RIT Receives Close to $2 Million from NSF
Tuesday, December 1, 2015
Source: Rochester Business Journal
Rochester Institute of Technology has received nearly $2 million in partnership with Raytheon Vision Systems to develop infrared detectors grown on silicon wafers for ground-based astronomy, university officials said Monday. The technology also could have applications for use in homeland security, remote sensing and biomedical imaging.
The National Science Foundation awarded the second-phase funding for the Center for Detectors at RIT.