Kristina Monakhova, a junior electrical engineering major, has another accomplishment to add to her list.


Ph.D. students George Sklivanitis and Emrecan Demirors are the winners of the  "2014 Nutaq Software-Defined Radio Academic US National Contest."


Four School of Engineering & Applied Sciences Scholars named SUNY Chancellors Award for Student Excellence Winners

On May 15, middle schoolers at the Kadimah School presented their robots to the class, parents, principal as well as the UB students and club advisors.

Team led by CSEE PhD student Hosein Kerdar Wins Panasci Technology Entrepreneurship Competition


From Buffalo, they will use game controllers, cameras and the Internet to guide the robot’s movements in Houston. 


Three UB engineering sophomores share their views and win "Best Paper" at IEEE conference

UB's American Society of Civil Engineers (UB-ASCE) student chapter steel bridge team took home 10 place overall in 2014 National Student Steel Bridge Competition, earning UB its best result in the national competition to date.

The new Conjugate Unscented Transform (CUT) method reduces the time needed to simulate natural disasters, which could help predict space collisions, where volcanic ash spreads and more.


Members UB’s American Society of Civil Engineers (UB-ASCE) student chapter earned third place overall in the 2014 ASCE Upstate New York Regional Student Conference.


UB’s team placed 23 overall out of 80 teams at the AIAA/Cessna/Raytheon Missile Systems Student Design/Build/Fly international competition.

The IEEE Student Chapter placed second of 11 teams in the MicroMouse competition, which was one of the events at this year’s IEEE Region 1 Student Conference.  

About 70 college students descended on Davis Hall over the weekend of April 5-6, to compete in UB Hacking 2014, a 24-hour competition to see who could complete the best hacks.


The Society of Automotive Engineer’s student chapter placed second overall in the 2014 Clean Snowmobile Challenge among 14 universities and colleges.


Kristina Monakhova took second place in the 2013 MathWorks Simulink Student Challenge for her video, "Development of Arm Controller for Robotic Satellite Servicing."


UB’s team placed 23 overall out of 80 teams at the AIAA/Cessna/Raytheon Missile