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Computer Engineering MS

  • September 9, 2021

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    RIT launches workshop series on sustainable computing

    What if computing materials were sourced in conflict areas? Or manufactured in facilities that emit higher than average toxic emissions? Researchers today are examining the development of computing systems from a different perspective, one more in line with sustainability rather than just power, performance and speed.

  • November 13, 2020

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    RIT celebrates graduate student research with weeklong virtual symposium Nov. 16-20

    RIT will celebrate graduate research during the 13th annual Graduate Education Week and Showcase: A Vision into the Future. The virtual event—Nov. 16 to 20—creates a platform for sharing and exchanging ideas during the COVID-19 pandemic, with pre-recorded and live presentations, demonstrations, visual exhibitions, and an alumni panel discussion.

  • February 5, 2020

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    Pioneers of Progress: RIT celebrates National Engineers Week

    RIT is one of hundreds of universities and organizations across the country involved in National Engineers Week, taking place Feb. 16-22. Events include talks with engineering alumni and open house sessions for K-12 students and families.

  • August 6, 2019

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    Global Cybersecurity Institute to open in 2020

    Cybercrime is costing the world trillions of dollars, and analysts say that there aren’t enough qualified professionals to prevent those attacks. To address this problem, RIT is creating the Global Cybersecurity Institute (GCI), aimed at meeting the demand for computing security and artificial intelligence professionals, while developing future technologies, protocols and human understanding needed to address the global cybersecurity crisis.

  • May 23, 2019

    Alumnus wins Fulbright U.S. Student Program award to improve drones for search and rescue

    An RIT alumnus received a Fulbright U.S. Student Program award in computer engineering to help drones assist with search and rescue operations in difficult terrain such as dense forests or steep mountains where GPS might not be reliable. Andrew Ramsey ’18 (computer engineering), ’18 MS (computer engineering) will conduct research at Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt as part of a project to research innovative ways to determine the location of a drone in a low-cost and reliable manner.

  • December 4, 2018

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    RIT researcher working to improve aerial tracking

    Andreas Savakis, a professor of computer engineering, is developing the technology for improved visual tracking system that can more accurately locate and follow moving objects under surveillance.
  • November 20, 2018

    Giving computers a better brain

    Next-generation computing systems modeled after the human brain’s information processing capability and energy efficiency are becoming a reality through work by Dhireesha Kudithipudi.