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Advancing human-computer interaction

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Exploiting 'Twisted Light'

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Lasers Make Metal Water-Repellent

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Better Tissue Healing with Disappearing Hydrogels

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Researchers Optically Levitate Nanoscale Diamond

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Moving Ideas Forward

Center for Emerging & Innovative Sciences

Bringing together companies and university researchers who have areas of common interest—and encourage them to collaborate.

Center for Medical Technology and Innovation

Providing a collaborative environment to unite the talents and resources of the Hajim School and the School of Medicine & Dentistry with industry partners.

Technology Development Fund

In an effort to bring University of Rochester’s world-class research to life, UR Ventures has created the Technology Development Fund (TDF).

Office of Technology Transfer

The mission of this office is to develop UR innovations into valuable products and services to make the world ever better.

Center for Entrepreneurship

The Center for Entrepreneurship serves to identify and create new partnerships with students, alumni, local businesses, and non-profit organizations.

Did you know?

The Hajim School has 91 tenure-track faculty. That includes: 49 professors, 19 associate professors, and 23 assistant professors


VIDEO HIGHLIGHT

The Art and Science of Singing Vowels

Voice students who want to perfect how they sing their vowels could get help from a new simple, free application developed by a group of University of Rochester students who developed it as part of their Human-Computer Interaction computer science class.

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89.2
Million

Hajim School research expenditures in FY 2015 were $89,290,595;
that's $970K per faculty member.

A Message from the Dean

Engineering is key to solving some of our most difficult societal problems and to developing innovations that will transform society in the years to come.  Our faculty and students are engaged in both disciplinary and interdisciplinary research that will have lasting impacts. Engineering has relevance to the arts, medicine, social sciences, natural sciences, business and education, and these disciplines have relevance to engineering; hence, as dean, one of my goals will be to help find these connections and foster collaborations that will lead to innovative research and educational initiatives. I hope to lead the Hajim School to increased prominence in research and education, to develop interdisciplinary collaborations across the University of Rochester and beyond, and to cultivate in our current and future students the passion to change the world.

Wendi Heinzelman


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