Recognitions

6/14/16
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Dimitrios Koutsonikolas for winning another NSF grant. The award is an NSF CRI  award for Dr. Koutsonikolas's proposal titled "II-New: X60: A Cross-Layer Reconfigurable Multi-Gigabit WLAN Testbed at 60 GHz". Koutsonikolas is PI; EE faculty Josep Jornet, Dimitris Pados, and Zhi Sun are Co-PIS. The total amount of the award is $630K for 1.5 years, with 50% credit going to each of CSE and EE.
6/13/16
CSE has two papers accepted at MobiCom 2016, the industry-leading international conference on mobile computing and networking.
6/13/16
Chen, Errington, Meng recognized for Excellence in Scholarship and Creative Activities; Schifferle recognized for Excellence in Adjunct Teaching
5/9/16

Five UB grad students' design for a custom-fit shoe earned the top spot in the international competition in Singapore.

4/26/16
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Marco Gaboardi for winning his first NSF grant. The award is for Dr. Gaboardi's project titled, "TWC: Large: Collaborative: Computing Over Distributed Sensitive Data", a joint collaboration with Harvard University. The award is expected to total $527,867 over four years.
4/25/16
CSE will present four papers at the 33rd International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML 2016)  in NYC in June. The ICML program committee accepted only 322 of 1,327 submissions.
4/7/16
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Lu Su for winning his first NSF grant. The award is an NSF CRII award for Dr. Su's project titled, "CRII: NeTS: Building Quality-of-Information Aware Distributed Sensing Systems". The award is expected to total $175,000.
4/6/16
ACM SIGMOD/PODS awarded its 2016 Best Paper Award to "FAQ: Questions Asked Frequently', written by Professor Hung Ngo, Associate Professor Atri Rudra, and Mahmoud Abo Khamis (PhD '16).
3/9/16
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Shi Li for winning his first NSF grant. The award is an NSF CRII award for Dr. Li's project titled, "CRII: AF: On Designing Approximation Algorithms Based on Round-or-Cut Paradigm". The award is expected to total $174,990.