, served as program co-chair for the 13th annual Association for Computing Machinery SIGGRAPH Symposium on Applied Perception, held July 22-23 in Anaheim, Calif.
assistant professor, School of Physics and Astronomy, co-authored the article "Levitated Optomechanics" with colleagues Nick Vamivakas and Peter Barker in the July/August issue of Optics & Photonics News
the William A. Kern Professor in Communications in the College of Liberal Arts, has been appointed to the board of trustees at the George Eastman Museum. His three-year term began in July.
CAST professor emeritus, received the 2016 James H. McGraw Award at the 2016 ASEE annual conference, June 26-29 in New Orleans. It is given in recognition of teaching, administrative, curriculum development leadership and outstanding service in engineering technology education.
associate professor, School of Mathematical Sciences, gave a talk, "Statistical Machine Learning Methods for High Dimensional Data," at the University of Brest in France on June 21. He also served as an external examiner of a Ph.D. dissertation defense at the Universite de Bretagne-Sud in Vannes, France, on June 24. Fokoué is a member of the scientific council for See-d, a French mathematical and statistical sciences consulting firm, and attended a council meeting in Paris on June 14.
Lea Vacca Michel,
associate professor, School of Chemistry and Materials Science, was an invited panelist for the forum, "Discovering Our Future: Educational Diplomacy and Women's Empowerment," at the diplomacy summit, Women's Empowerment: Keys to Leadership, in Albany on June 1.
senior lecturer, international hospitality and service management, was voted onto the 2016-17 Council on Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Education/Northeastern NENA Board of Directors in June. He will serve as director of marketing for the international industry organization.
professor, mechanical engineering, received the 2015-2016 Spread the Word Award for recruiting the most new members, given by the St. Lawrence Section of the American Society of Engineering Education at its annual conference in New Orleans in June.
professor, mechanical engineering, and senior faculty associate to the RIT Provost for AdvanceRIT, was the commencement speaker for the South Carolina Governor's School for Science and Math in Hartsville, S.C., in May.
senior lecturer, industrial and systems engineering, received the Outstanding Faculty Advisor Award/Northeast region at the 2016 IIE Annual Conference and Expo in California in May.
adjunct faculty, industrial and systems engineering, received the Engineering Economy Division Teaching Award in the 2016 ASEE/IIE Annual Conference and Expo in California in May.
adjunct faculty, industrial and systems engineering, received the Best Paper award for "A Design-based Research Approach to Refining Pedagogy in Engineering Economics Online Learning"
at the 2016 ASEE/IIE Annual Conference and Expo in California in May.
director of RIT's Outreach Education and Training, has been selected to the executive committee for OSHA Training Institute Education Centers. There are 41 organizations and four people elected to the executive committee, and the term of service is four years.
patrol major in the Department of Public Safety, competed in the World Association of Benchers and Deadlifters national competition in Portland, Maine, on May 14. He took first place in two categories, Law Enforcement/Firefighter ages 56-62, and Open Masters, ages 56-60. He broke his previous New York State record with a deadlift of 458 pounds.
associate professor in the School of Mathematical Sciences, was named director of the mathematical modeling Ph.D. program and was invited to join the editorial board of the journal Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science.
assistant professor in the Department of Information Sciences and Technologies, received the 2015-2016 Innovative teaching with Technology Award at a ceremony held May 10 at RIT.
professor and graduate director of the medical illustration program, and Denis Cormier,
the Earl W. Brinkman Professor, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, received the 2015-2016 Trustees Scholarship Award at a ceremony held May 10 at RIT.
counselor and academic advisor for NTID, received the 2015-2016 Provost's Award for Excellence in Advising: Experienced Advisor at a ceremony held May 10 at RIT. The award recognizes exceptional academic advisors for their outstanding support of RIT students.
professor, Kara Maki,
assistant professor, School of Mathematical Sciences, and Emily Holz,
graduating senior in biomedical engineering, published "Existence Theory for the Radially Symmetric Contact Lens Equation," in SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics,
76(3), 827-84, on May 2.
academic advisor for the Department of Computing Security, received the 2015-2016 Provost's Award for Excellence in Advising: New Advisor at a ceremony held May 10 at RIT. The award recognizes exceptional academic advisors for their outstanding support of RIT students.
associate professor of statistics in the School of Mathematical Sciences, served as general chair of the UP-STAT 2016 conference at Canisius College in Buffalo on April 22-23.
professor of sociology/anthropology in the College of Liberal Arts, received the 2015-16 Isaac L. Jordan Sr. Faculty Pluralism Award May 10.
associate professor of psychology in the College of Liberal Arts, received the Excellence in Faculty Mentoring Award on May 10.
adjunct professor in Modern Languages & Cultures in the College of Liberal Arts, received the Outstanding Teaching Award for Non-Tenure-Track Faculty on May 10.
Raman Bhalla, Megan Bastian, Kirk Bater and Elizabeth Lamark,
with RIT Production Services, won an American Marketing Association Rochester Pinnacle Award
for best nonprofit website May 19, for their contributions toward the RIT Wallace Center website
Edwin Hach III,
assistant professor, School of Physics and Astronomy, gave an invited talk on "Silicon Nanophotonic Networks for Quantum Information Processing" at the SPIE Commercial and Scientific Sensing and Imaging conference in Baltimore on April 21.
assistant research professor, Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science, gave a talk on "Target Detection for Hyperspectral Imaging Using Logistic Regression" at the SPIE Commercial and Scientific Sensing and Imaging conference in Baltimore, April 17-21.
the Frederick and Anna B. Wiedman Chair in the Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science, presented "Retrieval of Sediment Fill Factor from Hyperspectral BRDF Measurements of Coastal (and Desert) Sediments" at the SPIE Commercial and Scientific Sensing and Imaging conference in Baltimore April 17-21.
researcher in the Center for Computational Relativity and Gravitation, chaired the session on Numerical Relativity: Binary Black Hole Merger Outcomes at the American Physical Society meeting in Salt Lake City on April 17.
researcher in the Center for Computational Relativity and Gravitation, and James Healy,
postdoctoral researcher, presented "Unstable flip-flopping binary black holes," at the American Physical Society meeting in Salt Lake City on April 17.
assistant professor in the School of Physics and Astronomy, presented "Hunting for Dark Matter Using Galaxy Quakes" at the San Jose Astronomical Association on April 9.
Edwin Hach III,
assistant professor, School of Physics and Astronomy, published "Violations of a Bell inequality for entangled SU(1,1) coherent states based on dichotomic observables," in Physical Review A
93, 042104 on April 5 with co-authors Paul Alsing and Christopher Gerry.
department head of microelectronic and electrical engineering, joined the 2015-16 editorial board of "Electronic Imaging and Signal Processing" for the SPIE Spotlight Book Series.
K.S.V. Santhanam, Gerald Takacs, Massoud Miri, Alla Bailey, Thomas Allston
and Roman Press,
professors in the School of Chemistry and Materials Science, co-authored Clean Energy: Hydrogen/Fuel Cells Laboratory Manual,
published by World Scientific