In the Media

Public news media mentioning the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University at Buffalo.

8/10/18
A story on WKBW-TV reports on Olli, a self-driving bus being tested at UB, and interviews Chunming Qiao, professor and chair of computer science and engineering.
7/27/18
WIVB-TV reports that UB computer scientists have been teaching Buffalo Public Schools students this summer about the basics of computer science, including how to build and program their own smartphone and quotes Oliver Kennedy, assistant professor of computer science and engineering.
7/23/18
Business First reports that two start ups from UB’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences have been named semifinalists in the 43North business competition.
7/19/18
An article in Wired about new technology that enables drones to self-organize into a coherent swarm, flying in synchrony without colliding and without a central control unit telling them what to do interviews Karthik Dantu, assistant professor of computer science and engineering, and an expert in multi-robot coordination.
7/11/18
An article on ThomasNet News reports on research by Nils Napp, assistant professor of computer science and engineering, to develop autonomous robots that can overcome uneven terrain and other obstacles and are based on beavers, termites and other animals that build structures in response to simple environmental cues.
7/3/18
A story on WKBW-TV interviews Nils Napp, assistant professor of computer science and engineering, about his research to develop autonomous robots that can overcome uneven terrain and other obstacles and are based on animals that build structures in response to environmental cues.
6/29/18
An article in New Atlas reports on research by Nils Napp, assistant professor of computer science and engineering, to develop autonomous robots that can overcome uneven terrain and other obstacles and are based on beavers, termites and other animals that build structures in response to simple environmental cues.
6/28/18
An article on Futurity reports on research by Nils Napp, assistant professor of computer science and engineering, to develop autonomous robots that can overcome uneven terrain and other obstacles and are based on beavers, termites and other animals that build structures in response to simple environmental cues.