Rochester Institute of Technology College of Science

Fazal Abbas

Visiting Lecturer

HLC 2216
(585) 475-6240

Debra Adiletta

Adjunct Faculty

GOS A260
(585) 475-7561

Anurag Agarwal

Associate Professor

GOS 3216
(585) 475-7531
Ephraim Agyingi

Ephraim Agyingi

Director, Center for Applied and Computational Mathematics
Associate Professor

GOS 2222
(585) 475-2513

Paul Allen

Assistant Facilities Manager

GOS A224
(585) 475-2474

Thomas Allston

Instrumentation Specialist
Instructor

GOS A157
(585) 475-6034
Andersen-John

John Andersen

Professor of Physics

GOS 3284
(585) 475-2537

Gregory Babbitt

Assistant Professor

GOS 1334
(585) 475-6246

Charles M Bachmann

Frederick and Anna B. Wiedman Chair
Associate Professor

CAR 3250
(585) 475-7238

Alla Bailey

Senior Lecturer

GOS 3260
(585) 475-6831

Peter Bajorski

Professor

HLC 2532
(585) 475-7889

Mihail Barbosu

Director of the Data and Predictive Analytics Center
Professor

HLC 2235
(585) 475-2123

Nathaniel S. Barlow

Assistant Professor

GOS 3308
(585) 475-4077

David Barth-Hart

Associate Professor

GOS 3234
(585) 475-5131
Barton-Linda

Linda Barton

Associate Professor of Physics

CAR 2128
(585) 475-2534

Sukanya Basu

Visiting Lecturer

HLC 2212
(585) 475-6245

Susan Bateman

Visiting Lecturer

HLC 2237
(585) 475-2302
Stefi Baum

Stefi Alison Baum

Research Professor of Imaging Science

Maurino P. Bautista

Professor

GOS 3354
(585) 475-6122

Michael Bennett

Lecturer

ORN 1311
(585) 475-4351

Roy Berns

Richard S. Hunter Chair
Professor

COL 1087
(585) 475-2230

Herbert J. Bernstein

Research Professor

NSLS-II, BNL, Bldg 745, CO80
(631) 344-8168

Mishkat Bhattacharya

Assistant Professor of Physics

CAR 3144
(585) 475-6151

Jim Bodie

Systems Administrator

CAR 2144
(585) 475-6160

Bernard Brooks

Professor

GOS 2350
(585) 475-5138

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Provides students with the capability to apply mathematical models and methods to study various problems that arise in industry and business, with an emphasis on developing computable solutions that can be implemented.
Focuses on the study and solution of problems that can be mathematically analyzed across many different industrial fields and research disciplines.
Offers applied mathematics majors the option of completing an MS in applied and computational mathematics with just one additional year of graduate school.
An accelerated dual degree program offered in conjunction with the Saunders School of Business.
Provides students with a strong foundation in mathematical and statistical methodology, its applications, the use of statistical computing packages, and the skills to communicate the results of statistical analysis
Applied Statistics and Actuarial Science + Applied Statistics
Provides a strong foundation in statistical methods, experience in its applications, a solid background in the use of statistical computing packages, and the skills to communicate the results of statistical analysis
An accelerated dual degree program that allows students to earn a BS and an MS with one additional year of graduate study.
Astronomy is an interdisciplinary minor offered jointly by the department of physics in the College of Science and the Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science.
The astronomy immersion provides students with the opportunity for additional study in astronomy in order to build a secondary area of expertise in support of their major or other areas of interest.
The doctorate program in astrophysical sciences and technology focuses on the underlying physics of phenomena beyond the Earth and on the development of the technologies, instruments, data analysis, and modeling techniques that will enable the next major strides in the field.
Focuses on the underlying physics of phenomena beyond the Earth, and on the development of the technologies, instruments, data analysis, and modeling techniques that will enable the next major strides in the field.
Combines the life and health sciences with a chemistry degree.
Emphasizes hands-on laboratory work and field experiences as they are done by career biologists
In laboratory exercises and assignments, students learn to sequence DNA and use computer programs to analyze DNA sequences and predict molecular models.
A combined undergraduate and graduate program in bioinformatics covering biotechnology, computer science, and information technology.
Provides students with a strong foundation in biotechnology, computer programming, computational mathematics, statistics, and database management.
Prepares students for work or advanced study in the field of biotechnology, the use of living systems to develop or make useful products that are beneficial to animals—particularly humans.
Prepares students for professional work in industry, processing and laboratory operations, research and experimental work, supervision of technical projects, and managerial positions.
Unlock the mysteries of matter and life.
These courses provide students with a general understanding of the subject of chemistry ranging from organic and analytical to inorganic and biochemistry.
An accelerated program that allows students to complete a BS in chemistry and an MS in materials science with one additional year of graduate study
Color science is broadly multidisciplinary, encompassing physics, chemistry, physiology, statistics, computer science, and psychology.
Designed for students whose undergraduate degrees are in physics, chemistry, mathematics, computer science, engineering, experimental psychology, imaging, or any applied discipline pertaining to the quantitative description of color.
Prepares students for a mathematical career that incorporates extensive computer science skills.
An accelerated degree option that allows students to earn both a BS and an MS with just one additional year of graduate study.
An accelerated degree program that students to complete a BS in computational mathematics and an MS in computer science with just one additional year of graduate study.
Introduces students to the process of spatial modeling as part of a tool set for investigating environmental issues and provides opportunities to apply these skills through advanced coursework.

