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Tag: Hajim School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Sensory processing—in a virtual Kodak Hall

Sensory processing—in a virtual Kodak Hall

June 21, 2022

A multidisciplinary team from Arts, Sciences & Engineering and River Campus Libraries builds a virtual reality replica of Kodak Hall to be used in studies of how the brain processes light and sound.

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Performance under pressure at NASA’s Lunabotics competition

Performance under pressure at NASA’s Lunabotics competition

June 17, 2022

Rochester undergraduate students banded together to overcome multiple crises while fielding their robot on a simulated lunar surface at Kennedy Space Center.

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Play a Bach duet with an AI counterpoint

Play a Bach duet with an AI counterpoint

June 8, 2022

BachDuet, developed by University of Rochester researchers, allows users to improvise duets with an artificial intelligence partner.

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Quest for elusive monolayers just got a lot simpler

Quest for elusive monolayers just got a lot simpler

May 27, 2022

Compared to long, tedious hours of scanning by undergraduates, a breakthrough technology can detect monolayers with 99.9 percent accuracy—in far less time and at a fraction of the cost.

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How can we be sure machine learning is accurate?

How can we be sure machine learning is accurate?

May 2, 2022

Rochester researchers have developed a new “counterfactual” method to verify predictions of drug safety.

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Senior engineering students show their work

Senior engineering students show their work

May 2, 2022

The University of Rochester’s Hajim School of Engineering & Applied Sciences hosted its annual Senior Design Day for teams of graduating students to showcase their capstone projects.

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Finding art in the tools of science

Finding art in the tools of science

April 28, 2022

This year’s Art of Science competition, which explores “the aesthetic beauty that results when science, art, and technology intersect,” drew more than 50 entries and more than 700 votes cast for People’s Choice.

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Gandhi Institute focuses on youth initiatives to curb violence

Gandhi Institute focuses on youth initiatives to curb violence

April 15, 2022

The University affiliate, offering programs, workshops, and outreach to teach de-escalation practices, enters its fourth decade.

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Rochester ‘a crucible of innovation’ says NSF director during campus visit

Rochester ‘a crucible of innovation’ says NSF director during campus visit

April 12, 2022

National Science Foundation director Sethuraman Panchanathan, accompanied by Sen. Charles Schumer and Rep. Joseph Morelle, tours University facilities including the Laboratory for Laser Energetics.

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Rochester’s Grand Challenges Scholars frame their research in a broad context

Rochester’s Grand Challenges Scholars frame their research in a broad context

April 1, 2022

Now in its fifth year, the program adds entrepreneurship, global experience, interdisciplinary study, and service to students ”solution-oriented” tool kit.

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