Multidisciplinary teams collaborate in centers and specially
funded initiatives (referred to at UB as E Fund initiatives) to address important
social needs like health care, personal security and recovery from
A new interdisciplinary graduate degree and certificate program in Computational and Data-enabled Science and Engineering (CDSE) and supporting research center will train scientists and engineering to lead in these disciplines.
Home health and wellness is essential for reducing health care
costs, creating lifestyle choices that improve individual health,
and supporting independence for aging or functionally limited
The Institute of Bridge Engineering (IBE) is educating new and
mid-career individuals in emerging aspects of bridge engineering
and conducting research that can advance the state-of-the-practice
in the design and retrofit of bridges.
MCEER is dedicated to the discovery and development of new knowledge, tools and technologies that equip communities to become more disaster resilient in the face of earthquakes and other extreme events.
The Center for Industrial Effectiveness (TCIE), an elite
university extension program, connects the business community with
expert resources of the University at Buffalo’s School of
Engineering and Applied Sciences.
Transportation Informatics (TransInfo) mines the wealth of data
by employing a wide variety of methods, tools and models,
including methods from Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine
Learning, Statistics, and Database Systems.
In a continuing effort to promote interdisciplinary research,
and foster relationships with government and industry to grow the
Western New York economy, the University at Buffalo is making some
of the region’s most advanced science and engineering
equipment, and cutting edge research facilities, available for
Michel Bruneau, a professor in the Department of Civil,
Structural and Environmental Engineering, was honored along with
his co-authors with the 2017 Moisseiff Award from the American
Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).