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The CCRG includes faculty, postdoctoral researchers, and students across several several departments and colleges at RIT, as well as affiliate researchers, external collaborators, and visiting scientists. The CCRG has many active externally funded projects and operates state-of-the-art laboratories in high-performance computation and visualization. Read more ...
|General Relativity turns 100; Astrophysicist Manuela Campanelli puts Einstein in context in AAAS talk (RIT news, February 16, 2015)|
|Workshop on Gas Dynamics around Binary Supermassive Black Holes (Workshop on NSF AST AST-1028087 and 10228111 Projects, June 22, 2014)|
|Female faculty ‘Lean In’ toward successful recognition of academic work (Connectivity session panel provides strategic, practical advice for advancing in academia, June 7, 2014)|
|Dance Me To The End Of Time and Space (Livescience, April 2, 2014)|
|Gravitational-wave research at RIT focuses on black holes and spectacular events (RIT News, March 20, 2014)|