BS in Electrical Engineering, University of Delaware; MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Carnegie Mellon; Ph.D. in Imaging Science, RIT
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December 16, 2020
Visualizations help make COVID-19 spread models more accessible
Computer science researchers at RIT want to make it easier for people to understand how COVID-19 can spread. The researchers have turned complicated predictive COVID models into interactive visualizations for the general public.
February 26, 2020
Rochester-area college students code self-driving racecars for competition at RIT
Rochester-area programming students are racing to see who can code the fastest self-driving miniature racecar. The winner will be crowned at a race March 4 at RIT.