SEAS in the News

2/4/19
An article on Turkey’s Interesting Engineering reports on a study by James Chen, assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, the findings of which could one day help technology companies create more sustainable, and longer lasting, power sources for small electronic devices.
2/4/19
An article on Industry Newswire reports on research by Jun Zhuang, associate professor in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, that suggests that most social media users actually play an active role in spreading rumors and misinformation on social media.
1/30/19
An article in UK-based magazine New Electronics reports on research by James Chen, assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, that suggests that static electricity could be used to power electronics.
1/29/19
EurekAlerts reports on a study by James Chen, assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, the findings of which could one day help technology companies create more sustainable, and longer lasting, power sources for small electronic devices.
1/29/19
A story in Science & Technology Research News reports on a forthcoming paper about a new type of sensor that could lead to artificial skin that could help burn victims “feel.”
1/29/19
An article on EHS Today about safety technology in the workplace mentions a UB study that pointed to the benefits of using wearable devices in the workplace to monitor employees’ fatigue levels and quotes Lora Cavuoto, associate professor of industrial and systems engineering.