Ethics in curriculum will be a requirement as opposed to an afterthought, organizers say.

“We started off with just an idea. We didn’t have a product, and we didn’t even know if this was possible to finish.” So says Anish Ajay Kirtane, a graduate student in the Department of Civil Structural and Environmental Engineering, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

Membranes that separate carbon dioxide from other emissions could help slow the pace of climate change.


One of five jobs in Western New York are in industries with ties to clean energy, yet 54% of workers in clean energy industries are aged 45 or older.


Mechanical and aerospace engineering faculty member Aaron Estes has received the Vanderhoef Faculty Award for making the extra effort to coach, mentor, and provide support for students.

The UB American Sociaty of Civil Engineering (ASCE) student club's steel bridge team earned fourth place overall at the National Student Steel Bridge Competition, and received second place honors for construction speed.

Deepfakes pose a disinformation threat capable of disrupting the 2020 election, Doermann says.

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SEAS students earn second place at the TYESA UAV competition

Two teams of mechanical and aerospace engineering freshmen and sophomores participated in the SUNY TYESA (SUNY Two Year Engineering Science Association) Mini Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Statewide competition, held May 3, 2019 at Monroe Community College. The teams each created a drone, or UAV, that met the specific challenge of delivering supplies to a location where human access or navigation is challenging or dangerous. Team B earned second place. The teams were put together through the SEAS Engineering Intramurals program and the advisors/project managers were Naveen Ramesh (Team A) and Amit Ramnikbhai Mathukiya (Team B), both graduate students in electrical engineering.

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Voice authentication. Electronics recycling. The fourth industrial revolution. These are some of the topics SEAS faculty and researchers have written about for The Conversation, an independent source of news and views from the academic and research community, delivered direct to the public.

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Learn how UB engineers and applied scientists are providing game-changing solutions for many of health care’s intractable challenges. 


SEAS marks completion of the nation’s first comprehensive specialization on digital manufacturing for the Coursera online learning platform.


Graduate engineering students' pro bono analytics makes a difference for Meals on Wheels.

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