In the Media

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

8/22/17

SEAS faculty members Albert Titus, Shambhu Upadhyaya and Wenyao Xu are among the advisors and mentors for a local startup that is working to develop a universal pet microchip scanner.

7/20/17
Scientific American reported on a story by Kui Ren, professor of computer science and engineering, about the limitations of using voice-based authentication to secure a smartphone and research he is conducting to overcome those limitations.
7/20/17
CBS News reported on a story by Kui Ren, professor of computer science and engineering, about the limitations of using voice-based authentication to secure a smartphone and research he is conducting to overcome those limitations.
7/19/17
An article in The Conversation by Kui Ren, professor of computer science and engineering in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, about the limitations of using voice-based authentication to secure a smartphone looks at research he is conducting to overcome those limitations.
7/19/17
An article on Business Standard reports the Indian Institute of Technology in Kanpur has signed a memorandum of understanding with UB to promote joint research in cybersecurity and environment-related issues. The article appeared in news outlets throughout India.
7/13/17
An article on PhysOrg reports UB has received a $584,469 grant from the National Science Foundation to create a tool designed to work with the existing computing infrastructure to boost data transfer speeds by more than 10 times, and quotes Tevfik Kosar, associate professor of computer science.
6/21/17
Spectrum News reported on autonomous vehicle testing at UB’s North Campus on Tuesday. The report included commentary from New York Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul and Chunming Qiao, SUNY Distinguished Professor and chair of UB's computer science and engineering department.
6/12/17
An article on  Inverse, an online magazine geared to young millennial men, reports that a team of UB engineers has created an app that stops voice hacking of voice-based smartphone apps, and quotes Kui Ren, professor of computer science and engineering and director of the Ubiquitous Security and Privacy Research Lab.