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Abushagur joined RIT in 2002 and led the development of the world's first doctoral programme in microsystems engineering, while also conducting research in nanophotonics and micro-optical systems.
Destler, President of the Rochester Institute of Technology, during the launch of RIT Dubai's new campus in Silicon Oasis.
In a decade, RIT Dubai wants to expand to a million-square-foot campus with 4,000 students.
RIT audiologists provide mapping, equipment troubleshooting and upgrades, and individual communication instruction.
It is this type of thing that the RIT competition is trying to prevent.
An evaluation from RIT is behind every certification evaluation in the approval process.
News and World Report has ranked RIT among the nation's leading comprehensive universities.
According to RIT Center for Integrated Manufacturing Studies (CIMS) director Nabil Nasr, while DMFCs offer great potential as more efficient portable power supply sources, there has yet to be "a full evaluation of the environmental and economic impacts of DMFCs, from manufacture to disposal.
RIT rings can be used to test Techlok clamp connector joints either prior to, or in place of, a line leak test.
RIT teams have placed no worse than second for the last seven years, in part by designing a vehicle that balances light weight, performance, and durability.
In related news, The Cahners Printing, Converting & Creative Group (New York) and RIT Research, a subsidiary of Rochester Institute of Technology, will produce an educational "summit conference" on e-commerce for the graphic communications industries in the spring of 2001.
The Trendsetter was donated to RIT as part of an initiative to increase digital prepress awareness and equipment utilization in technical facilities across North America.