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With automatic transcription, musicians can save themselves the treble

With automatic transcription, musicians can save themselves the treble

August 3, 2017

Two undergraduates have joined a summer research project focused on building a machine-learning interface that generates musical scores from audio files.

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Michael Tanenhaus awarded top cognitive science prize

Michael Tanenhaus awarded top cognitive science prize

August 1, 2017

Tanenhaus is best known for developing the Visual World Paradigm, which uses eye movements to study the mechanisms behind speech and language comprehension.

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Physics students keep their cool in summer labs

Physics students keep their cool in summer labs

July 31, 2017

From near-Earth objects to quantum computing, physics students come to Rochester to get an early start on their research careers this summer, working on federally funded and University sponsored projects.

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Researchers use lasers to display ‘true’ 3-D objects

Researchers use lasers to display ‘true’ 3-D objects

June 29, 2017

3-D displays, once only found in science fiction, are now closer to reality using a 3-D volumetric display where viewers can see images in three dimensions without the use of special glasses or filters.

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Largest research vessel on the Great Lakes brings Rochester science to Chicago’s Navy Pier

Largest research vessel on the Great Lakes brings Rochester science to Chicago’s Navy Pier

June 22, 2017

Researchers led by earth and environmental sciences professor John Kessler met with schoolchildren and local media aboard the Blue Heron to discuss the team’s work on methane levels in the Great Lakes.

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Ancient ozone levels provide a glimpse into future effects of climate change

Ancient ozone levels provide a glimpse into future effects of climate change

June 15, 2017

A computer model developed at Rochester, and used to compare model data to analysis on 100,000-year-old Greenland ice cores, has shown a surprising result.

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Human-Computer Interaction class creates programs, apps to improve lives

Human-Computer Interaction class creates programs, apps to improve lives

May 19, 2017

Students in this class spend two months developing a technical product that could potentially be deployed in the wider world, with the goal of using computing to solve pressing problems in society.

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New system displays song lyrics in real time, multiple languages

New system displays song lyrics in real time, multiple languages

May 16, 2017

Zhiyao Duan, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering who also sings in the Chinese Choral Society of Rochester, lent his engineering skills to an innovation that provides the audience with live lyrics and translations.

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Undergraduate students present projects during ‘momentous week to celebrate research’

Undergraduate students present projects during ‘momentous week to celebrate research’

May 15, 2017

In the week running up to last month’s Marches for Science, students presented the results of their own projects at the annual Undergraduate Research Exposition.

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Rochester among elite finishers in ‘math marathon‘

Rochester among elite finishers in ‘math marathon‘

May 10, 2017

The University’s team placed 15th out of 415 registered teams in the 2016 William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition, the preeminent undergraduate mathematics competition in North America.

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