RIT has a depth of experience in a variety of other established and emerging research areas, including astrophysics, microsystems, and modeling and simulation.
Albert J. Simone Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
The Albert J. Simone Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship promotes and fosters innovation and entrepreneurship through academic programs, a student business development lab, and business development activities.
Research Areas: Entrepreneurship, product innovation, business plan, commercialization
Analog Devices Integrated Microsystems Laboratory
The Analog Devices Integrated Microsystems Laboratory (ADIML) is a partnership between RIT and affiliate industrial firms to conduct research in the fields related to analog and mixed-signal design and integrated microsystems.
Research Areas: Integrated electronic circuits, nanotechnology systems architectures, biomedical, telecommunications, image processing, robotic control, radio science, consumer electronics
Center for Applied and Computational Math
The Center for Applied and Computational Mathematics promotes applied research with a focus on developing emerging applications and involving students in research. The Center fosters the idea that mathematical modeling and computation are indispensable tools for the discovery and utility of new scientific knowledge.
Research Areas: Nonlinear dynamics, combustion theory, fluid mechanics, condensed matter, solid mechanics and material science, inverse problems, microelectromechanical systems, mathematical biology, image processing,
Center for Computational Relativity and Gravitation
The CCRG is a multidisciplinary center dedicated to advancing the understanding of the most extreme physical phenomena in the universe, where the strongest gravitational and magnetic fields, the very dense, relativistic, conditions of matter and radiation can only be studied through accurate mathematical modeling, supercomputing, and visualization.
Research Areas: Numerical relativity, magneto-hydrodynamics, gravitational waves, galactic dynamics, advanced computing and visualization.
Center for Quality and Applied Statistics
Created in 1983, the John D. Hromi Center for Quality and Applied Statistics has achieved international recognition for excellence in the fields of quality management and applied statistics. The center is a leading Lean Six Sigma provider that helps corporations transform their processes, improve product quality, reduce waste, and increase competitive advantage.
Research Areas: Lean Six Sigma, applied statistics, quality management, quality standards, process improvement
Interactive Games and Media
IGM's Game Design and Development and New Media Interactive Development degree programs conduct associated research projects and investigate new means of shared experience and visualization in domains such as interaction, education, science, technology, and entertainment.
Research Areas: Game design, game development, new media, interactive media, computational simulation, augmented reality, visualization, integrated media, serious games, open source
Interactive Collaboration Lab
The Interactive Collaboration Lab provides a venue for faculty, staff, and student researchers to explore and develop advanced technology applications for real-time, interactive, multi-way connections among people separated by distance.
Research Areas: Collaboration technology, advanced network infrastructure
The IT Collaboratory is a NYSTAR designated strategically Targeted Academic Research (STAR) Center with partners at the University at Buffalo and Alfred University. The center is creating key technologies, knowledge, and capabilities for the development and integration of next generation information technology systems.
Laboratory for Multiwavelength Astrophysics
The lab seeks to foster the utilization and advancement of cutting-edge techniques in multiwavelength astrophysics by RIT faculty, research staff, and students, so as to improve human understanding of the origin and fate of the universe and its constituents.
Research Areas: Planetary Science; Space Physics; Galactic Astrophysics; Extragalactic Astrophysics
Lab for Social Computing
The Lab for Social Computing leverages the power of social computing through new innovations and provides information about social computing in business and industry contexts through publications, workshops, and Web-based resources.
Research Areas: Social software, communication, information management
The McGowan Center
Based in the College of Applied Science and Technology's department of Electrical, Computer and Telecommunications Engineering Technology, The McGowan Center focuses on applied research and technology development in communications, power and energy, signal processing, and entertainment engineering.
Research Areas: Communications, digital communications, syncrodyne amplification, power and energy, anomaly detection, signal processing, entertainment engineering
NTID Center for Education Research Partnerships
The Center for Education Research Partnerships is charged with establishing and joining research partnerships concerning development and learning among deaf and hard-of-hearing students across the lifespan and in various educational settings.
Research Areas: Deaf education, pedagogy, learning environments
Semiconductor and Microsystems Fabrication Laboratory
The SMFL provide state-of-the-art facilities and support for undergraduate and graduate programs in microelectronic engineering, microsystems, and related disciplines. The facility also provides industrial affiliates in the semiconductor and microsystems industries with applied solutions in microdevice design, process development, microsystem integration, and prototype fabrication. The main portion of the facility is 10,000 sq. ft. of class 1000 cleanroom with a bay and chase configuration. Additional laboratory space includes a class 100/10 MEBES E-beam laboratory, an excimer laser laboratory, a surface analysis laboratory, a chemical-mechanical planarization laboratory, and an electrical characterization laboratory.
Research Areas: Microelectronics, microsystems, lithography, physical vapor deposition, dry etch, thermal and implant, wet chemical, chemical vapor deposition, metrology, CMP and dicing
Venture Creations Incubator
Venture Creations is RIT's business incubator that assists aspiring entrepreneurs in establishing new businesses. The incubator provides resources to propel the growth of start-up ventures. Venture Creations is also home to the NYERDA Clean Energy Incubator and assists with technology planning, validation, and testing for start-up clean and renewable energy companies.
Research Areas: Business incubator, clean energy, technology planning, entrepreneurship, commericalization