Student News

The 2018 School of Engineering and Applied Sciences commencement ceremonies celebrated degrees conferred on several hundred students representing over forty different majors and areas of concentration — men and women of different backgrounds and ambitions from all around Western New York, the country, and the world.
Two aspiring computer engineers, sophomores Daniel Delannes-Molka and Shanelle Ileto, are taking advantage of the SEAS Reverse Engineering Lab to get ahead in their field.

Gnam was chosen for his academic performance and because his research, which involves implementing “a computationally efficient and robust attitude determination and control system for the LinkSat spacecraft,” closely aligns with that of NASA’s.

The UB American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE) student club earned 12 place overall at the National Student Steel Bridge Competition.

Seamus Lombardo, who graduated this May with a degree in aerospace engineering from the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, is heading to MIT this summer to begin his master’s degree. Earlier this year, he was named one of Aviation Week’s 20 Twenties for 2018, an award presented by the Aviation Week Network and the AIAA.

Buffalo Business First featured Panasci winners and eLab participants Ryan Jaquin and Shane Nolan, both 2018 UB graduates with MBA/engineering degrees. The story describes their startup, Bitcrusher, a guitar-tech company with a device that attaches to the body of a guitar, taking in the vibrations of strings through a traditional “pickup.”