An integrated science/public policy program offered jointly by the RIT Environmental Science Program and the Department of Public Policy

An interdisciplinary degree with a strong foundation in biology, mathematics, chemistry, physics, and geographic information systems.
A dual degree program in environmental science that may be completed in five years.
Prepares students for leadership roles in a variety of environmental careers including consulting, research, policy, and outreach, or further graduate work towards a doctoral degree.
Introduces students to the interdisciplinary nature of environmental issues and concepts and provides them with opportunities to further investigate these issues through advanced coursework.
A fascinating area that contributes to the main questions facing society today, ranging from energy to medicine to clothing and sporting equipment.

Establishes a common base of materials-oriented knowledge for students with baccalaureate degrees in chemistry, chemical engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, physics, and related disciplines

A complement to studies in electrical and microelectronic engineering, the biological sciences, physics, chemistry, mathematics, technical photography, and various majors in the field of applied science and technology.
In a broad sense, the aim of physics is to develop interconnected unifying threads bridging the vast number of seemingly diverse phenomena observed in the physical world around us.
Physics + Science, Technology, and Public Policy
An integrated science/public policy program offered jointly by the School of Physics and Astronomy and the Department of Public Policy
Physics + Astrophysical Sciences and Technology
Includes the basic principles governing the structure and behavior of matter, the generation and transfer of energy, and the interaction of matter and energy.
Allows students to investigate the various majors in the College of Science before deciding on a program of study
Designed for engineers, scientists, analysts, and other professionals who want a solid education in the statistical methods most closely related to their work
The statistics minor provides an opportunity for students to deepen their technical background.
The statistics immersion provides an opportunity for students to deepen their technical background and gain further appreciation for modern mathematical sciences and the use of statistics as an analytical tool
The biology: ecology and evolution minor provides students with the opportunity to experience both the ecological and evolutionary underpinnings of modern biology.
The biology: cellular and molecular minor provides students with opportunities to experience and explore topics related to both the cellular and molecular aspects of modern biology to broaden and enhance their educational experience.
A multidisciplinary major based on physics, mathematics, computer science, and systems engineering
Imaging Science
The master of science program in imaging science prepares students for positions in research in the imaging industry or in the application of various imaging modalities to problems in engineering and science.
Signifies high achievement in scholarship and independent investigation in the diverse aspects of imaging science.
Students have the opportunity for additional study in imaging science in order to build a secondary area of expertise in support of their major or other areas of interest.
Designed for students interested in computational or quantitative finance careers in banking, finance, and a growing number of additional industries
Immerses students in the core challenges and strengths of the field of bioinformatics, as well as the ethical issues involved.

Learn how mathematical modeling applies math and computation to address real-world challenges