SEAS in the News

5/14/20
WIVB-TV ran a story featuring Albert Titus, a professor of biomedical engineering who is leading a group at UB using computer software to control a 3D printer that is making masks unique to the facial contours of its individual wearer.
5/13/20
WIVB-TV ran a story featuring Albert Titus, a professor of biomedical engineering. Titus is leading a group at UB using computer software to control a 3D printer that is making masks unique to the facial contours of its individual wearer.
5/12/20
A story in Buffalo Rising profiled Buffalo Automation, a local company developing automated water taxis, or self-driving boats, mentions that the company’s leadership team first came together at UB.
5/6/20
WGRZ and WKBW report that a UB-led research team coordinated by Albert Titus, professor and chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering, has submitted a prototype 3D-printed and reusable N95-like respirator for emergency approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
5/6/20
WHEC in Rochester interviewed Chunming Qiao, SUNY Distinguished Professor and chair of Computer Science and Engineering, about an app he’s the leading the development of to help with contact tracing for COVID-19.  
5/6/20
Albert Titus, professor and chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering, is quoted in a story on Supply Chain Dive about how wearable technologies could be used to keep workers at safe distances and monitor their health as factories and warehouses reopen.