RIT’s Golisano College Studies Internet Portals, Web Pages
March 5, 2002 by Michael Saffran Follow RITNEWS on Twitter
Computer science colloquia-series presentations scheduled
Rochester Institute of Technology’s computer science department in the B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences will host the following presentations as part of its Colloquia series:
"An Internet Portal—What’s That and How Do I Build One" will be presented by Ingo Melzer of Ulm University in Germany, 1–2 p.m., March 14.
"Web Pages with FrameMaker" will be presented by Axel Schreiner, RIT professor of computer Science, 1–2 p.m., March 26.
"Many-to-Many Invocation: A New Paradigm for Ad-Hoc Collaborative Systems" will be presented by Hans-Peter Bischof, RIT assistant professor of computer science, 1–2 p.m., April 2.
Presentations will be held in the Lewis P. Ross Building, room 1124. For more information, visit www.cs.rit.edu/~spr/clq.html.
Note: RIT’s B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences offers undergraduate and graduate programs in computer science and information technology and an undergraduate program in software engineering. The college is home to the university’s Information Technology Lab, which partners with industry in the development of innovative applications of emerging information technologies.
RIT was the first university to offer undergraduate degrees in information technology and software engineering and, in 1972, one of the first universities to offer an undergraduate degree in computer science.