Software Engineering MS
February 5, 2024
‘Smooth’ cello duet wins Ovation: RIT Performing Arts Showcase
A pair of RIT students who played a rendition of Michael Jackson’s “Smooth Criminal” on their cellos won best performance and a $1,000 prize in this year’s Ovation: RIT Performing Arts Showcase, held Friday night in Ingle Auditorium.
January 30, 2024
Artificial intelligence becomes part of daily life
South Korean-based Arirang TV interviews Ashique KhudaBukhsh, assistant professor of software engineering, about the adoption of artificial intelligence in our daily lives and its broader implications.
June 12, 2023
OpenAI Chief Sam Altman meets Pres. Yoon and says S. Korea should focus on chips
South Korean-based Arirang TV interviews Ashique KhudaBukhsh, assistant professor of software engineering, about ChatGPT and generative AI.
June 5, 2023
ChatGPT: The Most Disruptive Tech of the Century?
Connected World interviews Ashique KhudaBukhsh, assistant professor of software engineering, about the disruptive power of ChatGPT and generative AI.
April 13, 2023
Software engineering students digitize National Women’s Hall of Fame nomination process
RIT software engineering students are developing a new application to help the National Women’s Hall of Fame streamline its nomination and inductee selection process.
October 25, 2022
RIT ranked among top augmented and virtual reality colleges in the U.S.
Animation Career Review has named RIT one of the top augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR) colleges in the country. RIT ranked No. 8 on the 2022 list of Top 50 AR/VR Colleges in the U.S.
October 22, 2022
For Trump’s Backers in Congress, ‘Devil Terms’ Help Rally Voters
Research from Ashique KhudaBukhsh, assistant professor of software engineering, was highlighted by The New York Times in a story that used natural language processing software to study political polarization.
August 8, 2022
RIT professor earns NSF CAREER Award to investigate empathy in computing education
A team of faculty and student researchers at RIT are helping create a more accessibility-literate and empathetic software engineering workforce. The researchers, led by Daniel Krutz, assistant professor of software engineering, are developing free online lessons on how to create software that is accessible for those with visual, cognitive, hearing, dexterity, and other disabilities.
February 24, 2022
YouTube's Captions Insert Explicit Language in Kids' Videos
Wired interviews RIT assistant professor Ashique KhudaBukhsh about his research studying the AI algorithms that create auto-captions on YouTube and Amazon.
January 10, 2022
NSF-funded study creates scholarships to help computing scholars find success
RIT received a nearly $1 million National Science Foundation grant that will provide scholarships for computing students and help researchers explore new ways to improve computing education. Sharon Mason, a professor in RIT’s School of Information, is principal investigator of the project.
November 30, 2021
Company co-founded by RIT professor wins $1 million grand prize at GENIUS NY competition
Associate Professor Travis Desell's drone data management business, Airtonomy, was awarded the $1 million grand prize at the GENIUS NY international accelerator competition.
October 19, 2021
Finding FAST solutions: How university students partnered with FAST Labs on tomorrow’s autonomy technologies
BAE Systems Pulse Magazine features three software engineering students who developed an autonomous search-and-rescue drone system as part of a senior project.